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Global chip shortage will continue for most of 2022: Nvidia

Mexico City: Nvidia believes that the current The global shortage of semiconductorsThe materials used to make processors and graphics cards will last most of next year 2022.

This was stated by Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang at a meeting with the company’s investors on Wednesday, where he spoke about the business of the brand’s high-end RTX graphics units, as shown in a transcript of an event.

“I am looking forward to a tight supply environment for most of next year,” Huang told investors.

Since the beginning of 2021, processor manufacturers, such as the American company Qualcomm, have denounced the global shortage of semiconductors, denouncing that they are mostly dependent on Asian and Taiwanese companies in particular, such as TSMC.

This situation has caused supply issues that have led to problems in the manufacture of cars and consoles such as the latest Xbox and Play Station.

This phenomenon also affects Nvidia graphics cards, the latest model of which, the RTX 30 series, cannot keep up with demand, so the company has recently begun to stock some older models.

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