TSMC Arizona Facility to Produce 3nm Chips

TSMC founder Morris Chang said his company has made a new $12 billion investment in a new facility in Phoenix, Arizona. confirmed. Accordingly, the TSMC Arizona facility will focus on the production of 3nm chips and will be located near the Pheonix factory complex, which currently produces 5nm chips. TSMC is expected to hold a ceremony for its new facility on December 6th.

The company is said to supply 3nm chips based on the N3 process for next-generation Apple iPhones, and Apple Silicon chipsets for iPad and Mac computers. The list of potential customers is also expected to grow over time.

TSMC’s main factories are located in its homeland of Taiwan. Meanwhile, the company has expanded its US presence with factories in Camas, Washington, and Pheonix, as well as design centers in Austin, Texas and San Jose, California.

According to estimates, TSMC controlled up to 70 percent of all chipset shipments in the first quarter of 2022.

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