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Technology and Trends

How the Semiconductor Industry Can Emerge Stronger After the COVID-19 Crisis

Semiconductor companies that begin revising their long-term strategies now may emerge stronger in the next normal.

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COVID-19: How to Emerge Stronger from the Crisis – Insights from McKinsey & Company

While the full contours of the next normal are still unclear, semiconductor companies largely acted decisively at the beginning of the crisis to build resilience and position the sector for future growth. To plan ahead, now is the time to think...

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Entegris’s Pandemic Response and Best Practices for a Global Team

Olivier Corvez, senior manager of Environment, Health, Safety and Sustainability at SEMI, sat down (virtually) with Todd Patterson, vice president of global EHS for Entegris Global Operations, to discuss how Entegris has responded to the global...

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COVID-19: Business Travel Restrictions to South Korea Start to Lift

By many measures, South Korea is swiftly restoring life as usual after suffering a heavy COVID-19 caseload in March. The region has logged an average of about 10 new COVID-19 cases per day since mid-April, it enjoys an ample supply of facial...

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Corporate Venturing Challenges and Opportunities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Companies around the world are increasingly turning to mergers and acquisitions, research and development, and corporate venture capital (CVC) investment to sustain growth. For many years, global semiconductor companies including Intel, Qualcomm...

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White House Task Force Member Shares Business Continuity Planning Insights and Repopulation Strategy

Cameron Burks, head of Global Security, Enterprise Business Resiliency and Health, Environment & Safety with Adobe Systems, and a member of the White House Task Force for COVID-19 response, briefed members of SEMI’s IT Leadership (ITL) and...

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COVID-19: Economic and Microelectronics Industry Impacts – Insights from McKinsey & Company

For five days in the latter half of March, the pall of the heavy human and economic toll COVID-19 has exacted in China appeared to be lifting. The epicenter of Wuhan reported no new coronavirus infections through domestic transmission. And in an...

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Turning the Tide: Microelectronics to Revolutionize Stroke Treatment

Ischemic stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability worldwide, affecting over 13 million people each year and costing tens of billions of dollars. Sensome, a French medtech that offers connected medical devices, has developed micrometric...

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Chip Industry Shines in Award-Winning Sustainable Development Online Course Offered by University of Bristol

In a shining hour for Prof. Mike Czerniak, environmental manager for Edwards Ltd., a SEMI member company, and Chemistry Prof. Simon O’ Doherty of the University of Bristol, the educators presented a case study on efforts by the semiconductor and...

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Automotive Trends: Chip Traceability, Zero Defects and Collaboration

Automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and their direct suppliers of parts and systems share a vision: Next-generation vehicles will be more electric, autonomous and connected. At a market size of more than $1 trillion, automotive is...

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