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Mark Peters : July 4th 2017 - 08:55 CET

Samsung semiconductor plant for memory components


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SamsungSamsung Semiconductor plant started mass production : Samsung Electronics, a manufacturer of advanced semiconductor components, recently announced that its new semiconductor fabrication line in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, has begun mass production and shipping its first product to customers around the world. The new facility will focus on the production of Samsung’s fourth-generation V-NAND (64 layers), adding to the company’s leading capacity for premium memory products. With two years of construction since it broke ground in May, 2015, the new semiconductor plant at the Pyeongtaek campus is currently the largest single Fab in the industry. The Pyeongtaek campus represents a new chapter in Samsung’s semiconductor operations.
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Internet of Things and automotive technologies
Recent emerging IT trends such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), big data and automotive technology has sharply increased demand for next-generation hardware components.

In response to these market needs, Samsung headquarters plans to reinforce its total manufacturing capabilities by investing more than KRW 37 trillion in investments to its global production facilities.

In addition, Samsung’s plans to construct a second semiconductor fabrication line in Xi’an, China, site are also under review. Samsung’s first semiconductor fabrication line in Xi’an was constructed in 2014 and is presently in full operation.

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Samsung future projects
Samsung also plans to invest KRW 6 trillion in its Hwaseong, South Korea, site for a semiconductor fabrication line optimized to install state-of-the-art infrastructure including Extreme Ultra Violet equipment and Samsung Display is reviewing plans to establish a new OLED manufacturing site in Asan, South Korea, by 2018.

By 2021, Samsung will invest a total of KRW 30 trillion into its current Pyeongtaek line to expand its semiconductor fabrication capacity. With the new investments, Samsung aims to strengthen its global fabrication network and accelerate the overall development of the IT industry.




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