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TSMC slashes 20nm and 28nm pricing by up to 10 percent

Posted on Wednesday, July 15 2015 @ 14:02:07 CEST by


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Industry sources confided to DigiTimes that TSMC has lowered its pricing to secure orders from major clients like Qualcomm and MediaTek. The site claims pricing on 20nm and 28nm process technologies was cut by 5-10% and says the move is also aimed at boosting TSMC's utilization rate on these nodes to over 80 percent.

TSMC's utilization rate for 28nm and 20nm reportedly fell as low as 70 percent and 60 percent, respectively, in Q2 2015 due to lowered smartphone demand.
Decelerating smartphone demand has discouraged chip providers from placing orders with their foundry partners since the second quarter, the sources said. Foundries like United Microelectronics (UMC) and Globalfoundries have seen their 28nm customers cut orders particularly for baseband chips, the sources indicated.

Also facing a cutback of orders from its key mobile chip clients, TSMC has lowered its wafer quotes for 28nm and 20nm process technologies as much as 10%, the sources suggested.




 



 

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