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More automotive chipmakers seek foundry support amid tight capacity
Monica Chen, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES 0
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More automotive chipmakers have approached Taiwan-based foundry houses TSMC, UMC and Vanguard International Semiconductor (VIS) seeking capacity support to meet a ramp-up in automotive chip demand from automakers who are recovering from the pandemic-induced...

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Categories
Bits + chips IC design, distribution IC manufacturing
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automotive capacity demand electronics foundry IC PSMC TSMC UMC Vanguard International Semiconductor
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Photronics Semiconductor Mask Corporation Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company United Microelectronics Corporation Vanguard International Semiconductor