System on a Chip,
SOC DEFINITION: A 3-D chip is an integrated circuit ( IC ) containing a three-dimensional array of interconnected devices performing digital, analog, image processing and neural-network functions, either individually or in combination.See an image of a thinned wafer used to create a 3-D chip3-D chip technology solves a number of issues that have been challenging chip manufacturers looking for performance increases
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