Intel. has filed a patent for electronic packages and fabrication methods. The package includes an interposer with a cavity holding a nested component, connected to a die with interconnects. The claim details a package with mold layers, a bridge, passive components, dies, redistribution layers, and a second mold layer. GlobalData’s report on Intel gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Electronic package with bridge, dies, and passive components

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: Intel Corp

A recently filed patent (Publication Number: US20240038687A1) describes an electronics package that includes a first mold layer with a bridge embedded in it, featuring through component vias. The package also contains a passive component, such as a capacitor, inductor, or resistor, laterally spaced apart from the bridge. Two dies are positioned over different portions of the bridge, with a redistribution layer between the bridge and each die. A second mold layer is located between the two dies, providing a comprehensive structure for electronic components to be housed securely.

Additionally, the patent outlines a method for fabricating such an electronics package, involving embedding a bridge in a mold layer, positioning a passive component laterally from the bridge, and placing two dies over different portions of the bridge. The method includes forming redistribution layers between the bridge and each die, as well as a second mold layer between the dies. This innovative approach to electronics packaging aims to enhance the efficiency and reliability of electronic devices by providing a structured and secure environment for components, ensuring optimal performance and longevity.

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