This decision is in line with the goal of offsetting the dominance of Asian chip manufacturers, whose insufficient supply has frozen the production of many car manufacturers.
With global chip shortages leaving some auto manufacturing plants idle, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger confirmed that his company is negotiating with companies that design car chips to start producing semiconductors. These companies may Be ready in six to nine months.
In a meeting with White House officials, Kissinger said that Intel will open its manufacturing network to automotive chip companies in order to provide immediate assistance in the face of shortages, which have disrupted the assembly lines of Ford and General Motors.
“We hope that some of these problems can be alleviated. There is no need to build factories within three to four years. In some of our existing processes, it may require six months of new certified products. We have already cooperated with some key parts and components. The business started contacting,” Gelsinger told Reuters.
With global chip shortages leaving some car factories idle, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger confirmed that his company is negotiating with companies that design car chips to start producing semiconductors. These companies may be in It will be ready in six to nine months.