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When M&As and Venture Capital Become Key to Corporate Growth: Takeaways from SEMI Taiwan Executive Luncheon

With the emergence of consolidation as a potent engine of semiconductor industry growth, global mergers and acquisitions are sweeping the industry as companies look to accelerate advances across segments including data centers, AI, IoT and automotive chips.

Sweeping AI and Cybersecurity Laws Risk Disruptions to European Union Businesses

The SEMI European Machinery Directive Working Group, which consists of volunteers from SEMI member companies, is compiling member feedback on the Cyber Resilience Act legislation to ensure that the industry’s perspective is understood by EU legislators.

Navigating Generational Diversity at Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

SEMI spoke with Anja Maria Muesch and Dr. Philip Matthes at Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany about the challenges and opportunities of generational diversity in the electronics industry workforce.

Needham & Company Senior Analyst Charles Shi on EDA Powering Through Semiconductor Industry Cycles

Charles Shi, Principal, Senior Analyst, Needham & Company, LLC., recently offered an upbeat assessment of the electronic design automation (EDA), silicon intellectual property (IP) and services industries, or what SEMI refers to as the electronic system design (ESD) ecosystem.

Driving Europe’s Electronics Industry Resilience – Insights by Bosch

Jens Fabrowsky, executive VP of Automotive Electronics at Robert Bosch GmbH, spoke about changes in the European electronics industry necessary for the region to become more resilient, sharing his views during the panel discussion at SEMI ISS Europe on May 30 2022 in Brussels, Belgium.

Increasing Manufacturing Output: The Same Challenge in the Chip and Steel Industries

A steel mill and a 200mm semiconductor fab face a similar challenge: How to improve output, whether in Tons Per Year (TPY) or Wafer Starts Per Month (WSPM), while saddled with a capital equipment footprint that cannot be readily replaced or easily expanded.

Smart Manufacturing: Experts Weigh in on Talent Shortage and Solutions

In this article, several experts weigh in on considerations for developing the smart manufacturing workforce that will help to alleviate the U.S. semiconductor manufacturing talent shortage, even as multiple, data-intensive $1 billion to $10 billion fabrication facilities come online.

Pre-Silicon Verification – The Newest Approach to Accelerating Time-to-Market of Advanced Computing Capabilities

“Virtual platform environments that combine the verification capabilities of emulation with the pre-silicon functionality insights available through verification intellectual property (VIP) are an increasingly popular way to get designs verified ahead of the curve of new standards,” Browy says.

Lanza techVentures Investments – At the Intersection of Semiconductors and Healthcare

Dr. Lanza, Managing Partner of Lanza techVentures and 2014 winner of the Phil Kaufman Award for Distinguished Contributions to Electronic System Design, addresses why he believes semiconductors in MedTech is about to become the next big thing.

From Darlings of Programming to Underrepresented Tech Workers, Women Are Still Undervalued

Considering the history of computing and the low expectations for women that were once widespread in academia and the workplace, little wonder that women continue to face significant hurdles in the microelectronics industry. Today, women make up less than 25% of the computing workforce.