TSMC to start mass production of processors using technology +7nm for Apple A13 and Kirin 985

HiSilicon Kirin 980

The company announced the TSMC officially about to start mass production of chips using the technology of 7 nm new improved. It should be noted that this is the first time that the Taiwanese company manufacture the products using the technology of EUV resists, which makes them take a step ahead to compete with Intel and Samsung.

According to reports from China, you’ll encounter company TSMC to manufacture processors to buy Huawei will use new manufacturing technology for processor HiSilicon Kirin 985 expected with series phones, Huawei Mate 30 Series. Will also use the manufacturing technology +7nm new manufacturing processor Apple A13 from Apple with the understanding that he will use this processor in the phones iPhone New coming in the second half of this year.

Explained company TSMC already that it will continue to manufacture processors and tortillas other to buy the Huawei, although the trade war between China and the United States of America. And since they are a Taiwanese company and not Chinese, it has entered into agreements separate business with all of the financial power of the majority and not affected by any of the continuing issues.

In the note, the company announced TSMC also about their future plans. It begins currently in pilot production for products using the technology of 5 nm with the technology of EUV resists, and must reach the stage of mass production in the first quarter of 2020 so you can processors manufactured using modern technology from reaching the market by the month of June of the same year.

Currently being converted the location of a new factory in a science and Technology Park in Taiwan and obtain new facilities for the manufacturing process. Gonna start a factory the research and development of the old in preparation for manufacturing technology and 3nm. In addition to the current plans, there are also plans to move to manufacturing technology is 6 nm, which should be seen as the upgrade of manufacturing technology +7nm which is being used already now.


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