San Jose, CA (PRWEB) March 21, 2012
MonolithIC 3D Inc., a Silicon Valley start-up specializing in practical monolithic 3D IC technology, announced today that the company’s website has reached more than 2,000 visits in a single week. Starting from an average of 300 visits in March, 2011, the site has now captured the attention of some of the biggest semiconductor industry players. Most of the website visits have been to study the technology information as well as read the company’s blog page. The site provides detailed presentation and brochures to the multiple monolithic 3D technologies invented by the company. The Blog Page has been offering people from all over the world additional insights into the technology and the possibility to interact with the inventors. Over the past year some of the company’s blog posts have been spread over the internet by industry’s online publication such as EE Times, Design & Reuse, Electronic News, Chip Design Magazine, and EDA360 Insider.
Recent activity and media coverage have brought the company into the spotlight. Most notable in 2012 is the invited paper at the “IEEE 3DIC Conference”. Recent history reveals that there is an increasing level of interest in monolithic technology for 3D ICs and MonolithIC 3D Inc. is now part of it.
“Monolithic 3D ICs are now possible offering 10,000x higher vertical connectivity than TSVs,” said Zvi Or-Bach, President and CEO of the company. “Our patented methods and devices use crystalline silicon that can be formed above copper wiring, which can be useful for making 3D logic, memory, and electro-optic functions, enabling new class of products and a very attractive alternative to dimension scaling”. Access the company’s webpage to read more about the breakthrough technology, please read here.
About MonolithIC 3D Inc.
MonolithIC 3D Inc. is an IP company dedicated to innovation in semiconductor design and fabrication. It invented and developed a practical path to the monolithic 3D Integrated Circuit, which includes multiple derivatives for Logic, Memory and Electro Optic devices. The company was selected as a finalist of the Best of West 2011, which recognizes the most important product and technology developments at Semicon West.