Manufacturers Need To Cope With Chip Shortage Long Term

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Some experts have called on the U.S. government, companies, and academia to join forces to ensure that manufacturers tackle the chip shortage period long term.

This is achieved by offering advanced courses to enable students to develop new chip design techniques, optimize and streamline chip applications, and also raise awareness of chip needs.

Manufacturers can also learn from other companies that are already successfully navigating the terrain, such as Micron, which adopts “proactive and disciplined supply chain and inventory management strategies,” while actively anticipating shortages to ensure that authorities have access to the critical feedstock and integrated circuits needed to manufacture its products.

For more information, read the original story in Tech Republic.

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