Intel® products use an innovative Embedded Multi-Die Interconnect Bridge (EMIB) packaging technology for heterogeneous integration of analog, memory, CPU, ASIC chiplets alongside monolithic FPGA fabric.
Intel's FPGA system-in-package (SiP) technology is designed to deliver products that mix functionality and/or process nodes effectively within a single package. These new product classes will meet the system functionality requirements of today and those of the future, including:
- Higher Performance / Bandwidth
SiP integration with AIB and EMIB, enable the highest interconnect density between chiplets. This results in high bandwidth connectivity between the SiP components. In addition, user signals communicating to the external world use standard FCBGA traces, thereby improving signal and power integrity.
- Low Power
Companion chiplets are placed close to each other so the interconnect traces are very short. This enables a low power/bit.
- Small Form Factor
The ability to heterogeneously integrate components in a single package results in small form factors. This helps customers save valuable board space, reduce board layers, and decrease the bill of material (BOM) cost.
- Greater Flexibility, Scalability, and Ease of Use
SiP reduces routing complexity at the PCB level because the components are already in the package. In addition, SiP enhances the ability to incorporate different die geometries in silicon technologies. The net result is a highly flexible, scalable solution that is easy to use.
- Faster Time to Market
SiP enables faster time to market by being able to integrate already proven technology and reuse common devices or tiles across product variants. This saves valuable time and resources, thereby helping customers accelerate their time to market.