Cisco, IBM and Intel's bosses sound off on the global semiconductor shortage
Tech bosses have been addressing the global shortage of computer chips in recent weeks, which has hit companies and production hard during the pandemic. Less demand for electronics at the start of the pandemic left production of computer chips lagging behind when that demand eventually rocketed later on. There are a host of other factors behind the shortages too - from extreme weather to a factory fire in Japan, while Huawei blamed the US for sanctions it had imposed. The global shor...
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