A U.S. semiconductor company based in Durham, N.C. and a global leader in silicon carbide (SiC) technologies, has selected the Marcy Nanocenter in Upstate NY to build its new SiC manufacturing facility, reinforcing New York’s position as a North American power electronics and radio frequency innovation hub. The company will create 614 full time jobs, invest $1 Billion in capital and help to strengthen the innovation economy in the Mohawk Valley with the help of a $500 million-dollar state investment. This project was made possible by infrastructure grants throughout several round of the CFA to make the Marcy nano site “shovel ready.”