back to article 2022 started with a bang but ended with a whimper for semiconductor companies

Worldwide semiconductor revenues grew just 1.1 percent during 2022, a far cry from a year ago when the annual increase was more than 25 percent, showing quite how bad chipmakers are having it at the moment. The preliminary results from research outfit Gartner put the semiconductor industry revenue for 2022 at $601.7 billion, …

  1. Anonymous Coward
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    How can it be that I am waiting for commodity chips for almost 2 years ???

    Just to be aware that for commodity chips there still are enormous shortages.

    We ordered in April 2021 and -as today- some parts are partially delivered, bringing us into deep problems. Worst performing company here has been TI.

    But hey, as an engineer I never liked them ever, and I even cried when they took over BurrBrown and National Semiconductor. What an utter mess....

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