14 Sep 2021 -
 General

Top-15 semi suppliers are forecast to experience 7% growth in 3Q21

IC Insights recently released the third quarter sales growth forecast of the world’s top 25 semiconductor suppliers. The forecast shows that in the third quarter of this year (as of September), sales growth outlooks for the top-25 suppliers range from 16th-ranked Sony’s 34% increase at the high end, to Intel’s 3% decline on the low end.

The report shows that in 2Q21, TSMC was the third-largest semiconductor company in terms of sales and the largest semiconductor foundry in the world. It is the go-to manufacturer for ICs based on leading-edge 7/5nm process technologies, which are in high demand and collectively accounted for about half of TSMC’s second-quarter revenue. The company reported that 18% of its 2Q21 revenue was from ICs made using its 5nm process technology while 7nm device technology accounted for 31% of its 2Q21 sales.

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