Chiplet-based Architectures

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Posted on June 15, 2022 | Completed on September 14, 2021 | By: Philip Payne

What are the latest advances and applications of newer microelectronics architectures and applications in industry, DoD, and academia with specific focus on Chiplet-based architectures?

A chiplet is an integrated circuit block that has been specifically designed to work with other similar chiplets to form larger more complex chips. In such chips, a system is subdivided into functional circuit blocks, called “chiplets.”  CSIAC analysts performed research through the DTIC R&E Gateway and forwarded relevant white papers to the inquirer.  In addition, CSIAC leveraged our network of subject matter experts (SMEs) with experience in the field. CSIAC reached out to these SMEs and requested relevant information.  A SME produced slide presentation was sent to the inquirer as well.

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