TSMC’s original plans for its semiconductor foundry in Arizona was to start mass producing chips next year. However, the company just announced a delay: “We expect the production schedule of N4 process technology to be pushed out to 2025,” TSMC Chairman Mark Liu told Nikkei Asia. Note that “N4” is one of TSMC’s 4nm nodes.
The issue is the lack of enough skilled workers and technicians that can move in and install the advanced equipment used in the foundry. TSMC is sending technicians over from its factories in Taiwan to help with the setup.
TSMC is also building a second…
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