Chipset maker TSMC was unable to prevent leakage of production reports from 2020. Let’s see if the Huawei ban affected the company.

 

 

Huawei, which was unable to produce processors due to prohibitions, was also at odds with TSMC. This dispute was said to affect the Taiwanese chipset manufacturer. However, apparently revenues continued to grow even without Huawei. According to estimates; The combined revenues of the Taiwanese three largest contract semiconductor manufacturers will increase 17 percent to exceed $ 60 billion.

According to the reports announced; TSMC, UMC and VIS earned $ 52.69 billion last year. In the fourth quarter of 2020 alone, the revenue of these three producers reached $ 14.58 billion, up 4.4 percent compared to the previous year.

Growth is expected to be 1.7 percent in the current quarter. This means that companies traded on the stock exchange will receive $ 14.83 billion. Analysts attribute the revenue growth to demand driven by measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

Chipset maker TSMC was unable to prevent leakage of production reports from 2020. Let’s see if the Huawei ban affected the company.

Most of the capital investments of the three Taiwanese producers this year will come from TSMC and will total $ 28 billion. According to Digitimes Research, listed companies had combined investment spending of $ 18.3 billion in 2020, reaching a record high.

Manufacturers spent $ 449.8 billion in total last year. This is a 7.3 percent increase compared to $ 419.1 billion spent on components in 2019. The top ten Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) increased their spending by about 10 percent. Taiwanese producers make up 42 percent of the total market, and this figure was higher than 40.9 percent in 2019.

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