Samsung archrival plans construction of world’s largest chip factory — at more than $90 billion, it will take more than 20 years to finish, so one wonders what other exciting tech will it produce

SK Hynix, Samsung’s chief competitor and the world’s number two memory maker, has begun its audacious plan to build the largest chip production facility on the planet.

The construction at SK Hynix’s giant Yongin Semiconductor Cluster in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, will comprise four units. Work on the first unit, which is intended to be the world’s biggest three-story fabrication plant, is anticipated to commence in March 2025.

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