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Ruminations on the electronics industry from David Manners, Senior Components Editor on Electronics Weekly.

Qualcomm, ON, TI, Intel, Nvidia Grow Fastest In 2011.

Intel will have sales of $49.7 billion in 2011, up from $40.4 billion in 2010, giving it 15.9% of the total semiconductor market, says IHS iSuppli, and a 6.5% market share lead over second placed Samsung.

Intel’s revenue was boosted by its acquisition of Infineon’s wireless business.

 

Samsung is the leading supplier of DRAM, which is expected to record a 27% decline in total market revenue this year. This will limit Samsung’s revenue growth to 3% percent in 2011.

 

The third biggest chip company this year is TI, with 8.4% growth helped by its acquisition of National.

 

Toshiba comes fourth and Qualcomm leaps into sixth place with 40% growth on the back of its acquisition of Atheros.

 

The biggest growth comes from ON Semiconductor with 50% growth on the back of its acquisition of Sanyo Semi.

 

Biggest losers are: No. 8 Hynix Semiconductor,  No. 9 Micron and No. 15 Elpida which declined 14.2%, 17.3% and 40.2% respectively.

 

nVidia is expected to grow 15%, and Freescale moves up two slots in the rankings to No.14.

 

Out of 150 leading semiconductor suppliers tracked by IHS, 54%  are expected to achieve positive revenue growth in 2011.

 

 

 

2010
Rank

2011
Rank

Company Name

2010
Revenue

2011
Revenue

Percent
Change

Percent
of Total

Cumulative
Percent

 

1

1

Intel

40,394

49,685

23.0%

15.9%

15.9%

 

2

2

Samsung Electronics

28,380

29,242

3.0%

9.3%

25.2%

 

4

3

Texas Instruments

12,994

14,081

8.4%

4.5%

29.7%

 

3

4

Toshiba

13,010

13,362

2.7%

4.3%

34.0%

 

5

5

Renesas Electronics Corporation

11,893

11,153

-6.2%

3.6%

37.6%

 

9

6

Qualcomm

7,204

10,080

39.9%

3.2%

40.8%

 

7

7

STMicroelectronics

10,346

9,792

-5.4%

3.1%

43.9%

 

6

8

Hynix

10,380

8,911

-14.2%

2.8%

46.8%

 

8

9

Micron Technology

8,876

7,344

-17.3%

2.3%

49.1%

 

10

10

Broadcom

6,682

7,153

7.0%

2.3%

51.4%

 

12

11

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)

6,345

6,483

2.2%

2.1%

53.5%

 

13

12

Infineon Technologies

6,319

5,403

-14.5%

1.7%

55.2%

 

14

13

Sony

5,224

5,153

-1.4%

1.6%

56.9%

 

16

14

Freescale Semiconductor

4,357

4,465

2.5%

1.4%

58.3%

 

11

15

Elpida Memory

6,446

3,854

-40.2%

1.2%

59.5%

 

17

16

NXP

4,028

3,838

-4.7%

1.2%

60.7%

 

20

17

nVidia

3,196

3,672

14.9%

1.2%

61.9%

 

18

18

Marvell Technology Group

3,606

3,448

-4.4%

1.1%

63.0%

 

26

19

ON Semiconductor

2,291

3,423

49.4%

1.1%

64.1%

 

15

20

Panasonic Corporation

4,946

3,365

-32.0%

1.1%

65.2%

 

 

 

Top 20 Companies

196,917

203,907

3.5%

65.2%

 

 

 

 

All Others

110,110

108,882

-1.1%

34.8%

 

 

 

 

Tags: dram, isuppli, micron, qualcomm, texas instruments

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3 Comments

  1. Nol
    December 02, 2011 15:51

    It seems like they originate from Chipcon. But it’s difficult to dig out something more about them. Time will tell :)

  2. David Manners
    December 02, 2011 15:28

    I’d never heard of them until now, Nol, but Norwegian companies do tend to hide their lights under bushels. Interesting looking product line-up. But I can’t see anything on their revenues so it’s tricky to sense where they’d be in any market share table.

  3. Nol
    December 02, 2011 15:17

    David, do you have any data on Energy Micro? The company is too small to be on top 20 list, but perhaps full IHS table would show their performance. Any chance of publishing this information?