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TSMC has already kicked off 3nm process R&D

TSMC is keen on keeping Moore's Law relevant

TSMC kicking off 3nm process R&D

Sep 19, 14:45

TSMC has already kicked off 3nm process R&D, according to Philip Wong, VP of corporate research at the pure-play foundry. And with the evolution of Moore's Law, the company could make 2nm or even 1nm node manufacturing possible, said Wong.

Pan-Moore's Laws to drive expansion in heterogeneous chips integration, says ASE COO

Sep 19, 16:00

The global semiconductor sector will experience constant quantitative and qualitative changes in the next 20-30 years, and heterogeneous integration will not be...

Top-5 vendors and top-3 ODMs see notebook shipments increase in August, says Digitimes Research

Sep 19, 11:30

The global top-5 notebook brands saw their combined shipments rise 5% on month and 2% on year in August, as both Europe and North America entered the peak season,...

Talent shortage facing Taiwan semiconductor industry, says TSMC chairman

Sep 19, 11:04

Moore's Law will continue to drive semiconductor industry growth in decades to come, but Taiwan's IC sector is in need of sufficient engineers to support its development,...

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