RECRUITMENT: The latest hiring drive — for fabs in Hsinchu, Taichung and Tainan — aims to catch up with growth in the company and new technology development By Lisa Wang / Staff reporter Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC, 台積電) yesterday unveiled a plan to hire 9,000 people this year in the
(Bloomberg) -- China plans to boost spending on research and development to achieve “major breakthroughs in core technologies” as it vies for global influence with the U.S.
(Bloomberg) -- In just two decades, China sent people into space, built its own aircraft carrier and developed a stealth fighter jet.
Taipei, March 4 (CNA) Shares in Taiwan plunged 1.88 percent to close below 16,000 points on Thursday following an overnight dive in the tech-heavy Nasdaq index and the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index in the United States.
When Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. outlined plans to build a fab in the U.S., it set a rather modest production capacity goal of around 20,000 wafer starts per month (WSPM).
Earlier this year Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. outlined plans to increase its CapEx budget to $25 billion ~ $28 billion in 2021, many industry observers attributed the increase to building out 3-nm capacities in preparation to produce CPUs for Intel and other large customers.
An aerial map shows a large swath of land, including where Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. purchased 1,128 acres.The TSMC land is along the 43rd Avenue alignment.
In just two decades, China sent people into space, built its own aircraft carrier and developed a stealth fighter jet.Now the world’s youngest superpower is setting out to prove its capabilities once more — this time in semiconductors.
Everyone's favourite chip manufacturer, TSMC, will be producing 3nm before the end of the year, according to a new report on Digitimes (via Sweclockers).
Apple A-series and M1 chipmaker TSMC is preparing to raise more than half a billion dollars to fund an Arizona chip plant and more as it responds to the global chip shortage.
Apple Silicon maker TSMC plans to raise over half a billion dollars in bonds as it attempts to expand its operations to Arizona while facing a worldwide chip shortage.
Taipei, March 1 (CNA) Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), the world’s largest contract chipmaker, is expected to post a 25 percent year-on-year increase in sales in the first quarter of this year, according to market advisory firm TrendForce Corp.
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks fell the most since March as losses in technology shares deepened amid a global selloff triggered by rising Treasury yields.
(Feb 25): Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co is set to sell local currency bonds Thursday, as it prepares for a spending blitz amid a global chip shortage.
(Bloomberg) -- Overseas orders placed with Taiwanese exporters surged by the most in 11 years in January as global demand for semiconductors shows no sign of abating.
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