July 21, 2020


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Make Possible a Better Future


by Applied Materials Blog

Jul 21, 2020

Today, Applied Materials president and CEO Gary Dickerson delivered a keynote address at the 50th annual SEMICON West and unveiled how Applied is expanding the scope of its environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitments with a series of 10-year initiatives that will be driven within the company and in collaboration with suppliers, customers and the computing industry.

Furthering Applied’s new vision to “Make Possible a Better Future,” Gary introduced a framework for generating positive ESG impact at the company, in the industry and throughout the world. He also illustrated new ways Applied is accelerating power, performance, area-cost and time-to-market (PPACt) of semiconductors in the AI Era.

Watch the full video replay here:


Tags: SEMICON West, Make Possible a Better Future, ESG, Environment, social, sustainability, governance, AI Era, PPACt

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