Sport chip-tiger globalfoundries is a billions in expansion
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of chip-tiger globalfoundries is a billions amount in a new production facility in the race around the global expansion of semiconductor production.
This is intended to increase the capacity of almost half to around 1.5 million so-called wafer with 300 mm in diameter at the previous company location Singapore, as the company announced on Tuesday in Singapore. Globalfoundries invests more than four billion US dollars (3.4bn euros).
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GlobalFoundries is one of the world's largest chip launcher in the world, next to TSMC and Samsung and is controlled by a state fund from the United Arab Emirates. The company also operates a chip factory in Dresden, where production should also be expanded.
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Because in the pandemic the chip demand has risen rapidly and many sectors have struggling with replenishment problems, companies are currently investing massively in new factories. The South Korean Samsung Group wants to stuck around 125 billion euros in chip processors and contract manufacturing by 2030. The TAIWAN-based TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) invests $ 100 billion in the next three years (84 billion euros).
from the chip boom also benefit suppliers such as ASML or AIXTRON, which offer special machines for the production of semiconductors.
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