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To: neolib who wrote (30712)6/14/2019 11:39:24 PM
From: combjellyRead Replies (2) of 33368
 
in principle, yes. I don't know what the software stack is, nor what the workflow through the tooling is like. In general, I suspect it is somewhere between a 10 layer PCB and those multilayer ceramic modules the military at least used to use all the time. It isn't like I can fire up Kicad with a plugin for these things...

I doubt if it is cost-effective to do, say 12 units unless it is for a military contract. You probably don't need a volume of millions of units a year for it to make sense. Does it make sense for a thousand units? Ten thousand? For those numbers, that opens a lot of possibilities. And could spell the end of the traditional merchant chip model for servers. Especially if other companies can use Infinity Fabric for their own designs.
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