Some of TSMC's (TSM -0.4%) top clients, including Qualcomm (QCOM -1.4%), Broadcom (BRCM -0.2%), and OmniVision (OVTI +0.3%), are slowing down their order pace and wafer starts thanks to concerns about PC and high-end smartphone sales, Digitimes reports. The report follows a light Q2 profit forecast from Samsung, weak Q2 PC shipment figures from Gartner and IDC, and a slew of negative analyst reports on high-end smartphone demand. On the other hand, MediaTek and Spreadtrum, two TSMC clients with strong low-end smartphone exposure, have posted strong numbers (I, II). Broadcom reports on July 23, and Qualcomm on July 24.
Some of TSMC's (TSM -0.4%) top clients, including Qualcomm (QCOM -1.4%), Broadcom (BRCM -0.2%),...
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