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According to unofficial data, Intel and TSMC have agreed to release 3-nanometer chips

Citing industry sources, DigiTimes reported that Intel and TSMC have reached a deal to manufacture 3nm chips. The world’s largest contract semiconductor manufacturer is said to be building a new facility that will handle exclusively Intel’s orders.

This facility, designed to produce 3-nanometer products, will be located in the city of Hsinchu in northern Taiwan. It is believed that the ability to obtain microcircuits manufactured according to 3 nm standards will allow Intel to maintain the rate of release of new microarchitectures with an annual increase in IPC. At the same time, the annual rate of increase in IPC will be higher than the Tick-Tock rate, which the company adhered to until 2015, increasing IPC and mastering new generations of the process technology.

Intel is now facing stiff competition from AMD, which has been reporting IPC increases every year since 2017 and is already ordering 7nm products from TSMC.


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