Intel Problems Explained
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Intel risks losing part of the market due to problems with the production of chips
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) Shares Jump After Intel Signed It May Stop Making Its Own Chip Components.
Intel said last week that the company may abandon chip production after being significantly behind schedule for its latest technology..
TSMC, the world’s largest contract chip maker, rose nearly 10% last Friday to $ 14.48, hitting its high. The company’s market capitalization rises to $ 34 billion.
Intel’s challenge lies in the delays in the production of next-generation transistors. An American company that already lags behind some competitors, said it has developed «contingency plans», which include the involvement of third parties for the production of semiconductors. Intel did not specify who exactly is being considered for this role.
TSMC – this is the so-called foundry. It makes chips developed by other companies.
«Intel problems could positively affect TSMC’s affairs», – said Seho Ng, Managing Director of Research, China Renaissance Securities.
He added that TSMC has a chance «largely monopolize the market for new generation transistors».
Samsung Electronics is another company that has a foundry business and has the potential to occupy part of Intel’s niche.. Its shares rose more than 2% the day before.