Samsung Foundry’s 4nm Yield Reach 70 Percent, Aiming To Match TSMC’s Output To Attract More Clients; 3nm GAA Node Seeing Improvements Too
In addition to mass producing its Exynos 2400 on the 4nm process, Samsung also aims to take orders from new clients, such as AMD. According to Chosun, AMD’s Zen 5c chips are said to be mass produced on the 4nm node, and assuming that Samsung can deliver as promised, there is the possibility of forming a new partnership with the Korean giant’s cutting-edge 3nm GAA technology. Kim Yang-paeng, an expert researcher at the Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade, said that Samsung has a golden opportunity to increase its market share here.
A previous report said that Samsung’s current 3nm GAA yields stand at 50 percent, and for the company to start receiving orders on this manufacturing process, that figure needs to be increased to 70 percent. Individuals close to the industry believe that Samsung’s 3nm GAA process is close to reaching that 70 percent mark and companies such as Qualcomm may receive a healthy confidence boost when testing out samples. According to one rumor, the San Diego firm’s upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 will be mass produced on TSMC’s N3E process, but a future decision can change.$Taiwan Semiconductor(TSM.US)$$NVIDIA(NVDA.US)$$Direxion Daily Semiconductor Bull 3x Shares ETF(SOXL.US)$
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