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CARY VANDENBERG, Communicant Semiconductor Technologies AG, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany


The semiconductor industry’s shift towards specialisation has thrown up some key issues which impact the supply chain. New business segments (foundries, fabless, design and IP) and changing business models call for new, improved supply chain strategies. e-business or extended supply chain issues and opportunities are of ever greater importance for foundries.

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