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As semiconductor companies seek ways to prolong Moore's Law, new advanced component packaging techniques are moving the boundaries between printed circuit fabrication and semiconductor fabrication.

In the past two years, we’ve covered the heterogenous integration roadmap (PCB007 Magazine, October 2020), and more recently, reported on the IPC Advanced Packaging Symposium held last October in Washington, D.C. This is a topic wherein printed circuit manufacturing and semiconductor manufacturing begin to converge. What will be the impact on the EMS industry?

In this issue, we open the discussion about how advanced packaging will change the structure of our industry.

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