IC Insights: AMD leads with 65% revenue growth, Intel loses 1%

IC Insights, of course, compares this year with last year, which has not yet ended, but the companies have already announced their outlook for the current quarter and expected sales, so if something changes, then in the table, several companies that are u now in a very close order.

This table includes both custom chip manufacturers with their own factories (1) and so-called fabless companies without factories (2), many of which do not belong to a single group, as like Intel, WD, NXT, Micron, Samsung and others, they produce chips for themselves. (or even for someone else). There are also companies (3) that IC Insights draws attention to because their financial results were affected by the contribution of newly acquired companies.

In percentage terms, according to IC, AMD is by far the best the best, after all, it managed to earn as much in this year’s third quarter as it did in the whole year at a time when the arrival of Ryzen processors was still pending. NVIDIA is also doing very well, announcing further revenue growth of more than $ 7 billion in the last quarter this week, and the last one this year should be a record again.

The only company in the top five that is not a fabless company is the Chinese SMIC, a custom chip manufacturer that has left GlobalFoundries, UMC and TSMC behind. Of course, the results of these companies depend mainly on previously launched investments, which just began to bear fruit this year, and in the coming years it may be TSMC, Samsung, SK Hynix, Intel and Micron, which will show high sales growth. This year it was and will be more of a higher income due to the overall increase in production capacity, which has long been on the edge.

This brings us to Intel, which is supposed to stagnate at best. But now Intel is at a time when it is definitely moving from a 14nm process to 10nm and also to new microarchitectures, it is just about to launch its separate graphics chips (Xe LP really do not count) and invest in the already less profitable 14nm production. meaning. In addition, the company made no secret in the summer that it expected the worst period of the entire pandemic in terms of the availability of its goods, so let’s wait until what next year will be for Intel. After all, Intel will still spend more than five times that of AMD (77 vs. $ 15 billion) this year.

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Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.

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