Intel selects Ohio for ‘largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet’

Its latest US investment.

1/21/2022 1:14:00 PM

Intel selects Ohio for ‘largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet’

Its latest US investment.

Intel wants it to become “the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet”Expanding into a state without an existing chip manufacturing presence brings challenges, like acquiring the correct permits, raw materials and supplies, and production machines, the

NYTnotes. But New Albany is known for its inexpensive land, and any manufacturing plant could benefit from engineering graduates at nearby Ohio State University.Intel’s search for its new manufacturing hub reportedly saw states competing for the huge economic opportunity a new plant represents.

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DemocraticDaisy No mention of the nanometer scale of the chips to be manufactured in the piece. Bruh what. Ohio doesn't want this please no What's the competitive advantage? danwwang this is a good start! Great work TomWolfPA !! So finally a 'Foundry' not build in 'Dry' area, considering how much water intensive are those facilities. First thing intel does right since the last 15 years perhaps!

why not california, NY or another blue s*it state in the US?

Intel plans $20 bln chip manufacturing site in Ohio - sourcesIntel Corp on Friday is set to announce it will invest $20 billion in a massive new manufacturing site near Columbus, Ohio to develop and manufacture advanced semiconductor chips, sources briefed on the matter told Reuters.

Intel to build massive $20 billion chip manufacturing plant in Ohio'Our expectation is that this becomes the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet,' Intel's CEO told Time. Like. This is necessary because of HyperCapSoc. NICs guarantees no geopolitical instability in Asia or elsewhere and Covid will be easily eradicated by tracking of our L&Ls. in chip making, labor is an immaterial cost component. why would American chip makers ever contemplate building factories abroad in the first place?

Intel is spending $20 billion to build a massive chip-making facility in Ohio | EngadgetIntel CEO Pat Gelsinger is expecting it to become 'the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet.'. Now all we need is for LisaSu AMD to do the same !! . Another fab! 📈 Looks like it's flooding

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of the company’s existing Arizona complex. Intel wants it to become “the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet” Expanding into a state without an existing chip manufacturing presence brings challenges, like acquiring the correct permits, raw materials and supplies, and production machines, the NYT notes. But New Albany is known for its inexpensive land, and any manufacturing plant could benefit from engineering graduates at nearby Ohio State University. Intel’s search for its new manufacturing hub reportedly saw states competing for the huge economic opportunity a new plant represents. Time reports that at least one other state offered more subsidies, but Ohio was a better regulatory fit and Intel didn’t want to displace current residents. It’s a marked contrast from Amazon’s hyper-competitive bidding process that eventually awarded a second HQ to New York, which following backlash from residents and local lawmakers. The site as it exists today. Image: Intel A render of the planned factories. Image: Intel The announcement comes as the world continues to grapple with an acute shortage of computer chips that has impacted everyone from games console manufacturers to automakers. The shortage has shed light on the decades-long shift of chip manufacturing from the US and Europe to Asian countries, particularly Taiwan where Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) in headquartered. To help reverse the shift, the US Senate approved for the chip industry last June which would offer grants to companies building new US factories, but it is yet to pass through the House. Intel’s competitors TSMC and Samsung have announced new US-based manufacturing investments of their own in