Advancement in 2.5D and 3D Semiconductor Packaging Technologies

Semiconductor packaging has progressed from 1D PCB levels to cutting-edge 3D hybrid bonding at the wafer level, achieving single micronmeter level interconnecting pitches and over 1000 GB/s bandwidth. Key parameters include Power, Performance, Area, and Cost. Power efficiency improves through innovative packaging, while Performance benefits from shortened interconnection pitches. Area requirements vary for high-performance chips and 3D integration's smaller z-form factor. Cost reduction involves material alternatives and enhanced manufacturing efficiency. In 2.5D, interposers include Si-based, organic-based, and glass-based options. In 3D, microbump technology evolves for smaller pitches, with the current single-digit micronmeter pitch achieved through hybrid bonding, a groundbreaking Cu-Cu connection method.
 
In this webinar recording, Senior Technology Analyst Dr. Yu-Han Chang presents IDTechEx's latest research findings for the advanced semiconductor packaging industry, which will include research from IDTechEx's new market research report: "Advanced Semiconductor Packaging 2024-2034: Forecasts, Technologies, Applications".
 
This webinar reveals insights into 2.5D and 3D advanced semiconductor packaging technologies. The content includes:
  • 2.5D advanced semiconductor packaging technologies: current status, existing barriers, future development trend, target markets, player analysis
  • 3D advanced semiconductor packaging technologies: current status, existing barriers, future development trend, target markets, player analysis
  • Market outlook for 2.5D and 3D packaging technologies