Articles tagged with: Texas Instruments and Elpida
After three years of seeing its dominant position in the global semiconductor market whittled away by aggressive competition from Samsung Electronics, Intel is set to reverse the trend in 2011, with a combination of strong sales and an acquisition allowing the company to rebuild its margin of market leadership. more
Texas Instruments, Qualcomm, Sony and Samsung Electronics are the leading component suppliers for Palm's new Pre, providing the key semiconductor and display technologies that give the smart phone its competitive differentiation, according to dissection conducted by iSuppli's Teardown Analysis Service. more
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Surprising weakness in the memory chip market in the fourth quarter took the wind out of the sails of the global semiconductor market, causing growth in 2007 to fall short of expectations, according to iSuppli. Global semiconductor market revenue grew by only 3.3 percent in 2007, based on the results from iSuppli's final 2007 chip market share data. more
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After years of coming close to breaking into the top-10 global semiconductor rankings, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Hynix Semiconductor finally hit the big time in 2006, according to a preliminary ranking from iSuppli Corp. In the telecoms world, Qualcomm maintained its ranking while Broadcom managed to jump a couple of places.
Preliminary Ranking of the World's Top-25 Semiconductor Suppliers in 2006 (Ranking by Revenue in Millions of U.S. Dollars)