Samsung's semiconductor sales are expected to account for 14.11% in the third quarter of this year, ranking first in the world, according to new data released today by market research agency Omdia.
This time, the sales forecast of semiconductor companies does not include the sales performance of OEM factories.
According to Omdia, Samsung's share of semiconductor sales surpassed Intel's (12.09 percent) in the third quarter, surpassing Intel's (12.09 percent) for the first time in 11 quarters since the third quarter of 2018.
SK Hynix ranked third with 6.8 percent, followed by Micron (5.39 percent), Qualcomm (4.41 percent), Broadcom (3.40 percent) and Mediatek (3.09 percent).
IT Home has learned that global semiconductor device shipments in the second quarter of 2021 rose 48% year-on-year to a record $24.9 billion, according to SEMI data released earlier this month. Shipments of semiconductor equipment in mainland China again overtook South Korea, rising 38% from the first quarter to become the world's largest.