Your membership in SEMI makes the industry stronger by inspiring and supporting innovation. Membership dues help to pay for workforce development, expos, standards, and R&D funded programs. Dues also help to drive growth, influence public policy, and facilitate executive-to-student mentoring. As a SEMI member, you’ll enjoy endless opportunities to connect, collaborate, and amplify your success on a global scale.
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Membership is open to all companies in the electronics manufacturing supply chain including semiconductor, flexible hybrid electronics, display, MEMS, sensors, and related industries. Membership dues are based on combined annual sales revenues in these and other advanced technology supply chain areas. Membership benefits are available to the company, any wholly-owned subsidiaries, and all employees.
Suppliers of goods and services to the global electronic product design and manufacturing supply chain. For manufacturing this includes equipment, materials, subassemblies, components and industry specific support products, and services to semiconductor, display, MEMS, LED, flexible hybrid electronics and related industries.
For the design ecosystem this includes providers of EDA software and hardware, IP, embedded software, design and verification services, software platforms used to build automation solutions, and design data management.
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, fab-lite, electronic design companies and software vendors that supply software to support design or manufacturing.
Includes companies that provide products and services to facilitate development of the ecosystem, but are not specific to, or a part of, the design and manufacturing supply chain. Examples include publishers, freight forwarders, financial institutions such as investment banks, venture capital firms, analysts and other professional services firms.
Organizations that are not-for-profit research, education, advocacy, or regulatory services, including libraries, consortia and academic institutions.