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SK Hynix, Mediatek Rise in 2013 Rankings

11/7/2013 07:45 AM EST
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rick merritt
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Qualcomm analyst speaks
rick merritt   11/7/2013 10:32:43 AM
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In a research note released today Canaccord Genuity analyst Michael Walkley said "We were impressed with the 14.5% device [Qualcomm] unit growth estimate for C'14 with ASPs only anticipated to decline 1%, leading to QTL guidance above our expectations."

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Interesting data
daleste   11/7/2013 8:14:35 PM
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It's always fun to see how the companies are trending.  Many of the older semi companies are shrinking right now.

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Re: Interesting data
krisi   11/8/2013 1:04:49 PM
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Is Europe coming back anytime soon? Only ST and Infineon are in top 20.

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daleste   11/9/2013 2:40:47 PM
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I think you missed NXP.

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krisi   11/11/2013 11:25:29 AM
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thank you @daleste...yes, ST at #9, Infineon at #12 and NXP #15...if they combined forces in some sort of European consortium they would be #4

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