EIPC to Hold Technical Snapshot Webinar on November 24November 18, 2021 | EIPC
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EIPC will be holding a live technical webinar featuring Daniel Schulze of Dyconex, Lars Böttcher of Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM, and Michael Schleicher of Semikron Elektronik GmbH.
To be held on November 24, 2021, the webinar will tackle advanced high-density packaging substrates for RF and miniaturization, high-density substrate technologies for fan-out and panel-level packaging, and disruptive approach in the design and tool chain of additively manufactured circuit boards.
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Siemens, TSMC Collaborate to Help Mutual Customers Optimize Designs Using Foundry's Newest Advancements09/29/2023 | Siemens
Siemens Digital Industries Software announced new certifications and collaborations with longtime partner TSMC, resulting in the successful qualification of multiple industry-leading Siemens EDA product lines for the foundry’s latest process technologies.
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. announced the availability of new system prototyping flows based on the Cadence® Integrity™ 3D-IC Platform that support the 3Dblox 2.0 standard.
TSMC announced the new 3Dblox 2.0 open standard and major achievements of its Open Innovation Platform (OIP) 3DFabric Alliance at the TSMC 2023 OIP Ecosystem Forum.
Keysight Technologies, Inc., Synopsys, Inc., and Ansys announced a new reference flow for the TSMC N4PRF, the world's leading semiconductor foundry's advanced 4 nanometer (nm) radio frequency (RF) FinFET process technology.
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