SEMI’s Ajit Manocha Talks About PFAS and Other Headwinds to Achieving $1Trillion in the Semiconductor industry
Françoise von Trapp talks to SEMI President and CEO Ajit Manocha, about the semiconductor industry’s journey on the path to becoming a $1 Trillion and what SEMI is doing to address the headwinds that could prevent that from happening.
The semiconductor industry is growing at an amazing rate as demand for computer chips increases in everything from traditional applications like high-performance computing, data centers, and network architectures to automotive, artificial intelligence, and machine learning applications. Experts anticipate the industry will become a $1T industry by the 2030s. But headwinds including supply chain disruptions, the impending restrictions on PFAS chemicals that are used in semiconductor manufacturing, and the growing talent shortage will cause delays.
From this exclusive interview with Ajit Manocha, you’ll learn why these headwinds threaten growth and SEMI’s efforts in addressing them.
Contact Ajit Manocha on LinkedIn.SEMI
A global association, SEMI represents the entire electronics manufacturing and design supply chain.
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