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    TSMC is Recruiting in the U.S. Now!

    ✈2017 2H TSMC International Recruitment✈
    We are heading to US on the upcoming September!
    Meet our delegates at campus and sign up for the gathering event NOW.


    If you would like to schedule private interview with us, please apply ASAP.��Register your profile on tsmc cloud Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited or Email your resume directly to hhliz@tsmc.com


    TSMC is Recruiting in the U.S. Now!-tsmc-international-recruiting-jpg


    Established in 1987, TSMC is the world's first dedicated semiconductor foundry. As the founder and a leader of the Dedicated IC Foundry segment, TSMC has built its reputation by offering advanced and "More-than-Moore"​ wafer production processes and unparalleled manufacturing efficiency. From its inception, TSMC has consistently offered the foundry segment's leading technologies and TSMC COMPATIBLE® design services.

    TSMC has consistently experienced strong growth by building solid partnerships with its customers, large and small. IC suppliers from around the world trust TSMC with their manufacturing needs, thanks to its unique integration of cutting-edge process technologies, pioneering design services, manufacturing productivity and product quality.

    The company's total managed capacity reached above 9 million 12-inch equivalent wafers in 2015. TSMC operates three advanced 12-inch wafer fabs, four eight-inch wafer fabs, one six-inch wafer fab (fab 2) and two backend fabs (advanced backend fab 1 and 2). TSMC also manages two eight-inch fabs at wholly owned subsidiaries: WaferTech in the United States and TSMC China Company Limited. TSMC also obtains eight-inch wafer capacity from other companies in which the Company has an equity interest.

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