With the rise of Huawei Hisilicon, Ziguang zhanrui, SMIC, Changjiang storage, Hefei Changxin and other companies, China's local semiconductor enterprises have more and more influence in the world.
According to the latest data released by IC insights,In the first quarter of this year, Huawei Hisilicon achieved a 54% sales revenue surge, reaching US $2.67 billion, and therefore entered the top 10 list of global semiconductors for the first time. This is not only the first time for HUAWEI, but also the first time for Chinese enterprises (strictly speaking, Chinese mainland enterprises).
It's not hard to see from the table that Huawei Hisilicon is up 5 places compared with last year, squeezing out Infineon and Toshiba.
In the list, Intel still ranks first, with semiconductor sales revenue of about US $19.5 billion, up 23% year on year. Two to nine are Samsung, TSMC, SK Hynix, micron, dial, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments and NVIDIA.
According to the headquarters, there are six TOP10 in the United States, two in South Korea and two in China.
Interestingly, according to the report, Huawei's share of TSMC's sales revenue surged from 5% in 2017 to 14% in 2019, with a volume of US $4.95 billion, which is definitely a big customer.