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Trends in low-cost, high-performance substrate technology

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1 Author(s)
Carey, D.H. ; Microelectronics & Computer Technology Corp., Austin, TX, USA

The trends in high density interconnection (HDI) multichip module (MCM) techniques that have the potential to reduce interconnection cost and production time are described. The implementation in laminated dielectric (MCM-L) technology of a workstation processor core illustrates current substrate technology capabilities. The design, routing, layout and thermal management of the processor core are described. Thin-film deposited dielectric (MCM-D) technology is discussed as a cost-effective method for future interconnection applications.<>

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Micro, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 2 )