List of semiconductor fabrication plants

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This is a list of semiconductor fabrication plants: A semiconductor fabrication plant is where integrated circuits (ICs), also known as microchips, are made. They are either operated by Integrated Device Manufacturers (IDMs) who design and manufacture ICs in-house and may also manufacture designs from design only firms (fabless companies), or by Pure Play foundries, who manufacture designs from fabless companies but do not design their own ICs. Some Pure Play foundries like TSMC offer IC design services, and others like Samsung design and manufacture ICs for their customers, while designing, manufacturing and selling their own ICs.

Notes:

  • Plant location is where the plant is located,.
  • Started production is when the plant officially started volume (or mass) production.
  • Wafer size is the largest wafer size that the facility is capable of processing.
  • Process technology node is the size of the smallest features that the facility is capable of etching onto the wafers.
  • Wafer capacity per month is the plant's Nameplate capacity. It does not mean that the facility is working at that capacity. The number of wafers that a plant actually processes in relation to its nameplate capacity is referred to as the plant's utilization.
  • Technology/products are the products that the facility is capable of producing, as not all plants can produce all products on the market.

Open plants are listed below; plants that are closed are below this first table.

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Company Plant Name Plant Location Plant Cost (in US$ billions) Started Production Wafer Size (mm) Process Technology Node (nm) Production Capacity (Wafers/Month) Technology / Products
UMC Fab 6A Taiwan, Hsinchu 0.35[1] 1989[1] 150 450 50,000 Foundry
UMC Fab 8AB Taiwan, Hsinchu 1[1] 1995[1] 200 250 70,000[2] Foundry
UMC Fab 8C Taiwan, Hsinchu 1[1] 1998[1] 200 350–110 29,000 Foundry
UMC Fab 8D Taiwan, Hsinchu 1.5[1] 2000[1] 200 90 32,000 Foundry
UMC Fab 8E Taiwan, Hsinchu 0.96[1] 1998[1] 200 180 35,000 Foundry
UMC Fab 8F Taiwan, Hsinchu 1.5[1] 2000[1] 200 150 32,000 Foundry
UMC Fab 8S Taiwan, Hsinchu 0.8[1] 2004[1] 200 350–250 25,000 Foundry
UMC Fab 8N Taiwan, Hsinchu 0.750[1] 2003[1] 200 350–110 50,000 Foundry
UMC Fab 12A Taiwan, Tainan 4.65, 4.1, 6.6, 7.3[1] 2001, 2010, 2014, 2017[1] 300 28, 14 82,000[2] Foundry
UMC Fab 12i Singapore 3.7[1] 2004[1] 300 130–40 50,000 Foundry
UMC Fab 12X China, Xiamen 300 55–28 50,000 Foundry
Texas Instruments FFAB Germany, Freising 200 1000–180
Texas Instruments (formerly National Semiconductor) MFAB[3] USA, ME, South Portland .932 1997 200 350, 250, 180
Texas Instruments RFAB USA, TX, Richardson 2009 300 180, 130 BiCMOS
Texas Instruments DMOS6 USA, TX, Dallas 300 130–65, 45
Texas Instruments DMOS5 USA, TX, Dallas 200 180 BiCMOS
Texas Instruments DFAB USA, TX, Dallas 1964 150/200 1000–500
Texas Instruments SFAB USA, TX, Sherman 150 2000–1000
Texas Instruments MIHO8 Japan, Miho 200 350–250 BiCMOS
Texas Instruments (formerly Spansion) Aizu Japan, Aizu 200 110
Texas Instruments (formerly SMIC - Cension) Chengdu (CFAB) China, Chengdu 200
SMIC S1 Mega Fab (S1A/S1B/S1C)[4] China, Shanghai 200 35090 114,000[5] Foundry
SMIC S2 (Fab 8)[4] China, Shanghai 300 45/40–32/28 20,000[5] Foundry
SMIC - SMSC SN1[4] China, Shanghai 10 (expected) (planned) 300 12 / 14 70,000[6] Foundry
SMIC B1 Mega Fab (Fab 4, Fab 6)[4] China, Beijing 2004 300 18090/55 50,000[5] Foundry
SMIC B2A[4] China, Beijing 3.59[7] 2014 300 45/40–32/28 35,000[5] Foundry
SMIC Fab 7[4] China, Tianjin 2004 200 35090 50,000[5] Foundry
SMIC Fab 15[4] China, Shenzhen 2014 200 35090 50,000[5] Foundry
SMIC SZ (Fab 16A/B)[4] China, Shenzhen 2019 300 8 / 14 40,000[6] Foundry
SMIC[6] B3 China, Beijing 7.6 Under construction 300 35,000 Foundry
Wuxi Xichanweixin (formerly SMIC - LFoundry [de]) (formerly LFoundry [de]) (formerly Micron)[8] (formerly Texas Instruments) LF Italy, Avezzano 1995 200 18090 50,000
Nanya Fab Taiwan, ? 199x 300 DRAM
Nanya Fab 2 Taiwan, Linkou 0.8 2000 200[9] 175 30,000 DRAM
Nanya Fab 3A[10] Taiwan, New Taipei City[11] 1.85[12] 2018 300 20 DRAM
Micron Fab 1 USA, VA, Manassas 1981 300 DRAM
Micron (formerly IM Flash) Fab 2 IMFT USA, UT, Lehi 300 25[13] 70,000 DRAM, 3D XPoint
Micron Fab 4[14] USA, ID, Boise 300 RnD
Micron (formerly Dominion Semiconductor) Fab 6 USA, VA, Manassas 1997 300 25[13] 70,000 DRAM, NAND FLASH, NOR
Micron (formerly TECH Semiconductor) Fab 7 (formerly TECH Semiconductor, Singapore)[15] Singapore, Singapore 300 60,000 NAND FLASH
Micron (formerly IM Flash)[16] Fab 10[17] Singapore, Singapore 3 2011 300 25 100,000 NAND FLASH
Micron (formerly Inotera) Fab 11[18] Taiwan, Taoyuan 300 20 and under 80,000 DRAM
Micron Fab 13[19] Singapore, Singapore 200 NOR
Micron UK, Scotland[20]
Micron Singapore[20] 200 NOR Flash
Micron Micron Semiconductor Asia Singapore[20]
Micron China, Xi'an[20]
Micron (formerly Elpida Memory) Fab 15 (formerly Elpida Memory, Hiroshima)[14][20] Japan, Hiroshima 300 20 and under 100,000 DRAM
Micron (formerly Rexchip) Fab 16 (formerly Rexchip, Taichung)[14] Taiwan, Taichung 300 30 and under 80,000 DRAM, FEOL
Micron (formerly Cando) Micron Memory Taiwan[20] Taiwan, Taichung ?, 2018 300 DRAM, BEOL
Micron A3 Taiwan, Taichung[21] Under construction 300 DRAM
Intel D1B USA, OR, Hillsboro 1996 300 10 / 14 / 22 Microprocessors[22]
Intel D1C[23][22] USA, OR, Hillsboro 2001 300 10 / 14 / 22 Microprocessors[22]
Intel D1D[23][22] USA, OR, Hillsboro 2003 300 7 / 10 / 14 Microprocessors[22]
Intel D1X[24][22] USA, OR, Hillsboro 2013 300 7 / 10 / 14 Microprocessors[22]
Intel Fab 12[23][22] USA, AZ, Chandler 1996 300 14 / 22 / 65 Microprocessors & chipsets[22]
Intel Fab 32[23][25] USA, AZ, Chandler 3 2007 300 45
Intel Fab 32[23][22] USA, AZ, Chandler 2007 300 22 / 32 Microprocessors[22]
Intel Fab 42[26][27][22] USA, AZ, Chandler 10[28] 2020[29] 300 7 / 10 Microprocessors[22]
Intel Fab 11x[23][22] USA, NM, Rio Rancho 2002 300 32 / 45 Microprocessors[22]
Intel (formerly Micron) (formerly Numonyx) (formerly Intel) Fab 18[30] Israel, Kiryat Gat 1996 200, 300 45 / 65 / 90 / 180 Microprocessors and chipsets[31], NOR flash
Intel Fab 10[23] Ireland, Leixlip 1994 200
Intel Fab 14[23] Ireland, Leixlip 1998 200
