For now, Micron’s announcements are vague, but we should hear more details in the coming weeks.
Currently, only 2% of the global memory supply is manufactured in the United States – all manufactured by Micron, the company writes in the publication and notes that state support will allow Micron to significantly increase domestic memory production in the coming years.
As a result of these cross-partisan efforts to ensure our economic and national security, Micron has a historic opportunity to invest in bringing the most innovative, state-of-the-art memory manufacturing to the United States. We look forward to sharing more details about our plans in the coming weeks, the release said.
Micron believes the Chips and Science Act is an important step in securing the future of American semiconductor manufacturing and improving American innovation and competitiveness for years to come.
“These regulations will bring state-of-the-art semiconductor manufacturing to America, create tens of thousands of jobs and tens of billions of dollars in new investment, transform US semiconductor innovation and supply chain resilience,” Micron said. liberation
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