Samsung laid out a plan on Tuesday Increase production of advanced semiconductorsIt aims to mass produce 1.4-nanometer (nm) chips by 2027. The technology giant is working to meet the demand for cutting-edge chips for high-performance computing, AI, 5G, 6G and automotive applications.
Earlier this year, Samsung launched Mass-produce chips using its 3-nanometer (nm) process tip, its most advanced technology for contract chip manufacturing. It plans to introduce a 2nm process in 2025.
Moreover, the company plans to expand its production capacity for advanced nodes more than 3X by 2027 compared to this year. By 2027, Samsung expects non-mobile applications — HPC, automotive and 5G applications — to account for more than half of its foundry portfolio.
Samsung plans to expand its Gate-All-Around (GAA)-based 3nm process support for HPC and mobile chips. The company also plans to diversify into a specialized 4nm process for HPC and automotive applications.
In August, Samsung said it would spend 20 trillion won by 2028, about $15 billion. Build a new advanced chip research campus In South Korea. Global chip shortages have been a boon for Samsung’s chip division over the past two years as customers stockpile inventory. The company’s chip division calculated Two-thirds of its operating profit in the second quarter of this year. Samsung saw its highest revenue in the quarter thanks to improved yield rates in foundry or contract chip manufacturing at the time.
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