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The head of Intel believes that the deficit of the chips will end in 2024

CNBC interviewed with Pat Gelsinger, the head of Intel, and asked him about a lot, but we are interested in his opinion on when the current deficit of chips is already over.

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Earlier, Gelsinger (as well as the heads of AMD, NVIDIA and other companies) believed that we would leave the current semiconductor crisis by the end of 2022, but various circumstances forced him to rethink what was happening.
Now he believes that we will return to norm only in 2024.
And now the problem with semiconductors is no longer in materials, but in equipment for productionCNBC interviewed with Pat Gelsinger, the head of Intel, and asked him about a lot, but we are interested in his opinion on when the current deficit of chips is already over.
Earlier, Gelsinger (as well as the heads of AMD, NVIDIA and other companies) believed that we would leave the current semiconductor crisis by the end of 2022, but various circumstances forced him to rethink what was happening.
Now he believes that we will return to norm only in 2024.
And now the problem with semiconductors is no longer in materials, but in equipment for production.