In a time where manufacturers and suppliers have all the leverage, chip and component prices continue to rise.
The global semiconductor race is well underway, and China has taken a large lead with its record-breaking production. Can anyone else keep up?
With the current component shortage, counterfeits are on the rise. How can electronics supply chains avoid the threat of counterfeits?
The automotive industry has been hit by a semiconductor shortage. The world's leading chip maker, Qualcomm, now says the issue is spreading across industries.
Closed for the third straight week, Samsung's S2 fab produces critical components for its own SSDs as well as for Tesla, Qualcomm, and others. With the closure, chip prices will continue to rise.
Last Friday, Renesas's Naka factory caught fire. Part of the factory's first floor was destroyed, putting increased strain on an already scarce chip supply for automotive and electronics industries.
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