While GlobalFoundries is said to start the process of chipmaking for Apple's iPhone and iPads in a upstate New York factory, the whole thing still has the aura of rumor about it. It may be more hype and Samsung might still remain in its role as Apple’s major chipmaker.
Nov 12 2013, 7:23am CST
Samsung and Globalfoundries are planning small-scale production of 14nm chips at a New York plant in early 2015, says Digitimes. The firms have reportedly landed deals with two major clients, Apple and Qualcomm. In particular, it's believed that Samsung is aiming to build A9 processors for Apple, but two other companies -- ...
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Jul 1 2014, 9:24am CDT
Designing and building a new tablet computer is a lot of work. Some companies just don't have the time or the money to...
Apr 20 2010, 10:25am CDT
A report from DigiTimes claims that Samsung has received orders from Apple for chips made using its new 14nm process, with volume production set to ramp up in the course of next year.
The Samsung Electronics and Globalfoundries team reportedly has landed orders for its 14nm FinFET process from Qualcomm and Apple, with related foundry services to begin in early 2015, according to industry sources in Taiwan …
Samsung has pr ...
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Jul 1 2014, 6:02am CDT
AMD and Advanced Technology Investment Company (ATIC) officially announce the intention to create a new global...
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