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TSMC Receives Additional $11 Billion Funding Under The CHIPS Act, 2nm Nanosheet Production By 2028 & Sub-2nm By End of Decade

TSMC Receives Additional $11 Billion Funding Under The CHIPS Act, 2nm Nanosheet Production By 2028 & Sub-2nm By End of Decade

TSMC has finally detailed its “US plans” as the Taiwanese giant. receives additional funding from the US under the CHIPS Act, Stimulating domestic developments.

TSMC wants to establish the US as the next “Taiwan”, the region to dominate semiconductors in a decade

In a TSMC blog, the firm revealed that it has signed a PMT agreement with the US Department of Commerce, which will give TSMC $6.6 billion under the CHPS Act. Additionally, the semiconductor giant has revealed plans for a third fab to be developed in Arizona, US, as the company continues to take keen interest in its processes, particularly in US-based fabrication facilities. TSMC says its total investment in Arizona will now equal $65 billion, the largest foreign investment inflow in the state's history.

CHIPS and the SCIENCE Act allow TSMC to make this unprecedented investment and offer our foundry service the most advanced manufacturing technologies in the United States.

Our US operations allow us to better support our US customers, which include many of the world's leading technology companies. Our U.S. operations will also expand our ability to advance future advances in semiconductor technology.

– TSMC Chairman Dr. Mark Liu

In addition, the Taiwanese giant has also detailed its plans for the manufacturing process at the Arizona fabs, with the first project taking advantage of 4nm technology in the first half of 2025. 2028, with the second facility in the region and 3nm mass production. Finally, for 2nm and above, the firm is also developing another facility, which is said to be operational by the end of the decade, sometime in the 2030s.

It seems that Taiwan is now far from the “technology transfer” issue, and the US will now play a major role in shaping the dynamics of future semiconductor markets. TSMC's US facilities will be important to tech behemoths like AMD and NVIDIA as domestic production will not only ensure a more reliable supply chain and be free from factors such as geopolitical tensions, making fab units more attractive to potential customers. shall be.

TSMC Arizona's first fab is on track to start leveraging production. 4nm technology in the first half of 2025.

The second fab will produce the world's most advanced 2nm process technology with next-generation nanosheet transistors, in addition to the previously announced 3nm technology, which will begin production in 2028. end of the decade. Each of the three fabs, like all of TSMC's modern fabs, will have a cleanroom area roughly double that of an industry standard logic fab.

TSMC PR

The timeline set by TSMC is compelling testimony because it shows that, for a decade, the parties plan to transition to full production, but the projected timeframe could be massively delayed, it said. Because political factors like regional disputes and economic problems come into it. Play. Moreover, we have seen engineers from Taiwan. Reluctance to act with US fabs in the past, so this is an issue that TSMC will have to address to ensure continued growth.

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