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Semiconductor industry kicks off 2022 with COVID production disruptions and rising chip prices
The electronic components industry is experiencing coronavirus-related supply chain disruptions and semiconductor price increases to kickoff 2022.
Texas Instruments to build 300mm multi-fab complex in home state next year
Texas Instruments is establishing a sprawling 300mm chip manufacturing facility containing four fabs for around $30 billion in its home state.
2022 Industry Insights: Predictions for the Global Semiconductor Sector
Sourcengine’s 2022 industry insight report discusses the availability, pricing, and risk issues that will affect the marketplace next year.
Worsening ABF substrate shortfall could extend global chip shortage beyond 2023
A shortage of ABF substrate, a key semiconductor material, could extend the global chip crisis past 2023.
Samsung to triple production capacity by 2026 amid rising demand
Samsung announces plans to triple its current production capacity by 2026 amid high demand for its services.
Micron to spend $150B on global R&D, production capacity expansion
Micron Technology revealed it would spend $150 billion over the next ten years to enhance its R&D and manufacturing resources worldwide.
TSMC to build $8.8B chip plant in Japan with government support
TSMC will construct an $8.8 billion chip factory in Japan. However, its capacity expansion will likely increase components costs industrywide.
Chip lead times reach 22 weeks following Chinese power cutbacks
The average lead time for microchips has risen to 22 weeks, a new record and up nine weeks from the same time last year.
Sourcengine Q4 2021 lead time report highlights
Sourcengine’s Q4 2021 lead time report offers key insights about electronic component pricing and availability over the next three months.
China’s power crunch affects semiconductor companies with local facilities
China’s energy crisis has had a negative impact on firms that maintain component factories and chip packaging facilities in the region.