Ohio’s Advantage Means American Success
Intel’s new Ohio semiconductor factories are celebrated nationally.
Reliance on semiconductors, a critical part of modern life, continues to increase. Yet production has decreased, straining the global supply chain. Fueled by our state’s resilient workforce, Intel’s new high-tech Ohio campus will combat future chip-related disruptions that have negatively impacted the security of millions of jobs and our nation while bringing jobs to Ohio and back to the U.S.
A deficiency in computer processors is disrupting military work, slowing productions at factories, and fueling kitchen table conversations in American homes. Despite its importance in the everyday use by Americans, only 12% of semiconductors were manufactured in the U.S. in 2020.