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Brazil wants Samsung to build a local chip facility

Brazil is looking to diversify its chip supply chain as a result of Taiwan's growing tensions with China and the U.S. Brazil and South Korea have signed a memorandum of understanding regarding the establishment of a chip and semiconductor facility in Brazil. Brazil’s Minister of...

Intel gains chip foundry credibility with MediaTek deal

Intel established its foundry business unit in March 2021 Intel’s nascent foundry business — Intel Foundry Services (IFS) — has taken a huge leap forward with a deal to produce chips for fabless semiconductor supplier MediaTek for a range of smart edge devices. The announcement...

Despite shortage, chipset revenues grew 23% in Q1 2022: Report

TSMC captured nearly 70% share of the global chipset market share, according to Counterpoint According Counterpoint’s latest Foundry and Chipset Tracker, several factors contributed to a decline of 5% YoY in Q1 2022 in the global smartphone chipset (SoC/AP+Baseband) shipments, including weaker demand in China...

Supply chain issues & the chip shortage: How dealers can navigate a changing landscape (Reader Forum)

The global microchip shortage has had a serious impact on the automotive industry over the last two years, and the pandemic's effect on supply chains have turned the scarcity of inventory into a bigger challenge than many expected. While there’s no definite timeline, analysts...

Keysight CFO: Semiconductor supply chain issues ‘not getting better’

Keysight Technologies CFO Neil Dougherty told an investor conference this week that a hoped-for improvement in semiconductor supply chain issues in the second half of the year doesn't seem to be materializing—though at this point, he added, Keysight's combination of in-house specialty chip fab...

Motorola and GlobalFoundries agreement safeguards chip supply for public safety radios

GlobalFoundries manufactures silicon-germanium chips for Motorola’s public safety, professional and commercial radios To safeguard the supply of chip solutions needed for its radios, Motorola Solutions has entered a long-term agreement with GlobalFoundries (GF), which manufactures silicon-germanium (SiGe) chips for Motorola’s public safety, professional and commercial...

Ericsson diversifies supplier base due to geopolitical environment: CEO

Ericsson saw very strong continued momentum in North America in Q1, where sales were up 9% y-o-y, driven by continued very high demand for 5G solutions Ericsson is currently investing in diversifying its supplier base due to the current geopolitical environment, the vendor’s CEO Börje...

Spain to invest $12.4 billion in semiconductors

An ongoing global semiconductor shortage, caused initially by the COVID-19 pandemic and made more pressing by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, has gripped the world On Monday, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez revealed that Spain plans to invest 11 billion euros ($12.4 billion) to develop microchips...

Well, technically… the answer is somewhere in the middle (Ep. 65): Dell’Oro Group’s Tam Dell’Oro

Founder and CEO of Dell’Oro Group Tam Dell’Oro provides insight into the ongoing supply-chain constraints impacting the entire technology industry and weighs in on when we can expect things to go back to normal.

What is the impact of the current semiconductors supply chain on the 5G agenda?

Constraints on the supply chain are disproportionately impacting the non-advanced chipset market, signaling a particular challenge for 5G Global supply-chain constraints, driven mostly by the COVID-19 pandemic, are continuing to impact nearly every industry, even as much of the world is returning to pre-pandemic life....

‘Users will bypass Wi-Fi 6E in favor of Wi-Fi 7’: Tam Dell’Oro on Wireless LAN forecast

Dell'Oro CEO says all the signals are pointing to Wi-Fi 7 as the important enterprise upgrade In a conversation with RCR Wireless News, Dell’Oro Group founder and CEO Tam Dell’Oro expressed that while she has “huge expectations for 6 GHz spectrum,” it's not Wi-Fi 6E,...

5G supply chain challenges to continue during 2022: ABI Research

Global challenges in the 5G supply chain will continue during 2022, according to a new white paper published by research firm ABI Research. The white paper, dubbed "70 Technology Trends That Will—and Will Not—Shape 2022", noted that the U.S. government's Entity List has created a...

SD-WAN sales jump 45% in third quarter, buoyed by enterprise infrastructure spending: Report

With enterprise network upgrade spending on the rise, SD-WAN sales rose 45% year over year during the third calendar quarter of 2021.

Supply chain constraints finally caught up to the smartphone market: IDC report

The latest IDC report revealed that global smartphone shipments are down 6.7% as a result of the ongoing chip shortage Despite a double-digit annual growth rate in the first half of 2021— 25% in the first quarter of 2021 and more than 13% in the second...

AT&T, Corning strike domestic fiber deal

AT&T had to cut back on its fiber plans for 2021 due to supply chain issues AT&T has lined up an expanded fiber deal with Corning. Based on the new deal, Corning is ramping up optical cable manufacturing in North Carolina, investing $150 million and...

Well, technically… the supply chain is about building relationships, even during COVID-19: Cambium Networks’ Ann Deardorff (Ep. 24)

Cambium Networks' Vice President of Supply Chain Ann Deardorff comes on the podcast to talk about how COVID-19 has impacted the global wireless supply chain. She also looks to the future as we begin a new year.

arm White Paper: eSIM: Giving Manufacturers the Competitive Edge in Logistics

eSIM technology offers a wide range of benefits to manufacturers of connected devices in the logistics and transportation industry. As the industry faces unprecedented challenges, it's time to double down and lead the logistics sector to ever greater visibility and automation. Read this whitepaper to...

IDC: 2020 smartphone shipments to drop 11.9% due to COVID-19

IDC: 'global smartphone shipments will not return to growth until the first quarter of 2021' The International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker forecasts that the global smartphone market will experience an overall of decline 11.9% year over year in 2020, with shipments...

Nokia profits up despite COVID supply chain challenges

Nokia CEO says the company has 70 5G deal wins and 21 live networks deployed On its Q1 earnings call, Nokia President and CEO Rajeev Suri said that while the company’s revenues took a small hit — EUR200 million in net sales — due to...

Editorial Report Series: Making Industry Smarter – Supply Chain Logistics

The digital transformation of the supply chain and logistics sectors – a review of the strategies, technologies and stakes in play as the global supply chain industry seeks more sustainable and competitive ways to supply the world. UK-based global editor-in-chief editor James Blackman dives...

Editorial Report: AI and IoT at the cutting edge – when to move intelligence out of the cloud and closer to the action

Operational intelligence does not come just by connecting machines; it requires advanced analytics to sort the data and recommend a course of action. Many critical use cases at the edge can’t wait for the cloud. Instead, they demand insights and decisioning at the source,...

Editorial Webinar: IoT for manufacturing: Supply chain logistics, predictive maintenance and other key use cases

Who will work in the factory of the future? Smart manufacturing is bringing factories back to the U.S., but what kinds of jobs will those factories offer? To understand the smart factory workforce, we need to understand the networks, hardware and software that will...

Editorial Report: IoT for Manufacturing – Supply Chain logistics, predictive maintenance and key use cases

The industrial sector is one of the last to undergo digital transformation. But the next industrial revolution will be like nothing we have seen before, worth $6.8 trillion to the global economy, more than the value of the entire consumer internet market, according to...

O2 says 5G will outstrip economic benefits of fiber broadband in the UK by 2026

The telco said 5G will contribute an additional $8.7 billion per year to the U.K. economy by 2026. The direct economic benefits of "5G" infrastructure to the U.K. economy will outstrip the economic benefits of fiber fixed broadband by 2026, according to...

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