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AMD Revenue Dropped More Than Twenty Percent

While Intel revenue grew more than twice as fast as market average

March 31, 2008 - Worldwide semiconductor revenue totalled $273.9 billion in 2007, a 3.8 percent increase from 2006, according to Gartner. Vendor performances were mixed with three vendors in the top ten that experienced double-digit growth and four vendors that showed declines in revenue.

Intel grew revenue more than twice as fast as the semiconductor market average, with growth primarily coming from strong shipments of microprocessors for mobile PCs. AMD revenue dropped 20.9 percent to $5.9 billion.

2007 rank 2006 rank Company 2007 revenue 2007 market share (%) 2006 revenue 2006-2007 growth (%)
1 1 Intel 33,800 12.3 30,522 10.7
2 2 Samsung Electronics 20,464 7.5 20,138 1.6
3 6 Toshiba 11,820 4.3 9,783 20.8
4 3 Texas Instruments 11,768 4.3 11,984 -1.8
5 4 Infineon Technologies (incl. Qimonda) 10,194 3.7 10,533 -3.2
5 5 STMicroelectronics 9,966 3.6 9,854 1.1
7 7 Hynix Semiconductor 9,100 3.3 8,007 13.7
8 8 Renesas Technology 8,001 2.9 7,900 1.3
9 9 AMD 5,884 2.1 7,434 -20.9
10 10 NXP Semiconductors 5,869 2.1 5,874 -0.1
Others 147,045 53.8 141,879 3.6
Total market 273,911 100.0 263,908 3.8

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