TSMC

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSMC)
Native name
臺灣積體電路製造股份有限公司
Type
Public company
Traded as
  • TWSE: 2330
  • NYSE: {nyse
  • TSM
IndustrySemiconductor]
Founded[ndustrial Technology Research Institute, Hsinchu, Taiwan
(1987; 33 years ago (1987))
FounderMorris Chang
Headquarters
Hsinchu Science Park
,
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
  • Mark Liu (Chairman)
  • C.C. Wei (President and CEO)
Brands
  • CyberShuttle prototyping service
  • Open Innovation Platform
  • eFoundry online services
Production output
  • Increase10,745.000 12-inch equivalent wafers (2018)
ServicesManufacture of Integrated circuits and related services
Revenue
  • IncreaseTWD$ 1,031,473.557 billion (US$35.000 billion) (2018)
Operating income
  • IncreaseNT$383,623.524 billion (US$12.712 billion) (2018)
Net income
  • IncreaseNT$351,184.406 billion (US$11.638 billion) (2018)
Asset
  • IncreaseNT$1,991.861 billion (US$67.023 billion) (2018)
Total equity
  • IncreaseNT$1,552.759 billion (US$52.248 billion) (2018)
Number of employees
48,752 (2018)
Subsidiaries
  • WaferTech
  • TSMC PRC
  • SSMC
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese台灣積體電路製造公司
Simplified Chinese台湾积体电路制造公司
Abbreviation
Traditional Chinese台積電
Simplified Chinese台积电
Websitewww.tsmc.com

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Limited is the worlds most advanced semiconductor manufacturing company. Their foundries manufactures processors and other chips for global customers like Apple, Advanced Micro Devices, Nvidia, MediaTek, Marvell, Qualcomm and many others. The majority of chips found in ARM based devices (smartphones, tablets, etc) are fabricated by TSMC.

TSMC is headquartered in the Hsinchu Science Park in Hsinchu, Taiwan. It is one of Taiwans largest companies and the worlds most valuable semiconductor company.

Fabrication Technology

TSMC had a production capacity of 13 million 300 mm wafers per year in 2020. Their current process nodes range from 2 micron to 5 nanometers.


TSMC is in the process of building a estimated $19.5 billion manufacturing facility in Miaoli, Northern Taiwan, that will be capable of producing microchips on a 3nm process node. The Miaoli facility will be production-ready by 2022.

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