Intel Corporation this week revealed one of the most detailed process and packaging technology roadmaps the company has ever provided, showcasing a series of foundational innovations that will power products through 2025 and beyond.
A 21% jump would be the largest increase in IC unit shipments since the boom year of 2010.
While China’s share of all semiconductor production has shot up, the Americas region has declined, raising alarm bells in Washington. “We see a continuation of this trend, with the Americas dropping by one more percent point next year and China building out its lead.” – SEMI senior principal analyst Christian Dieseldorff.
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As a percent of worldwide total, China achieves largest increase in fab capacity at expense of all other regions, but still trails Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan in installed capacity.
Is the US wet chemical supply-demand out of balance?
A new white paper from Aalbun, the World’s first Intellectual Property Platform as a Service (PaaS), highlights the big themes and issues dominating the semiconductor industry and how they and the events of the pandemic will impact on innovation and intellectual property rights in the sector going forward.
Semiconductor manufacturers worldwide will have started construction on 19 new high-volume fabs by the end of this year and break ground on another 10 in 2022 to meet accelerating demand for chips across a wide range of markets including communications, computing, healthcare, online services and automotive.
Industry firing on all cylinders with robust and widespread demand for ICs.