back to article GlobalFoundries breaks ground on new Singapore semi facility targeting automotive, 5G chips

The surge in semiconductor investment continues to accelerate, with New York-based GlobalFoundries breaking ground on a new $4bn Singapore facility that will produce chips for legacy nodes. The company said it expects the facility to be fully operational by the end of 2023, and produce in the region of 450,000 300mm wafers …

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