TG Daily spotted a report in the Taiwan Economic News that claims TSMC will start making 65nm Langwell chipsets for Intel during this quarter.
This chipset will support the Intel Moorestown design which is aimed squarely at the mobile internet device (MID) market. The Taiwanese newspaper also believes that TSMC will start making system on a chip devices for the Atom microprocessor.
Earlier this year, Intel and TSMC signed a memorandum of understanding to make SoC devices. TSMC is a "pure play foundry", meaning that it takes designs according to spec from companies without fabrication plants (fabs) and puts them together.