Chiplets have become the standard way to design very large chips at very small dimensions. They let designers partition a chip, reducing manufacturing costs, and then reassemble it with high-speed connections. They also let designers update parts of a chip or combine parts from different process steps. Designers can even buy chiplets as IP or from libraries or application stores. The Summit will help designers create top-performing chips for analytics, AI/ML, cybersecurity, and AR/VR. 

Key Points:

Chiplets make chips cheaper to manufacture.

Chiplets increase scalability and modularity. 

Chiplets can be a basic unit of IP or technology transfer.

Chiplets reduce design cost and complexity. 

Key Event Features:

Only event covering all aspects of chiplet-based chip design

Focus on providing value to chip designers rather than just basic information

Easily accessible Silicon Valley location