Intel Fab 24[23][22] Ireland, Leixlip 2004 300 14 / 65 / 90[32] Microprocessors, Chipsets and Comms[22]
Intel Fab 28[23][22] Israel, Kiryat Gat 2008 300 10 / 22 / 45 Microprocessors[22]
Intel Fab 68[23][33] China, Dalian 2.5 2010 300 65[34] 30,000–52,000 Microprocessors (former), VNAND[22]
Intel Costa Rica, Heredia, Belén 1997 300 22
General Motors Components Holdings Fab III USA, IN, Kokomo 125/200 500+
Raytheon Systems Ltd UK, Glenrothes, Scotland 1960 100 CMOS-on-SiC, foundry
BAE Systems (formerly Sanders) USA, NH, Nashua[1] 1985[1] 100, 150 140, 100, 70, 50 MMIC, GaAs, GaN-on-SiC, foundry
Flir Systems USA, CA, Santa Barbara[35] 150 IR Detectors, Thermal Imaging Sensors
Qorvo (formerly RF Micro Devices) USA, Greensboro[36] 100,150 500 8,000 SAW filters, GaAs HBT, GaAs pHEMT, GaN
Qorvo (formerly TriQuint Semiconductor) (formerly Micron) (formerly Texas Instruments) (formerly TwinStar Semiconductor) USA, Richardson[36] 0.5 1996 100, 150, 200 350, 250, 150, 90 8,000 DRAM (former), BAW filters, power amps, GaAs pHEMT, GaN-on-SiC
Qorvo (formerly TriQuint Semiconductor) USA, Hillsboro[36] 100, 150 500 Power amps, GaAs
Apple (formerly Maxim) (formerly Samsung) X3[37] USA, CA, San Jose ?, 1997, 2015[38] 600–90
Analog Devices Limerick Ireland, Limerick 200
Analog Devices Wilmington USA, MA, Wilmington 200/150
Analog Devices (formerly Linear Technology) Hillview USA, CA, Milipitas 150
Analog Devices (formerly Linear Technology) Camas USA, WA, Camas 150
Maxim MaxFabNorth[39] USA, OR, Beaverton
ISRO SCL India, Chandigarh 200 180 MEMS, CMOS, CCD, N.S.
Tower Semiconductor (formerly Maxim) Fab 9[40][41] USA, TX, San Antonio 2003 200 180 Foundry, Al BEOL, Power, RF Analog
Tower Semiconductor (formerly National Semiconductor) Fab 1[42] Israel, Migdal Haemek 0.235[1] 1989, 1986[1] 150 1000–350 14,000 Foundry, Planarized BEOL, W and Oxide CMP, CMOS, CIS, Power, Power Discrete
Tower Semiconductor Fab 2[42] Israel, Migdal Haemek 1.226[1] 2003 200 180–130 51,000[1] Foundry, Cu and Al BEOL, EPI, 193 nm Scanner, CMOS, CIS, Power, Power Discrete, MEMS, RFCMOS
Tower Semiconductor (formerly Jazz Technologies) (formerly Conexant) (formerly Rockwell) Fab 3,[42] Newport Beach[1] USA, CA, Newport Beach 0.165[1] 1967, 1995[1] 200 130–500 25,000[1] Foundry, Al BEOL, SiGe, EPI
Tower SemiconductorTPSCo (formerly Panasonic) Fab 5,[42] Tonami[43] Japan, Tonami 1994 200 500–130 Foundry, Analog/Mixed-Signal,Power,Discrete,NVM,CCD
Tower SemiconductorTPSCo (formerly Panasonic) Fab 7,[42] Uozu[43] Japan, Uozu 1984 300 65. 45 Foundry, CMOS,CIS,RF SOI, Analog/Mixed-Signal
Tower SemiconductorTPSCo (formerly Panasonic) Fab 6,[42] Arai[43] Japan, Arai 1976 200 130–110 Foundry, Analog/Mixed-Signal,CIS,NVM,Thick Cu RDL
Nuvoton[44] Fab2 Taiwan 150 350–1000 nm 45,000[44] Generic Logic, Mixed Signal (Mixed Mode), High Voltage, Ultra High Voltage, Power Management, Mask ROM (Flat Cell), Embedded Logic, Non-Volatile Memory, IGBT, MOSFET, Biochip, TVS, Sensor
Nuvoton Nuvoton Technology Corporation Taiwan, No. 4, Creation Rd. III, Hsinchu Science Park
Rohm[45] (formerly Renesas) Shiga Factory Japan 200 150 IGBT, MOSFET, MEMS
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)(formerly Oki Semiconductor)(Oki Electric Industry)[45][46] Miyasaki Japan 150 MEMS
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] Building No.1 Japan 1961[47] Transistors
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] Building No.2 Japan 1962[47] Transistors
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] Building No.3 Japan 1962[47] Transistors
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] Building No.4 Japan 1969[47] Transistors
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] Chichibu Plant Japan 1975[47] DRAM
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] VLSI Laboratory No. 1 Japan 1977[47] VLSI
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] VLSI Laboratory No. 2 Japan 1983[47]
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] VLSI Laboratory No. 3 Japan 1983[47] DRAM
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] Oregon Plant USA, OR 1990[47]
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] Thailand Thailand 1992[47]
Rohm (Lapis Semiconductor)[45] ULSI Laboratory No. 1 Japan 1992[47] 500 DRAM
Rohm (Kionix)[48] Ithaca USA, NY, Ithaca 150 MEMS
Rohm (Kionix)[48] (formerly Renesas Kyoto) Kyoto Japan, Kyoto 200 MEMS
Oki Electric Industry[49] Japan, Tokyo, Minato-ku 1961 100, 150, 130, 76 7,200 Bipolar, Mask ROM
Oki Electric Industry[49] Miyazaki Oki Electric Co 1981 100, 150, 130, 76 3000 7,200 Bipolar, Mask ROM, DRAM[47]
Oki Electric Industry[49] Miyagi Facility 1988[47] 100, 150, 130, 76 7,200 Bipolar, Mask ROM
Oki Electric Industry[49] Hachioji Facility 100, 150, 130, 76 7,200 Bipolar, Mask ROM
Oki Electric Industry[50] 150 180–150 SoCs, LSI, Logic, Memory
Fuji Electric[51] Omachi Japan, Nagano Prefecture
Fuji Electric[52] Iyama Japan, Nagano Prefecture
Fuji Electric[53] Hokuriku Japan, Toyama prefecture
Fuji Electric[54] Matsumoto Japan, Nagano prefecture
USJC (formerly Fujitsu) Kawasaki Japan, Kawasaki 1966[55]
USJC (formerly Fujitsu) Mie (original installations)[56] Japan, Mie 1974 150, 200, 300[57]
USJC (formerly Fujitsu)[58][59] Fab B1 (at Mie)[60] Japan, 1500 Tadocho Mizono, Kuwana, Mie[61] 2005 300 65, 90 15,000 Foundry, Ultra-low Power ICs, Embedded Memory, RF ICs
USJC (formerly Fujitsu)[58][59] Fab B2 (at Mie)[60] Japan, 1500 Tadocho Mizono, Kuwana, Mie[61] 1 (total)[62] 2007, July 300 65, 90 25,000 Foundry, Ultra-low Power ICs, Embedded Memory, RF ICs[63]
USJC (formerly Fujitsu)[58][59] Japan, 1500 Tadocho Mizono, Kuwana, Mie[61] 2015 300 40[64] 5,000 Foundry
USJC (formerly Fujitsu) Kumagaya Plant[60] Japan, Saitama, 1224 Oaza-Nakanara, Kumagaya-shi, 360-0801 1974
USJC (formerly Fujitsu)[65] Suzaka Plant Japan, Nagano, 460 Oaza-Koyama, Suzaka-shi, 382-8501
USJC (formerly Fujitsu) Iwate Plant[66][57] Japan, Iwate, 4-2 Nishinemoriyama, Kanegasaki-cho, Isawa-gun, 029-4593
Denso (formerly Fujitsu)[67] Denso Iwate[68][69][70] Japan, Iwate Prefecture, Kanegasaki-cho 0.088 Under construction, 2019, May (planned) Semiconductor wafers and sensors (since June 2017)
Canon Inc. Oita[71] Japan
Canon Inc. Kanagawa[72] Japan
Canon Inc. Ayase[71] Japan
Sharp Corporation Fukuyama[73] Japan
Japan Semiconductor

