18 Jan 2022 -
 General

No relief from semiconductor shortages in 2022, says ABI

A combination of global risk factors will lead to the supply chain industry taking until 2023, and possibly beyond, to resolve the current electronic component shortage issues, says ABI Research.

According to their new report, 70 Tech Trends that will/will not shape 2022, 2021 was a tumultuous year for the global ICT sector, full of challenges and opportunities. It states 2022 will continue this trend, with supply chain issues looking set to linger beyond this year.

They report there is a significant shortage of electronic components computing products in the ICT sector, including the power chips that manage power consumption in mobile phones and semiconductors, which are the essential building blocks used to make computers and gaming consoles.

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