Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger visited Samsung in Seoul. According to the South Korean manufacturer, Gelsinger was with co-CEO Lee Jae-yong and Roh Tae-moon, who were responsible for Samsung’s chip manufacturing and smartphones, respectively.

Intel has previously indicated that it intends to outsource some of the production of next-generation CPUs to other manufacturers, although TSMC is in the case of Meteor Lake.

Although the companies are said to be in talks to strengthen cooperation on new memory technologies, chip manufacturing and fab-less fabrication, no specific announcement was made. Among other things, Samsung is the largest manufacturer in the memory space that can be paired with Team Blue processors.

The meeting is said to be largely the result of US President Joe Biden’s visit to a Samsung factory in Pyeongtaek. Earlier this month, Biden stated that he wanted to establish a bilateral semiconductor partnership. Samsung and Intel are the two countries’ largest manufacturers, with sales of $82.3 billion and $79 billion respectively in 2021.

Sources: The Korea Herald, The Korea Times

Source: Hardware Info

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