NVIDIA CEO: Increased Demand for Graphics Cards is a Permanent Change


The graphics card shortages have lasted longer than anybody may have predicted, and have additionally gotten extra extreme with every passing month. In response to NVIDIA’s CEO Jensen Huang, the shortages are going to proceed in 2022, and there’s not a lot the chipmaker can do about it. Talking to Yahoo Finance, Huang said that there aren’t “any magic bullets for navigating the provision chain”.

I feel that by the subsequent 12 months, demand goes to far exceed provide. We don’t have any magic bullets in navigating the provision chain. We’ve the help of our suppliers. We’re lucky that we’re multi-sourced and that our provide chain is various and our firm is sort of massive so we’ve the help of a giant ecosystem round us.

Jensen Huang, NVIDIA CEO

Talking about NVIDIA’s dual-foundry method (TSMC and Samsung), Huang defined how the corporate’s provide chain is extra various than its opponents (learn: AMD) which in flip permits it to higher climate the storm. He went additional to say that the elevated demand for semiconductors is right here to remain.

Whereas the shortages will subside finally, the NVIDIA CEO believes that these are everlasting situations. As increasingly folks begin working from dwelling, the demand for graphics playing cards and computer systems, generally, has gone by the roof.

Individuals are beginning to construct increasingly dwelling workstations as a result of their house is now their workplace. And once they’re at dwelling they like to have a everlasting system, and so desktop computer systems are doing extremely nicely. I feel these are everlasting situations, and we’re going to see new computer systems being constructed for fairly some time. Individuals are constructing dwelling places of work, and you would see the entire implications.

Jensen Huang, NVIDIA CEO

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