Acer Taiwan Observes The Global Chip Shortage Is Easing

Acer Taiwan Observes the Global Chip Shortage Is Easing

According to a senior executive at Acer Inc, Taiwan has recently revealed that the global shortage of chips for mid-end products will start easing and be in a better situation around the second half of 2021.

From delayed deliveries to a supply, there has a shortfall in smart appliances to premium smartphones. As a result, businesses, as well as consumers across the world, face the instant brunt of the unprecedented shortage of semiconductor microchips.

Andrew Hou, Acer President of APAC Operations, said since this problem became apparent in 4Q20, the supply chain operations have got back into form – as the suppliers worked to address the situation.

Source: Reuters

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