Monday 20 November 2023
Weekly news roundup: Samsung reportedly to produce 4nm chips for AMD and other top stories
These are the most-read stories during the week of November 13-17:
Friday 17 November 2023
Samsung reportedly has obtained 4nm server chip orders from AMD
Samsung Electronics has reportedly obtained orders from AMD for 4 nm chip manufacturing services.
Tuesday 7 November 2023
MediaTek intros flagship 4nm smartphone SoC
MediaTek has announced the Dimensity 9300 - a new flagship mobile chip featuring a one-of-a-kind "all big core" design.
Thursday 5 October 2023
EDA companies gearing up for 4nm RFIC designs
Electronic design automation (EDA) companies have sped up their development of 4nm radio-frequency IC (RFIC) designs.
Tuesday 3 October 2023
Tenstorrent selects Samsung Foundry to manufacture AI chips
Tenstorrent, a startup that sells AI processors and licenses AI and RISC-V IP, has announced that Samsung Foundry has been chosen to deliver Tenstorrent's next generation of AI chiplets...
Monday 2 October 2023
MediaTek, Qualcomm to challenge Apple with new 4nm mobile SoCs
MediaTek and Qualcomm are expected to launch new flagship mobile SoCs in October, marking the last time both SoC makers will use the 4nm process before switching to 3nm in 2024.
Wednesday 27 September 2023
Speculation suggests Qualcomm may launch 3nm chip earlier than expected
A screenshot of an email written by Qualcomm to Samsung Electronics has recently been circulated, showing that the company will offer its next-generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in two...
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...
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...
Monday 24 July 2023
Semiconductor equipment giants expanding investments in Taiwan to better serve TSMC ecosystem
TSMC's latest development roadmaps show its advanced manufacturing process technology will remain rooted in Taiwan, with not only its 2nm chip plant already under construction in...
Tuesday 18 July 2023
Samsung Foundry reportedly received 4nm AI chip order; advanced packaging may become bottleneck
Reports stated that due to Samsung Foundry's massive improvement in its 4nm process yield rate, it has already secured an AI chip foundry order from a major data center client.
Thursday 29 June 2023
Qualcomm, MediaTek race to 4nm for entry-level and midrange mobile SoCs
Qualcomm and MediaTek are in a race to migrate into the 4nm process for their midrange and entry-level smartphone SoCs, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 21 June 2023
JCET starts shipping 4nm chips with Chiplet technology
China's front-end process foundries are now limited to 14nm process, and at most, they can only develop 7nm chips with non-commercial mass production yields. However, China's three...
Wednesday 14 June 2023
AMD expands commercial Ryzen Pro processor lineup with new mobile and desktop series
AMD has introduced the Ryzen PRO 7040 series of mobile processors for high-end Windows 11 business laptops and mobile workstations, as well as the Ryzen PRO 7000 series of desktop...
Monday 12 June 2023
Alchip reiterates close collaboration with US clients
Taiwan-based Alchip Technologies, dedicated to supplying ASICs, has reiterated its close collaboration with significant North American clients, which will become evident in the third...
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