According to DoIT, the global semiconductor industry is keen to develop heterogeneous chip integration processes, but there is no effective solution to achieve the low volume, high mix manufacturing required. The Hi-CHIP alliance will provide a trial production platform to help relevant industry players accelerate time to market.
Dr Chih-I Wu, vice president and general manager of ITRI’s electronic and optoelectronic systems research laboratories and president of Hi-CHIP, pointed out that to meet the demand for integrating multiple chips on one A miniaturized package system that improves functionality, a chip-based approach can be adopted to solve problems such as heat dissipation and signal cascade while reducing costs. He stressed that multidimensional chip designs and integration of heterogeneous packages will be the key to the development of the semiconductor industry.
“With the support of DoIT, ITRI began early to develop advanced packaging technology as well as hardware and equipment upgrades for heterogeneous integration. The new alliance will provide an AIoT system application platform and one-stop-shop services, ”Dr Wu said. He notes that with the testing process and equipment in place, the industry will increase its capacity. production and will allow the localization of the supply chain. Hi-CHIP will also work with international alliances such as AITA and CHIPS to jointly promote the growth of the semiconductor industry.
Hi-CHIP members currently include semiconductor heavyweights in Taiwan. It is hoped that the alliance will partner with supply chain players to create custom orders and strengthen core process capabilities, thereby gaining a leading edge in the competitive market.
The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) is one of the world’s leading technological R&D institutions aimed at innovating for a better future for society. Founded in 1973, ITRI has played a pivotal role in transforming from Taiwan from labor-intensive industries to innovation-driven industries. To meet market needs and global trends, it has launched its technology strategy and 2030 roadmap and focuses on developing innovation in the areas of smart life, quality health and safety. sustainable environment. It also strives to strengthen Intelligentization Enabling Technology to support diverse applications.
Over the years, ITRI has dedicated itself to incubating startups and spin-offs, including well-known names like UMC and TSMC. In addition to its headquarters at Taiwan, ITRI has branches in the United States, Europe, and Japan with the aim of expanding its field of R&D and promoting international cooperation throughout the world. For more information, please visit https://www.itri.org/eng.
SOURCE Industrial Technology Research Institute