Jan. 26, 2023 /SemiMedia/ -- According to Nikkei Asia, Japanese semiconductor company Rapidus plans to establish a trial production line as early as the first half of 2025, and use the production line to produce 2nm semiconductor chips used in supercomputers, etc., and start mass production between 2025 and 2030.

Rapidus aims to mass-produce 2nm manufacturing technology, and the current mass-produced products are advancing to 3nm. The plan is to set up a production line in the late 2020s and start manufacturing semiconductors around 2030.

The report pointed out that Japan can only produce 40 nanometer chips at present, and the establishment of Rapidus aims to improve the semiconductor manufacturing level in Japan.