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MikeSantarini
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re: 2D vs. 2.5D vs. 3D ICs 101
MikeSantarini   4/9/2012 8:41:53 PM
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Great piece, Max. I think this is truly a fascinating technology that can certainly benefit by more tutorial information like you have provided. In fact, it seems that above and beyond how it differs from SiP and MCMs, a lot of folks seem to get 2.5D and 3D IC stacking confused with what was traditionally called finfet technology but has been recently rebranded seemingly be Intel as "tri-gate" or "multigate" transistor technology. This of course could get even more confusing if and when folks actually start doing 3D stacking with finfet based devices. Cheers, Mike

Max The Magnificent
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re: 2D vs. 2.5D vs. 3D ICs 101
Max The Magnificent   4/9/2012 7:40:20 PM
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Actually, thanks to you for taking the time to comment -- I spent a lot of my Sunday writing this, so it's really nice to know that someone took the time to read it (grin)

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re: 2D vs. 2.5D vs. 3D ICs 101
nicu_p   4/9/2012 6:31:54 PM
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Very good 101 on the subject, thanks!

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