TSMC prepares to transition to 3nm technology

TSMC prepares to transition to 3nm technology

Apple M1 Mah processor Apple says it is preparing to transition to 3nm technology from TSMC as early as the end of this year, or in 2023.At the same time DigiTimes reports that TSMC is ready to transition to 3nm process for mass production in the second half of the year.
The company is also on track to move to more advanced versions of the 3nm process in the same timeframe.TSMC CEO Sisi Wei said during an April financial report that demand for 3nm chips is fueled by both high-performance computing and smartphones.
The company also sees continued strong interest in 3nm chips from the consumer segment.Initial production volumes for 3nm norms will be 30,000 to 35,000 pancakes per month.
Already in April TSMC will provide the first 3nm chips to Apple for iPad production.Last November it was reported that the third generation of custom chips for Apple will be produced using TSMC's 3nm process.
These chips will contain from four to 40 cores.
In addition, Intel will also be among the first recipients of 3 nm products.

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