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Electronics Production | August 09, 2007

Top 5 chip buyers

Gartner has ranked the world's largest chip buyers.
During 2006 the top 50 semiconductor-consuming companies consumed about $161 billion in semiconductors.

HP consumed about $14 billion worth of chips or about 5 percent of the total output of the semiconductor industry in 2006, Gartner said. That makes HP the largest buyer of chips. Dell, Nokia, Motorola and Samsung was ranked next in following order. Dell and Nokia both took in about $12 billion of chips, Motorola used $11 billion and Samsung, also a major chip maker, used about $10 billion.

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