Opinion: TSMC is about a lot more for Arizona and America than we realize. Can we work in good faith to solve our differences amicably?Editorial board
The machines of the modern world are exquisitely small. They are labyrinths of multilayered transistors and electric circuits that in miniature rival the detail and design of sprawling metropolises.
To see these new devices in all their complexity — in their billions of components — you must put them under microscope.
Whisper thin and virtually weightless, these semiconductors and microchips are marvels that control and operate fighter jets and computers, cellphones and automobiles — virtually all of our modern electronics.
They are drivers of the present and the future and could become one of the most significant drivers of the Arizona economy if we don’t miss our moment.
Opinion: TSMC is about a lot more for Arizona and America than we realize. Can we work in good faith to solve our differences amicably?