Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) Announces Recipients of Prestigious Annual Awards

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SAN JOSE, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – For more than a quarter of a century, the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) Awards have recognized the achievements of top-performing semiconductor companies in categories ranging from outstanding leadership to achievement financial, through general respect within the industry. We are proud to announce the recipients of the 2021 Awards honored at this year’s GSA Virtual Awards Ceremony which took place yesterday, December 9th.

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Dr. Morris Chang Award for Exemplary Leadership

The GSA’s most prestigious award recognizes individuals, such as its namesake, Dr. Morris Chang, for their outstanding contributions to development, innovation, growth and long-term opportunities for the semi-detached industry. conductors. This year’s recipient is Dr Walden “Wally” C. Rhines, President and CEO of Cornami, Inc.

Rising Women of Influence Award

This award recognizes and profiles the next generation of women leaders in the semiconductor industry who are expected to achieve leadership positions within their organizations. This year’s award went to Teresa McLaurin, Fellow and Senior Director of DFT Architecture at ARM.

Company Award:

Most Respected Semiconductor Companies

GSA members identified the winners in this category by voting for the industry’s most respected companies, judged for their vision, technology and market leadership. This year’s recipients include:

Most respected state-owned semiconductor company with over $ 5 billion in annual sales

Most respected state-owned semiconductor company with annual sales of $ 1-5 billion

Most respected state-owned semiconductor company with annual revenues of $ 500-1 billion

Most Respected Emerging Public Semiconductor Company with Annual Revenue of $ 100-500 Million

Most Respected Private Company

Best-Managed Semiconductor Companies

These awards stem from a broad assessment of the financial health and performance of public semiconductor companies. This year’s recipients are:

Best-managed semiconductor company with up to $ 1 billion in annual sales

  • FocalTech Systems Co., Ltd.

Best-managed semiconductor company with annual sales of over $ 1 billion

Start-up to watch

The GSA’s private awards committee, made up of executives, entrepreneurs and successful venture capitalists, chose the winner by identifying a promising startup that has demonstrated the potential to positively change its market or industry. through innovation and application to the market. This year’s winner is Menlo Micro.

As a global organization, the GSA recognizes outstanding companies headquartered in the Europe / Middle East / Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific regions having a global impact and demonstrating a strong vision, portfolio and leadership on the Marlet. Two prizes were awarded in this category:

Outstanding Semiconductor Company in Asia-Pacific

Outstanding EMEA Semiconductor Company

Analyst Preferred Semiconductor Company

Two Analyst Selection Awards were awarded based on technology and financial performance, as well as future projections:

  • Synaptic was chosen by Rajvindra Gill, Managing Director of Needham & Company, LLC
  • Wonder was chosen by Mark Lipacis, Managing Director of Jefferies, LLC

This year’s virtual ceremony brought together nearly 1,500 global leaders from the semiconductor and technology industries.

About GSA:

GSA is Where leaders meet establish an efficient, cost-effective and sustainable global high-tech ecosystem encompassing semiconductors, software, solutions, systems and services. An industry-leading organization that represents more than 25 countries and 250 member companies, including 100 public companies, GSA provides a unique and neutral collaboration platform, where global leaders interface and innovate with their peers, partners and customers to accelerate industry growth and maximize return on investment. invested and intellectual capital. GSA members make up 70% of the $ 450 billion plus semiconductor industry and continue to grow. For more information, visit Follow GSA on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and WeChat.

GSA contact:

Traci Brandon

(972) 866-7579 ext 151

[email protected]

Source: World Semiconductor Alliance