TSMC to host the Technology Forum tomorrow with a focus on 2nm deployment track

In 2019, TSMC mentioned 2nm technology for the first time and stated that it had begun research and development while conducting exploratory studies on technologies below 2nm. Tomorrow is TSMC’s annual Technology Forum, where CEO Dr. Peter Wei will present the current state of the industry and TSMC’s latest technological advances.

TSMC to host the Technology Forum tomorrow with a focus on 2nm deployment track

Tomorrow, we will know TSMC’s focus on the 2nm adoption path and other hot topics. Domestic SMIC chip foundry has the technology gap, it would take 5 years to master the 5nm technology that TSMC now has. However, TSMC has made a successful breakthrough at 2 nm, and 3 nm is on the verge of mass production and will be used in the next two years.

3nm, 2nm or the inevitable development direction of TSMC

Last month, Taiwanese media reported that TSMC has made a major breakthrough in 2nm R&D and successfully found a way to enter the Gate All-Around (GAA) technology.

Due to the breakout, this year’s technology forum has been postponed from April to tomorrow and will be held online for the first time.

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Topics for this year’s forum include TSMC’s advanced process technologies, specialty technologies, advanced packaging technologies, and capacity expansion plans, and environmentally friendly production results. Mr. Peter Wei will present the current state of the industry and TSMC’s latest technological advances; Mr. Xiaoqiang Zhang, Senior Vice President of Business Development, will explain TSMC’s advanced process technology; and Mr. Chen-Hua Yu, Vice President of Research and Development, will explain the progress of advanced packaging process technology.

TSMC to host the Technology Forum tomorrow with a focus on 2nm deployment track

Needless to say, the technology is at the top of the global scale with customers being Apple, Qualcomm, MediaTek, Intel, and so on. If you count Huawei, which has not been cut off from the supply, it has almost a monopoly in the global OEM market of the middle and upper segment.

Founded in 1987, TSMC is the world’s largest manufacturer of foundry semiconductors, with customers including Apple and Qualcomm. TSMC’s headquarters are located in the Hsinchu Science Industrial Park in Hsinchu, Taiwan. Some people wonder why TSMC has such a tremendous status and is able to include even the world’s largest major customers. All because TSMC has mastered the world’s most advanced chip foundry technology.