At the end of April, 2022 Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger now expects the semiconductor industry to suffer supply shortages until 2024.
Nextbigfuture had a video six weeks earlier showing analysis that the auto chip shortage would into 2024.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said the extended timeline for the chip crunch is now caused by lack of manufacturing equipment.
The chip shortage is lowering global car production by about seven million cars per year.
The chip shortage is hitting car production and delays in the delivery of dishwashers, refrigerators and game consoles.
Written by Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com
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6 thoughts on “Nextbigfuture Called Longer Chip Shortage Six Weeks Before Intel CEO”
The comment section for me just said loading…and never loaded anything.
As for the article, I didn’t expect it to get much better until 2024, but I assumed that based on when the new US chip (“fab”) plants were operational.
The comment system was completely non functional for me as well.
I thought NBF has gone completely private or without comments,
I suspected the vary same thing.
“The chip shortage is hitting car production and delays in the delivery of dishwashers, refrigerators..”
All of which existed long before computer chips. I guess the problem is the expense of retooling to build designs with fewer chips is more than anyone is willing to spend for a shortage they expect to be temporary.
BTW what was wrong with the comment system for the past few weeks.
Same here. I pressed “comments” and the same page reloaded without any comments. And there were a lot of comment-worthy posts…
Looks like new system, and looks like old comments are gone(??)
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