Top 15 semiconductors ranked 4 in terms of revenue

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Four of the top 15 semiconductors ranked by revenue increased by more than 30% annually

according to the updated report of McClean report in August recently released by Market Research Institute IC insights. The report released the ranking of the top 15 semiconductor revenue in the first half of the year. Samsung ranked first, Intel ranked second, and SK Hynix ranked third

according to the top15 ranking, SK Hynix (55.83%), NVIDIA (52.90%), micron (44.62%) and Samsung (36.34%) increased their sales by more than 30% in the first half of the year, with the most brilliant performance. Sk Hynix and NVIDIA both increased by more than 50%

top15 semiconductor companies have no negative growth in revenue. There are six memory suppliers with an annual growth rate of more than 20%, including Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix, micron, Toshiba/Toshiba memory (25.30%), western data/SanDisk (27.19%) and NVIDIA; There are five companies with growth rates between 10% and 20%, namely, Italian French semiconductor (19.61%), Infineon (17.58%), Intel (12.99%), TSMC (11.72%), Texas Instruments (11.39%); There are four companies with growth rates below 10%, which are Broadcom (8.81%), Qualcomm (3.31%), NXP (3.31%) and MediaTek (0.05%)

Among the top15 semiconductor manufacturers, 7 are from the United States, 3 are located in Europe, 2 are from South Korea, 2 are from China (TSMC, MediaTek), and 1 is located in Japan. Note: after Broadcom announced in early April 2018 that it would relocate its headquarters from Singapore to the United States, IC insights now attributes Broadcom to an American company

compared with the same period last year, the sales of top15 semiconductor companies in the first half of this year increased to 24%, of which 14 had sales of more than $4billion, an increase of 3 over the first half of last year. The sales of TOP10 semiconductor companies in the first half of this year exceeded US $6billion. The total revenue of TOP10 in 2018 exceeded US $160billion, while the total revenue of TOP10 in 2017 was only US $128billion, with an annual increase of more than 25%

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top15 semiconductor manufacturers include 10 IDM manufacturers, 1 wafer foundry (TSMC), and 4 fabless companies (Broadcom, Qualcomm, NVIDIA, MediaTek)

ic insights said that with the continuous strengthening of DRAM and NAND flash memory markets, the gap between Samsung and Intel in annual sales growth has exceeded 22% in the first half of this year from 1% in the first half of 2017

According to IC insights, the survey predicts that 84% of Samsung Semiconductor's sales in 2018 will be storage products, up 3% from last year's domestic experimental machine manufacturers and 13% higher than the previous year. It is also predicted that Samsung memory sales will increase by 31% to $70billion in 2018

ic insights predicts that the sales of Apple's customized SOC processors and other customized devices based on ARM kernel will reach US $3.5 billion in the first half of 2018. Apple's SOC processors are not sold to other system manufacturers, but only for internal use. Apple ranked 15th in the first quarter, ahead of MediaTek, and ranked 16th in the first half of the year, behind MediaTek, because the revenue of MediaTek in the second quarter increased by 20% compared with the first quarter

in May 2018, Toshiba completed the sale of its memory division to an investment group led by Bain Capital at a price of $18billion. BCPE Pangea, a consortium led by Bain, includes Korean chip manufacturers SK Hynix, apple, Dell, Seagate and Kingston. While Toshiba transferred its memory equity, it also injected 350.5 billion yen into BCPE Pangea that the deformation amplifier unit of the deformation measurement system is the main part of the experimental machine (about 20.5 billion yuan per gram of weight should be minimized under the condition of ensuring safety and durability), Obtained about 40.2% equity of Pangea company, Bain owned 49.9% shares of Toshiba memory, and Hoya obtained the remaining 9.9% shares. According to the report, Bain has strong financial resources and promised to support Toshiba memory to maintain its competitiveness and large-scale M & A transactions, and plans to conduct an initial public offering within three years

the report also shows that Toshiba's revenue in the first half of the year was $3.89 billion, of which the system LSI revenue was $468million, the discrete device revenue was $315 million, and the memory product revenue was $3.107 billion

it is worth noting that IC insights has always had wafer foundries in the top 15 semiconductor revenue rankings, because the revenue ranking has always been the list of the best semiconductor suppliers, rather than the market share ranking

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