How Intel’s New Roadmap Aligns With U.S. Chip Ambitions
MIN READJul 27, 2021 | 21:03 GMT
The Intel logo is displayed outside of the company’s headquarters in Santa Clara, California.
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Intel’s new roadmap to catch up with its Asian competitors by 2025 will prove critical in rebuilding the United States’ chip manufacturing capabilities in the increasingly crucial semiconductor industry. On July 26, the California-based company’s CEO Pat Gelsinger unveiled the ambitious roadmap, which aims to regain semiconductor dominance within the next five years. Gelsinger also announced that Amazon and Qualcomm would be Intel’s first two major clients for its new Intel Foundry Services, which aims to build high-end semiconductors designed by other companies and compete with foundry juggernaut Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). ...