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Intel is going to subcontract a lot to TSMC

Intel is going to subcontract a lot to TSMC

We already had some information concerning Intel’s use of TSMC for the production of its future Xe graphics chips. Indeed, some rumors reported that the Santa Clara giant had positioned itself on a significant quantity of 6nm wafers. It seems that this agreement could be pushed further by Intel, which wants to “delegate” to TSMC part of the production of these chips from the Atom family, but also Xeon. It is in any case information that the twitto Komachi thinks he has unearthed through a job offer published by Intel on its own site and which is written as follows: “As a member of the QAT design team, you will work as an RTL integration manager in the ASIC Logic Custom engineering group at DCG [Data Center Group]. You will play a key role in the development and integration of QAT in an Atom & Xeon based SoC with Intel and TSMC [manufacturing] processes,working with the IP / SoC integration team and collaborating with the SoC design, validation and emulation teams to ensure the validation of the successful QAT IP integration. ” . Of course, since the ad was removed from the site. For the moment we do not know more details, especially about the products within the Aton and Xeon range concerned by this subcontracting. Intel has promised to express itself in a few weeks, at the beginning of January 2021 to specify its strategy with regard to its production capacities. Until some time ago, the question of recourse to Samsung was still being raised, a solution accredited by Raja Koduri’s participation in the Samsung Advanced Foundry Ecosystem in October. Earlier in 2019, he had visited a factory of the Korean group …

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