We are on track
US chip group Intel is on track to deliver five upgrades to its advanced manufacturing process in four years, CEO Pat [kicking] Gelsinger said.
Sees a better future due to AI
Taiwan's TSMC said profit fell by a quarter in the third-quarter but said demand was picking up for its advanced semiconductors needed for cutting-edge AI applications.
Too expensive to use A17 Pro for vanilla iPhone 15
Apple is the first of many who started using the TSMC N3 3nm process for its latest SoC, and even for Apple, it is not easy to eat the manufacturing cost.
Intel has agreed to sell a stake of about ten per cent in the IMS Nanofabrication business to TSMC.
Looks like Apple was not the only fruit
It had been long claimed that the fruity cargo cult Apple had bought up all TSMC’s advanced chip manufacturing leaving Qualcomm out in the cold. But it seems that this is not the case.
Analyst says Apple is treated the same as everyone else
The Tame Apple Press has been telling the world+dog that TSMC is bending over backwards to keep Apple as a client with shed loads of sweeteners.
Might want to use it instead of TSMC
Nvidia CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang said he is open to using Intel Foundry Services to manufacture future GPUs, because it's seen the results of some test chips the company has produced on a future process node and they're looking good.
3nm processing wars
Samsung’s bottom line might get a boost from the fruity cargo-cult Apple’s decision to stick all its 3nm processing in TMSC’s basket.
Expect prices to be passed on to customers
According to DigiTimes, TSMC will charge an extra 30 per cent more for chips made in its American plants than those made in Taiwan.
Giving money to foreign companies much better than wasting it on health and social services
The European Union agreed a 43 billion euro plan for its semiconductor industry in an attempt to catch up with the United States and Asia and start a green industrial revolution.