Q: Who is Foxconn?
A: Founded in 1974, Foxconn is a global company having her footprints in most part of the world with more than 200 subsidiaries, campuses and offices around the world. It provides technological solutions to global leading consumer electronics branded customers. Foxconn is a global leader in manufacturing and technology services and is ranked No. 24 on the 2018 Fortune Global 500 with a revenue of $157 billions in 2017.
Q: What is Foxconn doing in Wisconsin?
A: In Wisconsin, Foxconn is building the FIRST and the only TFT Fab in America. This first and unique TFT fab will provide a platform for the academics, the research scientists and engineers to develop new generations of display technologies and solutions and advanced semiconductor packaging technologies on glass for America and in America. In addition, Foxconn is developing the largest advanced manufacturing and science and technology campus in the State of Wisconsin, which will create 13,000 high-value jobs with thousands of additional jobs to be created as part of the extensive supply chain supporting this significant project.
Foxconn is also building a robust artificial intelligence, 8K resolution and 5G wireless technology ecosystem in Wisconsin. It is our goal to foster, attract, and enable talents in Wisconsin to tap into the opportunities presented by this new ecosystem and by Wisconn Valley, which will be at the heart of technology development in the United States and around the world.
Q: What does Foxconn make?
A: Foxconn is a global leader in manufacturing services for the computer, communication and consumer electronics industry and it offers services to many of the leading U.S. and international household brands in electronics.
In Wisconsin, Foxconn will be producing LCD panels which will be used in a wide range of applications, including the latest generation televisions to self-driving cars, notebooks and monitors, and in the fields of education, entertainment, healthcare, advanced manufacturing systems, office automation, interactive retail, and safety, among many others. The Wisconsin campus will provide a platform for the development of next-generation hardware and solutions as part of the AI 8K+5G ecosystem.
Our campus will also be the center for research and development in new generations of display technologies and advanced semiconductor packaging technologies on glass.