CHIPS and Science Act
Locations across North America are poised to attract and support established, emerging, and ambitious tech companies.
Guardrails will ensure manufacturing and technology investments made under the CHIPS Act bolster technological and national security of U.S. and its allies and partners.
TI's new 300-millimeter semiconductor wafer fab, located next to its existing operation in Lehi, will be the largest economic investment in Utah history.
Here are this year’s Deal of the Year award winners, starting with Platinum Winner Empire State Development, for Micron Technology's $100B investment in New York State.
The 2022 Gold Deal of the Year award goes to JobsOhio: Intel is investing $20 billion to build its first semiconductor facility in the U.S. in four decades, choosing Licking County, Ohio.
New Seattle-area manufacturing facility will support development of world-class trapped-ion quantum systems and meet growing demand for quantum computing across commercial applications.
British-based Semiconductor supply chain manufacturer will create 600 jobs at Genesee County's Science & Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP).
The Onondaga County, NY facility will be largest semiconductor fabrication facility in U.S. history, create approximately 9,000 jobs at Micron.
Over the next eight years, Wolfspeed expects to create approximately 1,800 jobs at its new Silicon Carbide Materials manufacturing facility in Chatham County, NC.
The Thomas Township infrastructure project will enable Hemlock Semiconductor Operations (HSC) to invest up to $375 million and create 170 jobs.