NVIDIA signed deal with TSMC for next-gen process capacity

Posted on Friday, Jan 22 2021 @ 11:49 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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While current NVIDIA Ampere GPUs are made by Samsung's foundry, DigiTimes reports at least some future chips will once again be fabbed by TSMC. The Taiwanese tech site picked up rumors that both NVIDIA and Qualcomm booked capacity for an unidentified next-gen process:
Nvidia, Qualcomm reportedly seeking TSMC support for next-generation manufacturing processes: Nvidia and Qualcomm reportedly have already reached agreements with TSMC for capacity support from its next-generation manufacturing processes, and with orders from Intel, Apple and AMD, the Taiwanese foundry house is expected to enjoy growth from 2021 to 2025, according to sources from the semiconductor industry.


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