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TSMC’s 2nm chips are coming to a device near you in 2026


Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) has officially announced its 2nm class process node. It’s set to ship to customers in 2025. The company also revealed more details regarding its 3nm technology, which is due to begin production later this year.

TSMC held its North America technology Symposium (opens in new tab) on June 16th. It talked about its advanced technologies, including updates on its various processes and packaging tech. It also outlined its future expansion plans. The highlight for PC enthusiasts was undoubtedly the reveal of its 2nm node—referred to as N2—which includes a shift away from well established FinFET technology to a nanosheet transistor architecture. We can expect to see this tech in our computers in the coming years.

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