Thursday 21 September 2023
Can 3nm SoCs save the mobile phone market?
The performance of the new A17 Pro chip used in the latest iPhone 15 Pro series will determine the potential success of 3nm SoCs, which may be critical in propelling the mobile phone...
Tuesday 19 September 2023
AI boom sparks silicon photonics applications
Silicon photonics technology was hotly discussed during the SEMICON Taiwan 2023. At the Silicon Photonics Global Summit held September 5 alongside the exhibition, I was invited to...
Thursday 14 September 2023
New iPhone processor an important step in commercializing 3nm process
The new iPhone processor, A17 Pro, represents a significant step forward in the commercialization of 3nm chip manufacturing technology, according to industry observers.
Thursday 14 September 2023
TSMC to fulfill more 3nm order commitments in 2024
TSMC has deployed 3nm process technology to mass production with Apple as its first customer, and is gearing up to execute more orders for 3nm chips from other key customers in 2024,...
Wednesday 13 September 2023
Taiwan initiates 10-year chip-driven innovation project to attract global talent, startups
Starting 2024, Taiwan will implement a 10-year chip-driven industrial innovation project aiming to attract young talent and startup teams from around the world to set up operations...
Wednesday 13 September 2023
Apple unveils iPhone 15 family
Apple has debuted the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, designed with aerospace-grade titanium that's strong yet lightweight to deliver Apple's lightest Pro models ever and iPhone...
Friday 8 September 2023
Competition for 3nm smartphone chips to start in 2024
With the unveiling of MediaTek's 3nm mobile SoC, the competition for next-generation smartphone chips is set to kick off in 2024.
Thursday 7 September 2023
MediaTek develops 1st chip using TSMC 3nm process
MediaTek has successfully developed its first chip utilizing TSMC's cutting-edge 3nm technology, taping out MediaTek's flagship Dimensity system-on-chip (SoC) with volume production...
Monday 4 September 2023
Where does Huawei's Mate 60 Pro SoC come from?
Huawei's Mate 60 Pro recently made an unexpected debut, sparking curiosity among Chinese consumers that the model might not necessarily carry truly top-notch SoC specs. In a public...
Tuesday 29 August 2023
TSMC foresees volume boost for 3nm chips with incoming Intel order
TSMC is unlikely to see a significant increase in 3nm chip orders until 2024, according to industry sources.
Monday 14 August 2023
Qualcomm reportedly halts chip development using Intel's 20A node
Qualcomm has has reportedly stopped chip development using Intel's 20A node, which may pose a challenge to the R&D and mass production of Intel Foundry Services' (IFS) highly-anticipated...
Wednesday 9 August 2023
TSMC unveils plan for JV foundry in Dresden
TSMC has announced that it will invest alongside Robert Bosch, Infineon Technologies, and NXP Semiconductors in European Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (ESMC) in Dresden, Germany...
Tuesday 8 August 2023
Samsung secures 3nm GAA new orders amid persisting foundry revenue challenges
According to Business Korea, there are rumors suggesting that Samsung foundry, including its System LSI division, may experience losses of up to 1 trillion KRW (approximately...
Monday 7 August 2023
Taiwan supply chain partners cautious about new iPhone sales outlook
All the new iPhone series for 2023 are very likely to feature Dynamic Island display technology, but Taiwanese partners in the supply chain, such as camera modules...
Tuesday 25 July 2023
TSMC deployments minimize geopolitical risks
TSMC's deployments have been designed to minimize geopolitical risks, according to industry sources. The world's number-one pure-play foundry house is leading in advanced chip manufacturing...
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DIGITIMES Research Special Report Databases
China smartphone AP shipments rise sequentially in 2Q23 and 3Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
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