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Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Samsung On Track For 10nm FinFET Process Technology Production Ramp-up


Samsung Electronics announced today that its production ramp-up of the 10-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology is on track with steady high yield to meet the company's customer needs on schedule.



Samsung has shipped more than 70,000 silicon wafers of its first-generation 10nm LPE (Low Power Early) to date. The company began the first mass production of 10LPE last October.

Back in 2015, Samsung introduced the first 14nm FinFET LPE technology for mobile applications based on 3D FinFET structure. Since then, Samsung has delivered further enhancements in power, performance and scalability for both 14nm and 10nm FinFET technology.

"Samsung's 10nm LPE is a game changer in the foundry industry. Following the 10LPE version, the 10nm LPP and LPU will enter mass production by the end of the year and next year, respectively." said Jongshik Yoon, Executive Vice President and Head of Foundry Business at Samsung Electronics.

Samsung Electronics has also announced the addition of the 8nm and the 6nm process technologies to its current process roadmap. Samsung's 8nm and 6nm offerings will provide greater scalability, performance and power advantages when compare to existing process nodes.

Samsung will provide more details about its foundry technology roadmap, which includes the newest 8nm and the 6nm, at the upcoming U.S Samsung Foundry Forum scheduled for May 24, 2017.



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