Much of the attention around semiconductor resilience and protection has centered on leading-edge chips, with domestic attention focusing on the United States' lack of fabrication capacity in this tier of chips. However, the semiconductor shortage of late 2020 was largely based on a lack of legacy chips, a key component in automobiles, smartphones, medical devices, and more. Join our panelists to discuss the role of legacy chips in global modern manufacturing, American capacity to support demand, and the geopolitical impact of legacy production.
Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar
Science and Technology Innovation Program
The Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP) serves as the bridge between technologists, policymakers, industry, and global stakeholders. Read more
Wahba Institute for Strategic Competition
The Wahba Institute for Strategic Competition works to shape conversations and inspire meaningful action to strengthen technology, trade, infrastructure, and energy as part of American economic and global leadership that benefits the nation and the world. Read more
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