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White House Report Warns of China’s Threat to Chip Industry

1/6/2017 02:35 PM EST
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witeken
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Re: Post Moore's Law moonshot
witeken   1/12/2017 2:24:10 PM
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Technology to sustain Moore's Law will be developed by Intel and TSMC and the like, so unless USA starts giving money to Intel, what will they do? Maybe invest in university research?

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White House Report Warns of China’s Threat to Chip Industry
ritzke   1/11/2017 3:36:34 PM
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Wow ...

someone in The U.S. noticed (?)

IBM warned of this Years ago.

No One in The U.S. said ... (???)

except the Harvard MBA's (Beancounters)

& therefore 

U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 

"Whatever" ... 

Ship everything overseas - except U.S. HR and U.S. Management

& Tax Breaks for U.S. Companies that shipp everything overseas

 

China has a Business Plan 

China "market shenanigans"

China's industrial policies, including collusion, theft of intellectual property, forcing or encouraging Chinese companies to buy only from domestic chip suppliers and forcing the transfer of technology in exchange for access to the Chinese market.

China Environemntal policies compared with other Countries/Manufacturing are ??

China Monetary manipulations and Dumping so other Countries and Manufacturing

- don't get the business (orders)

 

Like Present President John Neuffer, (& Previous Presidents)

president of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA):

"We are very supportive of China building its own semiconductor industry"

Yep ... and You have been for Decades...

Wish You would have been - half as supportive

regarding building U.S. Semiconductor Industry

 

And the "New U.S. Plan" is ... Innnovate more ...

so China collusion, theft of intellectual property, forcing or encouraging Chinese companies to buy only from domestic chip suppliers and forcing the transfer of technology in exchange for access to the Chinese market ... can continue !

 

perl_geek
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The art of the small
perl_geek   1/11/2017 12:35:41 PM
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How much of a threat can China be in chips if they've only just mastered ballpoint pens? http://shanghaiist.com/2017/01/11/made_in_china_ballpoint_pen.php

resistion
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Re: Post Moore's Law moonshot
resistion   1/9/2017 10:10:41 PM
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The problem is financial.

resistion
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Re: consolidation was the first sign
resistion   1/9/2017 9:59:50 PM
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Where are some of the newer posts? Anyway, another point to bring up is consolidation, the trend toward fewer options. Innovation is obviously about adding extra options. Can the market support?

photonic
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us management: a case study
photonic   1/7/2017 9:35:25 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQn8WRccixU

rick merritt
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Post Moore's Law moonshot
rick merritt   1/7/2017 9:31:13 PM
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I was surprised the report did not call for a moonshoot for a post-CMOS component technology.

I suppose it would be politically seen as tech for tech's sake (i.e. a bad thing with a limted cponsituency) and there is no clear successor to Moore's law anyway, certainly nothing clearly promising another exponential growth curve.

Thoughts?

photonic
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Re: If China is truly a threat to the Chip Industry....then it is the fault of the Semiconductor companies
photonic   1/7/2017 9:01:56 PM
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Yes, I agree. In free markets there are winners and losers and US semi management is losing.

photonic
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Re: That's BS. Most US semiconductor lost to Korea, Taiwan ,not China.
photonic   1/7/2017 8:43:22 PM
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Absolutely true. US semi wanted asian market share, tax shelters and cheap EE's. Fabs? Too expensive. Too technical. US semi management has expertise in making money not making chips.

lilzz
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Re: I blame the bean counters
lilzz   1/7/2017 6:27:25 PM
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What's the big Fuzz??  China doesn't want to sell any chips to US market!

 

It only wants 75% self sufficiency at its own market. 

US market is owned by US companies!

Unless , US still want to be a hegemon, wants to own its own markets and others market.

 

 

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