Samsung Electronics is supposed to exhibit one of its most exceptional chipmaking innovations to US President Joe Biden
whenever he visits its Pyeongtaek grounds this week, sources said on Thursday.
Biden is set to show up in Seoul Friday on his most memorable visit to the country since getting down to business, and just a brief time after South Korea's new President Yoon Suk-yeol got to work.
His three-day visit to South Korea will begin with a visit through Samsung's Pyeongtaek perplexing, the world's biggest semiconductor office, found approximately 70 kms south of Seoul, reports Yonhap news organization.
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong is said to give an individual visit through the monstrous complex.
The organization is supposed to show its cutting edge 3-nanometer (nm) semiconductor based on the Gate-All-Around (GAA) innovation, which Samsung will efficiently manufacture inside the following two or three months.
Samsung could show a 3-nm chip to Biden to accentuate its foundry ability over Taiwan's TSMC
Samsung, the world's biggest memory chip creator and second biggest foundry player, has said its 2nm cycle hub was in the beginning phases of improvement with large scale manufacturing in 2025.