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Iwate Japan
Japan Semiconductor[74] Oita Japan
Kioxia Yokkaichi Operations[75][76] Japan, Yokkaichi 1992 173,334[77][78][79][80] Flash Memory
Kioxia/SanDisk Fab 5 Phase 1 (at Yokkaichi Operations) Japan, 800 Yamanoisshikicho, Yokkaichi, Mie[81] 2011 Flash
Kioxia/SanDisk Fab 5 Phase 2[81] (at Yokkaichi Operations) Japan, Mie 2011 300 15[82] Flash
Kioxia[83] Fab 3 (at Yokkaichi Operations) Japan, Yokkaichi NAND Memory
Kioxia[84] Fab 4 (at Yokkaichi Operations) Japan, Yokkaichi 2007 NAND Memory
Kioxia[85] Kaga Toshiba Japan, Ishikawa Power semiconductor devices
Kioxia[86] Oita Operations Japan, Kyushu
Kioxia[87][88] Fab 6 (phase 1) (at Yokkaichi Operations)[89] Japan, Yokkaichi 1.6, 1.7, 1.8 (estimates) (combined costs of installation of equipment at Phase 1 and construction of Phase 2)[90][76] 2018 BiCS FLASH™
Kioxia[87][88] Fab 6 (phase 2) (at Yokkaichi Operations) Japan, Yokkaichi 1.6, 1.7, 1.8 (estimates) (combined costs of installation of equipment at Phase 1 and construction of Phase 2)[90][76] Planned BiCS FLASH™
Kioxia[87][88] Japan, Yokkaichi 4.6[91][92] Planned BiCS FLASH™
Kioxia[87] Fab 2 (at Yokkaichi Operations) Japan, Yokkaichi 1995 3D NAND
Kioxia[93][94] New Fab 2 (at Yokkaichi Operations) Japan, Yokkaichi 2016, July 15 3D NAND
Kioxia[95][96][97][98] Japan, Iwate Prefecture Under Construction 3D NAND
Western Digital[99][100]
Hitachi[101] Rinkai Factory Japan, 5-2-2, Omikacho, Hitachi-shi, Ibaraki, 319-1221 MEMS Foundry
Hitachi[101] Haramachi Factory Japan, 20 Aza Oohara, Shimo-Ota, Haramachi-ku, Minamisouma-shi, Fukushima, 975-0041 Power semiconductors
Hitachi[101] Yamanashi Factory Japan, 545, Itchohata, Chuo-shi, Yamanashi, 409-3813 Power semiconductors
ABB[102] Lenzburg Switzerland, Lenzburg 0.140 2010 (second phase) 130, 150 18,750 (225,000 per year) High power semiconductors, diodes, IGBT, BiMOS
ABB[102] Czech Republic
Mitsubishi Electric[103] Power Device Works, Kunamoto Site Japan Power semiconductors
Mitsubishi Electric[103] Power Device Works, Fukuoka Site Japan, Kunamoto Prefecture, Fukuoka City[104] Power semiconductors and sensors[104]
Mitsubishi Electric[105] High frequency optical device manufacturing plant Japan, Hyogo Prefecture[105] High frequency semiconductor devices (GaAsFET, GaN, MMIC)[105]
Powerchip Semiconductor Memory Foundry, Fab P1[106][107] Taiwan, Hsinchu 2.24[1] 2002[1] 300 90, 70, 22[108] 80,000 Foundry, Memory IC, LCD drive IC, Integrated Memory Chips, CMOS Image Sensors, and Power Management IC
Powerchip Semiconductor Fab P2[107] Taiwan, Hsinchu, Hsinchu Science Park 1.86[1] 2005[1] 300 90, 70, 22[108] 80,000 Foundry, Memory IC, LCD drive IC, Integrated Memory Chips, CMOS Image Sensors, and Power Management IC
Powerchip Semiconductor Fab P3[107] Taiwan, Hsinchu, Hsinchu Science Park 300 90, 70, 22[108] 20,000 Foundry, Memory IC, LCD drive IC, Integrated Memory Chips, CMOS Image Sensors, and Power Management IC
Renesas[109] Naka Factory 751, Horiguchi, Hitachinaka-shi, Ibaraki, 312-8504, Japan 2009 300 28 [110]
Renesas (formerly Trecenti) Japan[111][112] 300 180, 90, 65 Foundry
Renesas[109] Takasaki Factory 111, Nishiyokotemachi, Takasaki-shi, Gunma, 370-0021, Japan
Renesas[109] Shiga Factory 2-9-1, Seiran, Otsu-shi, Shiga, 520-8555, Japan
Renesas[109] Yamaguchi Factory 20192-3, Higashimagura Jinga, Ube-shi, Yamaguchi, 757-0298, Japan
Renesas[109] Kawashiri Factory 1-1-1, Yahata, Minami-ku, Kumamoto-shi, Kumamoto, 861-4195, Japan
Renesas[109] Saijo Factory 8-6, Hiuchi, Saijo-shi, Ehime, 793-8501, Japan
Renesas[109] Musashi Site 5-20-1, Josuihon-cho, Kodaira-shi, Tokyo, 187-8588, Japan
Renesas (formerly NEC Electronics) (formerly NEC) Roseville[113][114] USA, CA, Roseville 1.2[115] 2002, April 200 RAM, SoCs, Multimedia Chips
Renesas-Intersil[109] 1 Murphy Ranch Rd USA, CA, Milpitas
Integrated Device Technology USA, OR, Hillsboro 1997 200 140–100[116]
NEC[49] 100, 130, 150 SRAM, DRAM
NEC[117] Japan DRAM
TSI Semiconductors[118] (formerly Renesas) Roseville fab, M-Line, TD-Line, K-Line[119][1] USA, CA, Roseville 1992, 1985[1] 200
Micronas FREIBURG[120][121] Germany, Freiburg, 19 D-79108, Hans-Bunte-Strasse
TDK (formerly Renesas) Tsuruoka Higashi[122][123] 125[124]
TDK Japan, Saku[125]
Tronics USA, TX, Addison[126]
Silanna (formerly Sapphicon Semiconductor) Australia, Sydney Olympic Park[1] 0.030 1965,1989[1] 150
Silanna (formerly Sapphicon Semiconductor) (formerly Peregrine Semiconductor) (formerly Integrated Device Technology) Australia, Sydney

