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2005-06-02 SIA confirms April semiconductor sales stall
The three-month average of worldwide sales of semiconductors came in at $18.22 billion in April according to World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS), the U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association reported Tuesday (May 31
2003-06-05 Semiconductor market generates $141B in '02
According to the WSTS, the world semiconductor market reached a size of $141B in 2002
2007-11-15 WSTS: 2007 global chips sales better than expected
WSTS organization has increased its forecast for the increase in global sales of semiconductors for 2007.
2006-07-06 Worldwide chip sales grew 9.4% in May
The three-month average of worldwide sales of semiconductors in May came in ahead of expectations at $19.75 billion and grew by 9.4 percent over the May 2005 equivalent sales of $18.05 billion, according to WSTS numbers.
2012-04-03 SIA confident on regaining Intel, AMD
With Intel and AMD's withdrawal from in the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics, the publication lost its reliability, but the new chair of SIA announced a powerful statement: We will fix it.
2008-09-01 IIC-Taiwan kicks off innovation
What is the next trend that design engineers in Taiwan must grasp? Despite the impact of the U.S. sub-prime mortgage crisis and soaring oil prices on the global economy, there is still good news. According to a report from World Semiconductor Trade Statistics, the global semiconductor market will achieve considerable growth in 2008.
2006-06-29 Handelsbanken lowers global IC forecast
According to investment banking firm Handelsbanken, the semiconductor market will grow 5 percent in 2006 over 2005, down from 6 percent in its previous forecast
2008-08-13 Global semi market reaps 12.2% in June
The global market for semiconductors was $25.52 billion in June 2008, up 12.2 percent on the same month last year, according to World Semiconductor Trade Statistics.
2005-05-31 Global chip sales fall 1.2% in April, says WSTS
The IC industry appears to be slowing down. Worldwide semiconductor sales hit $18.15 billion in April, down 1.2 percent from March but up 6.8 percent from the like period a year ago, according to a report from Reuters on Monday (May 30
2004-05-06 Global chip market up March-to-March
The three-month average of global semiconductor sales in March was $16.275 billion, according to numbers published by the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA), which cited statistics from the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization.
2005-10-31 Global chip market to grow 8% in 2006, says WSTS
After achieving 6.6 percent growth in 2005, the worldwide chip market is set to grow 8 percent in 2006 and 10.6 percent in 2007, according to the latest prediction from World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS).
2006-06-12 Gartner sees slowdown in IC industry
Gartner Inc. reiterated its bullish chip forecast for 2006, but the market research firm sees a slowdown and consolidation in the IC industry.
2011-04-07 February chip sales down by 6.8%
The actual global market for chips in February was $23.65 billion, down 6.8 percent from January 2011 sales of $25.37 billion, according to the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics organization.
2005-12-06 Consumers drove $20B October, says SIA
Strong rebound in consumer confidence drove the three-month average of worldwide semiconductor sales in October to $20B, which is up 2.5 percent sequentially from the $19.55B reported for September, according to WSTS figures
2012-09-05 Chip sales experience slight boost in July
SIA recently reported that global chip sales on a three-month moving average reached $24.4 billion in July, up 0.2 percent from June but down 1.9 percent compared with July 2011.
2005-10-05 Chip market was strong in August, says ESIA
The three-month average of worldwide semiconductor sales in August came in higher than expectations at $18.58 billion, up 3.2 percent from $18.01 billion in July. This was also up 1.7 percent from the equivalent figure in August 2004, according to figures from the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization published by the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA).
2005-11-03 Chip market up 5.2% in September, says ESIA
The three-month average of worldwide semiconductor sales in September came in at $19.55 billion, higher than expectations for the second month running. This was up by 5.2 percent compared with $18.58 billion in August 2005 and up 5.6 percent on the equivalent number in September 2004, according to figures from the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization published by the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA).
2006-08-03 Chip market saw slower growth in June
Monthly chip sales are expected to have deteriorated to a three-month average of $19.4 billion in June from $19.7 billion in May, according to an analyst with Terra Securities ASA.
2004-10-04 August chip market average to hit $18 billion, says analyst
Handelsbanken Capital Markets predicted Tuesday (Sept. 28) that the worldwide chip sales figures for August 2004, due to be published in early October as a three-month average by World Semiconductor Trade Statistics, would be $18 billion.
2006-02-06 Asia-Pacific edges closer to 50% of chip market
The APAC region moved closer to 50% of the worldwide market for semiconductors in December, according to figures collated by World Semiconductor Trade Statistics.
2006-06-02 APAC semi market to cool down this year
The Asia-Pacific semiconductor market is projected to cool in 2006, while the Americas, Europe and Japan are expected to grow, according to the WSTS
2009-06-09 Analysts, execs, editors see double-digit drop in '09
The Semiconductor Industry Association and World Semiconductor Trade Statistics association both issued revised forecasts calling for 2009 chip revenue to drop more than 21 percent.
2005-10-11 WSTS rolls PLD data into standard-cell category
The World Semiconductor Trade Statistics organization has rolled its numbers for programmable logic into the larger category of standard cells, prompting a debate over whether the move provides less visibility into the PLD industry.
2008-05-29 WSTS reduces IC projection by 50%
The World Semiconductor Trade Statistics group cuts its IC forecast by nearly half.
2010-11-09 Q3 chip sales drop, but 2010 still up
The market for semiconductor chips softened in Q3 2010 according to the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics organization, but the year is still set to grow compared with 2009.
2012-11-29 Global chip market poised for an upswing in 2013
Although the global chip market is expected to be worth 290 billion in 2012, the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organisation expects the market to rise by 4.5 per cent in 2013.
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