access:IntelIn the first half of this year, it ranked first with $32 billion in revenue, but still fell 2% from last year.
Samsung ranked second with revenue of US$26.671 billion, compared with US$39.78 billion in the first half of last year, down 33% year-on-year. Needless to say, the continuous decline in memory prices in Q1 and Q2 this year was a sharp drop in Samsung’s performance. The culprit.
SK Hynix and TSMC also ranked third because of the decline in memory prices. SK hynix ranked third last year with revenues of US$17.75 billion, but revenues for the first half of this year were US$11.56 billion, down 35% year-on-year.
TSMC rose from fourth place last year to third place, but revenue in the first half of the year was $14.85 billion, down 9% from the same period last year.
The fifth place isMicronTheir rankings have not changed, but the revenue of $10.18 billion in the first half of this year still fell by 34% year-on-year.
Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron accounted for 95% of the global memory market share. They also experienced the most decline in the rankings, down 33%, 35%, and 34% respectively, which was directly reduced compared with the same period last year. 1/3 of revenue.
Among the remaining vendors, Broadcom's revenue in the first half of the year was 8.35 billion US dollars, down 7% year-on-year, ranking sixth, followed by Qualcomm, with revenue of 7.29 billion US dollars in the first half of this year, down 9% year-on-year.
Further down is TI,ToshibaAnd NVIDIA, which Toshiba, NVIDIA revenue also fell 27%, 25%, the decline is second only to the memory company, but the reasons for the two declines are also different.
Among the 11 to 15 players, Infineon, NXP, and ST ST have not changed their rankings. The revenue has also dropped slightly by 1-5%. Sony has increased from 19 last year to 14 places, with revenue of 3.845 billion. The US dollar increased by 13% year-on-year, and it is the only growth among TOP15 manufacturers. The main reason is that Sony's CIS sensor chip benefits from intelligence.Mobile phoneThe industry has grown stronger.
MediaTek has increased from 16 last year to 15th, but revenues fell by 1% to $3.69 billion.
If you do not consider the pure wafer foundry TSMC in TOP15, thenHuaweiIts Hisilicon Semiconductor can also enter TOP15, with revenue of US$3.5 billion in the first half of the year, up 25% year-on-year. However, 90% of Hisilicon chips are supplied to Huawei, so they are not included in the list.