On Sept. 29, 2023, Intel announced the start of high-volume manufacturing using Intel 4 technology in Leixlip, Ireland. Made possible by the extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology, the use of Intel 4 will help Intel deliver future products, including the upcoming Intel® Core™ Ultra processors (code-named Meteor Lake) and future-generation Intel® Xeon® processors.
Production at Intel Ireland’s Fab 34 is also the first use of EUV in high-volume manufacturing in Europe. It is the next step in Intel’s goal of creating a first-of-its-kind end-to-end leading-edge semiconductor manufacturing value chain in Europe.
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Intel Ireland: Manufacturing Intel’s Latest Tech and Serving Foundry Customers
Intel Ireland’s newest factory to come online, Fab 34, is producing chips in high volume on the Intel 4 process node, the company’s most advanced process technology. At the same time, nearby Fab 24 manufactures chips for customers of Intel Foundry Services. Fab 34 officially opens to high-volume #manufacturing on Sept. 29, 2023. It marks the first use of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology in high-volume manufacturing in Europe. Intel Ireland is key in helping achieve Intel’s plan to deliver five process nodes in four years. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
Intel Fab 34 by the Numbers
Started in 2019, Fab 34 in Leixlip, Ireland, is a two-fab project. Intel has invested 17 million euros in the new fab development. There are many more numbers to consider in the construction project. This video spells out many of those. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
Economic Impact of Intel's Fab 34
Intel's work in Ireland since 1989 has had a large economic impact on the country as a whole. Fab 34 will continue that economic impact, both locally and nationally. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
Intel Fab 34 in Leixlip, Ireland (B-Roll)
Fab 34 is the newest Intel manufacturing facility in Ireland. On Sept. 29, 2023, Intel announced that the factory in Leixlip, Ireland, was in high-volume production of computer chips using Intel 4 technology. B-roll video includes external and internal video from the factory. (Credit: Intel Corporation)