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LCOLM PENN, Future Horizons, Sevenoaks, UK


Europe has always shown flair for design, and the design-orientated semiconductor sector – which comprises the IC design houses, chipless/IP (Intellectual Property) vendors, and the fabless IC community – has recently evolved into a major European success story, with Europe now taking a world-leading role. This paper examines trends in the fabless and foundry industry in Europe, and looks at the potential for growth in the future.

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