The global computer chip shortage has now reached a “crisis point,” according to industry experts.
According to The Guardian, while initial shortages were attributable to factories being shuttered due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, manufacturers are still failing to meet the new rise in demand despite production returning to normal. “Chips are everything,” says Neil Campling, a media and tech analyst at Mirabaud. “There is a perfect storm of supply and demand factors going on here. But basically, there is a new level of demand that can’t be kept up with, everyone is in crisis and it is getting