President Joe Biden has signed the ‘historic’ $52bn CHIPS Act into law to place the US as a forerunner in the semiconductor market and revitalise domestic manufacturing.
Things are looking up for the US semiconductor market, with the US Senate on Wednesday (27th July) passing the ‘historic’ $52bn CHIPS Act that is set to support the evolving sector.
Atlas Copco has completed the previously announced acquisition of Ceres Technologies, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and designer of gas and vapour delivery equipment for the semiconductor industry.
SEMI, the industry association serving the global electronics design and manufacturing supply chain, has publicly applauded progress in the US Senate on a robust package of federal incentives for the semiconductor supply chain.
“We’ve got some really exciting things on the horizon. I can’t say too much but we’re really looking forward to the next few months and some game-changing technology,” explains Servomex President Andy Cowan, in an exclusive interview with gasworld’s Rob Cockerill to mark the company’s 70th anniversary.