DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “TSMC’s Japan Expansion and Japanese Semiconductor Vendors Deployment Strategies” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This report looks into Japanese semiconductor vendors’ deployment plans such as Sony, Renesas, and Denso and analyzes TSMC’s motive to set up a new fab in Japan from the perspective of cooperation between wafer foundries and their customers.
After TSMC, the world’s largest fab foundry, announced the establishment of a US$12 billion factory in the United States in 2020, the company recently said it will set up a new fab, called JASM (Japan Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing) with Sony in Kumamoto, Japan.
Pursuant to the agreement, Sony will invest US$500 million to seize a stake of less than 20% in JASM while TSMC will spend US$2.12 billion and the Japanese government will provide financial support through 400 billion Yen (US$3.5 billion; US$1 = 114.1 Yen) subsidies.
List of Topics:
- Development of top-10 Japanese semiconductor companies by revenue and chip offerings
- Deployment plans and strategies of three major Japanese semiconductor vendors: Sony, Renesas, and Denso
Key Topics Covered:
1. Ranking of Japanese Semiconductor Companies by Revenue
2. CMOS Image Sensor Leader Sony Shifts to A Fab-Lite Model
3. Automotive MCU Leader Renesas Sticks to Fab-Lite
4. Denso Expands to Autonomous Driving with a Fabless Business Model
4.1 Autonomous Driving Prompts Changes in Japan’s Automotive Supply Chain
4.2 Toyota/Denso Develop Next-gen Automotive Semiconductors with a Fabless Business Model
5.1 AI and Autonomous Driving Urges Japanese Semiconductor Companies to Transition to Fab-lite/Fabless Business Models
5.2 Win-win Cooperation between Japanese and Taiwanese Semiconductor Industries
List of Companies
- Aeva Technologies
- Aisin Seiki
- Altair Semiconductor
- Fuji Electric
- MIRISE Technologies
- Mitsubishi Electric
- ON Semiconductor
- Rohm Semiconductor
- Sanken Electric
- SK Hynix
- Sony Semiconductor
- Woven Planet
- ZongWu Technology
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