Second piece of US legislation earmarks $25 billion for domestic chip making: Page 2 of 2

June 26, 2020 //By Peter Clarke
Second piece of US legislation earmarks $25 billion for domestic chip making
The American Foundries Act of 2020 was introduced into the United States Senate on Thursday June 25 calling for $25 billion to be spent on the R&D and domestic production of integrated circuits.
large wafer fab in Austin, Texas, could also benefit.

Shih also sees support for assembly, test and advanced packaging as important. With the advent of chiplet manufacturing, in part forced by the prohibitive cost of continued miniaturization, could come to fore. For years this was seen as a minor part of the IC production process and has almost entirely outsourced to Asia for decades.

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