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150 500, 250 RF CMOS, SOS, foundry
Murata Manufacturing[128] Nagano[124] Japan 0.100 SAW filters[124]
Murata Manufacturing[128] Otsuki[124] Japan
Murata Manufacturing[128] Kanazawa Japan 0.111 SAW filters[124]
Murata Manufacturing (formerly Fujifilm)[129][130] Sendai Japan, Miyagi Prefecture 0.092[124] MEMS[131]
Murata Manufacturing[129] Yamanashi Japan, Yamanashi Prefecture
Murata Manufacturing[132] Yasu Japan, Yasu, Shiga Prefecture
Mitsumi Electric[133] Semiconductor Works #3 Japan, Atsugi Operation Base 2000
Mitsumi Electric[133] Japan, Atsugi Operation Base 1979
Sony[134] Kagoshima Technology Center Japan, Kagoshima 1973 Bipolar CCD, MOS, MMIC, SXRD
Sony[134] Oita Technology Center Japan, Oita 2016 CMOS Image Sensor
Sony[134] Nagasaki Technology Center Japan, Nagasaki 1987 MOS LSI, CMOS Image Sensors, SXRD
Sony[134] Kumamoto Technology Center Japan, Kumamoto 2001 CCD Imgage Sensors, H-LCD, SXRD
Sony[134] Shiroishi Zao Technology Center Japan, Shiroishi 1969 Semiconductor Lasers
Sony Sony Shiroishi Semiconductor Inc. Japan, Miyagi Semiconductor Lasers[135]
Sony (formerly Renesas) (formerly NEC Electronics) (formerly NEC)[134][136][137] Yamagata Technology Center Japan, Yamagata 2014 CMOS Image Sensor, eDRAM (formerly)
MagnaChip F-5[138] 2005 200 130
SK Hynix[139] China, Chongqing
SK Hynix[139] China, Chongqing
SK Hynix[140][141] South Korea, Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do Under construction[142] NAND Flash
SK Hynix[141] South Korea, Cheongju Under construction NAND Flash
SK Hynix[141] South Korea, Incheon Planned NAND Flash
SK Hynix M8 South Korea, Cheongju 200 Foundry
SK Hynix M10 South Korea, Icheon 300 DRAM
SK Hynix M11 South Korea, Cheongju 300 NAND Flash
SK Hynix M12 South Korea, Cheongju 300 NAND Flash
SK Hynix HC1 China, Wuxi 300 100,000[6] DRAM
SK Hynix HC2 China, Wuxi 300 70,000[6] DRAM
SK Hynix M14 South Korea, Icheon 300 DRAM, NAND Flash
LG Innotek[143] Paju South Korea, 570, Hyuam-ro, Munsan-eup, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do, 10842 LED Epi-wafer, Chip, Package
Diodes Incorporated[144] (formerly Zetex Semiconductors) OFAB UK, Oldham 150
Diodes Incorporated (formerly BCD Semi)[145] China 150 4000–1000
Diodes Incorporated (formerly Texas Instruments) GFAB UK, Scotland, Greenock 150/200 40,000
Lite-On Optoelectronics[146] China, Tianjin
Lite-On Optoelectronics[146] Thailand, Bangkok
Lite-On Optoelectronics[146] China, Jiangsu
Lite-On Semiconductor[147] Keelung Plant Taiwan, Keelung 1990 100 Thyristor, DIscrete
Lite-On Semiconductor[147] Hsinchu Plant Taiwan, Hsinchu 2005 Bipolar BCD, CMOS
Lite-On Semiconductor[147] Lite-On Semi (Wuxi) China, Jiangsu 2004 100 Discrete
Lite-On Semiconductor[147] Wuxi WMEC Plant China, Jiangsu 2005 Discrete, Power, Optical ICs
Lite-On Semiconductor[147] Shanghai (SSEC) Plant China, Shanghai 1993 76 Fab, Assembly
Trumpf[148] (formerly Philips Photonics) Germany, Ulm VCSEL
Philips[149] Netherlands, Eindhoven 200,150 30,000 R&D, MEMS
Nexperia (formerly NXP Semiconductors) (formerly Philips) Hamburg site[150] Germany, Hamburg 1953 200 35,000 Small-signal and bipolar discrete devices
Nexperia (formerly NXP Semiconductors) (formerly Philips) (formerly Mullard) Manchester[150] UK, Bramhall Moor Lane, Pepper Rd, Hazel Grove, Stockport SK7 5BJ 1987? 150, 200 24,000 GaN FETs, TrenchMOS MOSFETs
NXP Semiconductors (formerly Philips) ICN8 Netherlands, Nijmegen 200 40,000+[151] SiGe
NXP Semiconductors Japan[49] Bipolar, Mos, Analog, Digital, Transistors, Diodes
NXP Semiconductors - SSMC SSMC Singapore 1.7[1] 2001[1] 200 120 53,000 SiGe
NXP Semiconductors - Jilin Semiconductor China, Jilin 130
NXP Semiconductors (formerly Freescale Semiconductor) (formerly Motorola) Oak Hill Fab[152] USA, TX, Austin .8[153] 1991 200 250
NXP Semiconductors (formerly Freescale Semiconductor) (formerly Motorola) Chandler Fab[154] USA, AZ, Chandler[155] 1.1[156] +0.1 (GaN) 1993 150 (GaN), 200 180 GaN-on-SiC pHEMT
NXP Semiconductors (formerly Freescale Semiconductor) (formerly Motorola) ATMC[157] USA, TX, Austin 1995 200 90
NXP Semiconductors (formerly Freescale Semiconductor) (formerly Motorola) MOTOFAB1[158] Mexico, Guadalajara 2002
AWSC Taiwan, Tainan[1] 1999[1] 150 12,000 Foundry, GaAs HBT, D pHEMT, IPD, ED pHEMT, ED BiHEMT, InGaP
Skyworks Solutions[159] (formerly Conexant) (formerly Rockwell) USA, CA 100, 150 Compound Semiconductors (GaAs, AlGaAs, InGaP)
Skyworks Solutions[159] (formerly Alpha Industries) USA, MA, Woburn 100, 150 RF/cellular components (SiGe, GaAs)
Skyworks Solutions[159] Japan, Osaka SAW, TC-SAW Filters
Skyworks Solutions[159] Japan, Kadoma SAW, TC-SAW Filters
Skyworks Solutions[159] Singapore, Bedok South Road SAW, TC-SAW Filters
Win Semiconductor Fab A[160] Taiwan, Taoyuan City 150[161] 2000–10 Foundry, GaAs
Win Semiconductor Fab B[160] Taiwan, Taoyuan City 150[161] 2000–10 Foundry, GaAs, GaN
Win Semiconductor Fab C Taiwan, Taoyuan[1] 0.050, 0.178 2000, 2009[1] 150 Foundry, GaAs
ON Semiconductor (formerly Motorola) ISMF Malaysia, Seremban 150 350 80,000 Discrete
ON Semiconductor (formerly LSI) Gresham[162] USA, OR, Gresham 200 110
ON Semiconductor (formerly TESLA) Roznov Czech Republic, Roznov 150 5000
ON Semiconductor (formerly AMI Semiconductor) Pocatello[163] USA, ID, Pocatello 200 350
ON Semiconductor (formerly AMI Semiconductor) (formerly Alcatel Microelectronics) (formerly Mietec) Oudenaarde Belgium, Oudenaarde 150 350 4,000
ON Semiconductor (formerly Sanyo)[164][165] Niigata Japan, Niigata 130, 150 350
ON Semiconductor (formerly Fairchild Semiconductor) (formerly National Semiconductor) (formerly Fairchild Semiconductor) USA, PA, Mountain Top 1960/1997 200 350
ON Semiconductor (formerly Fairchild Semiconductor) (formerly National Semiconductor) (formerly Fairchild Semiconductor) USA, ME, South Portland 1960/1997 200 350
ON Semiconductor (formerly USJC) (formerly Fujitsu)[166][167] Aizu Wakamatsu Plant[168] Japan, Fukushima, 3 Kogyo Danchi, Monden-machi, Aizuwakamatsu-shi, 965-8502 1970[55] 150, 200[169][170][171][172] Memory, Logic
ams[173] FAB B Austria, Unterpremstaetten 200 350
Osram (Osram Opto Semiconductors) Malaysia, Kulim, Kulim Hi-Tech Park 0.350, 1.18[174] 2017, 2020 (second phase, planned)[175][176] 150 LEDs
Osram (Osram Opto Semiconductors) Malaysia, Penang[177][178] 2009 100 LEDs
Osram (Osram Opto Semiconductors) Germany, Regensburg[179] 2003, 2005 (second phase)[180] LEDs
Winbond Memory Product Foundry[181] Taiwan, Taichung 300 46
Winbond CTSP Site[182][183] Taiwan, No. 8, Keya 1st Rd.,Daya Dist.,Central Taiwan Science Park, Taichung City 42881 300
Winbond[184] Planned 300
Vanguard International Semiconductor Fab 1 Taiwan, Hsinchu 0.997[1] 1994[1] 200 55,000 Foundry
Vanguard International Semiconductor (formerly Winbond) Fab 2 (formerly Fab 4&5)[185] Taiwan, Hsinchu 0.965[1] 1998[1] 200 55,000 Foundry
Vanguard International Semiconductor Corporation (formerly GlobalFoundries) (formerly Chartered) Fab 3E[186] Singapore 1.3[1] 200 180 34,000 Foundry
TSMC Fab 2[187] Taiwan, Hsinchu 0.735[1] 1990[1] 150 88,000[188][1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 3 Taiwan, Hsinchu 2[1] 1995[1] 200 100,000[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 5 Taiwan, Hsinchu 1.4[1] 1997[1] 200 48,000[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 6 Taiwan, Tainan 2.1[1] 2000, January; 2001[111] 200, 300 180–? 99,000[1] Foundry
TSMC (formerly TASMC) (formerly Acer Semiconductor Manufacturing Inc.) (formerly Texas Instruments)[189][190][191] Fab 7[192] Taiwan 200 350, 250, 220, 180 33,000 Foundry (current)

