There’s hardly more than a 5% share of 5nm based chipset in the market, and the TSMC has already started working on the 4nm process. At the company’s shareholders meeting, Chairman – Mark Liu confirmed the presence of the 4nm process and even detailed some aspects. He said the new N4 is the evolved version of the N5 process.

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“N4 is an evolution from N5, and We’re already in business negotiations with customers on N4.”

TSMC also unveiled new information about the advanced 5nm Node Plus process which will hit the mass-production in 2022. Later, the 4nm will be put on the radar in 2024.

Moreover, the company is bridging the gaps between its sole competitor  – Samsung in the 7nm market. On the other hand, the South Korean giant is improving its efficiency in the 5nm development process by manufacturing a 5nm Node water fab factory in Pyeongtaek worth $116 billion.

Meanwhile, TSMC’s 5nm node is getting used in mobile computing and other high-efficiency computing products. It is better optimized to handle evolved communications while maintaining the power efficiency and performance accuracy.

Moreover, Mark Liu confirmed that the COOVID-19 pandemic has remained unaffected in the chipset making business.

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