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    The Future of Tomorrow: Powered by Semiconductors

    VanEck
    July 12, 2021
     

    Semiconductors are essential technology enablers that power many of the cutting-edge digital devices in use today. They are used in a variety of sectors such as data processing, communications, industrial, automotive, consumer and military/civil aerospace electronics. As a result, semiconductors are not only changing the way consumers use and interact with technology, they are also changing the way they invest.

    One of our latest papers, The Future of Tomorrow: Powered by Semiconductors discusses:

    • Economic moats enjoyed by semiconductors
    • The successful adaptation semiconductors have had to a pandemic driven economy
    • Why the current chip shortage has led to a supply/demand imbalance, which is expected continue into the foreseeable future

    Download Whitepaper - The Future of Tomorrow: Powered by Semiconductors

    Download Whitepaper - The Future of Tomorrow: Powered by Semiconductors

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