Semiconductors Power the Modern World

Semiconductors enable the systems and products that we use to work, communicate, travel, entertain, harness energy, treat illness, make new scientific discoveries, and more.

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U.S. Semiconductor Ecosystem Map

The U.S. semiconductor industry is one of the world’s most advanced manufacturing and R&D sectors. The U.S. Semiconductor Ecosystem Map demonstrates the breadth of the industry, including locations conducting research and development (R&D), intellectual property and chip design software providers, chip design, semiconductor fabrication, and manufacturing by suppliers of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and materials. 

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Report: The Growing Challenge of Semiconductor Design Leadership

The report finds that a federal investment in semiconductor design and R&D of approximately $20 billion to $30 billion through 2030—including $15 billion to $20 billion for an investment tax credit for semiconductor design—will help maintain long-term U.S. chip design leadership.

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Report: 2022 State of the U.S. Semiconductor Industry

Semiconductors—the tiny chips powering modern electronics—have enabled breathtaking innovation in virtually all areas of society, fundamentally shifting the boundary between the possible and the impossible. Today’s semiconductors are so advanced they can contain more than 100 billion transistors on a single piece of silicon—so many that it would take a person more than 1,000 years to count each one aloud.

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Report: American Semiconductor Research: Leadership Through Innovation

New SIA R&D report identifying five key areas of the semiconductor R&D ecosystem that should be strengthened by the CHIPS and Science Act’s R&D funding

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Report: Strengthening the Global Semiconductor Supply Chain in an Uncertain Era

A Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA)/Boston Consulting Group (BCG) study analyzes the benefits and vulnerabilities of the global semiconductor supply chain and recommends government actions to ensure its long-term strength and resilience. The report finds that while the current global semiconductor supply chain structure based on geographic specialization has enabled tremendous innovation, productivity, and cost savings over the last 30 years, new supply chain vulnerabilities have emerged that must be addressed by government actions, including funding incentives to boost domestic chip production and research.

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Report: The U.S. Semiconductor Industry Workforce and How Federal Incentives Will Increase Domestic Jobs

Robust federal incentives for domestic chip manufacturing would create an average of nearly 200,000 American jobs annually as fabs are built and add nearly $25 billion annually to U.S. economy.

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A new joint report by the Semiconductor Industry Association and the Boston Consulting Group finds the U.S. government has a strategic opportunity to reverse the decades-long trajectory of declining chip manufacturing in America, strengthen national security and make our supply chains more resilient, and make our country one of the most attractive places in the world to produce semiconductors, which are the brains of modern technology.

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For decades, federal government and private sector investments in semiconductor research and development (R&D) have propelled the rapid pace of innovation in the U.S. semiconductor industry, making it the global leader and spurring tremendous growth throughout the U.S. economy. This report analyzes the impact of federal investments in semiconductor R&D on U.S. economic growth, job creation, and our country’s technology leadership.

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The U.S. semiconductor industry is the worldwide leader with nearly half of global market share.
The industry directly employs over 307,000 people in the U.S. and supports more than 1.7 million additional U.S. jobs.
Semiconductors are a top U.S. export after refined oil, crude oil, natural gas, and civilian aircraft.
The U.S. industry invests about one-fifth of revenue in R&D on average, among the most of any sector.

From Microchips to Medical Devices: Semiconductors as an Essential Industry during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of information and communication technologies (ICT) in supporting essential activities in a crisis, and the role of an ever-widening range of digitized services, from commerce to education to healthcare, in building a resilient society.

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