Some of the chips produced by Samsung Electronics are displayed at the technology giant’s store in Seoul, South Korea, in April of last year. Photo: AP Some of the chips produced by Samsung Electronics are displayed at the technology giant’s store in Seoul, South Korea, in April of last year. Photo: AP
Some of the chips produced by Samsung Electronics are displayed at the technology giant’s store in Seoul, South Korea, in April of last year. Photo: AP

Samsung takes another step in US$116 billion plan to take on chip maker TSMC

  • South Korea’s largest company has started building a new fabrication plant for its made-to-order chip foundry business
  • The fab’s output is expected to go toward applications that range from 5G wireless networks to high-performance computers

Topic |   Semiconductors
Some of the chips produced by Samsung Electronics are displayed at the technology giant’s store in Seoul, South Korea, in April of last year. Photo: AP Some of the chips produced by Samsung Electronics are displayed at the technology giant’s store in Seoul, South Korea, in April of last year. Photo: AP
Some of the chips produced by Samsung Electronics are displayed at the technology giant’s store in Seoul, South Korea, in April of last year. Photo: AP
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