DRAM (former), Logic (former)

TSMC (formerly WSMC) Fab 8 Taiwan, Hsinchu 1.6[1] 1998[1] 200 250, 180 85,000[1] Foundry
TSMC (formerly WSMC)[112] 2000 200 250, 150 30,000 Foundry
TSMC Fab 10 China, Shanghai 1.3[1] 2004[1] 200 74,000 Foundry
TSMC WaferTech Fab 11 USA, WA, Camas 1.2 1998 200 350, 250, 180, 160 33,000 Foundry
TSMC Fab 12 Taiwan, Hsinchu 5.2, 21.6 (total, all phases combined)[1] 2001[1] 300 150–28 77,500–123,800 (all phases combined)[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 12A Taiwan, Hsinchu 300 25,000 Foundry
TSMC Fab 12B Taiwan, Hsinchu 300 25,000 Foundry
TSMC Fab 12 (P4) Taiwan, Hsinchu 6[1] 2009[1] 300 20 40,000[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 12 (P5) Taiwan, Hsinchu 3.6[1] 2011[1] 300 20 6,800[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 12 (P6) Taiwan, Hsinchu 4.2[1] 2013[1] 300 16 25,000 Foundry
TSMC Fab 12 (P7) Taiwan, Hsinchu (future) 300 16 Foundry
TSMC Fab 12 (P8)[1] Taiwan, Chunan[1] 5.1[1] 2017[1] 450[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 14 Taiwan, Tainan 5.1[1] 2002,[111] 2004[1] 300 20 82,500[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 14 (B) Taiwan, Tainan 300 16 50,000+[193] Foundry
TSMC Fab 14 (P3)[1] Taiwan, Tainan 3.1[1] 2008[1] 300 16 55,000[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 14 (P4)[1] Taiwan, Tainan 3.750[1] 2011[1] 300 16 45,500[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 14 (P5)[1] Taiwan, Tainan 3.650[1] 2013[1] 300 16 Foundry
TSMC Fab 14 (P7)[1] Taiwan, Tainan 4.850[1] 2015[1] 300 16 Foundry
TSMC Fab 14 (P6)[1] Taiwan, Tainan 4.2[1] 2014[1] 300 16 Foundry
TSMC Fab 15[194] Taiwan, Taichung 9.3 2011 300 20 100,000+(166,000 estimate)[195][193][196] Foundry
TSMC Fab 15 (B) Taiwan, Taichung 300 Foundry
TSMC Fab 15 (P1)[1] Taiwan, Taichung 3.125[1] 2011 300 4,000[1] Foundry
TSMC Fab 15 (P2)[1] Taiwan, Taichung 3.150[1] 2012[1] 300 Foundry
TSMC Fab 15 (P3)[1] Taiwan, Taichung 3.750[1] 2013[1] 300 Foundry
TSMC Fab 15 (P4)[1] Taiwan, Taichung 3.800[1] 2014[1] 300 Foundry
TSMC Fab 15 (P5)[1] Taiwan, Taichung 9.020[1] 2016[1] 300 35,000 Foundry
TSMC Fab 18 Taiwan, Southern Taiwan Science Park[197][198] 17.08 2020 (planned), under construction 300 5[199] 120,000 Foundry
TSMC[6] NJ Fab 16 China, Nanjing 2018 300 20,000 Foundry
TSMC[6][200][201] Taiwan, Tainan Science Park[202] 20 (expected)[203] Future 3[204][205] Foundry
TSMC 20[206] 2022 (planned)[207] 3 Foundry
Epistar Fab F1[208] Taiwan, Longtan Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab A1[208] Taiwan, Hsinchu Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab N2[208] Taiwan, Hsinchu Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab N8[208] Taiwan, Hsinchu Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab N1[208] Taiwan, Hsinchu Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab N3[208] Taiwan, Hsinchu Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab N6[208] Taiwan, Chunan Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab N9[208] Taiwan, Chunan Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab H1[208] Taiwan, Central Taiwan Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab S1[208] Taiwan, Tainan Science Park LEDs
Epistar Fab S3[208] Taiwan, Tainan Science Park LEDs
Epistar (formerly TSMC)[209][210][211] Taiwan, Hsin-Chu Science Park 0.080 2011, second half LEDs
GCS USA, CA, Torrance[1] 1999[1] 100 6,400 Foundry, GaAs, InGaAs, InGaP, InP, HBT, PICs
Bosch Germany, Reutlingen 1995[212] 150 ASIC, analog, power, SiC
Bosch Germany, Dresden 1.0[213] under construction 300 65
Bosch WaferFab Germany, Reutlingen 0.708[214] 2010[212] 200 30,000 ASIC, analog, power, MEMS
STMicroelectronics AMK8 (second, newer fab) Singapore, Ang Mo Kio 1995 200
STMicroelectronics (formerly SGS Microelettronica) AMJ9 (first fab) Singapore, Ang Mo Kio 1984[215] 150, 200 6” 14 kpcs/day, 8” 1.4 kpcs/day Power-MOS/ IGBT/ bipolar/ CMOS
STMicroelectronics Crolles 1 / Crolles 200 France, Crolles 1993 200 25,000
STMicroelectronics Crolles2 / Crolles 300 France, Crolles 2003 300 90, 65, 45, 32, 28 20,000 FDSOI
STMicroelectronics Tours France, Tours 200 500 8": 9kpcs/W; 12" 400–1000/W ASIC
STMicroelectronics (formerly SGS-ATES) R2 (upgraded in 2001 from R1) Italy, Agrate Brianza 1963 200
STMicroelectronics (formerly SGS-ATES) AG8/AGM Italy, Agrate Brianza 1963 200
STMicroelectronics Catania Italy, Catania 1997 150 (GaN), 200 GaN
STMicroelectronics Rousset France, Rousset 2000 200
X-Fab Erfurt Germany, Erfurt 1985[1] 200[216] 600–1000[216] 11200–[216] Foundry
X-Fab (formerly ZMD) Dresden Germany, Dresden 0.095[1] 1985[1] 200[217] 350–1000[217] 6000–[217] Foundry, CMOS, GaN-on-Si
X-Fab (formerly Itzehoe) Itzehoe Germany, Itzehoe 200[218] 13000–[218] Foundry, MEMS
X-Fab (formerly 1st Silicon)[219][220] Kuching Malaysia, Kuching 1.89[1] 2000[1] 200[221] 130–350[221] 30,000–[221] Foundry
X-Fab (formerly Texas Instruments) Lubbock USA, TX, Lubbock 0.197[1] 1977[1] 150, 200[222] 600–1000[222] 15000–[222] Foundry, SiC
X-Fab France SAS (formerly Altis Semiconductor) (formerly IBM)[223] ACL-AMF France, Corbeil-Essonnes 1991, 1964[1] 200 130–350 Foundry, CMOS, RF SOI
