Samsung Plans To Produce 2nd-generation 10nm Chips This Year

By 12:55 Mon, 02 Aug 2021 Comments

Samsung Semiconductor executives have held a special invite-only meet-up with potential recent customers in Silicon Valley. The reason behind the event is the announcement of plans for a recent and cheaper 14-nanometer manufacturing process.

Re/Code cited Kelvin Low, Samsung Semiconductor senior director, who also assumed that a second-gen 10-nanometer chipmaking technology will be operational later this year. The recent 10nm process will offer 10% better performance than the one before it.

The battle for the top spot in the mobile semiconductor sector is heating up. TMSC is rumored to have the majority of orders from Apple to create the recent A10 chip, but that might change if Samsung's plans for the second-generation 10-nanometer process become reality.

Samsung already managed to snatch the production of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chip from TMSC.




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