Intel is suffering from a significant shortage of its 14nm processor / chipset. This shortage has already caused major problems for the company as it delayed production processes in general and put the company in many hurdles. Today, and a report for DigiTimes, it is expected that shortage will become worse in the second quarter Of 2019, which we already started with the beginning of March.
According to the DigiTimes report, we are close to a boom in Chromebooks sales that will affect this large deficit in processors further. This will have a special impact on the Core i5 14nm processor and Pentium processors, which AMD has already benefited from with Athlon processors. One of the main causes of this deficit is that Intel now focuses on the production of the most powerful processors such as the i7 and i9 with their generations, along with the more complex, advanced and profitable Xeon processors. The DigiTimes report predicted that the Core i3 processors will also be affected, especially with Chromebooks.
Intel’s production deficit and its impact on AMD
The huge deficit in Intel’s production circuits has, in theory, had a positive impact on AMD, as AMD has been able to offer the best solutions for the weak-core processors through Athlon processors, making AMD record a significant growth in its market share for the quarter The first of 2019 and we all have noticed that, for its part AMD has used the opportunity more than the full, announced the new Bistol Ridge A-Series processors, which target Chromebooks for the first time in its history, and this smart move may make AMD replace Intel is in this particular market if Intel does not upgrade itself, and AMD has expanded its hardware from Intel Resorted laptops and Alnotbok in general by the new H-Series series, the High-End processors superior and will come from the processors are Ryzen 3, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7, all of which will be Mobile CPUs definitely.
If we return to Intel, we will find that its problems have not stopped there, as it has faced a deficit with the Amber Lake processors on which the Apple MacBook Air is based. This may make Intel in trouble with a company of Apple size. Lenovo has claimed that the shortage of Intel processors reaches hundreds of thousands of chips, which in turn will affect hundreds of thousands of devices and thus hundreds of thousands of potential users. A number of manufacturers of laptop devices have also said that they face considerable problems because of this production deficit.
For its part, Intel announced that it is tackling this through more than one huge investment that has been used to increase its production capacity. The expansion of more than $ 1 billion to build the D11X Fab in Oregon and plans to implement large expansions of its factories in Ireland Israel, although Intel has not explained the size of the expansions to be implemented and has not expanded any type of process odes to be produced, but this step is positive, but as we all know, these things take a long time to implement but at the same time DigiTimes expects to increase Production will be feasible during the second quarter Of 2019, whose results could be more favorable for Intel’s sector.
It is expected that this expansion will increase Intel’s productivity by as much as 25%, but we can not forget that we do not know whether this expansion will be used in the category of processors with disabilities, Higher category than others ..
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