GS Microelectronics Inc. a provider of semiconductor design and manufacturing engineering solutions, is pleased to announce that they have become a member of Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA), the voice of the global semiconductor industry. “Advanced technology nodes and complex designs have put tremendous pressure on semiconductor manufacturing industry,” said Farhat Jahangir, Founder and CEO of GS Microelectronics. “GSME is not a traditional design & manufacturing service provider, we establish and foster a unique partnership with our customers and focus on adding value to their bottom-line at all stages of their Product Life Cycle. GSA membership will provide us the needed Read More
The Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) Board of Directors welcomes Dr. Alexis Björlin, Vice President, Infrastructure at Meta as its newest member. “Our industry has experienced monumental growth and technology convergence over the past two years. When combined with the ever-increasing need for a highly-skilled, diverse workforce, the semiconductor industry is at a critical crossroads and I’m proud to say that GSA is leading the charge for companies across the ecosystem around the globe. “With the addition of Alexis to our board, we have broader insight to further assist and provide guidance to our worldwide network of more than 300 member Read More
GSA Further Strengthens European Representation STMicroelectronics Joins GSA Board with Jean-Marc Chery, President and CEO SAN JOSE (Oct. 11, 2022) – To further strengthen its representation in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) announces new European members on its Board of Directors and on its EMEA Leadership Council. The GSA Board of Directors welcomes Jean-Marc Chery, President and CEO of STMicroelectronics, as a new member of the Board and Andreas Urschitz, Chief Marketing Officer and Member of Infineon’s Management Board, to replace Dr. Helmut Gassel. Representing some of the most influential companies Read More
In 1990, Carver Mead observed that neuromorphic compute architectures are often many orders of magnitude more effective than conventional systems. Indeed, the semiconductor industry has long struggled to bypass Von Neumann ottlenecks, recalibrate Moore’s Law, and...
Conventional AI silicon and cloud-centric inference models do not perform efficiently at the automotive edge. As many semiconductor companies have already realized, latency and power are two primary issues...
In the new KPMG report, “Automotive semiconductors – Accelerating into the new ICE age”, new analysis predicts that, due to accelerating adoption of EVs and other changes in auto design, the annual automotive semiconductor market will reach $200 billion sooner than previously expected and surpass $250 billion by 2040.
Veriest Joins the Global Semiconductor Alliance San Jose, Calif. (July 1st, 2022) – Veriest Solutions, a leading international Full-flow ASIC services company, is pleased to announce that they have become a member of Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA), the voice of the global semiconductor industry. “As Veriest continues its expansion to provide Full-flow ASIC services to some of the leading players in the industry, it's natural that we become a more active member of the semiconductor eco-system” said Moshe Zalcberg, Veriest's CEO. “In our view, the Global Semiconductor Alliance is the place to go to learn about market trends as Read More
After significant geopolitical and regulatory events transpired in 1H22, GSA and KPMG surveyed executive leadership to produce the Semiconductor Industry Pulse Report. Access key insights such as the anticipated effects of the Russia-Ukraine war, global chip shortage, and more.
The 17th annual KPMG Global Semiconductor Industry Outlook features key findings from a survey of 152 semiconductor professionals and was conducted in conjunction with the Global Semiconductor Alliance. Industry confidence for 2022 is at an all-time high. This is despite production capacity constraints that most industry insiders feel will cause the chip shortage to extend into 2023. In order to better meet future demand, the majority (53%) of semiconductor leaders say their organization has moved toward being more oriented by specific end market. They see the top three drivers of semiconductor growth over the next year to be wireless Read More