Micron Technology, the world’s third–largest memory chipmaker, avoided supply chain snags with nearly quadruple profits in its latest fiscal quarter.
China's zero-COVID policy has resulted in lockdowns in Jilin, Shenzhen, and Shanghai. While operations for major manufacturers have not been heavily affected, the lockdowns are still expected to have major impacts.
Japan is under great pressure to find solutions to revive its semiconductor industry, as the ongoing chip shortages and high semiconductor supply chain disruption risks remain major challenges for governments around the world.
US-China Tech War: Top Chinese Chipmakers Push Ahead with Expansion Plans Despite Political Tensions, Talk of Supply Glut
China’s top chip foundries are pushing ahead with capacity expansion plans, helped by record-high revenues and profits on the back of strong demand and in the face of U.S. threats to further restrict their access to advanced technologies.