Apple and Broadcom signs a deal to produce components in the USA
Broadcom is an American tech company. Recently, Broadcom and Apple have signed a multibillion-dollar deal. The deal involves Apple’s components manufacturing in the US. Given the details of this deal, Apple will utilize the 5G radio frequency and wireless connectivity components of Broadcom. These include the FBAR filters. These filters are designed and manufactured in the United States.
Apple’s CEO has responded to this news in the following words: We are ecstatic to make promises that support American manufacturing’s inventiveness, creativity, and innovative spirit. Because we have a firm belief in the future of the United States, we will keep increasing our investments in the American economy and the technology that underpins all of Apple’s products.
The partnership between Apple and Broadcom dates back several years. Broadcom has previously provided Apple with chips for various devices like AirPort and iPhone 5S. Furthermore, the Cupertino-based firm noted that around 1,100 jobs in Broadcom’s Fort Collins FBAR filter manufacturing facility are supported by Apple. The collaboration will be further strengthened by investments in automation projects. Besides this, the firm will organize training programs for technicians and engineers.
Previously, Apple has committed that it will invest $430 billion in the United States economy in five years. Apple made this decision back in 2021. The recent investments are a part of this commitment. The business announced today that it is on track to reach its goal through capital investments, capital spending, direct spending with American suppliers, and more.
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