DRAM company Nanya Technology plans $10bn chip fab in New Taipei, Taiwan

Taiwanese memory chipmaker Nanya Technology plans to spend $10.69 billion on a DRAM facility in New Taipei, Taiwan.

The company trails Samsung, SK Hynix, and Micron in dynamic random access memory sales, but is benefiting from a rapidly growing overall market.

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"The investment will come over the next seven years and create at least 2,000 new jobs," Chairman Wu Chia-Chau said.

"Construction will start by the end of 2021, and the plant will be completed in 2023 with mass production is set to start in 2024."

Read the full story at datacenterdynamics.com.

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