Archives March 2010 - 3D InCites

Looks like Elpida’s off and running

Did you hear the news about Elpida? »

Keeping up with 3D InCites

I woke up to some especially good news this morning. Yann Guillou of ST Ericsson has accepted our invitation to join the 3D InCites Advisory Board. »

Alchimer creates launch pad for industrialization

Launching a disruptive technology into an industry that is set in their ways is not a job for sissies. But Alchimer’s CEO, Steve Lerner, is clearly a man of action. »

Growing Up with MEMS

When will I learn that skirts and clean room tours don’t mix? And I always seem to be visiting EVG’s facilities when these situations arise. Yesterday at their Open House in Tempe, it wasn’t a clean room suit incident.  It was the waffle floors with upward ventilation that almost caught me in a full blown Marilyn Monroe moment….but thankfully I caught it in time! This particular occasion »

3D Panel tackles the TSV test conundrum….and some other things

Whether you’re a believer or a skeptic, there’s no arguing that discussions on 3D continue to draw a crowd. For the second year running, the room was bursting at the seams at the IMAPS Device Packaging Conference 3D Panel discussion. Literally. They even took down the wall to expand the room. »

European PRO3D Consortium to Focus on Programming 3D Manycore Architectures

CEA-Leti, coordinator of PRO3D, a European consortium created to program future 3D manycore architectures, announced they've assembled six partners  to focus on developing holistic system-design methodology spanning software, architecture and 3D integration. »

Making the most of your 3D InCites membership

I’ve noticed that some of our members are taking advantage of their profile pages on 3D InCites. This is a good thing, because it means you’re realizing that being part of a community is about much more than reading what we post here. Did you know members can build networks on 3D InCites by inviting other members to join their network? »

SPTS starts on high: Q4 2009 Orders up

SPP Process Technology Systems Ltd. (SPTS), a subsidiary of Sumitomo Precision Products Co., Ltd. (SPP), announced bookings of nearly $35 million during the fourth quarter of 2009 from the entities acquired last year from Aviza, Inc. »