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The Department of Defense has awarded SkyWater Technology's subsidiary in Florida and the state's Osceola County a contract that would fund the tooling of the Center for Neovation semiconductor manufacturing facility. Work under the contract involves the acquisition and installation of equipment that would enable to use of Deca Technologies' fan-out wafer level packaging technology and the implementation of Deca's Adaptive Patterning design-during-manufacturing capability at the Florida fab, SkyWater said Wednesday.

Edward Daly, a retired four-star general in the U.S. Army, will join the board of directors of semiconductor manufacturer SkyWater Technology on Oct. 1. The former commanding general of the Army Materiel Command brings to SkyWater nearly four decades of experience in serving the military and most recently leading a command responsible for logistics, sustainment/materiel […] More
SkyWater Technology has completed the first phase of a manufacturing capability for silicon bridge interposers with its partner Bridg, a nonprofit developer of microelectronics, and the Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre. The development initiative is part of the Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment program funded by the Department of Defense, SkyWater said Thursday. The new baseline fabrication […] More
SkyWater Technology has received a $12 million investment from the Department of Defense to support the intellectual property expansion of its 90-nanometer radiation-hardened manufacturing process. The investment is part of an initial $27 million DOD funding awarded as an other transactional agreement option, the company said Wednesday. IP ecosystem design and validation for the rad-hard […] More
SkyWater Technology is collaborating with Google‘s public sector arm to provide an open source capability for the former’s 90-nanometer fully depleted silicon on insulator complementary metal-oxide semiconductor process technology. The company said Thursday it secured $15 million in funding from the Department of Defense to release a new commercial SKY90-FD open source chip design offering […] More
Semiconductor manufacturer SkyWater Technology will establish a $1.8 billion research, development and production facility in Indiana as part of a private-public partnership with the state and Purdue University. The semiconductor manufacturing facility is planned to address global microelectronics shortages, advance domestic energy and utility supply chains and create job opportunities for local workers, the company […] More
Kevin Jackson, former CAES executive and a 20-year aerospace, defense and space leader, has been named senior vice president of corporate development at SkyWater Technology. In his new role, Jackson will oversee all aspects of corporate development, which includes leading strategic planning, conducting financial risk analysis, sourcing and executing potential mergers and acquisitions, fostering geographic expansion and driving […] More
CAES and semiconductor foundry services provider SkyWater have partnered with the goal to transform the design and manufacturing process for radiation-hardened microelectronic components for defense applications. The two companies aim to expand SkyWater’s onshore supply chain network for integrated circuits and encourage industry partnerships in support of national security missions, according to a joint statement […] More
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has teamed up with Google to create a new suite of chips designed to help researchers and technology startups measure the performance of artificial intelligence memory devices. Under a cooperative research and development agreement, Google will shoulder the initial cost of constructing and operating a production facility while […] More
The U.S. has fallen behind in the semiconductor industry and the federal government intends to change that. As of this year, just 12 percent of semiconductors — an extremely common technology that can be found in everything from cell phones to washing machines to surveillance equipment — are manufactured stateside. The remaining 85-plus percent of […] More
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