MICRO! - Sector Structure

Saxony's companies are active along all steps of the ICT value creation chain: They develop, manufacture, and promote integrated circuits, or serve as materials and equipment suppliers to the chip industry, produce and distribute electronic products and systems based on integrated circuits, or develop and promote software. 

Map "Microelectronics / ICT in Saxony" - Company Logos of Selected Firms

Source: Saxony Economic Development Corporation (WFS), Silicon Saxony e. V.

At a Glance - Microelectronics / ICT in Saxony

In Saxony, about 2,300 companies with a total of 60,000 employees are active along all steps of the ICT value creation chain: They develop, manufacture, and promote integrated circuits, or serve as materials and equipment suppliers to the chip industry, produce and distribute electronic products and systems based on integrated circuits, or develop and promote software. 

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