Skip to content

Intel’s $20 Billion Ohio Chip Hub Will Be World’s Largest

  • Site could counterbalance production of chips from East Asia
  • Project is the largest private-sector investment ever in Ohio
Video player cover image
Intel CEO Sees Chip Shortages Lasting Through 2023
Updated on

Intel Corp. plans to spend $20 billion on a chipmaking hub on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio, which the company expects to grow to be the world’s biggest semiconductor-manufacturing site.

The chipmaker will begin construction of two fabrication plants on a 1,000-acre site in the town of New Albany, which it expects to be operational by 2025, Intel said Friday. The plan will rely on the most advanced technologies and result in an increased American share of the global chip supply chain, the company said.