Semiconductors are an important component of the goods and products that Americans utilise on a daily basis. These computer chips are used in a variety of industries and devices, including automobiles, smartphones, medical equipment, and even vacuum cleaners.
They assist in the powering of infrastructure, from the grid to broadband. The United States is a major player in the worldwide semiconductor manufacturing industry.
The US Semiconductor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
With the invention of the world’s first device using 2 nanometer (nm) nanosheet technology, IBM announced a breakthrough in semiconductor design and process.
Semiconductors are used in a wide range of applications, including computers, appliances, communication devices, transportation systems, and critical infrastructure.
Chip performance and energy efficiency are in high demand, particularly in the age of hybrid cloud, AI, and the Internet of Things.
IBM’s innovative 2 nm chip technology contributes to the advancement of the semiconductor industry’s state-of-the-art, answering this expanding demand.
Micron Technology’s 300-mm semiconductor facility in Lehi, Utah, has been purchased by Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI).
This investment is part of TI’s long-term capacity planning and continues to reinforce the company’s competitive advantage in manufacturing and technology. The Lehi fab will be TI’s fourth 300-mm fab, joining DMOS6, RFAB1, and the soon-to-be-completed RFAB2.
The SK Group has made an announcement. In Covington, Georgia, its subsidiary company, SKC, and other business partners will produce glass-based substrates for semiconductor chips.
The corporation will invest in this ground-breaking project, which will result in the creation of almost 400 new jobs in Newton County. For many years, SKC worked with leading U.S.-based semiconductor companies to develop breakthrough technology solutions.
The preliminary findings of Georgia Tech’s scientific research profoundly influenced the development of disruptive glass-based semiconductor technology.
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