Samsung: “Things on the Foundry Side”

South Korean tech giant Samsung said during its first quarter conference call that the company is on the right track. assured. There were some rumors circulating on the Samsung side about both production issues and process delays. However, it is said that the efficiency in the 5nm node is fine and reaches the levels that Samsung expects.

On the other hand, Samsung acknowledged that its 4nm fabrication technology experienced some delays. Still, this technology has now entered the expected yield curve and things are going well. The company is also working on a new R&D line for the upcoming 3nm technology, but details were not provided.

As for DRAM products, there were rumors that the 12nm 1b process technology is facing some hurdles and the company will switch to the 1c process. While Samsung denied these rumors, he announced that 1c technology is progressing steadily, and the process is progressing according to the calendar.

The semiconductor manufacturer says media reports of problems in the foundry business are exaggerated. Moreover, the company’s order list is full and some customers have to produce additional parts with TSMC.

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Source: Technopat by www.technopat.net.

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