Intel flying to Taiwan to finalize TSMC 3nm orders

Posted on Friday, Dec 03 2021 @ 20:59 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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TSMC is reportedly doing pilot production of its 3nm manufacturing process. Citing a report from DigiTimes, WCCF Tech reports Intel is flying to Taiwan later this month to finalize its 3nm orders. It's believed Intel will also discuss potential 2nm orders with TSMC.
More interestingly, Digitimes's belief that Intel will also discuss cooperating with TSMC for the 2nm process is telling, since the Santa Clara, California company also has plans for its own 2nm node. Dubbed as 20A (angstrom), this technology might make its way to the production line in 2024, according to Intel's roadmap revealed in July this year.


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