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The 3nm chips of TSMC coming to the market soon

In the TSMC know that resort to many leading companies such as MediaTek, and Apple Silicon in terms of their chips and now the giant manufacturing semiconductor announced that it will start mass production of 3nm processors of the second half of 2022 (H2 2022).

Exclusive report the website Digitimes, reports that the CEO of TSMC in a Press briefing that was clearly recorded gains, confirmed that the company will start mass production of processors on the basis of the process of node 3 nm (N2) in the second half of this year.

At the briefing, mr. Wei reiterated that the last procedure, N3 of TSMC, the company is confident that the new node will be able to respond to the demands and requirements of consumers by providing highest power efficiency and support for higher computational efficiency than its predecessors. Mr. Wei also added that the company had received several expressions of interest and commitments to the technology N3 and the company expects more new tape-outs for the N3 for the first year compared to the N5 (5nm) and N7 (7nm).

Industry experts say that, as soon as the N3 come out in mass production, about 30,000 and 35,000 chip wafers N3 is expected to be made each month by the TSMC and delivered to its customers.

The great news is that according to Digitimes, Apple may be the first company that has the latest technology of TSMC. This is due to the fact that Apple said it will release a new iPad this year, equipped with Apple Silicon, which will be built in accordance with the standard procedure N3 of TSMC in the second half of 2022.

He wants more time for large-scale adoption of the new standard N3

But to say that you may not see wide adoption of the technology TSMC N3 even 2022, as well as the TSMC plans to increase production by 2023. The TSMC N3 could be presented in reputed chip’s Apple A17 Bionic in the iPhone series 15, as well as the chips Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 andMediaTek Dimensity 9200 for devices of 2024.

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