2014 Outlook: An era of unprecedented change

Compiled by Pete Singer, Editor-in-Chief; Edited by Shannon Davis, Web Editor

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We asked leading industry experts and analysts to give us their perspectives on what we can expect in 2014. All expect it to be a banner year for the semiconductor industry, as the world’s demand for electronics continues unabated. However, most believe we are seeing an era of unprecedented change, driven by a shift to mobile computing, the Internet of Things, higher wafer costs and difficult technical challenges. To address these challenges, new levels of innovation and collaboration will be needed.

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