The agreement between SEMI and TechWorks will bolster the crucial links between continental Europe and the UK to bring more value to the members of SEMI and industry
SEMI, an industry association representing global electronics manufacturing and design supply chain, has signed a multi-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) with TechWorks, the industry association for the deep tech community.
As per the agreement, the two organisations will partner to accelerate the joint development and commercialisation of electronics design and manufacturing innovations across various sectors and applications such as Internet of Things (IoT) security, cybersecurity and connected electric vehicles.
Briefing about the agreement, Laith Altimime, President, SEMI Europe, said, “The MoU extends SEMI’s standing relationship with TechWorks through its National Microelectronics Institute (NMI) Semiconductors to Systems Communities by combining our complementary strengths to enable growth in vertical segments.
Speed up development of world-class innovations
“Together, we will leverage these strengths to lead and speed the development of world-class innovations in electronics design and manufacturing to maintain Europe’s leadership,” Altimime added.
Speaking on the collaboration, Alan Banks, CEO, TechWorks, said, “The strategic collaboration between SEMI Europe and TechWorks will span the global supply chain to accelerate the delivery of electronics technology. Our complementary communities extend both organisations’ reach and the world-class research and development (R&D) capability of TechWorks.”
The agreement between SEMI and TechWorks will bolster the crucial links between continental Europe and the UK to bring more value to the members of SEMI and industry, along with delivering financial benefits across the entire electronics manufacturing and design supply chain.