Live Market Briefing
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As the Covid 19 economy evolves to a post-pandemic era, inflation rates rise, GDP falls, and the MCU supply chain grows increasingly chaotic.
As the global semiconductor market tries to recover from the effects of the pandemic, the repercussions and residual crisis continue to wreak havoc with supply chains. Not all ICs are impacted the same and not all markets are affected equally.
In this talk, we focus on the state of the microcontroller market specifically in relation to the current state and outlook for the supply chain.
The following MCU market topics will be addressed current Supply Chain Issues, 2022 Imbalances and causes, markets feeling different impacts, and effects on pricing.
In this Live Market Breifing, we will talk about :
- manufacturing capacity,
- the curse of the golden part,
- and other related disruptions.
- We will cover some of the market impact – current and future
Principal Analyst, Computing & Software
Tom Hackenberg is a Principal Analyst for Computing and Software in the Semiconductor, Memory and Computing Division at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group.
Tom is engaged in developing processor market monitors and research into related technology trends. He is currently focused on low and ultralow power solutions such as MCUs. Tom is an industry leading expert with more than a decade’s experience reporting on markets for semiconductor processors including CPUs, GPUs, MPUs, MCUs, SoC ASICs & ASSPs, FPGAs and configurable processors. Tom is also well-versed in related technology trends including IoT, heterogeneous processing, chiplets, AI and edge computing.
Prior to joining Yole, Tom was a principal analyst at OMDIA, IHS Markit and began processor market research in 2006 for IMS Research. He worked with market-leading processor suppliers developing both syndicated and custom research. Tom holds a BSECE from the University of Texas at Austin specializing in Processors and FPGAs.