Title: System I/O Optimization with SoC, SiP, PCB Co-Design
Presenter: Lance Wang
Abstract: The increasing complexity of system on chips (SoCs) combined with a new generation of designs that combine multiple chips in a single package is creating new challenges in the design of packages, printed circuit boards (PCBs) and integrated circuits (ICs). The process typically involves three independent design processes – chip, package, and PCB – carried out with point tools whose interface requires time-consuming manual processes that are error-prone and limit the potential for reuse. This challenge is being addressed by a new integrated 3D chip/package/board co-design environment that makes it possible to holistically optimize the package, board and IC design to a greater degree than was possible in the past by considering the system-level impact of each design decision. The new co-design approach enables designers to optimize routability via pin assignment and I/O placement to achieve minimum layer counts between chip, package, and board. The end result is higher performance.
Each year, IWLPC sets the stage in the heart of Silicon Valley, providing attendees with the opportunity to network and attend presentations by industry experts. IWLPC is a highly regarded technical conference that covers leading-edge advancements in wafer-level packaging.
With this year’s theme, “Driving an Interconnected World,” the program tracks comprised WLP/FOWLP, 2.5D/3D, and Advanced Manufacturing and Test.
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Please join us for Customer Appreciation Days on October 23rd and 24th!
Experience hands-on demonstrations and informational seminars on the very latest in:
• Automated Wire Processing Equipment and Processes
• Application Tooling
• Design Software and Development Tools
and get a sneak peek at what’s next for 2020!
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019 Thursday, October 24th, 2019 8:30am – 4:00pm 1100 East Corporate Grove Drive, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089-4507
Topic: Best Practices for RF and Mixed Technology PCB Design
The successful design of modern, complex mixed-technology PCBs is an ever-evolving task. As technologies change, techniques employed by designers must evolve accordingly. The aim of this session is to show how designs can be done as correctly as possible on the first attempt. Doing so has been repeatedly found to yield good results from simulations and testing, with minimal design modification required. Regards of the mathematics and simulations that may be employed, strict adherence to best practices is most likely to make the board “just work”.
Speaker: Scott Nance, Director of PCB Layout, Optimum Design Associates
Scott is a veteran designer with over 30 years of experience and a breadth of knowledge in all aspects of PCB design. Scott came to Optimum in 2005, and has created multiple boards utilized for NASA and the military. Scott has also used his talents as a designer to create PCBs for audio, aviation, and consumer electronics industries. In 2013, Scott represented Optimum as a featured speaker at PCB West 2013, one of the industry’s largest tradeshows and authored the article, “A Whole Lot of Switchin Goin On”..
Lunch served 11:30 – 11:40
Misc. Business 11:40 – 11:50
Host’s Highlights 11:50 – 12:00
Sponsor’s Spotlight 12:00 – 12:15
Presentation 12:15 – 1:00
Q & A discussion 1:00 – 1:15
Wrap-Up 1:15 – 1:30