SEMI Membership Benefits
Whether your focus is on semiconductors, flexible hybrid electronics, MEMS or display, or whether your company is a Fortune 500™ multinational corporation or a start-up, the benefits of SEMI® membership can help you grow your business. SEMI connects members to opportunities and information that advance sales, speed collaboration, and enable electronics innovation. Through activities, communities, programs, and events, SEMI helps members achieve together what each cannot do alone:
• Access global markets, customers, and investors
• Shape policies and regulations with collective action
• Solve pre-competitive issues through global communities and working groups
• Gain early visibility to inflections in technology markets
Connect to buyers and key decision-makers:
Influence through participation: SEMI members
Access support worldwide: With offices and staff
Member-only content: SEMI members have
Visibility: SEMI member company profiles are
Discounts: SEMI member companies and their
Exhibition Priority Points: Only SEMI members
Membership is open to all microelectronics companies including semiconductor, flexible hybrid electronics,display, MEMS, and related industries. Membership dues are based on combined annual sales revenues in these and other advanced technology supply chain areas. Start your online Membership Application. or contact your local SEMI office, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Global Sales and Services department at 1.408.943.6901
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Suppliers of equipment, materials, sub-assemblies, components and industry specific support products and services to semiconductor, display, MEMS, LED, flexible hybrid electronics and related industries are included.
Companies that design, manufacture, sell or distribute semiconductor devices, displays and related microelectronics are in this category. This includes, but is not limited to, integrated device manufacturers (IDMs), foundries, fabless, fablite, and IP design houses.
Organizations that are not-for-profit research, education, advocacy, or regulatory services, including libraries, consortia and academic institutions.
Includes companies that provide products and services to facilitate development of the ecosystem, but are not specific to, or a part of the manufacturing supply chain. Examples include publishers, freight forwarders and financial institutions.