Chipmakers can’t keep up. TSMC, the Taiwanese semiconductor giant, predicts the shortage will last beyond 2021 and a few tough years ahead. To alleviate this situation, the company has announced a plan of 30,000 million dollars to expand its production capacity and maintain its production plans.
This week, during its annual meeting for investors, TSMC has confirmed that the 3 nanometer chips will arrive in 2022. Along with this promise, from Anandtech they report that TSMC has already started the development of its first 2 nanometer chips, which will presumably be produced on a large scale in 2023.