Intel Says Supply Chain OK
The semiconductor giant’s alternate supply chain remains intact and that Intel will be able supply all its customers
By: Maureen O'Gara
Mar. 18, 2011 08:00 AM
Intel spokesman Chuck Mulloy said late Tuesday that, despite the carnage in Japan, the semiconductor giant's alternate supply chain remains intact and that Intel will be able supply all its customers. Whether its Japanese customers can take delivery and whether Intel will be able to move product and materials in, out and around Japan is another matter. Intel depends on Japan for about 10% of its revenue. Mulloy said all of Intel's people are accounted for and its facilities there suffered only superficial damage.
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