It was reported on June 10 that the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s Science and Technology Innovation Board Stock Listing Committee is scheduled to review the initial application of SMIC Integrated Circuit Manufacturing Co., Ltd. on June 19, which means that SMIC will officially return to A shares on the 19th, creating the largest domestic market. Fast record – it only took 18 days to complete the whole process and land on the domestic stock market.

According to the data, SMIC used to be listed in the United States + Hong Kong before, but it withdrew from the US market in May last year, and now it applies for domestic listing, which will become the model of A (Science and Technology) + H shares.

In 2019, SMIC mass-produced the most advanced 14nm process in China, and has already made OEM for Huawei’s Kirin 710A processor. At present, SMIC is returning to the A-share listing and plans to raise 20 billion yuan, mainly to invest in the development of advanced processes such as 14nm.

On the evening of June 7, SMIC announced its reply to the first round of review inquiry letter on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. It only took 4 days, setting a new record. Among the six categories and 29 questions, the most attention-seeking Of course, the disclosure of the details of the new process.

SMIC said that the 14nm wafer foundry capacity is in the initial stage of deployment, so the global share is relatively low, but the first generation of 14nm FinFET technology has entered the stage of mass production, and it is technically at the international leading level and has a certain cost performance. , At present, it has cooperated with many customers, and it is predicted that the capacity utilization rate can be maintained at a stable level.

SMIC revealed that chips made on wafers using its advanced FinFET technology have been used in the field of smartphones. Although it has not been further clarified, it is obviously referring to the Huawei Kirin 710A.

In the development of next-generation technology nodes, there are only two pure-play foundries in the world, TSMC and SMIC. The second-generation FinFET technology has now entered the stage of customer introduction, and is expected to improve performance by about 20% compared with the first-generation , the power consumption is reduced by about 60%.

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