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Monday 15 April 2024
Samsung gets US$6.4 billion from CHIPS Act, promises to bring HBM and advanced packaging to Texas
The US Department of Commerce (DOC) and Samsung Electronics signed a non-binding preliminary memorandum of terms (PMT) on April 15 to provide up to US$6.4 billion in direct funding...
Tuesday 5 September 2023
Samsung donates US$3.7 million to Cockrell School, UT Austin for semiconductor talent development
To solve the talent shortage problem, Samsung Austin Semiconductor and the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) announced in the Semiconductor Day event in early September to...
Friday 7 July 2023
Volkswagen to test autonomous driving program in Austin with Mobileye's technology
Europe's largest carmaker is developing self-driving expertise in the US. Volkswagen Group of America announced that it has started a pilot autonomous vehicle (AV) program in Austin,...
Wednesday 14 December 2022
Samsung plans to add EUV team to Taylor site ahead of schedule to compete with TSMC
Samsung Electronics seems to be speeding up its efforts to fight back against TSMC in the US. Recently, it's been actively recruiting EUV talent, hoping to establish the EUV engineering...
Tuesday 20 September 2022
Incomplete factory engineering supply chain could slow new fab construction in Europe, US
Incomplete factory engineering industry supply chains, as well as insufficient manpower, could slow the construction of new wafer fabs in Europe and the US, according to industry...
Thursday 26 August 2021
Global NAND flash output value increases 10.8% in 2Q21, says TrendForce
The global NAND flash industry generated US$16.4 billion in output value in the second quarter of 2021, up 10.8% sequentially, according to TrendForce.
Thursday 1 July 2021
Automotive IC shortage starts easing
The shortage of automotive chips has begun to ease recently, buoyed by additional capacity support from foundries, according to industry sources.
Friday 16 April 2021
Samsung reportedly looking to outsource memory controller production
Samsung Electronics is looking to outsource the production of its memory controllers amid tight capacity at its own foundry, according to market sources.
Monday 18 May 2020
Samsung, Globalfoundries to see growing threat from TSMC
TSMC has an over 50% of the global pure-play foundry market, and the establishment of its new US fab could pose a further threat to Samsung's foundry operations and Globalfoundries,...
Thursday 3 August 2017
Commentary: Can Samsung Foundry unseat TSMC?
Samsung Foundry has unveiled an aggressive sub-10nm roadmap that scales down to 4nm, and claimed it is looking to unseat United Microelectronics (UMC) as the world's second-largest...
Wednesday 2 November 2016
Samsung Austin Semiconductor announces more than US$1 billion investment
Samsung Austin Semiconductor has announced plans to invest more than US$1 billion by the first half of 2017 to enhance its current system LSI production and meet growing demand for...
Wednesday 22 August 2012
Samsung Austin Semiconductor announces US$4 billion investment
Samsung Austin Semiconductor has announced plans to invest about US$4 billion to meet the rapidly growing demands for logic products. The funds will be used to renovate its existing...
Tuesday 6 December 2011
Samsung Austin Semiconductor ramps new 12-inch fab
Samsung Austin Semiconductor, Samsung Electronics' only wafer fabrication plant located outside Korea, has announced the completion of its 300mm automated fab, S2.
Friday 1 April 2011
Samsung Austin Semiconductor to add 300 jobs
Samsung Austin Semiconductor, Samsung Electronics' only wafer fabrication plant located outside Korea, has announced plans to hire 300 engineers and technicians in the first half...
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