While Applied Materials’ ESG ratings are improving, we’re not satisfied yet. Our aspiration is to help drive the semiconductor industry into a leadership role on climate change and supplier engagement.
Recently I participated in an engaging panel discussion on the topic of “Driving Decarbonization in Turbulent Times and Beyond.” What was clear from the discussion is that many businesses are innovating to improve not only their footprint but those of their value chain—suppliers and customers, and that these efforts present tech companies with opportunities for innovation and differentiation.
Applied Materials employees responded generously during our annual North America Fight Against Hunger—a month-long campaign, held virtually this year, to raise funds to help alleviate hunger in communities where we work and live.
Applied Materials is a member of the new IBM Research AI Hardware Center—a new ecosystem of research and commercial partners collaborating with IBM to further accelerate the development of AI-optimized hardware innovations.
Applied Materials convened a panel of industry experts to explore trends and challenges for memory technology over the next decade—from continued scaling of mainstream technologies to developing new memory and computing architectures for Big Data and Artificial Intelligence.
Improving logic device power and performance as critical dimensions scale requires materials innovation at the lower level interconnects—and Integrated Materials Solutions can accelerate customer success.
As we head into the holidays and count down the final days to a new year, we enter a fun and rewarding season of giving at Applied Materials where employees connect with community issues and come together to help those in need.