TSMC Gears Up For Trial Production Of 2nm Chips For Apple & Nvidia
TSMC to Deploy 1,000 Researchers to Fab 20 Plant in Taiwan, Aiming for Mass Production in 2025.
TSMC, the renowned chip manufacturer, is making significant strides towards trial production of cutting-edge 2-nanometer chips for tech giants Apple and Nvidia.
In preparation for this groundbreaking venture, the company is dispatching a team of 1,000 researchers to its Fab 20 wafer fabrication plant. Located in the Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park, Taiwan, this state-of-the-art facility is currently under construction.
By the year 2025, TSMC plans to initiate mass production of its highly anticipated 2nm products. These revolutionary chips are expected to outperform their 3nm counterparts by 10-15% in terms of speed while operating at the same power voltage. Furthermore, they are projected to consume 25-30% less power compared to the 3nm chips, provided they operate at the same speed.
TSMC is sending 1,000 researchers to its Fab 20 wafer fabrication plant for trial production of 2nm chips for Apple and Nvidia.
The facility, situated in Taiwan's Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park, is still under construction.
Mass production of 2nm chips is set to commence in 2025.
TSMC's 2nm chips are anticipated to be 10-15% faster than 3nm chips at the same power voltage.
The 2nm chips are expected to consume 25-30% less power than 3nm chips if they operate at the same speed.