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Thanks to Apple, Samsung foundry sales to surge again

8/21/2012 08:55 PM EDT
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Greg.Dee
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re: Thanks to Apple, Samsung foundry sales to surge again
Greg.Dee   8/24/2012 10:53:54 AM
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The statistics from "IC Insights" sound suspect given that Samsung themselves sell more than twice as many phones as Apple (world wide) let alone all their other electronics divisions.

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wilber_xbox   8/22/2012 6:15:47 PM
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If Apple moves away from Samsung foundry then finding a similar kind of customer which can fill-in the vacuum created by Apple will be difficult. More customer would mean more design options and process complexity.

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elctrnx_lyf   8/22/2012 2:02:00 PM
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Samsung is going to the top leaving many companies down below with respect to business. Apple themselves are giving huge business to Samsung foundary services.

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Kinnar   8/22/2012 12:03:44 PM
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It seems very strange that despite the patent trials between Apple and Samsung due to Apple's huge order Samsung is heading towards the top in IC making industries. Samsung itself has a huge demand of Semiconductor ICs if they will start using their own foundry produced ICs there are chances that they stand forward compared to the present state.

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