SEMICON Taiwan 2021 has been rescheduled to December 28–30.
Semiconductor leaders and visionaries will convene December 28–30 at SEMICON Taiwan 2021 for insights into the latest innovations that will drive the next wave of industry growth as the event, the region’s premier gathering of the entire electronics manufacturing and design supply chain, returns to the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 (TaiNEX 1).
Featuring more than 550 exhibitors in over 2,000 booths and chip industry leaders such as TSMC, ASE and Nanya Technology, SEMICON Taiwan 2021—themed Forward as One—will showcase cutting-edge advances and solutions in critical semiconductor industry areas including heterogeneous integration, green manufacturing, smart and advanced manufacturing, advanced testing, strategic materials, and MEMS and sensors.
SEMICON Taiwan 2021 was rescheduled after Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) recently relaxed restrictions on social distancing and exhibition size following a successful push to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases. With the safety and well-being of all event participants a top priority, SEMI will meet the highest standards in implementing pandemic prevention measures during the exhibition.
“Taiwan is a semiconductor manufacturing powerhouse that produces some of the world’s most sophisticated chips and has led semiconductor equipment spending in seven of the past 10 years,” said Terry Tsao, Chief Marketing Officer at SEMI and President of SEMI Taiwan. “With Taiwan’s central position in the semiconductor industry, SEMICON Taiwan 2021 offers visitors unmatched opportunities to connect with some of the industry’s top companies and uncover new business opportunities across leading-edge technologies including artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), 5G and machine learning that are transforming the microelectronics industry and giving rise to a growing universe of smart applications.”
Five Online Forums Pave the Way to SEMICON Taiwan 2021
The journey to SEMICON Taiwan 2021 began in September with five live online forums featuring expert insights into critical semiconductor industry areas—Power and Opto Chips, Smart Manufacturing, Sustainable Manufacturing, Smart MedTech and Cybersecurity. Available on-demand through November, the online events offer insights into future semiconductor industry trends.