GSA provides an opportunity for our members to form individual working groups to address technical and business challenges unique to their specific ecosystem. 

GSA’s industry- and technology-specific working groups discuss common issues and concerns, accelerate technology and increase efficiency.


AMS WG Meeting
Wednesday November 12, 2014
Santa Clara, CA

Supply Chain WG Meeting
Thursday November 13, 2014
Fremont, CA

Conflict Minerals Seminar
Wednesday November 19, 2014
Fremont, CA

Quality Working Group Meeting
December 11, 2014
Milpitas, CA

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Fabless Innovation

The fabless business model has grown in importance during the twenty year life of GSA.  Much of this success can be attributed to innovations from fabless semiconductor companies.  In this presentation, GSA provides a broad overview of important breakthrough technology from this critical element of industry success.

Free access to Wafer & Assembly Pricing Reports

The 4Q14 Wafer & Assembly Pricing Survey will close on Sunday November 9.  The survey measures wafer and assembly services pricing, providing insightful data for comparison and trend analysis.  Your participation provides free access to the online, interactive results, a $3000 annual value.


MEMS Product Design Documentation Quality Checklist
MEMS designers require additional information from the foundry than their CMOS counterparts.  Team is developing a Quality Checklist for Product Design Documentation to ensure MEMS designers are able to gather required information more easily.

IP Source Selection Tool SerDes
Risk analysis and understanding is critical in determining the source (Internal New, Internal Existing, Third Party) of required IP for your next design.  Two version of this tool are now available, a generic version, and a version for SerDes acquisition.

Merger & Acquisition Due Diligence for Supply Chain, Operations, and Manufacturing
M&A are a fact of life in the semiconductor industry.  Everyone has, or will likely experience this during their career.  This transition can be less painful if we use lessons learned from previous M&A to generate due diligence checklists.   Feedback may be sent to