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NVIDIA has booked TSMC's 3nm capacity by the end of 2024

NVIDIA has booked TSMC's 3nm capacity by the end of 2024

DigiTimes' Chinese language version of the story, which is not only available to subscription holders, reveals much more details about the specifics of TSMC's cooperation with its customers in the coming years.
It becomes known, for example, that both NVIDIA and Intel are interested in using not only the TSMC's 3nm process, but also the more advanced 2nm process.Advertisement Image source: TSMCNVIDIA will return to using only TSMC services for Hopper and Ada Lovelace graphics solutions, with the latter to be produced not only on 5nm technology, but also on 4nm.
The latter will also be used in Hopper's computing gas pedals, which will not be used in the consumer sector.
According to Taiwanese sources, NVIDIA has already reserved for its needs part of TSMC's production capacity for the production of 3-nm products until the end of 2024.
Intel's interest in using 2-nm technology TSMC looks interesting, especially if you consider that the first of the companies intends to master the 18A technology by 2025, thereby restoring its nominal technological leadership.
However, the processor giant may cooperate with TSMC simply out of a desire to insure itself, or with an eye to possible timing of the implementation of the 2-nm technology by a competitor.

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