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Samsung Shares Plans for 2nm and 1.4nm Chips

Samsung unveiled its latest manufacturing technology roadmap at the annual Samsung Foundry Forum (SFF) 2023. The company plans to produce chips at the 2nm-class and 1.4nm-class nodes in 2025 and 2027, respectively. In addition, the company added a state-of-the-art 5nm-class high-frequency manufacturing process and plans to start manufacturing GaN chips within a few years.

Samsung says its SF2 (2nm class) manufacturing technology will deliver 25% higher power efficiency (at the same frequency and transistor count), 12% higher performance (at the same power and complexity), and 5% area reduction. I hope. The company revealed at SFF 2023 when compared to the SF3 (2nd generation 3nm class) (with the same transistor count). The company plans to start manufacturing mobile SoCs on the 2nm node in 2025, followed by an HPC-enhanced SF2P node in 2026. Meanwhile, the SF1.4 (1.4nm class) manufacturing process is expected to be available to Samsung customers in 2027.

To make the SF2 node more competitive, Samsung will soon have access to a collection of high-quality SF2 IP, including interfaces such as LPDDR5x, HBM3P, PCIe Gen6, 112G SerDes.

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