Supply chain woes continue to cost Apple & Nintendo billions
Chip lead times begin to slow, suggesting shortages have peaked
Automotive chip prices set to climb 10-20% in 2022
SiliconWafers' customers signing 8 year deals and line fully loaded, says report
Sony and TSMC discuss $7 billion joint chip fab
After a surge in semiconductor merger and acquisition announcements in the second half of 2020, the strong M&A momentum carried into the beginning of 2021, with purchase agreements for chip companies, business units, product lines, and related assets reaching a total value of $15.8 billion in 1Q21, setting a record-high level for the first quarter of a year, reports ICInsights.
Reports of 'fly-by-night' electronics sellers increase risk of buying counterfeit
TrendForce forecasts that the average DRAM price in the fourth quarter will begin to fall, and some products with excessive inventory will fall by more than 5%, and the overall average DRAM price will fall by 3-8%.
DRAM price begin to show downward movement - Nikkei
GE (General Electric) is warning investors that supply and labour shortages are squeezing its healthcare business this quarter, and that the pressure won’t likely let up in 2021, reports Medical Design & Outsourcing
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