In today’s modern applications, interconnects are receiving more attention than ever as designs become smaller and more mobile. Simply put, interconnects are the travel paths of an integrated circuit, connecting elements of the circuit together and to other exterior components, such as batteries or electric switches. Metal layers of interconnects vary in numbers and sizes, depending on the complexity of the device. They can mate with other products via soldering or non-soldering joints.
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