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My Substrate or Yours?

Fish Fry is getting down to bare metal. We’re talking the who, what, where, and how of multi-substrate technology and checking out why the tools of today may not be up to snuff for tomorrow’s 3D IC packaging. Also this week, we look at the challenges of 100G designs and investigate why Portland, Oregon was ranked the second nerdiest city in the United States.

I’ve got a Microchip TCHIP003 chipKIT™ Starter Pak – courtesy of Mouser and Microchip Technology to give away this week. You can enter to win one by posting a comment on this week’s Fish Fry page.

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