Danny Moreno, CEO of Wiyo and president of AESEMI, considers the economic approved PERTE necessary to build a strong and independent semiconductor ecosystem
The tenth strategic project to be launched by the government as part of the recovery plan will focus on developing the microchip and semiconductor industry,
Wiyo thanks the government for its commitment to the sector following the announcement of an $11 billion EERP for microchips
The company, as a founding member of the Spanish Semiconductor Industry Association (AESEMI), recognises the decisive impetus given by the Executive to the semiconductor industry
Danny Moreno, CEO of Wiyo and president of AESEMI, supports the creation of the economic approved PERTE, to promote the strategic industry of semiconductors in Spain
It aims to recompose the chip supply chain. The project is aligned with the EU’s plan for Europe to manufacture 20% of chips by 2023.
Wiyo is a Spanish Internet of things (IoT) start-up that created an intelligent tag to enable simple and efficient solutions in the world of automatic
Danny Moreno, CEO of Wiyo and president of the Spanish Semiconductor Industry Association, defends the need to drive Spain’s semiconductor sector.
Spanish microchip firms team up to boost a neglected sector Last November, four companies (Wiyo, Imasenic, Kdpof and ICMálaga) dedicated to the design of microchips
The main objective of the Spanish Semiconductor Industry Association is to boost the semiconductor sector in Spain. Next week, the Spanish Semiconductor Industry Association will