Chip war : the fight for the world's most critical technology / Chris Miller.

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    • Publication Information:
      First Scribner hardcover edition.
    • Abstract:
      Summary: An economic historian looks at the decades-old battle to control the microchip industry, which has emerged as the world's most critical resource, and how it will define the conflict between the United States and China in the upcoming decades.
    • Content Notes:
      Part I. Cold war chips. From steel to silicon -- The switch -- Noyce, Kilby and the integrated circuit -- Liftoff -- Mortars and mass production -- "I...WANT...TO...GET...RICH" -- Part II. The circuitry of the American world. Soviet Silicon Valley -- "Copy it" -- The transistor salesman -- "Transistor girls" -- Precision strike -- Supply chain statecraft -- Intel's revolutionaries -- The Pentagon's offset strategy -- Part III. Leadership lost? "That competition is tough" -- "At war with Japan" -- "Shipping junk" -- The crude oil of the 1980s -- Death spiral -- The Japan that can say no -- Part IV. America resurgent. The potato chip king -- Disrupting Intel -- "My enemy's enemy": the rise of Korea -- "This is the future" -- The KGB's Directorate T -- "Weapons of mass destruction" : the impact of the offset -- War hero -- "The Cold War is over and you have won" -- Part V. Integrated circuits, integrated world? "We want a semiconductor industry in Taiwan" -- "All people must make semiconductors: -- Sharing God's love with the Chinese" -- Lithography wars -- The innovator's dilemma -- Running faster? -- Part VI. Offshoring innovation? "Real men have fabs" -- The fabless revolution -- Morris Chang's grand alliance -- Apple silicon -- EUV -- "There is no plan B" -- How Intel forgot innovation -- Part VII. China's challenge. Made in China -- "Call forth the assault" -- Technology transfer -- "Mergers are bound to happen" -- The rise of Huawei -- The 5G future -- The next offset -- Part VIII. The chip choke. "Everything we're competing on" -- Fujian Jinhua -- The assault on Huawei -- China's Sputnik moment? -- Shortages and supply chains -- The Taiwan dilemma.
    • Notes:
      Includes bibliographical references (pages 357-412) and index.
      Adult Follett Library Resources.
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