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UMC to up production of 28nm chips amid global shortage

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UMC to up production of 28nm chips amid global shortage

The semiconductor chip market is simultaneously overproducing and becoming highly contracted. UMC is increasing the production output of 28 nanometer semiconductors to meet the ensuing supply shortage.

The Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturer committed to increasing its monthly capacity for 28nm manufacturing to meet customer demand at its existing fabrication plant.
As a result, the news will have a monetary impact on the company’s large customers will have to pay deposits at the outset, while committing several of the company’s top clients to order in advance and guaranteeing purchase prices.

Every semiconductor firm and their dog expanding during chip shortage

The merger was a “innovative” and “win-win” situation for both parties In other words, “This will strengthen our financial position in order to seize the market opportunity,” said Jason Wang, UMC president.

Nodes in the mature stage face-to-to-face commerce area have far more availability than desired, so we believe there is a supply-demand imbalance, said UMC CFO Liu-Tung However, we have seen significant capacity expansion in the advanced nodes, but we have not seen significant in the mature ones yet. “Numerous fundamental factors affect the critical for expansion.”

In the recent quarter, the company reported revenues of NT$47.0 billion (US$1.68 billion), which was four percent ahead of the prior one.

This month, all three semiconductor companies had very strong quarters of positive demand with AMD, SK Hyn, and Texas Instruments in particular showing strong growth. A newly expanded rival, TSMC, with available nanometer chip capacity already in the advanced stage, has unveiled several expansion projects to accommodate higher demand for chips, including a $2.89 billion “mature”natural” space growth

flammable chip factory after last month’s explosion, Samsung announced that it has lost 300-400 billion (€200-360m) due to the factory fire last month’s explosion in Texas. In addition, the NXP and Infineon facilities were both affected by the outage, which resulted in production stoppages in Renes in Japan.

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