Washington, D.C. – TechNet, the national, bipartisan network of innovation economy CEOs and senior executives, today welcomed Samsung Semiconductor Inc. as its newest member. So far this year, TechNet has added 20 new members.
“Samsung Semiconductor is a world leader in developing innovative technologies and solutions to build a more connected future,” said Linda Moore, TechNet President and CEO. “We are thrilled Samsung Semiconductor is joining TechNet and look forward to working with them on key issues impacting our economy and global competitiveness like trade, data privacy, climate, and the domestic production of semiconductors.”
Semiconductors play a critical role in enabling the products and services that fuel our economy, contribute to innovation, provide healthcare to patients, and enhance our national security. TechNet recently applauded the passage of the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, which will increase the domestic production of semiconductors, invest in regional technology hubs across the U.S., and enhance STEM education and high-tech workforce training programs. The bill will grow our economy, fortify our supply chains, create hundreds of thousands of good jobs across the country, and unleash new private-sector investments and innovations.
About Samsung Semiconductor:
Samsung Semiconductor Inc. (SSI) is advancing the world’s technology. SSI has a wide range of industry-leading semiconductor solutions and is enabling innovative growth in mark segments from hyperscale data centers and automotive to IoT, mobile, and consumer electronics. SSI is a leader in Memory, System, LSI, and LCD technologies and its U.S. teams contribute to breakthroughs in 5G, SOC, memory, and display. SSI is headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley and is a wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.