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Global Semi Market On Track To Reach $1T By 2030

At this year’s Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) 2022 that took place early April, SEMI reported that the global chip industry was demonstrating extraordinary growth boosted by the digitization of global economies and a surge in semiconductor demand. According to the latest forecasts, the semiconductor market is on track to reach $1 trillion by 2030 –

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ATREG To Present At GSA’s 2022 Silicon Leadership Summit

ATREG’s Founder, President, and CEO Stephen M. Rothrock has been invited to present at GSA’s Silicon Leadership Summit on May 12th at the Santa Clara Convention Center in CA. Stephen’s presentation entitled “Covid, Chip Boom, And Supply Shortage: The New Normal For Global Semiconductor Manufacturing” will take place during the event’s Industry Challenges session at 3:30

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House of Representatives releases America COMPETES Act

On January 25th, 2022, the U.S. House of Representatives released competitiveness legislation called the America Creating Opportunities for Manufacturing, Pre-Eminence in Technology, and Economic Strength (America COMPETES) Act of 2022. The legislation includes $52 billion to fund the semiconductor research, design, and manufacturing provisions in the CHIPS for America Act. The Senate passed funding for the

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Come hear ATREG speak at SEMICON Europa 2021!

ATREG’s Founder, President, and CEO Stephen M. Rothrock will be speaking at this year’s SEMICON Europa in Munich, Germany. His presentation entitled “Coronavirus, Chip Boom, And Supply Shortage: The New Normal For Global Semiconductor Manufacturing” will be held at 11:15 am on November 17th during the event’s Fab Management Forum that will provide an overview of

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Sale announced: TI 200mm / 150mm fab, Greenock, Scotland

TI Greenock Scotland fab

UPDATED FEB. 11, 2019 ATREG is very pleased to announce that the sale of Texas Instrument’s 150 / 200mm fab (GFAB) located in Greenock, Scotland, UK is in progress. The facility’s buyer, Diodes Incorporated, plans to integrate the facility and fab operations into its fold, including retaining all Scottish GFAB employees. Click here for more

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