With fierce competition in the global semiconductor industry and strong demand for chips, TSMC, which has mastered advanced wafer foundry technology, has become a hot company and even a "national protector". However, whether it is TSMC, Samsung, or Intel, the key to competing for chip dominance lies in this leading manufacturer of chip manufacturing equipment from the Netherlands, ASML (Asmol).
In the past, the most advanced chips in the old picture restoration high-performance smart phones and notebook computers we unpacked were derived from ASML technology. Over the years, ASML has been committed to the development of semiconductor production technology, gathering the best wisdom of mankind, and integrating the resources of the global supply chain. ASML has offices in 16 countries and 60 cities around the world and employs more than 30,000 people, including 3,600 in Taiwan. So, what kind of magical technology ASML
masters makes semiconductor manufacturers all over the world rely on their equipment? From ASML's public disclosure of the most important "two rays of light" driving the semiconductor economy, as well as the exclusive limited New Year's gift box, you can know a thing or two. Use the "two rays of light" that change the world to make technology closer to human nature Imagine a day without chips, how much would your life change? There is no mobile phone and computer to work, no car to commute, and even the favorite game console during breaks has disappeared.