Server-use PCB Shipments to See Stable Growth in 2019


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Relatively stable demand for servers is likely to become the only major growth driver for PCB makers in 2019 amid the lackluster global sales of consumer electronics devices, but the makers are still cautious about some variables that may affect their shipment of server-use PCBs, according to a Digitimes report.

The major variable is the uncertainties arising from the US-China trade war, which may force cloud service providers to adjust downward their capital expenses on the establishment of datacenters, reducing demand for servers, Digitimes added.

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