- Nov 10, 2017
In a recent interview with The Hindu BusinessLine, AMD CTO and EVP, Mark Papermaster, made some pretty interesting revelations regarding the chip shortage crisis that has currently encompassed the globe, much like COVID-19 has in terms of health.
According to Papermaster, the silicon industry could finally be at a supply-demand equilibrium in 2023 which implies prices should also return to their normal suggested MSRP levels during this period.
The process however will already be underway in a year's time from now in the second half (2H) 2022 when supply levels will start improving, believes Papermaster. This potentially means we could finally start seeing some more affordable graphics cards starting in 2H 2022. Here's his statement to The Hindu BusinessLine:
AMD's Mark Papermaster. in a recent interview, stated that he believes the semiconductor market will be back to normalcy in 2023 starting in 2H 2022. Intel and Nvidia also agree with the timeframe.