Advanced Testing Paradigm Shifting in Era of Heterogeneous Integration
New SEMI Taiwan Testing Committee to strengthen the last line of defense to ensure the reliability of advanced semiconductor applications.
Future Shines Bright for European Photonics Industry
SEMI met with Dr. Jose Pozo, director of Technology and Innovation at EPIC (European Photonics Industry Consortium), to discuss how 3D packaging applications and heterogeneous integration trends are shaping the European technology landscape. The...
EDA is Better in the Cloud. Here’s Why the Cloud is the Future of EDA
I really don’t know clouds at all. – Joni Mitchell
SEMI China Delegation Searches for the Secret of Japan’s “Silicon Island”
Kyushu, the third largest island in Japan, is home to the semiconductor production bases of integrated device manufacturers (IDMs) with world-class cutting-edge technology. SONY, Toshiba, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Fujitsu and Nissan are among the...
ULVAC and the CIA: A Sensing Story about Food and Agriculture
ULVAC Technologies’ David Mount is working with The CIA. Is he the Jack Reacher of the MEMS and sensors industry, jetting around the world to secret meetings, you wonder? While David isn’t quite the super-spy that you might have imagined, he is...
SEMI Korea Members Day: Takeaways and Tech Trends as Korea Leads in Fab Investment
Korea is on track to top all other regions in fab investment, spending $63 billion between 2017 and 2020, with powerhouses Samsung Electronics Co. and SK Hynix leading the way, according to latest World Fab Forecast Report by SEMI. Samsung...
How will Graphene, the 2D Wonder Material, Change the Semiconductor Industry?
Materials innovation has always been vital to the semiconductor industry. In the past, it was high-κ gate dielectrics. Today, Cobalt is seen as a replacement for Tungsten in middle-of-line (MOL) contacts.
Video: Adding More Intelligence to Chip Manufacturing – SEMI’s Smart Manufacturing Initiative
Video: SEMI Talks Industry Trends, Workforce Development and Trade at SEMICON West
The proliferation of chips driven by artificial intelligence and automotive will spur a record $68 billion in sales of semiconductor equipment in 2019.