TSMC's April sales climb 23.6%


Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's (TSM) revenues rose 23.6% on year in April to NT$61.89B ($2.06B). In March, sales increased 13.2%.

On month, April revenues +23.9%.

In January-April, revenues +14.9% on year to NT$210.1B. (PR)

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  • Andreas Hopf
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    TSM, the realist's alternative to INTC.
    9 May 2014, 02:59 AM Reply Like
  • User 7757181
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    Yeah, keep losing on negative cash flow. Intel has 50 billion revenue and positive cash flow - and it's entering the foundry business agressively. In addition, Samsung is putting high pressure on TSMCs foundry business. Who has the capital to win this game? TSMC it is not.
    9 May 2014, 05:31 AM Reply Like
  • rko2000
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    Making up the story of TSMC’s negative cash flow cannot help Intel, whose foundry business is going nowhere, because Intel has difficulties making chips outside of x86 processor and some memory chips. Even Intel’s LTE modems have to be made at TSMC.

     

    The alliance between Samsung and Global Foundries may be a threat to TSMC. Intel is not.
    9 May 2014, 12:40 PM Reply Like
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