After reports, TSMC today announced that its 3 nm technology has successfully entered mass production with good yields. This was announced at a topping ceremony at its Fab 18 new construction site in the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) today. Continue reading “TSMC begins mass production of 3nm chips”
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. will focus on offering 4-nanometer chips when its new $12 billion plant in Arizona opens in 2024. This is a change from what the company said publicly before, and it came about because US customers like Apple Inc. pushed the company to do so, Bloomberg reported today. Continue reading “Apple urges TSMC to produce 4nm chips in the U.S.”
According to the company’s founder, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) plans to deliver its most cutting-edge technology to Arizona. Continue reading “TSMC plans advanced 3nm chip production in Arizona”
According to Counterpoint’s Foundry and Chipset Tracker, global smartphone chipset (SoC/AP+Baseband) shipments fell 5% YoY in Q1 2022 due to seasonality, reduced demand in China following lockdowns, and excess shipping from several chipset makers in Q4 2021.
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At the TSMC North America Technology Symposium, the company showcased its advanced logic, speciality, and 3D IC technologies as well as N2 process powered by nanosheet transistors and the unique FINFLEX technology for the N3 and N3E processes. Continue reading “TSMC N2 2nm process tech in 2025; five 3nm process technologies announced”
TSMC is looking to begin commercial production of chips built on its 3nm process in Q4 quarter of 2022, according to the latest report from DigiTimes. The report adds that the initial capacity will be equally shared by Apple and Intel. Continue reading “TSMC said to begin 3nm chip production for Apple and Intel in Q4 2022”
Global chip manufacturer TSMC has reportedly secured their first contract for their upcoming 3nm chip process, and the first customer is none other than Apple. The company has been contracted to manufacture Apple’s future M series SoCs that will power the Macbooks and iPads in the future.
Continue reading “Apple reportedly secures contract for TSMC’s 3nm chips; Could be used in M-series chips in 2022”