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Wednesday 18 January 2023
Intel's Gelsinger vows investment for long-term, but urges funding to show up soon
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said in media interviews at the 2023 World Economic Forum that he expects long-term effects of semiconductor investments galvanized by the US CHIPS Act to...
Tuesday 10 January 2023
Taiwan 'Chips Act' is not all about chips, it's about innovation
The so-called "Taiwan version of Chips Act" was passed in the Legislative Yuan on January 7, but the amended statutes are not all about chips, nor was it only for "protecting TSMC's...
Thursday 15 December 2022
CHIPS Act scorebook: 4 Taiwan firms investing US$45.5 billion to create 6,200 jobs in America
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) compiled a list of semiconductor-related investment projects announced between the time the CHIPS Act was introduced in the Spring of...
Tuesday 6 December 2022
Topco chair weighs in on US-China chip war
In a continuation of an exclusive interview with DIGITIMES, Topco Scientific (TSC) co-founder and...
Friday 2 December 2022
Despite US$52.7 billion from the CHIPS Act, US chip production may only increase by 1% in 2025
A report from SEMI stated that the US$52.7 billion investment from the Chips and Science Act (CHIPS Act for short) to expand semiconductor production in the US may not be significant...
Friday 2 December 2022
Ferrotec restructuring supply chains outside of China
Ferrotec, a Tokyo-based chip component supplier, has recently confirmed that it's starting to restructure its supply chain outside of China in response to chip export restrictions...
Monday 21 November 2022
Taiwan's 'Chips Act' sheds light on the real challenge faced by small and medium IC deisgn houses
The new semiconductor subsidies package recently unveiled by the Taiwanese government, nicknamed Taiwan's Chips Act, has triggered debates within Taiwan's industry as a result of...
Tuesday 8 November 2022
US Department of Defense uses CHIPS Act funding to overcome technological 'valley of death'
With the passing of the CHIPS and Science Act, the US Department of Defense has kick-started its 'Microelectronics Commons', according to a press release dated November 4 from the...
Friday 4 November 2022
US seeks to pressure allies' chip gear makers to join export control
Bloomberg quoted sources from people attending a meeting of US semiconductor equipment manufacturer representatives with US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo said that...
Thursday 20 October 2022
Chip supply becomes ever more critical as US defense industry wakes up to new geopolitical challenge
WIth the passages of the Chips and Science Act, momentum is gaining traction in the United States to re-shore semiconductor manufacturing, as leading industry players like Intel and...
Tuesday 11 October 2022
Samsung's prospects in the US unclear despite committing US$192 billion
After the US announcement of the Chips and Science Act (CHIPS Act) to subsidize the reshoring of semiconductor manufacturing, the two major US-based logic IC and memory chip giants,...
Monday 26 September 2022
European Chips Act has wrong priorities, according to leading chipmakers in Europe
The European Chips Act proposed by the European Commission in February 2022 has yet to be adopted, but criticisms toward the act from within Europe's semiconductor industry have never...
Tuesday 20 September 2022
Incomplete factory engineering supply chain could slow new fab construction in Europe, US
Incomplete factory engineering industry supply chains, as well as insufficient manpower, could slow the construction of new wafer fabs in Europe and the US, according to industry...
Wednesday 7 September 2022
Raimondo vows to ensure Chips Act money is used to build chips 'only for America'
The US secretary of commerce Gina Raimondo outlined how the Chips Act funding will be used in a White House briefing on September 6, giving new information about how the subsidies...
Friday 2 September 2022
Backend houses see limited impact from tightened US chip export rules to China
Taiwan-based IC packaging and testing houses expect new restrictions imposed by the US to cut China off from high-end artificial intelligence (AI) chips will have a limited impact...
Global wafer foundry industry analysis and forecast, 2022
DIGITIMES Research Special Report Databases
Global smartphone shipments to perform weaker than expected in 2H22 and 2023, says DIGITIMES Research
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