The powerful microelectronics ecosystem in Spain becomes visible in the new PERTE Chip’s website
Born as a contact and information point for companies, universities and R&D centers.

On the first anniversary of the approval of the PERTE Chip, the Government has launched the website of the strategic project of Microelectronics and Semiconductors as a centralized information point for the industry in Spain. It includes a register of companies, R&D centers and universities dedicated to a leading industry, a directory of actions and a call for grants.

It was built with the aim of giving visibility to the players that make up the ecosystem in Spain and to highlight the country's strategic assets in areas such as RISC-V architecture, integrated photonics and quantum chips, among others.

The launch of the PERTE Chip website is an initiative of the First Vice President andMinister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calviño. She promoted the initiative after the meeting held with the industry in November 2022 to establish synergies between the actors in this field. The website is expected to become a useful tool to meet the objectives of this country project driven by the Government that aims to strengthen the strategic autonomy of Spain and theEU in chips, reducing their dependence on the current players.

The web site also provides information on the Sociedad Estatal de Microelectrónica y Semiconductores (SEMys), which acts as the technical office of the Special Commissioner for semiconductors, Jaime Martorell, and which was set up to promote the growth of the existing industry in Spain.

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