AMD CEO: Global Chip Shortage to Ease in Late 2022

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AMD CEO: Global Chip Shortage to Ease in Late 2022

At the Code Conference on Monday, AMD CEO Lisa Su talked about the ongoing chip shortages that impact everything from the best CPUs for gaming to the best GPUs, and how the shortage will begin to recede by the second half of 2022. Su also reemphasized AMD’s position that Radeon GPUs are aimed primarily at gamers, but refused to talk about custom system-on-chips designed by PC makers themselves. (Via CNBC)

The electronics industry has suffered from severe chip shortages for more than a year now, exacerbated by demand for PCs and other devices that has increased tremendously due to the ongoing pandemic. As Lisa Su puts it, demand has now reached a new level. The industry simply did not have enough capacity to serve this demand, which is why chip shortages persist. She expects tight supply to stay throughout the first half of 2022 and to recede in the second half of 2022.

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