TSMC (TSM +3.7%) is reportedly moving up its schedule to ramp production for its next-gen 20nm process. It's speculated the move is an attempt to win orders from Apple (AAPL) - while TSMC has been expected to produce Apple's A6 chip at 28nm, its current shortages, which have affected Qualcomm (QCOM) and others, are making observers think twice. Ramping 20nm faster would strengthen TSMC's position as the top foundry supplier for cutting-edge mobile chips.
TSMC (TSM +3.7%) is reportedly moving up its schedule to ramp production for its next-gen 20nm...
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