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Intel to make chips for MediaTek in win for its foundry strategy

U.S. semiconductor titan is looking to gain customers for its chipmaking services

Intel is keen to crack the foundry business and has signed Taiwan's MediaTek as a client, in a big win for the U.S. company.   © Reuters

TAIPEI -- Intel on Monday said it will produce chips for Taiwan's MediaTek in a deal that marks an important win for America's biggest semiconductor company as it attempts to break into the chip foundry business dominated by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.

Intel said it inked a strategic partnership with MediaTek, the world's leading mobile chip developer by shipments, to manufacture chips using Intel Foundry Services' (IFS) advanced process technologies.

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