Samsung, known for its devices, is a leader in memory and chip manufacturing. It dominates DRAM and NAND markets with a nearly 50% share.

Despite a dip in memory chip prices, it's investing in advanced logic chips and expanding its chip-making operations in the U.S. and South Korea.

Samsung aims to challenge Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) for chip leadership.

Samsung's key strength lies in chip production, not just devices.Leader in memory chips with significant share in DRAM and NAND markets.

 Expanding chip-making operations in the U.S. and South Korea.Ended 2022 with $245 billion in revenue, more than Microsoft.

Faced challenges with declining memory chip prices and profits. Shifting focus to advanced logic chips and foundry services.

Investing in U.S. chip-making to reshape the global supply chain.Building mega cluster of new fabs in South Korea for custom logic chips.

 Constructing a $17 billion fab in Texas for advanced chips by 2024.Addressing concerns about water supply and electricity reliability.

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