Intel has delayed outsourcing its 3nm chip production capacity to TSMC to the second half of 2023. The production was previously moved from the second half of 2022 to the first half of 2023.
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Intel announced its partnership with Taiwanese chipmaker, MediaTek. It will, thus, produce chipsets using Intel Foundry Services for MediaTek's smart edge devices and provide production capacity.
TSMC has unveiled plans to build four new chip fabrication plants in Taiwan. The news comes days after Samsung unveiled plans of investing $355 billion in the chip manufacturing business.
Apple and Intel are lining up to be the first customers when TSMC's 2nm chips (N2) will be manufactured at scale in early 2026. The process will also mark TSMC's strategic shift in node development.
High demand for tech and supply chain chaos has resulted in chip shortages across the world. However, companies can't make more chips since now they are facing a shortage of chip-making tools.
Intel and Micron CEOs have urged the US Government for granting subsidies under the CHIPS Act. Intel's previously announced plans, however, depend on whether the government grants this or not.
Leading foundries of silicon wafers and manufacturers of CPUs, chipsets, and SoCs, have come together to form UCIe, an alliance to standardize die-to-die interconnects for chipset designs.
The EU Commission has announced a comprehensive set of measures called the "European Chips Act" that will bolster Europe's semiconductor chip-making capabilities while reducing dependency on Asia.
China could catch up with industry leaders in semiconductor technology in around 10 years, according to an analyst from IDC. The country can currently produce 14- to 16-nanometre chips.
Intel is the first chip maker that has placed an order for ASML's High-NA Twinscan EXE:5200 scanner that will allow the company to start using its 18A (1.8nm) fabrication tech starting 2025.
By 2023, Apple will reportedly be transitioning to 3nm silicon from the current 5nm process. TSMC plans to manufacture the silicon chips for Apple's third-generation ofApple Silicon-based Macs.
Chinese tech giant Tencent has revealed that it has a long-term plan for semiconductor chip manufacturing. The company has also reportedly developed three chips till now and plans to develop more.
The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has put out a statement that it will try not to leak sensitive data as part of complying with a request from the US for greater transparency.
TSMC has said it suffered from a gas contamination leak where it manufactures chips for Apple. It has rectified the issue and shouldn't cause a big impact but it needs to perform follow-up checks.
The industry is currently struggling with a global chip supply crisis but Goldman Sachs' Andrew Tilton believes that things will soon be better as we move into the second half of the year.
The world's largest contract chip manufacturer has announced the development of a new material that is more efficient than silicon and will one day enable the production of 1-nanometer chips.
A new report suggests that Apple is working with chipmaker TSMC on developing ultra-thin micro OLED displays - along with Micro LED displays - for use in form factors such as AR glasses.
The Taiwanese semiconductor company began its 26th Technology Symposium today by talking about its forthcoming processor technologies, and revealed that 3nm process nodes are coming in 2022.
Huawei has confirmed that the Mate 40 series will be the last flagship smartphone from the company to feature a high-end Kirin processor when it debuts later this year due to the U.S. export ban.
A leaked roadmap suggests that Qualcomm could be readying a top-of-the-line Snapdragon 875G SoC built on Samsung 5nm EUV node. The roadmap also hints at the release timelines for some MediaTek SoCs.
Huawei has cut down on component orders to its suppliers as it looks to delay the launch of the Mate 40 series this year by 1-2 months following a supply chain disruption due to the U.S. export ban.
At Huawei's annual analyst summit, the company's rotating chairman Guo Ping has hit back at the U.S. government for the export ban and said that the company's survival is at stake due to the move.
TSMC has stopped taking new orders from Huawei. It would still be supplying the company with the chips for the orders that it had taken before the ban provided they could be shipped by Sept.
China has asked the United States government to stop being unreasonable following the latter's attempts to prevent Huawei buying chips from international firms such as Taiwan's TSMC.
The U.S. Commerce Department has amended an export rule to "strategically target Huawei's acquisition of semiconductors that are the direct product of certain U.S. software and technology."
Samsung will be fabricating Qualcomm's recently announced Snapdragon X60 5G modem on its 5nm foundries. It won't be the sole manufacturer though, with TSMC also fabricating the chip in its foundries.
AMD has announced it will work with TSMC to produce its 7nm chips, while GlobalFoundries says it will stop working on 7nm technology due to high cost and inability to keep up with competitors.
7nm EUV production is slated for 2H-2018; 5nm and 4nm nodes are on track for production in 2019 and 2020. 3nm node is being developed using Gate-All-Around Field-Effect Transistor (GAAFET) technology.
The next-generation chips for new iPhones, supposedly called the A12, will use a 7-nanometer design for more efficiency than existing processors, enabling devices to run apps faster and last longer.
TSMC has been in the news a lot lately, and for all the right reasons. In addition to the usual suspects, Chinese chip manufacturers are set to tap TSMC's 7nm process for their next-gen AI chips.
Wafer-on-Wafer tech could lead to faster GPUs with high-speed, low-latency interconnects; 7nm node hits volume production; 7nm+ node and 'risk production' on 5nm node on track for H1-2019.
Samsung has reportedly kicked off the manufacturing phase for a hardware product intended for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency mining as part of its contract with TSMC Taiwan, a provider of mining tools.
According a recent report, models of the iPhone have different versions of the A9 chip powering them, produced by either Samsung or TSMC. The Samsung version apparently leads to lower battery life.
According to a new report, Samsung managed to snatch another of TSMC's big clients. The South Korean company will build Qualcomm's upcoming high-end processors, the Snapdragon 820.
According to a new report from South Korea the two companies will once again work together, with Samsung pegged to ship 75% of the chips Apple needs for its next generation of iPhones.
In what could be the start of a monumental partnership, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has delivered its first shipment of microprocessors to Apple.
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