SkyWater, Minnesota’s Biggest Chip Plant, is Getting Even Bigger with a Third Clean Room

$170M Defense Department grant will help Bloomington chipmaker pay for expansion. 
SkyWater Technology Inc., the biggest maker of semiconductors in Minnesota, is adding a third clean room that will allow it to build smaller chips and ones designed for outer space.

Construction on the addition just started at the factory in Bloomington, a few blocks from the Mall of America. “It’s exciting to be putting shovels in the ground,” Tom Sonderman, SkyWater’s chief executive, said Monday. Read the article in the Star Tribune: >

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