SkyWater unveils plans to build $1.8 bln chip facility in Indiana U.S. semiconductor manufacturer SkyWater Technology Inc on Wednesday announced plans to invest $1.8 billion for a chip research and production facility in Indiana, in partnership with the state and Purdue University.
US, global stock markets fall amid heightened US-China tensions
US markets are jittery after Asian stocks tumbled overnight; chip makers take a hit.
Taiwan says 'key position' in semiconductors won't be shaken as US passes chip act
Taiwan's "key position" in making semiconductors will not be shaken and production on the island is the most efficient way of doing things, the Economy Ministry said on Friday in response to the U.S. Congress passing a major new chips act.
As Congress Debated Landmark China Bill, Beijing Surged Ahead
Experts are still assessing how China apparently leapfrogged ahead in its effort to manufacture a semiconductor that rivals those made in Taiwan, which supplies both China and the West.
Washington – and Arizona – dangle subsidies as US chip-making business returns
Rising in the desert near Phoenix is a US$12 billion semiconductor factory owned by Taiwan’s TSMC, with the company lured by US funding and tax credits.
Opinion | The U.S. Is Behind in the Competition for the ‘Oil’ of the 21st Century
Semiconductor supremacy isn’t something we can buy. It’s something we must build.
U.S. Senate votes to advance sweeping semiconductor industry bill
The U.S. Senate voted 64-32 on Tuesday to advance legislation to boost U.S. semiconductor manufacturing to address concerns about competition with China.
U.S., China gear up for chipmaking race
As the Senate moves toward a vote on a key funding bill, both countries are stepping up their pace.