CEITEC Brazil, Porto Alegre 200 600–1000 RFID
IXYS Germany IGBT[224]
IXYS UK[224]
IXYS USA, MA[224]
IXYS USA, CA[224]
Samsung V1-Line[225] South Korea, Hwaseong 6 2020, February 20 300 7 Microprocessors, Foundry
Samsung S3-Line[226] South Korea, Hwaseong 10.2, 16.2 (planned)[227][228] 300 10 200,000 DRAM, VNAND, Foundry
Samsung S2-Line[229] USA, TX, Austin 16[230][231] 2011 300 6511 92,000 Microprocessors, FDSOI, Foundry, NAND[232]
Samsung S1-Line[233] South Korea, Giheung 33 (total) 2005 (second phase), 1983 (first phase)[234][235] 300 657 62,000 Microprocessors, S.LSI, LEDs, FDSOI, Foundry[236]
Samsung Pyeongtaek[237][238][227] South Korea, Pyeongtaek 14.7, 27 (total)[239][231][240][241][242][243][244][142] 2017, July 6 300 14 450,000[245] V-NAND, DRAM, Foundry
Samsung 6 Line[246] South Korea, Giheung 200 18065 Foundry
Samsung Samsung China Semiconductor[247] China, Shaanxi Province DDR Memory
Samsung Samsung Suzhou Research Center (SSCR)[233] China, Suzhou, Suzhou Industrial Park DDR Memory
Samsung Onyang Complex[247] South Korea, Chungcheongnam-do DDR Memory, System Logic
Samsung F1x1[248][227] China, Xian 2.3[249] 2014 (first phase, second phase is under review)[227] 300 20 100,000 VNAND
Samsung Giheung Campus[250] South Korea, Gyeonggi-do, Yongin LEDs
Samsung Hwasung Campus[250] South Korea, Gyeonggi-do, Hwaseong LEDs
Samsung Tianjin Samsung LED Co., Ltd.[250] China, Tianjin, Xiqing, Micro-Electronic Industrial Park, Weisi Road LEDs
Seagate USA, MN[251]
Seagate Northern Ireland[252][253][254][255]
Broadcom Limited USA, CO, Fort Collins[256]
Cree Inc.[257] Durham USA, NC, Durham Compound Semiconductors, LEDs
Cree Inc.[258] Research Triangle Park USA, NC GaN HEMT RF ICs
NEWPORT WAFER FAB [259] (formerly Infineon Technologies) FAB11 UK, Wales, Newport 200 [260] 180–700 [260] 32,000 [260] Foundry, Compound Semiconductors, IC, MOSFET, IGBT [261]
Infineon Technologies Villach Austria, Villach 1970[262] 100/150/200/300 MEMS, SiC, GaN
Infineon Technologies Dresden Germany, Dresden 3[263] 1994/2011[264] 200/300 90
Infineon Technologies Kulim[265] Malaysia, Kulim 2006[266] 200/300 50,000
Infineon Technologies Kulim 2 Malaysia, Kulim 2015 200/300 50,000
Infineon Technologies Regensburg[267] Germany, Regensburg 1959
Infineon Technologies Cegled[268] Hungary, Cegled
Infineon Technologies Cheonan South Korea, Cheonan-si
Infineon Technologies El Segundo USA, CA, El Segundo[269]
Infineon Technologies Batam Indonesia, Batam
Infineon Technologies Leominster USA
Infineon Technologies Malacca Malaysia
Infineon Technologies Mesa USA
Infineon Technologies Morgan Hill USA
Infineon Technologies Morrisville USA
Infineon Technologies Neubiberg Germany
Infineon Technologies San Jose USA
Infineon Technologies Singapore Singapore
Infineon Technologies Temecula USA
Infineon Technologies Tijuana Mexico
Infineon Technologies Warstein Germany
Infineon Technologies Wuxi China
Cypress Semiconductor Fab25 USA, TX, Austin 1994 200 Flash / Logic
SkyWater Technology (formerly Cypress Semiconductor) (formerly Control Data) (formerly VTC) Minnesota fab USA, MN, Bloomington 1991 200 65, 90, 130, 180, 250, 350 Foundry, SOI, FDSOI, MEMS, SiPh, CNT, 3D packaging, superconducting ICs
D-Wave Systems[270] Superconducting Foundry[271] Quantum Processing Units (QPUs)[271]
GlobalFoundries (formerly AMD) Fab 1 Module 1[272] Germany, Dresden 3.6[1] 2005 300 2245 35,000[1] Foundry, SOI, FDSOI
GlobalFoundries (formerly AMD) Fab 1 Module 2 Germany, Dresden 4.9[1] 1999 300 2245 25,000[1] Foundry, SOI
GlobalFoundries Fab 1 Module 3 Germany, Dresden 2.3[1] 2011[1] 300 2245 6,000[1] Foundry, SOI
GlobalFoundries (formerly Chartered) Fab 2[186] Singapore 1.3[1] 1995[1] 200 350–600 56,000[1] Foundry, SOI
GlobalFoundries (formerly Chartered) Fab 3/5[186] Singapore 0.915, 1.2[1] 1997, 1995[1] 200 180–350 54,000 Foundry, SOI
GlobalFoundries (formerly Chartered) Fab 6[186] Singapore 1.4[1] 2000[1] 200 110–180 45,000 Foundry, SOI
GlobalFoundries (formerly Chartered) Fab 7[272] Singapore 4.6[1] 2005[1] 300 40, 65, 90, 110, 130 50,000 Foundry, Bulk CMOS, RF SOI
GlobalFoundries Fab 8[272] USA, NY, Malta 4.6, 2.1, 13 (total) 2012, 2014[1] 300 12 / 14 / 22 / 28 60,000 Foundry, High-K Metal Gate[273], SOI FinFET
GlobalFoundries Technology Development Center[1] USA, NY, Malta 1.5[1] 2014[1]
GlobalFoundries (formerly IBM) Fab 9 USA, VT, Essex Junction 200 90–350 40,000 Foundry, SiGe, RF SOI
(future ON Semiconductor) GlobalFoundries (formerly IBM)[274][275][276] Fab 10 USA, NY, East Fishkill 2.5 2002 300 9022, 14 14,000 Foundry, RF SOI, SOI FinFET (former), SiGe, SiPh
SUNY Poly CNSE NanoFab 300 North[277] USA, NY, Albany .175, .050 2004, 2005 300 65, 45, 32, 22
SUNY Poly CNSE NanoFab 200[278] USA, NY, Albany .016 1997 200
SUNY Poly CNSE NanoFab Central[277] USA, NY, Albany .150 2009 300 22
Skorpios Technologies (formerly Novati) (formery ATDF) (formerly SEMATECH) USA, TX, Austin[1][279] 0.065 1989[1] 200 10,000 MEMS, photonics, foundry
Opto Diode USA[280]
Optek Technology[49] 1968 100, 150 GaAs, LEDs
II-VI (formerly Oclaro) (formerly Bookham) (formerly NORTHERN TELECOM SEMICONDUCTOR

