U.S. Aims for 20% of World’s Leading Edge Semiconductor Production by 2030

Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo believes investments in leading-edge logic chips manufacturing will put the U.S. on track to produce roughly 20 percent of the world’s leading-edge logic chips by the end of the decade.

CHIPS Act, 3D-IC, AI, Open Source, and EDA-IP Tool Trends Dominate

Familiar semiconductor EDA-IP trends remain but vary in impact for 2023.

How the CHIPs Act Changed the Chip Industry – A Year Later

One year after passing the CHIPs Act, and there are still questions about whether its influence will be positive or negative.

Proposal Submitted to Create Northeast Microelectronics Coalition

The Center for Advanced Manufacturing at MassTech Collaborative (CAM) and more than 85 organizations from across the Northeast have submitted a proposal to the federal government to create the Northeast Microelectronics Coalition.

Microchip Reaches Milestone in $800 Million, Multi-Year Initiative

Microchip reached a milestone in its multi-year, $800 million initiative aiming to triple production capacity at its Gresham, Oregon manufacturing facility.

What’s New in the 2022 IEEE IP-XACT Standard? Big Reveals from the Chair

Does semiconductor IP still matter? And what does the chair of the IEEE-1685 IP-XACT standard reveal about the latest feature sets?

What the CHIPS and Science Act Could Mean for Domestic Semiconductor Manufacturing Innovation

It’s important for semiconductor companies to utilize the CHIPS Act funding as effectively as possible. One way to do this is by switching to a chiplet-based design flow. 

The CHIPS and Science Act of 2022: U.S. Semiconductor Industry Must Act Now to Seize Opportunities

Organizations must be ready to act once the funding and bidding opportunities for valuable contracts start to flow.

CHIPS Act Incentives: “Additional Considerations”

Sree Ramaswamy, Senior Policy Advisor to U.S. Secretary of Commerce, detailed the “additional considerations” that will be used to determine which applicants receive funding through the CHIPS Act.

U.S. Dept. of Commerce Appoints First Members to Industrial Advisory Committee

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced the appointment of 24 members to the Industrial Advisory Committee (IAC).