TSMC starts high volume production of 7nm chips

Lee Bell
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Claims to have "the most competitive logic density" in the industry

Semiconductor contract maker TSMC has commenced high volume production of its chips that are the first to use 7 nanometre (NM) process technology. The chip giant claims to have dozens of custome...

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