Not Samsung but I have read that US uses Nvidea chips to drive AI in many systems. Nvidea semiconductors are manufactured by TSMC.
Whether the contract is high value is not known. But the Intel contract fab reorganization may be there exactly to push out this kind of reliance on TSMC.
I missed this. Interesting that Samsung has started to manufacture the Ampere series.Actually the latest Nvidia generation of chips (Ampere) is being fabbed at Samsung at 8nm instead of TSMC like it used to.
Good luck convincing Nvidia to use Intel fabs. Even if their process was good enough they are competitors and both companies hate each other's guts. At one point Nvidia had a plan to make a X86 compatible processor codenamed Project Denver but because of license and technical issues it was cancelled.
That RibbonFET just looks like a commercial name for GAAFET.