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akochhar
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re: 13 'fabless' chip firms to top $1B in sales
akochhar   5/3/2012 5:53:01 AM
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@docdivakar-I landed on this post looking for exactly that answer. I am an engineer myself. Do you have an opinion yet? @Balt- TSMC is probably the biggest

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Baolt   12/23/2010 11:18:02 PM
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This is a good answer for the experts who were insisting on the point "Fabless or fab-lite companies aint making good money" It would be great to have a comparison top 10 list about IC foundries who are indeed the real winners of the game. Anyone can give a hand on that?

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krisi   12/22/2010 9:07:11 PM
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Some of the projected growth rates are amazing! (over 50% for Broadcom, Altera, and MStar)...Kris

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docdivakar   12/22/2010 8:58:41 PM
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It is clear from the list above that product innovation & IP is still largely in the US-based companies. Does any one know of any China- or India-based fabless companies that has the potential to get on this list? Seems to me that all of the US-based companies in the list above are poised to do well in 2011. Dr. MP Divakar

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daleste   12/22/2010 4:49:54 PM
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Looks like most of these companies are expecting a lot of growth in 2011. That is a good sign for the industry. Thanks for the informative article.



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