Samsung invests in lattice core to help it expand its German factory and open up new markets in Europe

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 Samsung invests in lattice core to help it expand its German factory and open up new markets in Europe


Recently, foreign media disclosed that global foundries, which gave up 7Nm R & D and shut down its Chengdu plant, continues to develop 14nm and focuses on European and American markets. Its Dresden factory in Germany is expanding, and Samsung is the backstage player of its factory expansion funds.

Samsungs purpose of providing capital for the expansion of its German plant is widely believed that it wants to expand the European market and find new customers through this way.

It is understood that Dresden, Germany, has a large number of scientific research institutions and institutions of higher learning, with strong faculty strength, close school enterprise integration, and outstanding professional advantages in machinery, electronics and engineering. As Dresden has many skilled employees, many wafer factories and other manufacturers have set up factories in Dresden. The Fab1 factory of lattice core, Infineon wafer factory and the only fully transparent automobile factory of Volkswagen in the world are all located in Dresden. The Dresden plant located in Germany is Fab1 plant. One of its expansion indicators is the power supply configuration, which is transformed from 63MW to 100MW, which is an increase of 58%. Earlier, lattice core announced that its state-of-the-art FinFET process 12lp + has been completed and is ready for production. Compared with 12lp +, the performance of 12lp + is increased by 20% and the scale area is reduced by 10%. Extended reading apple is bearish by analysts again: 5g super cycle will not appear, is not the epidemic situation beneficial stocks follow Apples example? Samsung may use its own arm architecture chip for personal computers. Ciscos acquisition of acacia is waiting for Chinas approval_ NBJS10390

It is understood that Dresden, Germany, has a large number of scientific research institutions and institutions of higher learning, with strong faculty strength, close school enterprise integration, and outstanding professional advantages in machinery, electronics and engineering. As Dresden has many skilled employees, many wafer factories and other manufacturers have set up factories in Dresden. The Fab1 factory of lattice core, Infineon wafer factory and the only fully transparent automobile factory of Volkswagen in the world are all located in Dresden.