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ISS 2022: Semiconductor Industry Market Outlook and Prospects for Reaching $1 Trillion by 2030

Speaking to nearly 300 executives gathered at the Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) 2022 in early April, Inna Skvortsova, Market Analyst on the Market Intelligence Team at SEMI, presented upbeat industry forecasts for 2022 and beyond.

Surging Chip Demand, Digital Transformation and COVID-19 – Insights from Wells Fargo

U.S. consumers are flush with cash, the American economy is hurtling back from the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the semiconductor industry is flying high on skyrocketing chip demand, with chip equities soaring since the initial outbreak in early 2020 as virus outbreaks worldwide...

Leading in COVID-19 Exit – Insights from McKinsey & Company

The United States leads the world in COVID-19 vaccine availability and is on pace to amass the supply necessary to inoculate its full population by July, while the European Union is tracing a path to acquiring enough vaccine to inoculate 70% of its residents by that time as more countries pursue...

Bioelectronics Medicine Promises New, Less Invasive Treatments for Neurological Disorders

Electronics innovation is inching tantalizingly closer to the day when treating neurological disorders such as epilepsy and migraine could be as easy and convenient as dropping into a medical clinic for a minor medical procedure – brain surgery. What today is highly invasive surgery promises to be...

Promoting Diversity in Tech – Bringing Awareness to Unconscious Bias

In the span of a mere second, the human brain processes 11 million bits of information. That’s a lot of brain-racking. Or is it? The fact is a microscopic fraction of that volume – 40 bits – courses through our brain consciously. The vast majority of the information is processed under the radar of...

COVID-19: The Way Forward – Insights from McKinsey & Company

In much of post-lockdown China, urban life is humming. The streets of Beijing and Shanghai are bustling with traffic, smog again shrouds city skylines with the resurgence of economic activity, property sales are bouncing back and a revival in consumer confidence is taking hold. Emerging from...

COVID-19: Economic and Microelectronics Industry Impacts – Insights from McKinsey & Company

For five days in the latter half of March, the pall of the heavy human and economic toll COVID-19 has exacted in China appeared to be lifting. The epicenter of Wuhan reported no new coronavirus infections through domestic transmission. And in an initial step to loosen its nationwide lockdown, China...

Gender Parity in the Workplace – Insights from 2019 McKinsey & Company Report

As technology companies worldwide struggle to narrow the yawning gender parity gap, organizations in other industries ranging from insurance and food services to banking have emerged as guiding lights for how to boost the number of women in the workplace. MetLife, the 48,000-employee insurance...

Breaking the Memory Wall: The AI Bottleneck

In the long unfolding arc of technology innovation, artificial intelligence (AI) looms immense. In its quest to mimic human behavior, the technology touches energy, agriculture, manufacturing, logistics, healthcare, construction, transportation and nearly every other imaginable industry – a...