20 Jul 2022 -
 General

IT Pro – Intel warns customers to expect price hike for certain chips

Intel has started informing customers of a planned price hike for products in various market segments, while internal sources have reportedly revealed the prices will begin to rise in Autumn 2022 due to the rising costs of production, according to a report by IT Pro.

According to sources speaking to Nikkei Asia, the products included in the price rise will include those that are core to its PC and server business, in addition to other areas such as the chips required for networking products.

IT Pro reported that Intel has not publicly disclosed the specifics of the price changes, nor has it publicly disclosed the impacted products. However, one source speaking to Nikkei Asia said the percentage increases could be anywhere between the single-digit range and maybe even more than 20%.

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