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TSMC press conference: all is not lost, gentlemen ..
Apparently, feeling tighter pressure from its competitors, in particular, in the person of IBM, TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) convened a press conference, at which it announced the state of affairs in the production of 0.13-micron standards and its readiness to start production 90nm chips.
TSMC maintains leadership in 0.13-micron chip manufacturing, with more than 230 products and more than 100,000 300-mm wafers processed, according to the company. It seems to me that the most interesting thing is that TSMC successfully uses dielectric films with low dielectric constant (low-k), which have already been qualified by partners.
For 90nm processes, TSMC announces 20 customers have already placed their orders. Recall that TSMC is still slightly behind its competitors: production using Nexsys technology (90nm norms, copper conductors, low-k films) should begin only in the third quarter of 2021.
Currently, the company’s largest customers using 0.13-micron low-k film technology are LSI Logic and Agere Systems.