TSMC's boast that it is the first to commercialize EUV lithography is probably justified, according to analysts.
TSMC plans to hire 3,000 people, or about 5% of its current headcount, to support the company's business growth and technology development.
New chip architectures will drive semiconductors beyond what some see as a profound decline in Moore's law said CEOs of Arm, Micron and Xilinx.
By restricting exports of key chemical materials to South Korea, Japan has already done irreparable harm to the global electronics industry, at a pric...
Extreme ultraviolet lithography still faces reliability issues, but it's ready for volume use, Intel's EUV chief said
Headstart over TSMC could give Samsung a leg-up in the post-FinFET era
With yield woes contained, executives say the company will meet its holiday season target.
The Taiwan foundry sketched out a laundry list of processes and packaging options including a new N5P node at an annual event.
Samsung is starting to make chips in a 5nm EUV process, but gains are less impressive than past foundry nodes
The semiconductor roadmap could extend a decade to a 1-nm node or it could falter before the 3-nm node for lack of new resist chemistries