The spread of the novel coronavirus pneumonia has also had a great impact on economic life. Some factories are forced to suspend production because of the need for quarantine.
Last week, both AMD and Intel came forward, stressing that the chip supply was still sufficient to meet the needs of most customers.
Amd CEO sends an open letter to customers through meet the experts network, stating that the company is taking active actions to mitigate the impact of accidents on the company's global business and maintain business continuity. She noted that AMD also took effective measures to ensure the safety of its employees during the outbreak.
In the same open letter, CEO of Intel, siribo pointed out that Intel's production, assembly, testing and supply chain in the United States, Israel, Ireland, Malaysia, Vietnam and other regions are operating normally, and the current on-time delivery rate is more than 90%. It is reported that Intel's crisis management team has been established for more than 15 years and has rich experience in response to supply chain emergencies.
It is worth noting that both AMD and Intel are making adjustments to the revenue guidance data released last month.
However, analysts have seen PC sales decline, and even forecast a decline of more than 30%.