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Samsung’s competitor TSMC to kick off 3nm chip production this week

Apple’s main chip supplier and Samsung’s primary competitor, TSMC, is reportedly set to kickstart 3nm semiconductor chip mass production this week. The Taiwanese giant TSMC is a bit late to the party, but Samsung started 3nm semiconductor production around 6 months ago in June and unveiled the world’s first 3nm chips on July 25. Moreover, it shipped the first batch of 3nm chips just a month later. TSMC is now starting production,...

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Samsung aims to expand chip production at its largest chip manufacturing facility

According to a South Korean newspaper (via MoneyControl), one of the biggest chip producers in the world, Samsung Electronics, aims to expand its semiconductor production at its P3 factory in Pyeongtaek, South Korea. Apparently, the P3 factory in Pyeongtaek is the company’s largest chip manufacturing facility. This move is in contrast with the scaling back of investment by rival chipmakers, economic slowdowns in many regions across...

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Samsung’s SmartThings is used in over 100,000 households in Korea

Samsung has announced that its SmartThings IoT solution is used in over 100,000 homes in South Korea. This is the highest rate among rival home appliance firms in the country. SmartThings allows users to control their connected devices via their smartphones. It is also considered to be a huge factor in saving electricity, thanks to some automated features. Samsung first used SmartThings in the Samsung C&T Raemian Leaders One...