I only know what was posted in the other thread. Prepreorders until 105 have been notified to order their Pyras, So that's some 30 more new Pyras sending out right now. I think last number on the first post in that thread was 75 until yesterday?Is there any news about the Pyra that I missed? I am starting to get worried. Chip shortages and lockdowns really seem to slow things down. My worry stems mostly from my more pessimistic (and unfortunately so far apparently more realistic) outlook on the lockdowns. Either way, I hope we get some news soon. How many Pyras have been produced? At what rate are they being produced right now? Etc. I am hoping that ED is not waiting for the 2 Weeks to flatten the curve to end. Even if it is at a slow pace, some production is better than nothing. I really have no idea how production is going right now.
So if the ship shortens, then it can no longer block the Suez canal because it's too short and we get our fish and chips and chips.Chip Shortage also leads to a Ship Shortage at the end..
(puts on tinfoil hat) They need to allocate some production time to produce 7 million embedable microchips.I am starting to get worried. Chip shortages and lockdowns really seem to slow things down.
so it seems globalization doesn't work that well if you don't have massive economic advantageIntel Corp will greatly expand its advanced chip manufacturing capacity as the new chief executive announced plans to spend as much as $20 billion to build two factories in Arizona and open its factories to outside customers.www.reuters.com
Exactly. China does not want the argument because it's bad for business. If just the west keeps silent (like they keep silent about slavelabour and childlabour), we can get cheap human organs worldwide.It's just a shame for them they're getting into an argument about the uighurs which is unlikely to be good for anyone in the long term. But they did start it /copyright John Cleese.
Except the *(future) Pyra?and they have all my devices hacked.
I want them to get more profits. The margins are very low. Laptops should not be throw-away-to-replace. However, once they meet their targets, there will be a sudden drop in requests... and then what? They'll have more capacity to produce chips, and too few companies asking for them, so they get so cheap that their margins will be very low again. I hope they do not drop the quality, like so many industries, to keep (re)selling you chips.Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) is asking clients to accept higher prices as it ramps up investment to deal with a "structural and fundamental increase" in chip demand. Nikkei Asia reports: C.C. Wei, TSMC's CEO, told clients in a letter seen by Nikkei Asia that the world's biggest...hardware.slashdot.org
I don't know. But if they repurpose all old fabs always, then they must be building new fabs always. If demand doesn't increase infinitely, then at some point they must throw away the oldest fabs somehow ?I thaught they repurpose the fabs that aren't high-end anymore. Making MCs then or other stuff.