It was so nice to see you again.

After 2.5 years Semicon West “finally” once again took place in a physical format. A good opportunity for us about to hear about the industry trends.

While attendants used the opportunity to meet customers, suppliers, contacts in person and discuss the most pressing issues, SemiWest provided a broad program of talks and presentations on the hottest topics in the semiconductor ecosystem:

New use cases

The conference showcased how new use cases in Medtech, AI, IoT, 5G and an accelerated digitization driven by Covid, have fueled never seen before demand for Semiconductor products.  

 

Increased interest

It also highlighted how recent developments have broadened and increased the public’s interest in our industry and how nations plan on fostering local innovation.   

 

Challenges

However, the conference also acknowledged the challenges this unprecedented demand is having on the industry: supply chain issues and the growing environmental impact were intensively discussed in several presentations.

Comet Group was on-site with Comet PCT and Yxlon teams

Our takeaway?

The industry is aware and part of the solution. While the challenges are there - the opportunities have never been bigger.

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