back to article South Korea rounds up chipmakers and hyperscalers to build AI and server processors

As semiconductor demand and supply chain insecurity both continue to grow, South Korea has decided it wants its own CPU production capability and has pushed its chip companies and hyperscale operators together to make it happen. According to South Korea’s Ministry of Science and ICT on Tuesday, five data center companies have …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    I'm struggling to contextualise this...

    So what does this mean for Intel?

    1. Pascal Monett Silver badge

      More competition ?

      1. Anonymous Coward

        More competition for their foundry business (and AMD's and TSMC's businesses) eventually, maybe.

        Right now it looks like this is set up to compete mainly with smaller Chinese foundries.

  2. EnviableOne Silver badge

    More Subsidy for Samsung

    seems like a direct bribe to Samsung to move some manufacturing back from vietnam

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