NORTHERN TELECOM EUROPE[49]) (formely JDS Uniphase) (formerly Uniphase)

Semiconductor Lasers, Photodiodes
Infinera USA, CA[281][282]
Rogue Valley Microdevices USA, OR, Medford 2003 150 MEMS foundry
IMT Fab 1 USA, CA, Goleta 2000 150, 200 350 20,000 Foundry: MEMS, Photonics, Sensors, Biochips
Sensera uDev-1 USA, MA, Woburn 2014 150 700 1,000 MEMS, MicroDevice assembly
Rigetti Computing Fab-1[283][284][285] USA, CA, Fremont 130 Quantum Processors
Microchip Fab 2 USA, AZ, Tempe 1994 200
Microchip Fab 4 USA, OR, Gresham 2004 200
Microchip Fab 5 USA, CO, Colorado Springs 150
NHanced Semiconductors[286] MNC USA, NC, Morrisville 2001 100, 150, 200 >=500 1000 MEMS, Silicon Sensors, BEoL, 2.5/3D and advanced packaging
Polar Semiconductor[287] FAB1 USA, MN, Bloomington 150 BCD, HV
Polar Semiconductor[287] FAB2 USA, MN, Bloomington 200 BCD, HV, GMR
Noel Technologies[288] 450–51[289][288] 500–250[290]
Orbit Semiconductor[49] 100 CCD, CMOS
Entrepix USA, AZ, Tempe[1] 2003[1]
Medtronic USA, AZ, Tempe[1] 1973[1]
Technologies and Devices International USA, FL, Silver Springs[1] 2002[1]
Soraa Inc USA, CA[291][292]
Soraa Laser Diode[291]
Mirrorcle Technologies USA, CA[293]
Teledyne DALSA Teledyne DALSA Semiconductor Canada, Bromont, QC 1980 150/200 HV ASICs, HV CMOS, MEMS, CCD
Unitec Blue[294] Argentina, Chascomús 0.3 (1.2 planned)[295] RFID, SIM, EMV
Lextar T01 Taiwan, Hsinchu Science Park LEDs
Everlight Yuan-Li Plant Taiwan, Miao-Li LEDs
Everlight Pan-Yu Plant China LEDs
Everlight Tu-Cheng Plant Taiwan, Taipei Country LEDs
Optotech[296] Taiwan, Hsinchu LEDs
Arima Optoelectronics Taiwan, Hsinchu[1] 1999[1]
Episil Semiconductor Taiwan, Hsinchu[1] 1992, 1990, 1988[1]
Episil Semiconductor Taiwan, Hsinchu[1] 1992, 1990, 1988[1]
Creative Sensor Inc.[297][298] NanChang Creative Sensor China, Jiangxi 2007 Image Sensors
Creative Sensor Inc.[297] Wuxi Creative Sensor China, JiangSu 2002
Creative Sensor Inc.[297] Wuxi Creative Sensor Taiwan, Taipei City 1998
Visera Technologies[299] Headquarters Phase I Taiwan, Hsinchu Science-based Industrial Park 2007, September CMOS Image Sensors
Panjit Taiwan, Kaohsiung[1] 0.1 2003[1]
ProMOS Fab 4[300][301] Taiwan, Taichung 1.6 300 70
Macronix[302] Fab 5 300 50,000
Macronix[302] Fab 2 200 48,000
Macronix[302] Fab 1 150 40,000
Nanosystem Fabrication Facility Hong Kong[303]
ASMC[304] FAB 1/2 China, Shanghai 1992, 1997[1] 200 600 78,000[1] BCD, HV
ASMC[304] FAB 3 China, Shanghai 2004[1] 200 250 12,000[1]
Beilling[305] China, Shanghai 150 1200 BiCMOS, CMOS
SiSemi[306] China, Shenzhen, Longgang High-tech Industrial Park[307] 130 Power semiconductors, LED drivers, bipolar power transistors, power MOSFETs
SiSemi[307] 100 Transistors
CSMC[308] China, Wuxi 200–300 130–above
CRMicro (formerly CSMC) Fab 1 1998[1] 150[309] 60,000[1] HV Analog, MEMS, Power, Analog, Foundry
CRMicro (formerly CSMC) Fab 2 2008[1] 200[309] 130 30,000[1] HV Analog, Foundry
CRMicro (formerly CSMC) Fab 3 1995[1] 200[309] 130 20,000[1]
CRMicro (formerly CSMC) Fab 5 2005[1] 30,000[1]
XMC Fab 1 China, Wuhan[1] 1.9 2008[1] 20,000[310]
XMC[310] XMC Fab 2018[1] 200,000
Xinxin (XMC)[6] F1 China, Wuhan 300 20,000
Xinxin (XMC)[6] F2 China, Wuhan Under construction 300 200,000
Huali[6][311] F1 China, Shanghai 300 193, 55, 40, 28[312] 35,000 Foundry
Huali[6] F2 China, Shanghai Under construction 300 40,000
Nexchip[6] N1[313] China, Hefei Q4 2017 300 40,000 Display Drivers IC[314]
Nexchip[6] N2[313] China, Hefei Under construction 300 40,000
Nexchip[6] N3[313] China, Hefei Under construction 300 40,000
Nexchip[6] N4[313] China, Hefei Under construction 300 40,000
United Chip[6] Fab 12x China, Xiamen Under construction 300 50,000
Uni Group (Unigroup, Xi'an UniIC Semiconductors Co., Ltd.)[6] SZ China, Shenzhen Under construction 300 50,000
Wandai[6] CQ China, Chongqing Under construction 300 20,000
San'an Optoelectronics Tianjin San’an Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. China, Tianjin LEDs
San'an Optoelectronics Xiamen San’an Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. China LEDs
San'an Optoelectronics Xiamen San’an Integrated Circuit China ICs
San'an Optoelectronics Xiamen San’an Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. China LEDs
San'an Optoelectronics Fujian Jing’an Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. China LEDs
San'an Optoelectronics Wuhu Anrui Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. China LEDs
San'an Optoelectronics Anrui San'an Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. China LEDs
San'an Optoelectronics Anrui San'an Technology Co., Ltd. China LEDs
San'an Optoelectronics Luminus Summary USA LEDs
San'an[315] China, Xiamen Foundry, GaN, Power, RF
HuahongGrace[316] FAB China, Shanghai 300 90 Foundry
HHGrace China, Zhangjiang 200 1000–90 53,000 Foundry, eNVM, RF, Mixed Signal, Logic, Power Management, Power Discrete
HHGrace China, Jinqiao 200 1000–90 53,000 Foundry, eNVM, RF, Mixed Signal, Logic, Power Management, Power Discrete
HHGrace China, Shanghai 200 1000–90 53,000 Foundry, eNVM, RF, Mixed Signal, Logic, Power Management, Power Discrete
HeJian China 1.2 2003, May 200 4000–1000 60,000 Foundry
HuaLei Optoelectronic China LEDs[317]
Changxin Memory Technologies China 20,000 DRAM[318]
Tsinghua Unigroup[319] China, Nanjing 30 2018 300 3D NAND Flash
Tsinghua Unigroup[319] China, Chengdu 28 Planned 300 500,000 Foundry
Sino King Technology[319] China, Hefei 2017 DRAM
Yangtze Memory Technologies Co., Ltd. (YMTC)[319] China, Wuhan 24 2019 300,000 3D NAND
APT Electronics China, Guangzhou[1] 2006[1]
Aqualite China, Guangzhou[1] 2006[1]
Aqualite China, Wuhan[1] 2008[1]
Xiamen Jaysun Semiconductor Manufacturing Fab 101 China, Xiamen[1] 0.035 2011[1]
Xiyue Electronics Technology Fab 1 China, Xian[1] 0.096 2007[1]
Hanking Electronics Fab 1 China, Liaoning, Fushun 2018 200 10,000 MEMS Foundry, MEMS Design, MEMS Sensors (Inertial, Pressure, Ultrasound, Piezoelectric, LiDar, Bolometer )
CanSemi[320] China, Guanzhou 4 300 180–130 Foundry[321]
SensFab Singapore[1] 1995[1]
MIMOS Semiconductor Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur[1] 0.006, 0.135 1997, 2002[1]
Silterra Malaysia Fab1 Malaysia, Kedah, Kulim 1.6 2000 200 250, 200, 180–90 46,000 CMOS, HV, MEMS, RF, Logic, Analog, Mix Signal
Pyongyang Semiconductor Factory 111 Factory North Korea, Pyongyang 1980s 3000[322]
Kim Il-sung Fab[322] Il-sung North Korea, Pyongyang 1965s 76 14/22[322][failed verification] 25000-55000 OLEDs, Sensors, DRAM, SRAM, CMOS, Photodiodes, IGBT, MOSFET, MEMS
DongbuHiTek Fab 1 South Korea, Bucheon[1] 1997[1] Foundry
DongbuHiTek Fab 2 South Korea, Eumsung-Kun[1] 2001[1] Foundry
DongbuHiTek Fab 2 Module 2 South Korea, Eumsung-Kun[1] Foundry
Kodenshi AUK Group[323] Silicon FAB Line
Kodenshi AUK Group[323] Compound FAB Line
Kyocera SAW devices[124]
Seiko Instruments[324] China, Shanghai
Seiko Instruments[324] Japan, Akita
Seiko Instruments[324] Japan, Takatsuka
NIPPON PRECISION CIRCUITS[49] Digital
Epson[325] T wing Japan, Sakata 1997 200 150–350 25,000
Epson[325] S wing Japan, Sakata 1991 150 350–1200 20,000
Olympus Corporation[326] Nagano Japan, Nagano Prefecture MEMS[327]
Olympus Japan MEMS[328]
Shindengen Electric Manufacturing[329] Philippines, Laguna
Shindengen Electric Manufacturing[329] Thailand, Lumphun
NKK JFE Holdings[49] 200 6000 ,
New Japan Radio Kawagoe Works Japan, Saitama Prefecture, Fujimino City[330][331] 1959[49] 100, 150 4000, 400, 350 Bipolar, Mixed Signal, Analog, Hi Speed BiCMOS, BCD, 40V Hi Speed Complementary Bipolar, Analog CMOS+HV,

SAW Filters[332]

New Japan Radio Saga Electronics[333] Japan, Saga Prefecture 100, 150 4000, 400, 350[334] Foundry, Bipolar, Mixed Signal, Analog, Hi Speed BiCMOS, BCD, 40V Hi Speed Complementary Bipolar, Analog CMOS+HV,

SAW Filters[332]

