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  1. TDaly

    IBM seeks billions after GlobalFoundries drops chip effort

    IBM divested its Microelectronics Division to GF because the corporation did not view Micro as strategic - for years. It was capital intensive, IBM was migrating to software and services, MD was not profitable, and IBM's Fishkill facility would have required significant investment to enable a...
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    T J Rodgers Says Government Wastes Money

    Rodgers makes a correct argument for a free market approach to the general issue of supply-demand and sourcing in industry. The invisible hand knows better than government. Industries that whiffed on demand forecasting and inventory management during COVID (or any other time for that matter)...
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    Not Enough Demand in Europe for a Dedicated Foundry?

    As this "techno-nationalism" trend continues, my view is that market access, and therefore a region's Consumption TAM, becomes a more important lever. So the discussion will move away from the optimization of the global integrated supply chain, or whether a geo has enough demand from design...
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    Intel CEO to attend White House meeting on chip supply chain

    My view - there is a good argument for the US to allocate more resources to bolster US-based manufacturing, but only at a level sufficient to meet the needs of US national security (defense, intel, cyber, space) and other critical infrastructure. The goal is not, and should not be...
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    Killing the Golden Goose

    Beneath the understandable exclusive focus on COVID-19, a policy time bomb continues to tick. Should the US embargo Huawei’s access to US semiconductor technology? The United States views Huawei as a national security threat and is working to convince allies to join a US boycott on deploying...