Intel chief says Taiwan ‘not a stable place’ (2021/12/03)
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    Intel chief says Taiwan ‘not a stable place’ (2021/12/03)

    Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has added fuel to the fire of his rivalry with TSMC. At a tech forum in California, Gelsinger said, quote, "Taiwan is not a stable place." He said that Washington needed to invest more in American chipmakers, rather than depend on Asian foundries like TSMC. When asked for comment on Gelsinger's remarks, TSMC CEO Mark Liu declined, saying, quote, "It isn't worth a response."

    Patrick Gelsinger
    Intel CEO
    Twenty-seven sorties from China flew into Taiwan’s airspace on Monday. Does that make you feel more comfortable or less?

    The CEO of TSMC’s main rival Intel attended the Fortune Brainstorm Tech this week. At the event, he described Taiwan as unsafe due to constant PLA incursions. He said it was unwise for the U.S. to overly depend on Taiwan’s TSMC.

    Patrick Gelsinger
    Intel CEO
    If you’re now dependent on Taiwan as the singular of technology for the most critical aspect of our human existence, and our national security, and economy for the future – this is precarious.

    Gelsinger said Taiwan was unstable and that TSMC was mired in geopolitical risks. With TSMC building a plant in Arizona, Samsung has announced a US$17 billion plant in Texas. Their U.S. expansion, which is being encouraged by Washington, has put pressure on Intel, which has repeatedly called for more investment in American companies. On Friday, Taiwan’s economics minister threw her full support behind TSMC, saying it had proven itself with its technology.

    Wang Mei-hua
    Economics minister
    Our semiconductor industry in Taiwan is constantly advancing – one step at a time. TSMC’S technologies and its yield rate have won high affirmation from its clients. Here in Taiwan, our job is to do our job well.

    When asked for comment about Gelsinger’s remarks, TSMC CEO Mark Liu declined. He said, “It isn’t worth a response. I won’t slander anyone in the industry.” Liu told media that construction on TSMC’s plant in Arizona was progressing according to schedule.

    In the battle for chip supremacy, TSMC is still in the lead, with Samsung and Intel far behind. Both have said they intend to overtake TSMC by 2024.
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