Samsung Austin Semiconductor
Samsung Austin Semiconductor


Date joined: 2022


Austin, Texas, USA

Company size

2500-5000 employees


Facility owners & chip design




Samsung Austin Semiconductor (SAS), established as a foundry in 2017, is a leading chip manufacturer for automotive, internet of things (IoT), consumer, networking, and mobile applications. SAS is a major player in the foundry market, primarily focusing on producing 14nm and 28/32nm technologies. Samsung’s Foundry business, first founded 2005, offers turn-key manufacturing solutions to global fabless and integrated device manufacture (IDM) semiconductor companies such as Qualcomm, Nvidia, and Tesla, in addition to parent company Samsung Electronics. Samsung Foundry introduced 3D FinFET technology in 2015, allowing fabs to transition into 14nm processes.

Water Strategy

Samsung Electronics has a corporate target of achieving zero increase in water intake by 2030 despite increases in production capacity. See the company profile for Samsung Electronics:

UltraFacility Resources

Seminars | 2022
Deconstructing the Challenges of Facility 2.0: Device Complexity Drives Facility Complexity
Conference material | 2022
Gas Analytical Needs and Expectations for EUV Nodes
Conference material | 2015
A Lithography-Based Explanation for UPW Improvement Needs
Conference material | 2023
Environmental Sustainability - Opening Panel

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