By Chester N. Kennedy — Domestic microelectronics manufacturing is key to our future economic prosperity and national security, but manufacturing has largely migrated overseas.
The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded BRIDG a major federal defense contract valued at $7.5 million to develop a secure digital twin for semiconductor capability.
BRIDG has embarked on an exciting sustainability initiative that enables us to save millions of gallons of water – and tens of thousands of dollars.
With SUSS MicroTec tools onsite at BRIDG, this collaboration adds capabilities that enable customers to design systems at the cutting edge of performance.
In continued support of the Central Florida STEM talent pipeline, BRIDG has welcomed two new fab interns from the Valencia College Mechatronics Program.
BRIDG will provide a new technology for next generation microelectronic multi-chip systems that will strengthen national security and cyber resiliency.
BRIDG is pleased to announce the recent addition of Brian Sapp as the senior director of technical performance and partnerships.
Technology development and the execution and demonstration of new technologies and tools will drive 200mm processing technology to the next level.
Advanced system integration technology offers the most affordable path to ensuring Moore’s law — the long-running trend of the number of transistors on a chip doubling every two years while the costs are halved — continues as we move into the future
As we start the new year, it is important that we take time to reflect upon the last year and the incredible success achieved at BRIDG.