Biostar CEO credits partners and customers and reiteriates that it continues to...

Biostar CEO credits partners and customers and reiteriates that it continues to operate from Taiwan

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Biostar CEO, Mr. Paul Wang has declared in a written statement that the company will definitely nurture the relationship in the same way as before with its partners and customers.
Biostar CEO, Mr. Paul Wang has declared in a written statement that the company will definitely nurture the relationship in the same way as before with its partners and customers. The company has also reiterated that it continues to operate from Taiwan in the same way as before.

The company enjoys a transparent relationship with our channel partners. We ensure there is no hierarchy created within the channel and that every channel partner receives the same BioStar treatment regardless of size. The terms and policies are one and the same for the small and big, and business decisions are based purely on the partner’s capability and credit worthiness.

Our portfolio covers a broad range of applications to simplify the research process at cost-effective pricing, best of service, prompt technical support, and low lead time.

The company will keep on importing products like PC motherboard and high-performance computing, VGA products which enable E-Learning, and gaming. Moreover, not only this the company will also import SSDs alike before which enable high speed

The chip shortage started primarily with devices, such as power management, display devices and microcontrollers, fabricated on legacy nodes at 8-inch foundry fabs, which have a limited supply. The shortage has now extended to other devices, and there are capacity constraints and shortages for substrates, wire bonding, passives, materials, and testing, all of which are parts of the supply chain beyond chip fabs. These are highly commoditized industries with minimal flexibility/capacity to invest aggressively on a short notice.

Still the company has deep faith in its partners from China and Taiwan and would continue for support.

Across most categories, device shortages are expected to be pushed out until the second quarter of 2022, while substrate capacity constraints could potentially extend to fourth quarter of 2022.