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Semiconductor Inventories Soar: IC production capacity shortages driving prices up, sales rising steadily in each week this month, and Electronics Sales Activity is hot.

Posted on: 31-Mar-2010

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VLSIresearch says Inventories of Integrated Circuits are close to passing the peak set in October of 2008. The problem is that shortages of semiconductor production equipment have created a capacity crunch. Currently, VLSI's Spot Market Chip Price Performance Index is breaking Moore’s Law. End demand remains strong. VLSI’s Electronics Sales Activity Index ended last week up +>100% over a year ago. IC sales have risen steadily in each week this month.

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