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02.19.2021

Texas Power Shortages Disrupt Fabs in Austin Area

The commodity chip supply chain suffered another major disruption after Texas reported widespread power shortages and rolling blackouts.
02.15.2021

Renesas Factory Shutdown Creates Additional Uncertainty for Automakers

On Feb. 13, a magnitude 7.3 earthquake hit the coast of Japan injuring 48 people in the Fukushima and Miyagi prefectures. This resulted in Renesas’ Naka factory being hit with a temporary blackout.
02.11.2021

Commodity Chips Market Implications as Auto Demands Reallocation

As the IC market shifts allocations to save automotive manufacturers, these segments will be hit hard as tight supply becomes even more constrained.
01.28.2021

Employee Spotlight: In the Boston Office with Chris Kolodko

The first employee spotlight of 2021 showcases the remarkable contributions of Chris Kolodko, Fusion Worldwide’s sales manager in the Americas region.
01.22.2021

Semiconductor Shortages Causing Automakers to Cut Production for Early 2021

Semiconductor shortages are wreaking havoc on the already stunted automotive industry, preventing its recovery.
01.19.2021

The Surging Demand for Chips is Creating Problems Across Industries

Elsie Neoh, a commodity manager at Fusion Worldwide, reports chip customers usually place bulk orders well ahead of time, but fulfillment is taking much longer than usual.
01.18.2021

Tobey Gonnerman announced as President at Fusion Worldwide

Fusion Worldwide announced today that Tobey Gonnerman has been appointed as the company’s new President.
01.13.2021

Market Outlook for Q1 2021

Rising demand should result in booming industries, but numerous shortages could stunt growth and leave manufacturers fighting over resources.
12.30.2020

ABF Substrate Shortages Project Further Constraints into 2021

ABF substrate suppliers are trying to increase production in the coming months, but backlogs and lead times could extend into late 2021.
12.23.2020

Tech Cold War Continues Brewing as US blacklists China-based SMIC

The blacklist of China-based SMIC is poised to disrupt the semiconductor industry, affecting the global ecosystem of foundries.
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