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Samsung Reportedly Aims to Overtake TSMC's Foundry Business by 2030

wccftech.com, Jan. 19, 2022 – 

After TSMC announced that it would increase its investment for 2022 to stay on top of the foundry business, it has been reported that Samsung aims to overtake its rival in the semiconductor business. Unfortunately, it may take almost a decade for the Korean giant to realize its goal.

Samsung's Foundry Business Apparently Serves Over 100 Customers, One of Them Happens to Be Qualcomm

A report from DigiTimes states that based on the current situation, 2022 is expected to see increased demand for chips. Samsung, who is already said to mass produce 4nm chips for the likes of Qualcomm, aims to get the better of its rival in the coming years.

"Samsung Electronics recently announced its wafer foundry now serves over 100 customers. Based on current conditions, the wafer foundry market in 2022 looks to be just as hot as it was in 2021. As a result, the South Korean industry is optimistic about Samsung's wafer foundry, which is about to enter a full-scale growth stage. However, Samsung is still relatively new to the automotive and AI chip fields."

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