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Components | July 30, 2012

Top10 semi suppliers for Industrial

Already the market leader in 2010, TI further reinforced its dominance in 2011 as its revenue from the industrial electronics chip space grew to $2.2 billion, up 24.9 percent from $1.8 billion a year earlier.
TI’s market share last year climbed to 7.3 percent, up from 6.4 percent in 2010, writes IHS.

TI headed a field of nine other players. Together the 10 companies enjoyed combined industrial electronics semiconductor revenue of $12.9 billion, roughly 42 percent of a very sizable market worth approximately $30.6 billion.
Occupying the No. 2 slot last year after TI was Infineon, with industrial electronics revenue of $1.8 billion, up 24.1 percent from $1.5 billion in 2010.

Top10 Semiconductor Suppliers for Industrial Electronics in 2011 (Revenue in Billions of US Dollars / Market Share in 2011)
  1. Texas Instruments — 2.23 — 7.3%
  2. Infineon — 1.83 — 6.0%
  3. STMicroelectronics — 1.66 — 5.4%
  4. Intel — 1.45 — 4.7%
  5. Analog Devices — 1.34 — 4.4%
  6. Mitsubishi — 1.19 — 3.9%
  7. Maxim — 0.87 — 2.8%
  8. Renesas — 0.82 — 2.7%
  9. NXP — 0.77 — 2.5%
  10. Xilinx — 0.75 — 2.5%
  11. Others — 17.73 — 57.8%

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