The semiconductor industry and the struggle to achieve its leadership mark the future of the technology sector. In recent years, countries such as the United States, China, South Korea, and Taiwan have tried to become industry leaders. And, thanks to TSMC’s journey, Taiwan can boast of superiority that even the US has long accepted. denying the obvious.
As pointed out in the Taiwan Economic Daily In a recent publication, Intel (the leading company in North America in chip development) assured that Taiwan leads the carving of processors. Currently, TSMC is close to reaching 2nm (and there is even talk of 1nm chips), the next milestone for the technology industry. For this reason, Intel has changed its strategy, but not even that factor is enough to reach the capabilities of the Taiwanese company.
Apple, NVIDIA, and Qualcomm are on TSMC’s side
Therefore, as indicated in the publication, TSMC’s strategy is to rely on its high production capacity. At the same time, they also have faith in their wide portfolio of clients, made up of companies such as Apple, NVIDIA, or Qualcomm, who have recently been able to test the qualities of Windows 12. Therefore, TSMC is not in a hurry in the development of the 2nm chips, a condition that affects Intel that seeks to seize the reign at all costs.
In essence, the purpose of the North American company is to produce more quickly. Therefore, it will not be surprising if its 2nm chips are in production before TSMC or other rivals such as Samsung. However, Apple is betting on TSMC and already has plans for what to do with the Taiwanese firm’s 2nm chips. However, Intel assimilates that Asians have an advantage and may even consider using their technology for their 2nm engraving process.