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Friday, 11 May 2012 10:00

TSMC reports record sales in April

Written by Peter Scott



Would you like some Krait with that?


Foundry for hire, TSMC has set an all-time revenue record in April.

TSMC’s revenue in April topped $1.38 billion, a 9.1 increase year-over-year. Revenue on a monthly basis also grew by 9.2 percent.

Interestingly, the outfit could have done even better. Much of the growth was attributed to strong demand for 28nm products, so strong in fact that TSMC is struggling to keep up with demand.

At the moment TSMC is the only foundry capably of supplying 28nm chips. UMC, Samsung and Globalfoundries have yet to start shipping 28nm products.

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