NXP, TSMC team on 5nm automotive process: Page 2 of 2

June 12, 2020 // By Nick Flaherty
NXP, TSMC team on 5nm automotive process
Just as TSMC launched the first 7nm automotive process, NXP is looking to move to a 5nm automotive version for chips sampling in 2021.

“TSMC’s latest collaboration with NXP truly demonstrates how automotive semiconductors have evolved from simple microcontrollers to sophisticated processors on par with chips used in the most demanding high-performance computing systems,” said Dr. Kevin Zhang, Vice President of Business Development at TSMC. “TSMC has enjoyed a long history of strong partnership with NXP, and we are excited to take the automotive platform another step forward into the most advanced technology available in the market and unleash the power of NXP’s innovative products for intelligent automotive applications and more.”

First samples of 5nm automotive devices are expected for NXP’s key customers in 2021.


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