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Morris: TSMC More Advantage Than Samsung and Intel

By Korbin Lan
Published: Jun 24,2014

TAIPEI, Taiwan- TSMC’s capacity utilization will be at 100% in Q3-Q4 2014, predicted by Morris Chang, the chairman of TSMC, the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer, during today’s Shareholder Meeting.

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Morris Chang also pointed that, with the development of advanced process of IC production, the competitors will be getting less and less; moreover TSMC has more prominent technology, capacity, capability and customer relationship than Intel and Samsung.

He added that, first of all TSMC’s 14/16 nm manufacturing process technology is better than Samsung and Intel, the prominent supplier of CPU for big server, has no competition ability yet in the mobile equipment market, where the main target by TSMC.

Secondly, as for the aspect of production capability and capacity, TSMC is far ahead of Samsung, and Intel is not the competitor, either. Lastly, TSMC has gain more confidence by customers than Samsung.

The R&D progress of TSMC’s next-gen 10 nm manufacturing process, whose tape-out will be finished with client for the next year, is achieved on schedule, Morris added.

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