TSMC produces 4-nano chips at its Arizona plant
Taiwanese semiconductor company TSMC plans to produce 4-nanometer chips at its Arizona plant in 2024, Bloomberg reported on the 1st (local time).
According to reports, TSMC’s semiconductor production plan has progressed considerably. Initially, SMC was planning to produce 5-nano chips at its U.S. plant.
TSMC is expected to officially announce the production roadmap next week.
U.S. President Joe Biden, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Jenson Hwang, CEO of NVIDIA, and Lee Ja-soo, CEO of AMD, will attend the meeting.
In particular, TSMC is expected to formalize its plan to build a 3-nano chip production plant in Phoenix, the U.S. during the event. TSMC founder Maurice Chang mentioned the possibility of building a 3-nano chip plant last week.
Bloomberg delivered the news and evaluated, “There is a possibility that the U.S. will have much more advanced semiconductor production capacity than expected.”
Currently, Intel is building its latest semiconductor production plants in Arizona and Ohio. The two plants will be in operation from 2024 and 2025, respectively.
Samsung is also building a high-tech semiconductor plant in Texas with the goal of operating in 2024.