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George Scalise. President Semiconductor Industry Association. Charter Members. Lansdale Semiconductor LSI Logic* Micron Technology* National Semiconductor* NVIDIA* ON Semiconductor Pixelworks PMC-Sierra QP Semiconductor QUALCOMM* QuickLogic Rambus Rochester Electronics

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George Scalise

President

Semiconductor Industry Association

charter members
Charter Members

Lansdale Semiconductor

LSI Logic*

Micron Technology*

National Semiconductor*

NVIDIA*

ON Semiconductor

Pixelworks

PMC-Sierra

QP Semiconductor

QUALCOMM*

QuickLogic

Rambus

Rochester Electronics

Texas Instruments*

Xilinx*

Advanced Micro Devices*

Agere Systems*

Altera*

AMI Semiconductor

Analog Devices*

Atheros Communications

Conexant Systems*

Eastman Kodak

Fairchild Semiconductor

Freescale*

IBM*

Integrated Device Technology

Intel*

International Rectifier

Intersil Corporation*

Jazz Semiconductor

*SIA Board Company

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Profile of the U.S. Semiconductor Industry

2005 Sales = $110 Billion

2005 World Market Share = 48.3% of $227.5 Billion Market

U.S. Jobs = 225,000*

Percent of Sales Outside U.S. Market = 77%

R&D Investment = $18 Billion, 17%*

Capital Equipment = $11 Billion, 10%*

Historically about 25-30 Percent of Revenues Invested in the Future

Source: SIA, U.S. DoL

* Preliminary Numbers for 2005

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Although 73% of U.S. chip industry sales are outside the U.S. market, U.S. chip companies currently have most of their facilities and employment in the U.S.

77% of U.S.-Owned Capacity in the U.S.

27% of Sales in U.S. Market

55% of U.S. Industry’s Worldwide Employment in North America

75 % of U.S. Industry’s Labor Compensation in North America

cost of 1mb dram 1974 2008
Cost of 1MB DRAM: 1974-2008

$/MB DRAM

Source: DQ/Micron/WSTS

it producing industries spur growth
IT Producing Industries Spur Growth

(50%)

Non-IT-Intensive Industries

(72%)

(25%)

Intensive IT-Using Industries

(25%)

(25%)

IT-Producing Industries

(3%)

IT Producing Industries are: Semiconductors, Computers, Communications, and Software.

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Brian L. Halla

Chairman of the Board,

Chief Executive Officer

National Semiconductor Corp.

we ve only just begun
We’ve Only Just Begun…
  • The Gold Rush is taking place…
    • in China
  • The next Gold Rush is coming...
    • in India
    • in Russia
  • The American Dream?
the perfect storm
The “Perfect Storm”...
  • AT&T break-up, Bell Labs’ demise
  • Shortened DARPA funding horizon
  • Declining foreign PhD candidate enrollment in U.S. universities
  • H1-B visa concerns limiting foreign PhD career paths in the U.S.
  • We have no new Sputnik threat
  • Emerging nations pushing R&D, taxincentives & stock options
  • U.S. falling behind in deployingnew technology
  • K-12 schools not filling the pipeline
  • Distracting priorities
competitiveness programs
Competitiveness Programs
  • Innovate America
  • Rising Above the Gathering Storm
  • TechNet Innovation Initiative
  • Losing Competitive Advantage
  • Tech Industry at an Innovation Crossroads
  • Tapping America’s Potential
  • Computational Science:Ensuring America’s Competitiveness
  • Sustaining the Nation’s Innovation Ecosystems
  • Choose to Compete
where we are going
Where We Are Going
  • Fabulous future for our industry
  • What’s needed:
    • Funding for basic research & universities
    • Access to the best & the brightest
    • Awareness of the role of technology
  • Leadership!