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The geo-political aspects of chip manufacturing

21 Sep 2021 9:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

LebNet is continuing its podcast series ‘Brothers Talking Tech’ hosted by Greg Akiki - Senior Director of Quality at GLOBALFOUNDRIES - and Fram Akiki, President at Joun Technologies. 

With over 75 years of combined experience in the tech industry, the two brothers are regularly engaging in a 5-minute tech discussion on current technical topics in the news in a fun yet highly informative format. 

In the second episode, they discuss the geo-political aspects of chip manufacturing.

Below are the main points they tackle: 

  • Which countries have been building chips from 1970 to today?
  • What is the most critical step in building chips and how is it transitioning?
  • How important is the ecosystem around semiconductor manufacturing?
  • What are the challenges of building more chips in the U.S.?

You can listen to the second episode below. If you missed the first episode on the chip shortage and its effect on the automobile industry, you can listen to that by clicking here


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