The global semiconductor shortage hammering the auto industry and other manufacturers is going to take “a couple of years” to abate, as demand soars alongside limited manufacturing capacity, the chief executive of chipmaking giant Intel said. That’s from the Washington Post.
Nvidia joined the chorus, thinking it will be mostly this year, and TSMC is citing things improving in 2023.
Why do we care?
Savvy IT services companies are going to be compensating for this over the next 12 to 24 months in their planning with customers. Your projects may well be delayed. Are you prepared for that?