Texas Instruments Selects Sherman for Potential $ 30 Billion Semiconductor Chipmaking Campus - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth | MCU Times

Texas Instruments Selects Sherman for Potential $ 30 Billion Semiconductor Chipmaking Campus – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas-based Texas Instruments is investing heavily in US-made chips with an ambitious plan to invest up to $ 30 billion to build as many as four new semiconductor factories in Sherman.

TI said Wednesday it will begin construction next year on the first two factories producing their 300-millimeter wafers used in everything from cars and trucks to industrial machinery. It estimates that chip production will start in 2025.

Two additional facilities could be added to the 4.7 million square foot lot in Grayson County to meet future chip demand. The company said the factories could employ as many as 3,000 workers when finished.

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