First 2nm chips could debut in the iPhone 17 Pro in 2025
It says its monolithic designs could reach 200 billion transistors by 2030
The costs of producing 2nm chips
TSMC thinks N3P will outperform 18A, but Intel will introduce gate-all-around first
The A17 Pro in the iPhone 15 Pro is built using TSMC's 3nm process node
TSCM is very confident about its upcoming chip production processes
The ecosystem for the new process is almost ready, with a few missing bits here and there
Pre-production reportedly starting at Zhuke plant in Baoshan with help from Nvidia's DGX H100
"What if I told you..."
Rapidus and IBM want to catch up to TSMC
Forward-looking: During Samsung's Foundry Forum 2022, the company revealed a roadmap for processor sizes within various Samsung devices. Samsung Foundry's presentation went in-depth regarding the next five years of the roadmap, giving enthusiasts a glimpse into the near future of mobile computing.
Something to look forward to: As the new Ryzen 7000 series processors reach store shelves, with RDNA 3 right behind it, AMD has fully adopted 5nm processors for their products. However, the company doesn't plan on staying at 5nm for long. Team Red intends to meet with TSMC to negotiate future 2nm and 3nm chip supplies.
Five N3 nodes in three years
So much for Intel's plan to lead process technology by 2025
Pushing the envelope of semiconductor manufacturing
Moore's Law is almost dead