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Advanced system design concepts facilitating silicon based VLSI chip packaging and interconnection techniques

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4 Author(s)
Blum, A. ; IBM Syst. Product Div., Boeblingen, West Germany ; Briska, M. ; Najmann, K. ; Schmidt, M.

Potentially, the silicon-based VLSI chip packaging and interconnection technology (hybrid wafer-scale integration, HWSI) provides for several thousand high-speed interconnections between individual VLSI chips, allowing an electrically homogeneous chip-boundary-transparent clustering of a tremendous amount of digital circuitry. Therefore, the abstract-structured logic-design methodology can also be efficiently used for more complex system structures, such as an entire central electronic complex of a supermini-computer, which may comprise a multitude of VLSI chips executing heterogeneous system functions. A brief introduction to an abstract-structured digital design utilizing increased intercommunication resources between functional logic modules is given, along with a description of several potential realization concepts of the silicon-based VLSI chip-interconnection technology, which provides an extraordinarily high pin count. In addition, the key aspects of the technology are outlined, and their potential use in system-level design is illustrated by several intercommunication-intensive implementation examples

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CompEuro '89., 'VLSI and Computer Peripherals. VLSI and Microelectronic Applications in Intelligent Peripherals and their Interconnection Networks', Proceedings.

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8-12 May 1989

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