Internet of Things
Technologies are not just developing; they are becoming more integrated and interconnected. The accessibility, speed, and convenience that the Internet of Things (IoT) provide consumers are indispensable. With the rise of smarter devices such as smartphones, autonomous vehicles, and other portable machinery across different industries, the demand for semiconductor materials to enable production, expansion, and product innovations also grows.
Communities are beginning to build and adapt to smart cities and the high-technology infrastructure they provide. This smart city landscape provides an opportunity for semiconductor providers and electronic manufacturing services to supply enhanced microprocessors, , and sensors for a more improved and integrated connectivity across devices.