The Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) has appointed AMD’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, as the first official chairwoman. On the other hand, Simon Segars, the CEO of ARM Technologies, has been appointed as the vice-chairman of the Alliance.
I’m very honored to be named as Chair of GSA Board of Directors and look forward to working with my fellow Board members to execute the expanded GSA vision.
– Lisa Su.
The GSA is an alliance of the top semiconductor companies, with members representing over 30 countries and 350 corporations. GSA aims to help the semiconductor industry grow further, by collaborations and collective-decisions of the top minds in the semiconductor industry. AMD’s Lisa Su is now going to be leading the Global Semiconductor Alliance, and we hope she does great things for the GSA as she did for AMD.
Su played a key role in the rising of AMD back into the top charts of the semiconductor industry. According to Su, the GSA will work towards the betterment of growing industries, such as AI, 5G networking, cloud computing, etc.
Semiconductors are crucial drivers for a variety of industries and rapidly growing markets such as AI, IoT, automotive, big data, cloud computing, and 5G. This industry is going through radical growth and transformation which demands new and different thinking, including an emphasis on stronger collaboration across the entire ecosystem to increase our pace of innovation.
This means big things for AMD as well. With new AMD CPUs and upcoming GPUs, AMD is a force to be reckoned with in the technology industry. We’ll see what this means for us consumers as time goes by.