112 Semiconductor Companies Raised $1.4B in the First Six Months of 2007 SAN JOSE, Calif.--October 23, 2007
--FSA, the voice of the fabless business model, has released Q2 2007 additions to its Global Semiconductor Fundings and Financials Report. Formerly known as the Global Fabless Fundings and Financials Report, this quarterly report now includes funding and financial data for fabless, integrated device manufacturer (IDM), pure-play foundry, intellectual property (IP), electronic design automation (EDA) and back-end sectors.
The latest Report outlines key statistics for CYQ2 2007 and 1H 2007, including:
- 1H 2007 semiconductor industry revenue totaled $129.3 billion.
- North American semiconductor companies represented 52 percent of 1H 2007 revenue, followed by Asia with 37 percent, Europe with 11 percent and India with less than one percent.
- 263 fabless and IDM companies reported $63.9 billion in revenue in Q2 2007, an increase of nine percent year-over-year (YoY) and a 2.4 percent decrease quarter-over-quarter (QoQ).
- The top 10 semiconductor companies by Q2 2007 revenue combined for $30 billion, or 47 percent of total Q2 semiconductor revenue.
1. Intel: $8.7B
2. Samsung: $4.6B
3. Texas Instruments: $3.3B
4. Toshiba: $2.5B
5. STMicroelectronics: $2.4B
6. Hynix Semiconductor: $2.1B
7. Renesas: $2.0B
8. Sony: $1.6B
9. NXP Semiconductors: $1.5B
10. Advanced Micro Devices: $1.4B
- The top 10 IP companies by Q2 2007 revenue reported $295 million in revenue, a decrease of 0.2 percent QoQ and one percent YoY.
- The top five packaging and test companies by Q2 2007 revenue reported $2.4 billion in revenue, an increase of four percent QoQ and a three percent decrease YoY.
- The leading foundries, TSMC, UMC, SMIC and Chartered, reported $3.7 billion in revenue in Q2, an increase of 10 percent QoQ and a decrease of seven percent YoY.
- The leading EDA companies, Cadence Design Systems, Synopsys, Mentor Graphics and Magma Design Automation, reported $873 million in revenue in Q2, an increase of six percent QoQ and 10 percent YoY.
- 112 semiconductor companies raised $1.4 billion in 1H 2007.
- 52 semiconductor companies raised $681.7 million in Q2 2007, a nine percent dollar-amount decrease and a 13 percent decrease in the total number of deals closed QoQ.
"FSA has expanded its fundings and financials report to better reflect the semiconductor supply chain as a whole," said Lisa Tafoya, vice president, global research, FSA. "This comprehensive report includes detailed trend analysis of semiconductor funding, financial, IPO and M&A data, allowing even greater value to our members and the industry."
The report is available complimentary to members; and the latest issue is $300 for non-members. To learn more about this report, visit: http://www.fsa.org/publications/financials/index.asp.
FSA is the voice of the global fabless business model. Incorporated in 1994, FSA positively impacts the growth and return on invested capital of this business model to enhance the environment for innovation. It provides a platform for meaningful global collaboration between fabless companies and their partners; identifies and articulates opportunities and challenges to enable solutions; and provides research, resources, publications and survey information. Members include fabless companies and their supply chain and service partners, representing more than 21 countries across the globe. www.fsa.org.