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Though the history of GPU could date back to 1960s, Chinese players didn’t join the game until early 2000s. What does it take for Chinese GPU start-ups to catch up with world’s leading manufacturers?
As Intel joins the GPU market, Dr. Jon Peddie, President and Founder of Jon Peddie Research, believes the good old “AIN” will keep bringing more exciting surprises to the world.
What to expect from the GPU market in the next few years? Dr. Jon Peddie, President and Founder of Jon Peddie Research, shares his forecasts in this video.
Dr. Jon Peddie, President and Founder of Jon Peddie Research, would thoroughly explain the recent fluctuations in the GPU markets.
In this episode, Jeff Pu, Managing Director of Tech Research at Haitong International, discusses Apple’s supply chain and potential opportunities for Chinese suppliers.
Jeff Pu, Managing Director of Tech Research at Haitong International, brings a comprehensive forecast on Apple chips and products.
As the Russia-Ukraine conflict further disrupts the semiconductor industry, it might have also accelerated localization of supply chain. However, it remains a question whether a regional supply chain could be more resilient than a global one.
Even the market is experiencing a great deal of shortage in materials like wet chemicals and rare gases, Lita Shon-Roy says the suppliers are still hesitant to invest too quickly.
Lita Shon-Roy, President and CEO of TECHCET, believes the war could be extremely disruptive for the supply chain, and there might not be a quick solution for the shortage.
The Russia-Ukraine war could further strain the global supply of semiconductor materials. And among all, neon has raised most concerns as both countries are deeply involved neon collection and purification.