Articles by tag: Chip Shortage

Biden Nears Win as Japan, Dutch Back China Chip Controls

China Chip Controls manufacturing plant

For more on the West’s race to implement China chip controls, read Bloomberg’s explainer on the computer chip “arms race.” (Bloomberg) — Japan and the Netherlands are poised to join the US in limiting China’s access to advanced semiconductor machinery, forging a powerful alliance that will undercut Beijing’s ambitions to build its own domestic […]

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Is the Automotive Industry Facing a Simlilar Crisis to 2008?

Key Points: Automotive companies are trying to keep production flowing by building inventory with everything but missing chip components. If the chip shortage were to continue for a longer period of time, more companies could shutdown. Automotive companies should be cautious and continue to produce while they weather the supply shortage. Commentary: The automotive […]

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What Could Happen to the Auto Industry If the Chip Shortage Were to Get Worse?

Car makers are still feeling the impacts of the pandemic in a major way. According to a new forecast from IHS Markit inventory shortages and higher prices will likely be plaguing car makers until the first half of 2023, at which point it will hopefully enter a recovery phase. In the meantime, is there any […]

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Will the Chip Shortage Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption?

As supply chain issues and a worldwide chip shortage continues to plague the auto industries, production levels have been cut down to levels that haven’t been seen in decades. What will be the long term impacts of this drop in production for the automotive industry? I turned to Carl Anthony, managing editor of Automoblog and […]

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As Automotive Production Declines, Can the Industry Calculate Long-Term Impact?

As supply chain issues and a worldwide chip shortage continues to plague the auto industries, production levels have been cut down to levels that haven’t been seen in decades. What will be the long term impacts of this drop in production for the automotive industry? I turned to Carl Anthony, managing editor of Automoblog and […]

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Carmakers Learn to Live With Chip Shortage: Auto Sales Update

(Bloomberg) — Automakers’ sales soared in the second quarter as resurgent consumers snapped up sport utility vehicles and pickups, but thin inventories created by the global semiconductor shortage are tempering the pace of the industry’s recovery. General Motors Co., Toyota Motor Corp. and others said Thursday that their sales soared in the most recent quarter, […]

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Ford CEO: “We were able to offset almost all of the chip shortage impact.”

On the heels of the new electric F-150 announcement, Ford CEO Jim Farley claims that the company was able to offset most of the chip shortage impact in Q1 of this year. Watch or read below to see the rest of Farley’s comments on the chip shortage and the anticipated trajectory of the automaker.   […]

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UBBA Seeks to Help the Utility Industry Capitalize on Technology Advancements and Opportunities
March 1, 2024

The rapid transformation of the utility industry was palpable at DISTRIBUTECH 2024, highlighting the sector’s stride towards a future powered by artificial intelligence, sustainable energy, and electric vehicles. Secure and resilient connectivity remains the linchpin of this evolution, a focus underscored by the Utility Broadband Alliance (UBBA) and its commitment to private LTE networks […]

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ChargeExpo 2024: How Advanced Conductors Can Enhance EV Infrastructure and Revolutionize the Energy Sector
March 1, 2024

The U.S. power grid is struggling, and it’s no wonder why: The aging grid was not built for a time when clean energy sources would begin to replace fossil fuels. With an increasing number of Americans expected to switch to electric vehicles in the coming years, the need to decarbonize the power grid and […]

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The Future of the Energy Sector Rests on Energy Efficiency. Global Energy Partners is Leading the Way
March 1, 2024

The spotlight was on the future of energy efficiency at ChargeExpo 2024, with industry leaders gathering to discuss innovative solutions and trends shaping the sector. At the forefront of this shift is the drive to reduce carbon footprints and lower utility bills for consumers and businesses alike. This trend aligns with recent developments, such […]

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Transforming Urban Utilities with AI: Spotlight on Ubicquia’s DTM+ at DISTRIBUTECH 2024
February 29, 2024

In a world where technology is reshaping every aspect of life, Ubicquia is leading the charge in transforming urban development and utility management through the power of artificial intelligence (AI). Dedicated to building safer cities by leveraging the power of technology, Ubicquia has even won awards for its innovations. The DTM+, a device designed […]

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Automakers Forced to Adapt to Chip Shortages
May 7, 2021

Automakers are feeling the pain of a global shortage of semiconductors, forcing companies to halt production of certain vehicles while others are removing some options that rely heavily on chips. Watch below to hear how these automakers are adapting to this shortage.   Host: Let’s get over to Tara Patel. She wrote today’s Bloomberg big […]

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Pandemic Accelerated Demand for Semiconductor Chips, Says Intel VP
April 7, 2021

The global chip supply chain is in crisis mode after a mass shortage and the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch or read below as Gregory Bryant, Intel executive VP of client computing, talks about the demand for semiconductor chips.   — Host: Let’s talk first, Greg, about the demand, is this just a snap back from covid, […]

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Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger on Foundry Business, Global Chip Shortage
March 30, 2021

Intel Chief Executive Officer Pat Gelsinger discussed the company’s ambitions to create a new foundry business, and saying he sees the global chip shortage lasting “a couple more years.” Gelsinger spoke with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang about why change is something that’s fundamental to Intel’s business. — Gelsinger: I’m committed to the best products in […]

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Why are There Weak Links in the Chip Supply Chain and Who is Impacted?
March 8, 2021

The world’s manufacturing supply chains are showing signs of strain and semiconductors or “chips” are among the hardest hit. The combination of the pandemic policy decisions and the growing demand for electric vehicles created a perfect storm for the industry. “This is an industry issue, of course. We’re working every single day with a cross-functional […]

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