Phase 1 of the Wiring Density Project is complete. This phase consisted of conducting an industry survey on current wiring density, design rule capabilities and a projection of future requirements. The following presentation is a summary of the findings of the survey broken into 5 areas: impact of Si architecture, impact of package architecture, impact of substrate process capability, options for increased wiring density and a technology gap analysis.
- End-of-Project Webinar: Wiring Density for Organic Packaging Substrates (December 6, 2012) (this file is for iNEMI members only)
Meeting the wiring density needs of the next generation of packaging technology will require improvements in all areas of organic packaging substrates technology. iNEMI's Wiring Density for Organic Packaging Substrates Project surveyed the industry on current wiring density, design rule capabilities and future requirements. Their goal was to get industry feedback on which substrate design features should be included in a roadmap to accurately represent future wiring density needs from the perspective of material set, low-cost lithography/laser, plating, and inspection and test.
- Survey Result Summary: Wiring Density for Organic Packaging Substrates (April 2013) (this file is open to the public)
- Data collected from this survey is available upon request to iNEMI member companies. Please contact Mark Schaffer (iNEMI) if you would like to receive a copy.
Statement of Work and Project Statement
- Statement of Work (Version 3.0, November 24, 2010)
- Project Statement (Version 3.0, November 24, 2010) (initial sign up ended January 21, 2011)
Challenges to Increasing Wiring Density for Organic Packaging Substrates, presented by Masahiro Tsuriya (iNEMI) at ICEP-IAAC 2012 (Tokyo, Japan; April 20, 2012)
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