As we tread through a period of uncertainty, regional powers are finding their way toward securing the supply of semiconductors – the basic building block
As we tread through a period of uncertainty, regional powers are finding their way toward securing the supply of semiconductors – the basic building block of all major trends that will shape the world’s future. Western nations are enticing manufacturing giants to establish advanced fabs to foster growth, innovation, and technological leadership. Europe, too, champions initiatives via the European Council and private sector investments, seeking to secure its supply chain and enhance regional competitiveness.
But aspirations are not without challenges. Frost & Sullivan Think Tank on the “Resurgence and Future of European Semiconductor Landscape” on September 28th, at 10:30 AM, EDT will focus on the recent developments in the region and how Europe can overcome the challenges to regain manufacturing competitiveness and enhance technological leadership.
Join the event to find answers to questions like:
What innovations and investments are needed to bolster Europe’s semiconductor capacity, competitiveness, and resilience in a post-pandemic world?
How can European policy prioritize the advancement of intermediate and trailing-edge chip manufacturing to support the critical needs of European industries?
What role can the semiconductor industry play in shaping Europe’s future, and what are the critical steps towards achieving self-sufficiency in semiconductor production?
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