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The semiconductor manufacturing technologies have been evolving continuously since their invention. The semiconductor foundry industry, whose core business is contract semiconductor manufacturing service, is greatly influenced and shaped by the flow of these newly arriving technologies. This research applies the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) model to evaluate the strategic impact of new manufacturing technologies in the semiconductor foundry industry in Taiwan where the industry is in a global leadership position. The model incorporates the levels of overall competitive success, competitive goals, technology strategies, and emerging technologies. Relative impacts of elements in one level on its upper level are obtained by utilizing the inputs from experts of Taiwan semiconductor foundry industry. The results show the relative importance of competitive goals in the semiconductor foundry industry. Each competitive goal is aligned to the technology strategies as well as emerging technologies in the prioritized orders.
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- Strategic Planning: Evaluation of Emerging Technologies in the Taiwan Semiconductor Foundry Industry
Jonathan C. Ho
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