MediaTek launched Helio P60
Published in Mobiles

Helio P70 coming

MediaTek has announced the successor to the Helio P30, and the brand number has doubled. Meet the Helio P60, an octa device with Cortex A73 and Cortex A53 combination.

TSMC starts work on new 5nm plant
Published in Processors

 3nm will be on the same site in 2020

TSMC will break ground this week for the construction of its new 5nm fab in the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP), where its 3nm fab is believed to see construction start in 2020.

TSMC revenues to grow by at least ten percent this year
Published in Processors

Taken all of the world’s 7nm process fabrication orders

TSMC will see its revenues grow 10-15 percent in 2018, thanks to high-performance computing, automotive electronics and IoT applications.

TSMC might outpace Samsung on 7nm
Published in Processors

Secured orders from 40 big customers

TSMC is set to take Samsung to the cleaners this year in the race to 7nm process volume production.

Nvidia will have two big GPUs in 2018
Published in Graphics

Ampere and the gaming GPU

There have been many reports that Nvidia’s next generation technology will be codenamed Ampere and we want to set one thing straight. The successor of Volta is an AI/ML chip and not a GPU - just like Volta never was.

Apple will create its own power management chips
Published in Processors

Dialog faces night of the long knives

Yet another loyal Apple partner is suffering for failing to do what the company told it to do.

Qualcomm 7nm made by TSMC
Published in Mobiles

The one after Snapdragon 845

Korean based Etnews has mentioned that Qualcomm 7nm manufacturing has been a big win for TSMC while two other US and China customers chose Samsung’s 7nm. TSMC traditionially have dibs on Nvidia and MediaTek too. 

7nm mobile SoCs to arrive in late 2018
Published in Processors

Volume shipments in early 2019

It looks like that you will see first 7nm SoCs in the second half of 2018 and currently all the major players are working on designs.

TSMC sees growth and new processes
Published in Processors

Reveals cunning plans

TSMC has revised its 2017 forecasts for global foundry to seven percent growth and thinks that the overall IC market will grow 16 percent.

TSMC sees profits down
Published in Processors
19 October 2017

TSMC sees profits down

Supply-chain inventory constraints

TSMC claimed that supply-chain inventory constraints hurt its net profit in the third quarter, although not as badly as many analysts had predicted.