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Enabling New Functionality In Medtech And Biotech Devices

Medtech and biotech devices are uniquely suited to benefit from emerging electronic capabilities – specifically, the kind of electronics design, packaging and assembly offerings that are Promex’s specialty. With that said, these markets present a variety of manufacturing challenges and demands that require heterogeneous integration (HI) to address. This two-part blog post provides a high... » read more

Heterogeneous Chip Assembly Helps Optimize Medical And Wearable Devices

Heterogeneous integration (HI) has significant implications for the medical, health, and wearables industry. At Promex, we utilize a variety of complex assembly processes to achieve HI for medical and biotech applications. This post will take a closer look at the processes associated with assembling these classes of devices. Figure 1 provides a high-level overview of our approach. Nearly eve... » read more

Heterogeneous Integration Device Assembly: Key To Enabling Additional Innovations

Heterogeneous integration (HI) improves device functionality by expanding the types of parts and physical configurations combined with silicon chips. Different parts add new functions – with minimal additional volume – thus increasing overall functionality per unit volume. By comparison, classic methods employed to build electronic products, e.g., circuit boards or metal boxes, increase pro... » read more