New Japan Radio NJR FUKUOKA Japan, Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka City[333] 2003[335] 100, 150 Bipolar, Analog ICs, MOSFETs LSI, BiCMOS ICs
New Japan Radio Japan, Nagano, Nagano City[336]
New Japan Radio Japan, Nagano, Ueda City[336]
Nichia YOKOHAMA TECHNOLOGY CENTER[337] Japan, KANAGAWA LEDs
Nichia SUWA TECHNOLOGY CENTER[337] Japan, NAGANO LEDs
AKM Semiconductor, Inc. FAB1 Japan, Nobeoka Sensors
AKM Semiconductor, Inc. FAB2 Japan, Nobeoka
AKM Semiconductor, Inc. FAB3 Japan, Fuji Sensors
AKM Semiconductor, Inc. FAB FP Japan, Hyuga
AKM Semiconductor, Inc. FAB5 Japan, Ishinomaki LSI
Taiyo Yuden Japan, Nagano SAW devices[124]
Taiyo Yuden Japan, Ome SAW devices[124]
NMB SEMICONDUCTOR[49] DRAM
Elmos Semiconductor Germany, Dortmund[338] 1984 200 800, 350 9000 HV-CMOS
United Monolithic Semiconductors[339] Germany, Ulm 100 700, 250, 150, 100 Foundry, FEOL, MMIC, GaAs pHEMT, InGaP, GaN HEMT, MESFET, Schottky diode
United Monolithic Semiconductors[339] France, Yvette 100 Foundry, BEOL
Innovative Ion Implant France 51–300[340]
Innovative Ion Implant UK 51–300[340]
nanoPHAB Netherlands, Eindhoven 50–100 10–50 2–10 MEMS
Micron Semiconductor Ltd.[341] Lancing UK, West Sussex, Lancing Detectors
PragmatIC FlexLogIC 001 UK, Co. Durham 2018 200 800–320 Flexible Semiconductor /

Foundry and IDM

CSTG UK, Glasgow[1][342] 2003[1] 76, 100 InP, GaAs, AlAs, AlAsSb, GaSb, GaN, InGaN, AlN, diodes, LEDs, lasers, PICs, Optical amplifiers, Foundry
Photonix UK, Glasgow[1] 0.011 2000[1]
Silex Microsystems Sweden, Jarfalla[1] 0.009, 0.032 2003, 2009[1]
OptoTeltronics Sp. z o.o. Poland, Gdynia 1.3[1] 1990[1] 200 65–200 45,000[1]
Integral Belarus, Minsk 1963 100, 150, 200 2000, 1500, 350
Crocus Nano Electronics CNE Russia, Moscow 2015 300 65 4000 MRAM, RRAM, MEMS, IPD, TMR, GMR Sensors, foundry
Mikron Russia, Zelenograd 65–180
VSP Mikron WaferFab[343] Russia, Voronezh 1959 100/150 900+ 6000 Analog, power

(NOTE: Some fabs located in Asia don't use the number 4, or any 2 digit number that adds up to 4, because it is considered bad luck; see tetraphobia.)

Closed[edit]

Defunct fabs include:

Company Plant Name Plant Location Plant Cost (in US$ Billions) Started Production Wafer Size (mm) Process Technology Node (nm) Production Capacity (Wafers/Month) Technology / Products Ended Production
Soviet Union Jupiter Ukraine, Kiev, Pripiat 1980 Secret government semiconductor fab closed by Chernobyl disaster 1996
Tower Semiconductor (formerly Micron) Fab 4[344] Japan, Nishiwaki City 0.450[1] 1992[1] 200 95 60,000[1] DRAM, foundry 2014
Tower Semiconductor - Tacoma China, Nanjing[345][346] halted, bankruptcy in June 2020 [347] 200, 300 (planned) Foundry 2020
Jinhua(Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co., Ltd.)(JHICC)[6][348][349][350] F2 China, Jinjiang 5.65[351] 2018 (planned) 300 22 60,000 DRAM[319] 2018
Decoma[6] F2 China, Huaian Under construction 300 20,000 2020
Wuhan Hongxin Semiconductor Manufacturing (HSMC)[352] China, Wuhan 2019 (halted) 300 14, 7 Foundry 2020
TSMC Fab 1[188] Taiwan, Hsinchu 1987 150 20,000 Foundry March 9, 2001
UMC Fab 1 Japan, Tateyama 0.543[1] 1997[1] 200 40,000 Foundry 2012
SK Hynix E-4 USA, OR, Eugene 1.3 2007 200 30,000 DRAM 2008[353]
Symetrix - Panasonic[354] Brazil 0.9 (planned) planned FeRAM (just plan)
Rohm (formely Data General) USA, CA, Sunnyvale[355]
Kioxia Fab 1 (at Yokkaichi Operations)[356] Japan, Yokkaichi 1992 200 400 35,000 SRAM, DRAM September, 2001
NEC Livingston[357] Scotland, West Lothian, Livingston 4.5 (total) 1981 200 250, 180 30,000 DRAM April 2001
LFoundry [de] (formerly Renesas Electronics)[358] Germany, Landshut 1992 200 2011
LFoundry [de] (formerly Atmel)[359] France, Rousset ? 200 25.000[360] 2014
EI Niš Ei Poluprovodnici Serbia, Niš 1962 100 2000
Plessey Semiconductors (formerly Plus Semi) (formerly MHS Electronics) (formerly Zarlink) (formerly Mitel) (formerly Plessey Semiconductors) UK, Swindon[1]
Telefunken Semiconductors [de] Heilbronn, HNO-Line Germany, Heilbronn 0.125[1] 1993[1] 150 10,000 2015
Qimonda Richmond[361] USA, VA, Richmond 3 2005 300 65 38,000 DRAM January, 2009
STMicroelectronics (formerly NORTHERN TELECOM SEMICONDUCTOR[49]) 100, 150 NMOS, CMOS
Freescale Semiconductor (formerly Motorola) Toulouse Fab[362] France, Toulouse 1969 150 650 Automotive 2012[363]
Freescale Semiconductor (formerly Motorola) (formerly Tohoku Semiconductor) Sendai Fab[364] Japan, Sendai 1987 150, 200 500 DRAM, microcontrollers, analog, sensors 2009?
Agere (formerly Lucent) (formerly AT&T)[365] Spain, Madrid, Tres Cantos 0.67[366] 1987[367] 300, 350, 500 CMOS 2001
GMT Microelectronics (formerly Commodore Semiconductor) (formerly MOS Technology) USA, PA, Audubon 1969
1976
1995
1000 1976
1992[368]
2001
Integrated Device Technology USA, CA, Salinas 1985 150 350–800[116] 2002
ON Semiconductor (formerly Cherry Semiconductor) USA, RI, Cranston 2004
Intel Fab 8[30] Israel, Jerusalem 1985 150 Microprocessors, Chipsets, Microcontrollers[31] 2007
Intel Fab D2 USA, CA, Santa Clara 1989 200 130 8,000 Microprocessors, Chipsets, Flash memory 2009
Intel Fab 17[23][22] USA, MA, Hudson 1998 200 130 Chipsets and other[22] 2014
Fairchild Semiconductor (formerly National Semiconductor) West Jordan USA, UT, West Jordan 1977 150 2015[369]
Texas Instruments HFAB USA, TX, Houston 1967 150 2013[370]
Texas Instruments (formerly Silicon Systems) Santa Cruz USA, CA, Santa Cruz 0.250 1980 150 800 80,000 HDD 2001
Texas Instruments (formerly National Semiconductor) Arlington USA, TX, Arlington 1985 150 80000, 35000 2010
Unknown (fortune 500 company) USA, East Coast[371] 150 1,600 MEMS 2016
Diodes Incorporated (formerly Lite-On Power Semiconductor) (formerly AT&T) KFAB USA, MO, Lee's Summit 1994[372] 130 2017[373]
Qorvo (formerly TriQuint Semiconductor) (formerly Sawtek) USA, Apopka[36][374] SAW filters 2019
GlobalFoundries Abu Dhabi[1] UAE, Abu Dhabi[1] 6.8[1] (planned) 2016[1] (planned) 300 110–180 45,000 Foundry 2011 (plan stopped)
GlobalFoundries - Chengdu China, Chengdu[375] 10 (planned) 2018 (planned), 2019 (second phase) 300 180/130 (cancelled), 22 (second phase) 20,000 (85,000 planned) Foundry, FDSOI (second phase) 2020 (was idle)

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