Intel completes 1.8nm and 2nm node development
Does not mean that it is good to go
Intel has completed development of its Intel 18A (1.8nm-class) and Intel 20A (2nm-class) fabrication processes for its Intel Foundry Services (IFS) division, Tom's Hardware says.
Buffett loses faith in TSMC
Cut its position in TSMC by 86 per cent
Warren Buffett's holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, cut its position in TSMC by 86 per cent according to a regulatory filing.
Fourth quarter of 2022 worst for CPUs in 30 years
Thus spake the great god Mercury
Beancounters sitting at the crossroads have declared that the fourth quarter of 2022 saw the biggest fall in PC processor shipments in three decades.
TSMC might cut 3nm charges
Price hikes look less likely
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that TSMC might reduce the cost of chips made using its new 3nm process rather than jacking it up as expected.
TSMC sees slow down in orders
Not even 3nm technology can save it
TSMC is seeing a slowdown in orders from its leading customers, affecting the company's results starting in the fourth quarter of 2022.
Huawei learns how extreme ultraviolet lithography works
China no longer depends on Dutch or US tech
Huawei is now able to create chips using extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUV) which means that it finally has a foot in the door of serious chip development.
TSMC starts 3nm semiconductor production
Having a party today
TSMC is flinging a party today to celebrate the opening of its 3nm semiconductor production.
TSMC's SRAM scaling slows
Chip price hikes expected
TSMC's SRAM Scaling has slowed tremendously and while new fabrication nodes are expected to increase performance, cut down power consumption, and increase transistor density prices are likely to rise.
TSMC will make 4nm chips in Arizona
Will be opened in 2024
TSMC has promised it will make 4nm chips at its semiconductor fab in Arizona, when it opens in 2024.
Next gen chips going to cost more
TSMC will increase its prices and laugh all the way to the bank
The next generation of chips made with TSMC's new tech will be much more pricy and this cost will be passed on to consumers.