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Globalization & Localization


The guiding principles of the World Semiconductor Council explicitly state that ‘markets will be open without discrimination’ amid its efforts to ‘expand international cooperation … to facilitate the healthy growth … from a long-term, global perspective’, and supports free markets of zero tariffs on semiconductor.

Globalization is ingrained in the genes of the semiconductor industry. Business operations benefit from zero-tariffs on one hand and mutually prepare themselves for global impacts from competitors on the other. Only with this free air can the semiconductor industry grow healthily. Any national closed-door policies will eventually choke its semiconductor economy to dwindling away.

The door of globalization swings in both directions. Therefore, maintaining a stronger position in global markets necessarily calls for deeper rooting of fundamental capabilities over wider spectra of localization. As the semiconductor industry gears itself up for frontal attacks worldwide, it better be prepared to embrace assaults from the rear.

The Organizers actively support collaborative efforts among strategic partners to challenge globalization with reinforced localization. This symposium focuses on ecosystem collaborations so that device designers, IP-providers, IC manufacturers, equipment makers, system developers, software vendors, and application creators can harmoniously cohabit synergistically to collectively take on globalization of free markets.

Towards this, the Organizers endeavour to bring together all the experts and researchers from different fields in the industries of semiconductor, photovoltaics and solid-state-lighting to share their latest developments, break-through advancements, practical experiences and innovative ideas. Our focus has always been on cross-collaborations, operational strategies, technological innovations, and business partnerships. Any topic with objectives of sustainable development remains as always our principal interest. Presentations on globalization and localization will be highly welcome and facilitated.

-- C.H


History

 

2015 http://www.tsia.org.tw/seminar/eManufacturing2015/
Taipei, September 2-3, 2015

2014 http://www.tsia.org.tw/seminar/eManufacturing2014/
Hsin Chu, September 12, 2014

2013 http://www.tsia.org.tw/seminar/eManufacturing2013/
with ISSM 2013
Hsin Chu, September 6, 2013

2012 http://www.tsia.org.tw/seminar/eManufacturing2012/
Hsin Chu, September 4, 2012

2011 http://www.tsia.org.tw/seminar/eManufacturing2010/
with ISSM 2011
Hsin Chu, September 5-6, 2011
2010 http://www.tsia.org.tw/seminar/eManufacturing2010/
with AEC/APC-Asia 2010
Hsin Chu, September 3, 2010

2009 http://www.tsia.org.tw/seminar/eManufacturing2010/
Taipei, October 2, 2009

2008
with AEC/APC-Asia 2008
Hsin Chu, September 27-28, 2008

2007
Taipei, June 14, 2007

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Conference Secretariat

Ms. Celia Shih

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