Bringing Memory Manufacturing Back to the U.S.
Diversified Fluid Solutions attended the recent ground-breaking ceremony for Micron's new advanced memory chip fab in Boise, Idaho. Micron's announcement of the approximately $15B project was welcome news to many local residents and businesses like DFS. The new memory fab project represents the largest private investment ever made in Idaho and will be part of a larger investment by Micron to bring new leading-edge memory manufacturing back into the United States.
According to a Micron press release, "with the anticipated federal grants and credits made possible through the CHIPS and Science Act as well as the incentives provided by the state of Idaho and the support of the governor, the new fab will create over 17,000 new American jobs, including approximately 2,000 direct Micron jobs, by the end of the decade."
The new manufacturing facility will be the first new advanced memory chip fab built in the U.S. in 20 years and will join Micron's existing R&D facilities on the Boise campus, known to be Micron's corporate headquarters.
As a proud supplier of systems to Micron, DFS shares in the anticipation of this new project. We look forward to playing a crucial role in the larger build-up of US-based semiconductor manufacturing, to help ensure domestic supply by providing key players like Micron with our ultra-high-purity chemical and gas blending and distribution systems.
Diversified Fluid Solutions designs and manufactures a wide variety of flexible, scalable precision semiconductor gas and chemical blending and distribution systems. In addition to mission-critical systems, DFS offers field support services, controls integration and technical expertise to meet highly stringent manufacturing process applications needs. We have thousands of installations of high-purity fluid management systems with advanced state-of-the-art instrumentation, integration and control. We are dedicated to, and focused on, serving the semiconductor industry. DFS gas and chemical systems increase process windows, improve process yields, optimize floor space, minimize downtime and generally lower overall operations costs.