Samsung will launch 3 nm processors in the first half of 2022 (Codename “3GAE”) plans to start mass production, and the second-generation processors are expected to arrive in 2023. This week, the company said in an agreement with investors that they are on their way to start mass production (According to the official document). from here available).
Samsung is coming to dominate the market with new and smaller processors
This will be the first processors of the South Korean technology giant to reach such dimensions, and the 3 nm process is also the first company to use versatile field-effect transistors (GAAFET) on behalf of the company. Samsungcalls the application of this process 3 nm GAAFET transistors, namely “Multi-bridge channel field effect transistors (MBCFET)”.
Because the MBCFET can operate at voltages below 0.75 V, the company also offers a number of advantages over the 7nm FinFET. This also allows for up to 50 percent reduction in power consumption, 30 percent better performance and up to 45 percent reduction in surface area.
In other words, this system is the same as Intel 4 and TSMC’s 5N, but they can perform better thanks to wider channels and lower leakage current. The new processors also remove the biggest problem for the company. This problem, Qualcomm for future chips from companies like TSMC’ye It can be said that it eliminates the biggest problem of Samsung’s 4 nm processor series, which causes it to go away.
Samsung has made a lot of progress on the chip
Intel ve TSMC Other companies such as GAAFET are poised to adopt GAAFET in the coming years, and it may be their most costly transition yet. As for Samsung, it says the compatibility of the MBCFET with FinFET manufacturing processes and equipment not only accelerates development but also keeps costs in check.
Meanwhile Samsung, It sold as many chips as it could in the first quarter of this year and expects demand for DRAM and NAND products to remain strong in the months ahead. The company recorded an operating profit of 14.1 trillion won ($11.2 billion) in the three months ended March, with more than half ($6.7 billion) coming from the chip division.
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