Apple A-Series and M1 chip maker TSMC plans to make the so-called 3nm chip risk production later this year. A 3nm process will be used for future iPhones, although probably not until 2023.
Risk production is the stage where a foundry has carried out purely internal tests and believes it is now ready to test the process on a customer’s design to see if these can be successfully produced …
This phase can raise issues that need to be resolved before the chip maker can achieve the returns needed for mass production. A Digitimes report says TSMC expects to be ready for series production by the second half of 2022.
TSMC is on track to move 3nm process technology to risky manufacturing in 2021, followed by series production in the second half of 2022, according to the pure-play foundry.
“Our development of N3 technology is on track with good progress,” said CC Wei, CEO of TSMC, during the company’s earnings conference call on January 14. “We are seeing …
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