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Intel plans to plant 14nm chip factory in Ireland,it may cost 7 billion euros

A few days ago, Intel’s $1 billion was just reported to expand capacity in the United States. There is another news today, Intel will also invest in Ireland to build a factory.A few days ago, Intel’s $1 billion was just reported to expand capacity in the United States. There is another news today, Intel will also invest in Ireland to build a factory.

According to foreign media reports, Intel's expansion of the Irish manufacturing base will invest 7 billion euros, plus other plans announced last year, may allow Intel to build two new semiconductor factories in Ireland. It is reported that part of the expansion of the Irish factory is to meet the demand for its 14-nanometer chip.

Just last week, Intel announced details of its expansion plan in Oregon, USA. It is understood that the D1X fab built this time belongs to the third part of Intel's planned expansion. The two parts of the previous construction were the first two phases of D1X. Intel plans to begin expansion of the plant later in 2019 and is expected to be completed in the next few years.

In the past few years, the global semiconductor industry has experienced a wave of climax, but with the release of capacity in 2018, trade wars, weak consumer demand, etc., the semiconductor industry has entered a downward cycle.

Analysts believe that Intel's ability to expand against the trend is mainly due to the global server growth, the PC industry is welcoming the tide. In particular, in 2018, Intel's PC chip showed a shortage of price increases. The global expansion will effectively alleviate market demand and respond to the new market brought about by the 5G outbreak in advance.


According to foreign media reports, Intel's expansion of the Irish manufacturing base will invest 7 billion euros, plus other plans announced last year, may allow Intel to build two new semiconductor factories in Ireland. It is reported that part of the expansion of the Irish factory is to meet the demand for its 14-nanometer chip.

Just last week, Intel announced details of its expansion plan in Oregon, USA. It is understood that the D1X fab built this time belongs to the third part of Intel's planned expansion. The two parts of the previous construction were the first two phases of D1X. Intel plans to begin expansion of the plant later in 2019 and is expected to be completed in the next few years.

In the past few years, the global semiconductor industry has experienced a wave of climax, but with the release of capacity in 2018, trade wars, weak consumer demand, etc., the semiconductor industry has entered a downward cycle.

Analysts believe that Intel's ability to expand against the trend is mainly due to the global server growth, the PC industry is welcoming the tide. In particular, in 2018, Intel's PC chip showed a shortage of price increases. The global expansion will effectively alleviate market demand and respond to the new market brought about by the 5G outbreak in advance.

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