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exploring the latest advancements in packaging technology for high-performance computing and interconnection
This Summit is a conference dedicated to exploring the latest advancements in packaging technology for high-performance computing (HPC) and interconnection.
It brings together leading experts, researchers, and industry professionals to share their insights and experiences on advanced packaging solutions that enable high-density, high-bandwidth, and low-latency interconnects for HPC systems.
Topics covered at the summit include 3D packaging, hybrid bonding, LAB(Laser Assisted Bonding), heterogeneous integration, supply chain management, and more.
Yole Group will be part of the speaker with:
Technology and Market Analyst – Packaging and Assembly
Yole Intelligence part of Yole Group
Session 1: High-Performance Computing
10:30am: Status of High-End Performance Packaging (2.5D & 3D) – Technology and Market Trends
As front-end node becomes smaller, design cost is becoming more and more important. High-end performance packaging with its 2.5D & 3D solutions has become critical and effective in helping to reduce the impact of the cost related to front-end manufacturing while at the same time it helps to enhance system performance and present lower latency, increased bandwidth, and power efficiency. On top of that this is the back-end solution required for sustaining chiplet and heterogeneous integration.
Considering Yole’s definition, High-end Performance Packaging platforms are UHD fan-out, mold Interposer, embedded Si bridges, Si interposers, 3D stack memory, and 3DSoC.
High-end performance Packaging market is expected to be the fastest growing advanced packaging platform projected to reach over $16B by 2028 up from $2.21B in 2022, with a CAGR2022-2028 of 40%. That will represent more than 20% of Advanced Packaging revenue in 5 years.
Electronic components with dies being integrated in high-end packages will experience an increased implementation in end-system units of high-performance computing, cloud computing, networking, artificial intelligence, autonomous driving, personal computing, and gaming.
Foundries and IDMs are leaders for 2.5D & 3D packaging solutions as those players benefit from front-end capacities and big resources. But OSATs are following this trend as well, offering innovative solutions or being part of the supply chain for final packaging and test.
Hybrid bonding with wafer to wafer and die to wafer approaches is the hot topic related to technology breakthrough as it allows to achieve 10μm fine pitch and less. This enables denser 3D IC stacking of logic or memory dies, the interconnection of partitioned SoC dies and heterogeneously integrated packages.
What is Yole’s definition for advanced packaging and for high-end performance packaging? How is the market forecast expected to evolve? What is the most suitable technology for the coming years? What are the driving markets, and which will be the killer application? Which players will lead the battle? From technology to market, an overview of innovations, applications, players & markets will be shared and debated to shed light on these questions and on 2.5D and 3D packaging impact on industry.
Technology & Market Analyst, Semiconductor Packaging
Stefan Chitoraga is Technology & Market Analyst, Semiconductor Packaging at Yole Group.
Within the Manufacturing & Global Supply Chain activities at Yole Group, Stefan is focused on advanced packaging platforms and processes, substrates, and PCBs. He is involved daily in the production of technology & market products and custom consulting projects.
Prior to Yole Group, Stefan served as a package design engineer at Teledyne E2V for 4 years, where he oversaw the ceramic package and glass lid development for image sensors, developing mechanical design, routing, electrical and thermal simulations. Furthermore, he spent 2 years at STMicroelectronics where he developed a new IC Substrate design, for organic package for SerDes applications.
Stefan holds a Bachelor’s in electronics and computer science for industry applications from the Polytech Grenoble (France).