Trump and the chipmaker, Intel included, want to foundries in the usa
The floor of the White House to produce microprocessors in America is starting to take shape, according to an investigation by the Wall Street Journal, would have been embarked upon discussions with some of the most important chipmaker in the world, including Intel. Intel itself has confirmed the news: vice-president Greg Slater told the american newspaper that is taking the idea very seriously. A few weeks ago we talked about how TSMC, one of the most important foundries in the world that has as Apple customers, Huawei and many others, is considering opening a plant in the USA for the manufacturing process to 2 nm.
Unfortunately, there are many more details, but it is likely that all rotate around the business, potentially very lucrative, of the military contracts. The same director of Intel, Bob Swan, has written a letter to the Department of Defense at the end of April saying that it is "in the best interests of the United States and Intel's" open foundry american.
Trump and his administration have always claimed to want to enhance the productivity of the american in the field of technology, to create more jobs and reduce dependence on other Countries - especially China, the first pole in the world with whom you have an ongoing trade war for a few years, and that is deemed a risk to national security. To put it in other words: if you could choose, the Pentagon would prefer to mount processors made in America on his computer and the server.Camera Wide at the best price? LG G7 ThinQ, on offer today from TIMRetail to 279 euros or from Amazon at 379 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING