Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 09/14/2023
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TSMC to invest up to $100m in chip designer Arm’s IPO Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world’s largest contract chipmaker, will invest up to $100 million in chip designer Arm Holdings’ initial public share offering, it said on Tuesday. SoftBank Group’s Arm Holdings, which launched the roadshow last week, aims to raise up to $4.87 billion in its U.S. IPO, according to a regulatory filing … [Nikkei Asia] Intel to sell 10% stake in IMS Nanofabrication to TSMC Intel said on Tuesday it has agreed to sell a stake of about 10% in the IMS Nanofabrication business to Tai ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 08/16/2023
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Intel scraps $5.4 bln Tower deal after China review delay Intel Corp scrapped its $5.4 billion deal to buy Israeli contract chipmaker Tower Semiconductor Ltd after their merger agreement expired without regulatory approval from China. U.S.-listed shares of the Israeli company fell about 11% in premarket trading. Intel, which had decided to buy Tower last year, will pay a termination fee of $353 million to the latter, the company said in a statement … [Reuters] Synopsys names insider Ghazi as CEO, forecasts stronger fourth quarter Chip design software company Synopsys on Wednesd ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 07/21/2023
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AMD will consider ‘other’ partner foundries to TSMC Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), a U.S.-based chipmaker and rival to companies like Intel and Nvidia, will consider diversifying its production and partner foundries, as they are currently dependent on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., a reliance that could cause supply disruptions in case of conflict between the U.S. and China. Lisa Su, chair and CEO of AMD, told Nikkei Asia while visiting Tokyo on Friday that the company will “consider other manufacturing capabilities” besides TSMC to make AMD-designed chips to “ensure that we have the m ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 07/13/2023
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Foxconn’s Change of Heart on Chips Is a Warning to India India has grand plans to become an electronics manufacturing hub. Given that level of ambition, we need to be prepared for setbacks — such as the news this week that Taiwan-based Foxconn would not, in the end, build a semiconductor factory in the western Indian state of Gujarat. This was a huge disappointment. Getting some semiconductor fabrication to happen onshore was a crucial part of India’s plans to create a homegrown, end-to-end electronics manufacturing supply chain. Those plans, it turns out, may have been both too ambitious ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 06/29/2023
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TSMC sending more workers to speed up building of new Arizona plant Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC said on Thursday it is sending more workers from Taiwan to the U.S. state of Arizona to help build a massive $40 billion factory to ensure its “fast ramp up”. The first Arizona chip fabrication facility, or fab, is scheduled to be operational by 2024. A second facility nearby that is expected to make 3 nanometre chips – the most advanced currently in production – is due to be up and running by 2026 … [Reuters] Samsung Plans 2-nm Mobile Chip Production by 2025 Samsung Electronics has ann ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 06/23/2023
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Micron to set up $2.75bn semiconductor facility in India Micron Technology has announced plans to build a $2.75bn semiconductor assembly and testing facility in the Indian state of Gujarat. The proposed facility will focus on the assembly and testing of both DRAM and NAND products to cater to domestic and international demand. Micron will construct the unit in two phases, with phase 1, which will include 500,000ft² of cleanroom space, expected to be operational by late 2024 … [Verdict] ASML to face new export restrictions to China as soon as June 30 The Dutch government is plan ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 05/23/2023
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Applied Materials to invest $4 bln in Silicon Valley chip research center U.S. semiconductor toolmaker Applied Materials Inc on Monday said it plans to spend up to $4 billion on a research center in the heart of Silicon Valley to speed up advances in semiconductor manufacturing. The center based in Sunnyvale, California, will come on line in 2026 and create up to 2,000 engineering jobs, said Applied, the world’s biggest maker of tools used in manufacturing chips. The facility will host about $25 billion of research work over its first decade, pulling together staff from research universit ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 05/17/2023
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Analog Devices Announces Investment of €630 Million in Next Generation Semiconductor R&D and Manufacturing Facility in Limerick Analog Devices, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADI), a global semiconductor leader, today announced a new €630 million investment at its European regional headquarters in the Raheen Business Park in Limerick, Ireland. The investment enables the construction of a new, state-of-the-art, 45,000 sq-ft Research & Development and manufacturing facility … [Business Wire] Chip Manufacturing ‘Ideal Application’ for AI, NVIDIA CEO Says Chip manufacturing is an “ideal application ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 05/11/2023
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ASML to set up new research facility in Eindhoven ASML is entering a new phase in its longstanding partnership with Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). This includes a jointly defined research program, the construction of a new ASML research facility on the TU/e campus, including the creation of a state-of-the-art cleanroom. The two parties have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop a 10-year strategic research roadmap in the fields of plasma physics, artificial intelligence, mechatronics and semiconductor lithography. The TU/e and ASML will invest “substantially and e ..read more
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Latest News from Semiconductor Industry – 05/02/2023
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Bosch to invest $1.5B into California semiconductor plant Amid a frenzy American manufacturing construction fueled by the CHIPS Act, German tech and consumer goods company Bosch plans to acquire the assets of Roseville, California-based chipmaker TSI Semiconductors, according to a company press release, while investing $1.5 billion into its existing plant. The parties did not disclose financial terms of the transaction, which is subject to regulatory approval. The acquisition will significantly expand Bosch’s global portfolio of silicon carbide, a semiconductor base critical for EV, solar ..read more
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