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Samsung is trying to take over the production of chips from TSMC

TSMC is expected to begin mass production of its 3nm process next month, and Samsung will take the opportunity to cut its losses by trying to increase production of 4nm chips. To make this possible, one report claims that the Korean manufacturer intends to invest about $3.8 billion in its facilities. Since Samsung is already supplying customers with limited quantities of 3nm GAA chips, now may be the right time to ramp up 4nm production and bring back lost customers. According to Economic News Daily, the investment is 5 trillion won, and with this injection, Samsung will reportedly try to steal orders from TSMC given to the latter by Qualcomm, Supermicro, Huida and other big names.

The manufacturer aims to ramp up wafer production to 20,000 per month in the fourth quarter of this year, but the company’s past ineffective decisions may have already taken a toll. For example, Qualcomm, which launched the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 on Samsung’s 4nm process, is now sticking to TSMC for both the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 and the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Samsung’s only salvation will be Qualcomm’s lower price offer for mass production. future chipsets, and that decision could also be a gamble given that TSMC’s foundry has already shown positive results. So far, Google seems to be sticking with Samsung in mass-producing the second generation Tensor SoC on the 4nm process. Unfortunately, the advertising giant ships far fewer smartphones than devices based on Snapdragon chipsets.

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