The latest report of IC Insights, a research institute, estimates that there will be 17 semiconductor factories in the world with annual revenue of more than 10 billion US dollars this year. Among them, Samsung will surpass Intel (INTL-US) to become the world’s largest semiconductor factory, and TSMC (2330-TW) will maintain Third, MediaTek (2454-TW) jumped from 12th last year to the ninth largest. Among the 17 largest semiconductor factories in the world, only Intel’s revenue declined compared with last year.
Among the top 17 semiconductor factories in the world, 9 companies are headquartered in the United States, 3 in Europe, 2 each in Taiwan and South Korea, and 1 in Japan. It includes 6 IC design houses including Qualcomm (QCOM-US), Huida (NVDA-US), Broadcom (AVGO-US), MediaTek, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-US) and Apple (AAPL-US), and only one from TSMC Pure wafer foundries, others are IDM factories.
IC Insights pointed out that the annual revenue growth rate of the top 17 semiconductor factories was the highest annual growth rate of 65% of AMD, and each of them had double-digit revenue growth. Only Intel declined by about 1%; among them, AMD, MediaTek, Huida, and Qualcomm will all increase revenue by more than 50%, with growth of 65%, 60%, 57%, and 51% respectively.
IC Insight estimates that Samsung’s revenue this year will reach approximately US$83.1 billion, benefiting from the recovery of memory market demand, and Intel’s relatively bleak performance. Samsung has surpassed Intel again in the second quarter of this year, jumping to the world’s No. A large semiconductor factory is expected to grow its revenue by 34% this year.
According to estimates by IC Insights, this year’s rankings of the top 17 semiconductor manufacturers in the world are Samsung, Intel, TSMC, SK Hynix, Micron, Qualcomm, Huida, Broadcom, MediaTek, Texas Instruments, Supermicro, and Infineon. , Apple, STMicroelectronics, Kioxia, NXP Semiconductors (NXPI-US), Analog Devices.