Samsung builds AI-focussed Advanced Processor Lab in the US

Samsung established an AI chip design-dedicated Advanced Processor Lab in Silicon Valley, US. Formerly known as the Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung’s SAIT is said to have formed the new Lab to strengthen its AI chip R&D in the US.

BusinessKorea reports that the new Samsung Advanced Processor Lab to focus on developing next-gen AI semiconductor design assets in the US. The assets are said to be focused on the RISC-V area, which serves as a foundational design asset for semiconductor chip design.

Samsung’s initiative with RISC-V is interpreted as a move towards technological independence. Therefore, the company is expanding its R&D organization in Silicon Valley, aiming to enhance design capabilities to disrupt the market currently dominated by NVIDIA.

Amid the booming AI era, the market of advanced semiconductors is also expanding. Samsung has completed the development of its Mach-1 AI semiconductor and supplied prototypes to global firms including Korea’s Naver. The company has also started the development of Mach-2.

Under the CHIPS Act, Samsung received huge subsidies to boost investment in the US. It’s worth noting that the Biden govt awarded a 12% subsidy of Samsung’s total investment, which is significantly higher than Intel and TSMC’s subsidy.

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