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Collaboration is a powerful tool in accelarating innovation. The benefits are even greater when whole supply chains 'cluster' in the same location, breaking down the barriers created by geography and time zones. Silicon Valley in California is a prime example of how the benefit of clustering can propel an industry to a global platform.
Compound semiconductors are much more complex than long established Silicon technology. Our highly integrated Wales cluster will guide you from concept to production - whether you're an SME or a global, household name, we'll support you when designing new material through to manufacturing.
MicroLink Devices UK are part of an elite group of Wales-based companies and academics who are harnessing the power of the one of the world’s most important emerging technologies: compound semiconductors.
Wrexham Glyndŵr University isn’t just building a bridge between academia and industry - it’s laying down a superhighway. Its state-of-the-art OpTIC Technology Centre in St Asaph has created a hi-tech home for start-ups in North Wales.
SPTS Technologies, a KLA company, designs and manufactures the wafer processing equipment used by major players in the global semiconductor industry — and the company has built up strong links with Welsh universities to aid both research and recruitment.
Microchip Technology Caldicot Ltd. specialises in taking semiconductors and turning them into the modules that form the building blocks of modern technology.
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Welsh Government has staff and offices in locations around the world and they're ready to talk to you about setting up operations in Wales. You'll find our worldwide office locations, along with contact details, on our contact page.