Domestic Manufacturing and the CHIPS Race: Excerpts from Made in America Summit

See highlights from Made in America Summit featuring Samsung, Movandi, Digital Supply Chain Institute and Foreign Policy

Domestic Manufacturing and the CHIPS Race: Excerpts from Made in America Summit
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.

WASHINGTON, July 5, 2023 – Coming off the Made in America Summit on June 27, 2027, Broadband Breakfast has released the videos from the five panel sessions.

Below are a few excerpts from Panel 3, “Domestic Manufacturing and the CHIPS Race.” Visit the Made in America Summit page and join the Broadband Breakfast Club to access the complete Summit videos.

The CHIPS and Science Act provides $280 billion in funding to spur semiconductor research and manufacturing in the United States. Semiconductors are key components of consumer electronics, military systems and countless other applications, making a domestic supply chain critically important — particularly amid an increasingly hostile technological race with China. How successful will efforts be to bring semiconductor manufacturing to America?

  • Gene Irisari, Head of Semiconductor Policy, Samsung
  • Shawn Muma, Director of Supply Chain Innovation & Emerging Technologies, Digital Supply Chain Institute
  • Maryam Rofougaran, CEO and Co-Founder, Movandi Corporation
  • Rishi Iyengar (moderator), Global Technology Reporter, Foreign Policy

Will chip-making always be entangled with China?

Why Samsung is so supportive of the CHIPS and Science Act:

Why semiconductor production is the most important thing America can be doing:

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