Thursday, February 27th 2020

TSMC to Hire 4000 new Staff for Next-Generation Semiconductor Node Development

TSMC is set to hire about 4000 new staff members to gain a workforce for its development of next-generation semiconductor manufacturing nodes. The goal of the company is to gather talent so it can develop the world's leading semiconductor nodes, like 3 nm and below. With 15 billion USD planned for R&D purposes alone this year, TSMC is investing a big part of its capital back into development on new and improved technology. Markets such as 5G and High-Performance Computing are leading the charge and require smaller, faster, and more efficient semiconductor nodes, which TSMC plans to deliver. To gather talent, TSMC started job listing using recruitment website TaiwanJobs and started campaigns on university campuses to attract grad students.
Source: Tom's Hardware
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3 Comments on TSMC to Hire 4000 new Staff for Next-Generation Semiconductor Node Development

#1
bonehead123
So, does this mean they will eventually catch up to those .0001zm chips that I borrowed from those guys that built the pyramids ? hahahaha..:D...:roll:
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yeeeeman
This is how you stay on top.
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voltage
yeeeeman
This is how you stay on top.
15 billion, they better.
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