Taiwanese foundry TSMC revealed it expects its 10nm process will account for about 10 percent of its total revenue for 2017. This reflects a rapid ramp up as 10nm sales accounted for just 1 percent of Q2 2017 revenue. The ratio is expected to climb to 10 percent this quarter and accelerate further in Q4 2017.
There's also some word about 7nm and EUV:
As for TSMC's 7nm process development, volume production is set to kick off in 2018. The company has had 13 7nm tape-outs for mobile devices, with about half of the tape-outs for HPC designs, Wei said. The process has also received positive feedback from customers specializing in the development of mid-range and high-end smartphone chips, according to Wei.
TSMC has also been engaged in R&D for an improved version of the 7nm process using extreme ultraviolet (EUV), which will be ready for volume production in 2019, said Wei. As for 5nm, risk production is scheduled to start in the first quarter of 2019, Wei indicated.