08 Jun 2021 -

IC Insights: TI remains world’s top analog IC supplier

IC Insights recently released an update to its 2020 leading analog IC supplier ranking, showing that with analog sales of $10.9 billion and 19% marketshare, Texas Instruments maintained its firm grip as the leading supplier of analog devices in 2020. TI’s analog sales increased about $650 million or 6% compared to 2019. TI’s 2020 analog revenue accounted for 80% of its $13.6 billion in IC sales and 75% of its $14.5 billion in total semiconductor revenue.

IC Insights’ April Update to the 2021 McClean Report ranked the leading analog IC suppliers for 2020 (Figure 1 above). Collectively, these 10 companies accounted for $35.4 billion in analog IC sales and represented 62% of the total $57.0 billion analog market last year, the same share they held in 2019.

Analog ICs remain a critical component in nearly all of today’s digital-centric systems. Consumer, computing, communications, automotive, and industrial/medical systems rely on analog devices to manage power consumption and to help extend battery life in portable devices.

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