The semiconductor crisis will turn into overproduction, until 2023

The current shortage of semiconductors has all the chances to become a problem of overproduction, most specialists in the field estimating a major increase in the supply of semiconductors in the coming years.

Thus, according to IDC, the semiconductor crisis will turn into an overcapacity by 2023, with most players in the industry being more concerned with supplementing their production capacity, rather than concretely analyzing potential market demand.

Due to the deficit Global microprocessors, semiconductor manufacturers have failed to meet the demand for certain products, such as the new generation Xbox Series X and the latest PC GPUs.

Several manufacturers, including Intel, Samsung and TSMC, have plans for advanced chip manufacturing facilities. The US government has recently passed legislation to help the microprocessor manufacturing process. However, the promised capacity expansions will not bring concrete results until next year.

TSMC officials said in their latest investor bulletin that they do not anticipate resolving supply chain problems earlier than 2023, which is the current deadline for completing current operations to expand production capacity.

Affected direct TSMC customers include leading companies such as Apple, Nvidia, Broadcom and Qualcomm.

Source: Go4IT by

*The article has been translated based on the content of Go4IT by If there is any problem regarding the content, copyright, please leave a report below the article. We will try to process as quickly as possible to protect the rights of the author. Thank you very much!

*We just want readers to access information more quickly and easily with other multilingual content, instead of information only available in a certain language.

*We always respect the copyright of the content of the author and always include the original link of the source article.If the author disagrees, just leave the report below the article, the article will be edited or deleted at the request of the author. Thanks very much! Best regards!