SEMICON Japan 2020 Virtual Set to Open


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SEMICON Japan 2020, the largest and most influential gathering of the electronics manufacturing and design supply chain in Japan, opens Friday as a virtual event with sustainable industry growth and the latest industry trends, developments and innovations in focus. Themed Enabling a Smarter World, SEMICON Japan 2020 brings together industry leaders and visionaries from across the electronics supply chain December 11-18 for insights into semiconductor industry growth drivers including artificial intelligence (AI), 5G and 6G, hands-free driving and quantum computing. Registration will remain open throughout the event.

The SEMICON Japan 2020 virtual exposition is expected to draw nearly 20,000 attendees and more than 170 exhibiting companies. The event will feature an industry outlook to help set the stage for the coming year as the world continues to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and smart technologies become increasingly important at home and in the workplace.

“SEMICON Japan 2020 marks the first time the event will go virtual,” said Jim Hamajima, president of SEMI Japan. “The online venue will enable attendees worldwide to easily, safely and economically participate in the event from their PC or tablet at any time of the day.”

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