wafer-scale integration

Definitions

Computing

  • noun
    (written as wafer scale integration)
    one large chip, the size of a wafer, made up of smaller integrated circuits connected together

Electronics

  • The use of whole uncut wafers as components, as opposed to fabricating a wafer, cutting apart the chips, and connecting them together again. Used, for instance, to create multiple processors that will be used together in parallel processing. Its abbreviation is WSI.
  • acronymWSI
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