“That works out at around $934 million, surpassing revenue from its previous-generation 10-nanometer technology,” Culpan writes. “In fact, 10-nanometer revenue dropped by half, indicating some cannibalization.”
“Uptake for 7-nanometer is faster than for previous chipmaking processes, CEO C.C. Wei told investors Thursday,” Culpan writes. “TSMC doesn’t like to talk about clients, but Apple Inc. is a primary customer.”
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