This week the firm Squire Mining, a company that plans to offer next-generation 10nm ASIC chips, has revealed it is working with Samsung Electronics as its foundry partner. With help from Samsung’s foundry, Squire, and a company called Gaonchips, plan to complete its ASIC chip FPGA prototype by September 30, 2018.
Squire Mining Announces New ASICs Will Use Samsung Semiconductors
On Tuesday the company Squire Mining Ltd., (CSE: SQR), has announced the business partnered with two leading firms from Southeast Asia, Gaonchips and Samsung Electronics. According to the Canada-based Squire, the collaboration will focus on producing next-generation 10nm ASIC chips for bitcoin mining. Gaonchips will be used for Squire’s semiconductor design house and Samsung will manufacture the ASIC chips in Korea.