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Analyzing chips -- or packages, as they're called inDeconstructing processors like the trade -- A4 usually happens behind the closed doors by of only a handful of companies around companies. These global reverse engineering firms are the globe. They exist as an investigative body for arm of the electronics in today's marketplace, a sort of a gumshoe gumshoes for anyone who's people interested in finding out the exact composition of a package. who is making what circuitry, and what process they're using to do it. They're the ones who delve deep into a processor, processors, audio controller, or anything one would like analyzed, controllers, and figure every other part you'd find inside a cell phone or iPad, figuring out layer by layer the exact composition of a each package. [ … ] with one of the best companies company in the semiconductor reverse engineering trade, [link|http://www.chipworks.com|Chipworks], to bring you a closer look at both the industry how semiconductor teardowns are conducted, as well as a peak ''inside'' the all-new iPad's major packages. They're chips. The engineers at Chipworks are a wonderful bunch of people who are just as interested in today's electronics as iFixit, and we feel that their are. [ ] Their analysis of the iPad's packages will give you a better understanding of how the new gizmo tablet really works -- on works—on an almost-molecular almost molecular level.
Analyzing chips -- or packages, as they're called inDeconstructing processors like the trade -- A4 usually happens behind the closed doors by of only a handful of companies around companies. These global reverse engineering firms are the globe. They exist as an investigative body for arm of the electronics in today's marketplace, a sort of a gumshoe gumshoes for anyone who's people interested in finding out the exact composition of a package. who is making what circuitry, and what process they're using to do it. They're the ones who delve deep into a processor, processors, audio controller, or anything one would like analyzed, controllers, and figure every other part you'd find inside a cell phone or iPad, figuring out layer by layer the exact composition of a each package. [ … ] with one of the best companies company in the semiconductor reverse engineering trade, [link|http://www.chipworks.com|Chipworks], to bring you a closer look at both the industry how semiconductor teardowns are conducted, as well as a peak ''inside'' the all-new iPad's major packages. They're chips. The engineers at Chipworks are a wonderful bunch of people who are just as interested in today's electronics as iFixit, and we feel that their are. [ ] Their analysis of the iPad's packages will give you a better understanding of how the new gizmo tablet really works -- on works—on an almost-molecular almost molecular level.
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