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SOURCE: https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2021/05/breakthrough-to-below-1-nanometer-chips.html
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In September 2020, TSMC Chairman Mark Liu said they would build a plant for the 2 nm node at Hsinchu in Taiwan, and might install production at Taichung dependent on demand.At the end of 2020, seventeen of the European Union countries signed a joint declaration to develop their entire semiconductor industry, including developing process nodes as small as 2 nm as well as a designing and manufacturing custom processors, assigning up to 145 billion euro in funds.In May 2021, IBM announced it had produced 2 nm class transistor using three silicon layer nanosheets with a gate length of 12nm.“We resolved one of the biggest problems in miniaturizing semiconductor devices, the contact resistance between a metal electrode and a monolayer semiconductor material,” says Su, who is now at UC Berkeley. This technology unveils the potential of high-performance monolayer transistors that are on par with state-of-the-art three-dimensional semiconductors, enabling further device downscaling and extending Moore’s law.SOURCES- Nature, MIT, Wikipedia

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