Tech companies blame the lack of chips on the calculator maker

Tech companies blame the lack of chips on the calculator maker
Tech companies blame the lack of chips on the calculator maker
Mysterious and varied explanations for the global chip shortage have proliferated, but a new report from DigiTimes He sheds some light on the unexpected source of this shortage, and claims that major tech companies point to one cause for the global chip shortage – a company Texas Instruments The company that makes the graphing calculators we all used in high school, according to Digitartlends.

company Texas Instruments Much more than just making calculators these days. Take a quick look at the site Texas Instrument On the web, you will see that it offers a huge amount of products, including consoles PWM screen drivers RGB LED Etc.

More importantly, the company has made a name for itself as a manufacturer of analog chips, which help do things like regulate the voltage levels in our computers. These are small but vital parts of modern chip design that according to some are causing a production halt.

TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation) is among the companies pointing the finger. TSMC It is the largest semiconductor company in the world, and it makes chips for companies like Apple And AMD And Nvidia And many other companies outside the computing world.

According to the report, it says: TSMC The company Texas Instruments , the market leader in these analog chips, creates a bottleneck in providing access to these important components.

The report cited a recent Reuters article covering the company’s quarterly earnings, the company’s chief financial officer admitted Texas Instruments Inventory levels were already low, causing the company to miss revenue targets.

While the production problems faced by a company Texas Instruments It probably isn’t the only “reason” for the global chip shortage, but it does represent a microcosm of how sensitive supply chains are. Nobody wants to take the blame, of course, but it’s clear that a lack of production for a simple item can have wide-ranging effects on everything from car manufacturing to your ability to buy a graphics card. RTX or Playstation 5 In the festive season.

Some of the biggest voices in the industry have claimed that chip shortages could continue throughout 2022 and into 2023.

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