According to EETimes, TSMC said that https://www.lead4pass.com/300-208.html its 10nm process is “totally on track” and will contribute to sales revenue in the first quarter of 2017. The update comes directly from TSMC’s Corporate Communications senior director, Elizabeth Sun.
Digitimes’ report last week said that it’s not just TSMC that has running into yield problems with 10nm chips. Samsung, which is also making 10nm chips for Qualcomm and for itself, was said to be experiencing similar issues.
EETimes notes that TSMC is also busy developing mobile chips for the future, including 7nm, 5nm, and 3nm technology. The company says it’ll start on 7nm chips in 2017, and 300-208 pdf then 5nm chips in 2019, to support smartphones and high-end mobile products that could offer support for VR and AR features. Chips built on 3nm process should be manufactured beginning in 2021.
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