Friday 29 March 2024
Sony opens new CMOS image sensor fab in Thailand
Sony inaugurated an expanded facility in central Thailand, which will make automotive CMOS image sensors (CIS), OLED display components for digital cameras, and laser diodes for high-capacity...
Friday 29 March 2024
SK Hynix to break ground for state-backed advanced Yongin memory fab in 1Q25
SK Hynix is slated to officially break ground in March 2025 for a new advanced memory plant in Yongin, South Korea.
Friday 29 March 2024
TSMC plans A14 process manufacturing in Kaohsiung, say sources
TSMC has revised its new fab project in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan, by adding two more phases of expansion for 1.4nm (A14) process manufacturing, according to sources at fab tool...
Wednesday 27 March 2024
Research Insight: Intel obtains subsidies but faces challenges
Vying for government subsidies would be the easiest assignment for Intel when it comes to expanding its foundry business, DIGITIMES Research believes.
Friday 22 March 2024
Vanguard International rumored to evaluate first 12-inch fab in Singapore
After experiencing inventory adjustments and a downturn in demand in the semiconductor market from the second half of 2022 to the end of 2023, Fang Leuh, the Chairman of Vanguard...
Wednesday 20 March 2024
SEMI expects record US$137 billion in 300mm fab equipment spending in 2027
Global 300mm fab equipment spending for front-end facilities is forecast to reach a record US$137 billion in 2027, after topping US$100 billion for the first time in 2025, driven...
Monday 18 March 2024
India roundup: India leaps forward in building semiconductor ecosystem
Three semiconductor projects, including one wafer fab and two ATMP/OSAT facilities, were inaugurated, marking a milestone for India on its way to building a semiconductor ecosystem
Thursday 14 March 2024
Modi inaugurates India's first commercial semiconductor fab in 30 years
The new fab kickstart India's grand plan to build a semiconductor ecosystem.
Wednesday 13 March 2024
Tata-PSMC wafer fab to produce first Indian chip by 2026
With the technology support from PSMC, Tata's wafer foundry, the first commercial fab in over three decades, is expected to be operational by the end of 2026, according to PSMC cha...
Wednesday 13 March 2024
India reportedly delays Tower Semiconductor fab project amid legal dispute
Recently, India approved three proposals to set up wafer fabs and ATMP/OSAT facilities. However, India has yet to clear Tower Semiconductor's proposal, reportedly due to legal entanglements...
Monday 11 March 2024
Top-5 wafer fab equipment makers see combined revenue slip 1% in 2023
At US$93.5 billion in 2023, the combined revenue of the top five Wafer Fabrication Equipment (WFE) manufacturers decreased by 1% annually due to sluggish memory spending, a macroeconomic...
Friday 8 March 2024
Fab overexpansion poses challenges for underperforming Chinese foundries
Industry sources pointed out that Chinese foundries' profits are being undermined due to fab overexpansion.
Thursday 7 March 2024
Germany in semiconductor spotlight with Taiwan in TSMC JV
Following the recent grand opening of Kumamoto Wafer Fab 1 by Japan Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing (JASM), a joint venture between TSMC and Japan's Sony, Denso, and Toyota,...
Wednesday 6 March 2024
Samsung reportedly renaming 2nd-gen 3nm process to '2nm' process
Samsung Electronics is reportedly renaming its second-generation 3nm process to "2nm process," with expectations to begin mass production in the second half of 2024.
Tuesday 5 March 2024
Tata fab in India to begin construction in mid-March, says PSMC chairperson
After announcing plans to set up fabs in Japan, Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp (PSMC) said it will assist Tata Electronics in building India's first 300mm wafer fab in...
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