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02.09.14 17:26:15
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11.08.14 12:29:22
TSMC July revenues hit all-time high
Cage Chao, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Monday 11 August 2014]


Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) saw its revenues hit a record high of NT$64.93 billion (US$2.16 billion) in July, increasing 7.6% sequentially and 24.6% on year.

Since TSMC has estimated its revenues to reach NT$206-209 billion in the third quarter of 2014, the company's monthly sales are likely to move up in August and September, probably exceeding NT$70 billion each in the two months, according to industry sources.

For the first seven months of 2014, revenues amounted to NT$396.16 billion, increasing 16.3% from a year earlier.

Overall, TSMC's revenues are expected to see its monthly sales grow by an annual rate of over 20% in the second half of 2014 on the back of the newly added 28nm production capacity and the kickoff of volume production of 20nm products, said the sources.
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07.04.14 11:09:08
Each smartphone sold to contribute US$10 to TSMC revenues, say sources
Joseph Chen and Cage Chao, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Thursday 3 April 2014]


The contribution of each smartphone sold worldwide to the revenues of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is expected to reach US$10 soon due to an increase in chips used in smartphones and the production of high-priced 4G chips, according to industry sources.

Currently, each smartphone sold globally contributes US$8 on average to TSMC's revenues, TSMC chairman Morris Chang said recently.

Smartphones rolled out in 2014 are likely to come with a number of chips to perform new applications such as NFC, wireless charging and fingerprint recognition in addition to those chips for ambient lighting, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, gyroscope and power management IC used currently, the sources noted.

Shipments of high-priced 4G chips will also increase significantly in 2014 due to the increasing popularity of 4G smartphones in China and other markets, the sources added.

Additionally, part of production application processors for smartphones will also shift from quad-core to 8-core models, and there will be an additional demand for sub-power management ICs, pushing up prices of smartphone solutions and consequently TSMC's revenues, commented the sources.

In addition, each tablet sold in the global market is also expected to contribute US$5 to TSMC's revenues in 2014 compared to US$3-4 currently, the sources added.
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12.03.14 22:21:52
Zitat von Raoul777: Moin R-bgo,

vielen Dank für die Info aber auf Onvista.de ist für das Jahr 2013 keine Dividende aufgeführt ?

Stimmt das und wenn nicht, weiss Du zufällig wie hoch die Dividende für das Jahr 2013 ausfällt ?

Wann gibt es eigentlich immer Zahlen und wann wird das Geschäftsjahr abgeschlossen ?

Vielen Dank und Grüsse
Raoul



Vermute, es gibt keine; lt. Dividend History (http://www.tsmc.com/english/investorRelations/dividend_histo…) gab es die letzte Divi Sommer 2013 und der obenstehende Link zum letzten announcement passt dazu.

Meine letzte erhaltene Zahlung passt auch dazu.


Geschäftsjahr ist Kalenderjahr, Zahlen kommen sehr früh meist Ende Januar.
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12.03.14 20:25:08
Das wird ein Superquartal für Taiwan Semiconductor

Und ich hoffe, dass Apple den A8 Chip für das neue Smartphone
bei Taiwan herstellen lässt. Bin bei 12,85 Euro rein und erfreue mich über der steigenden Kurse.



Quelle:

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/12/tsmc-outlook-idUSL…

TSMC raises Q1 outlook, margin targets on higher chip demand


TAIPEI, March 12 Wed Mar 12, 2014 6:22am EDT

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(Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd, the world's largest contract chipmaker, raised its first-quarter revenue target to T$147 billion ($4.85 billion) due to rising customer demand, Chief Financial Officer Lora Ho said in a statement.

The company had previously set a revenue target of T$136 to T$138 billion.

TSMC also raised its target for gross profit margin to 47 percent from 44.5-46.5 percent, and its operating margin target to 35 percent from 32-34 percent.











TSMC competes with Intel Corp and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. It had painted a bright outlook for its 2014 business, driven by mobile devices and improved margins from its more advanced chips.
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07.03.14 06:53:13
Moin R-bgo,

vielen Dank für die Info aber auf Onvista.de ist für das Jahr 2013 keine Dividende aufgeführt ?

Stimmt das und wenn nicht, weiss Du zufällig wie hoch die Dividende für das Jahr 2013 ausfällt ?

Wann gibt es eigentlich immer Zahlen und wann wird das Geschäftsjahr abgeschlossen ?

Vielen Dank und Grüsse
Raoul
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06.03.14 09:05:48
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.482.177 von Raoul777 am 19.02.14 05:40:04habe Zahlungen bisher in den Monaten Juli & Oktober erhalten;

was sonst willst Du wissen?

Thread & webseite bieten eigentlich bereits sehr viel...
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06.03.14 09:03:37
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19.02.14 05:40:04
Hallo zusammen,

hat jemand Erfahrung mit TSM ?
Würde gerne Wissen wann die Dividendenauszahlung ist.
Und auch sonstige Informationen über das Unternehmen würden mich interessieren.
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11.02.14 11:45:16
TSMC shifts to 8-inch processing to produce fingerprint sensors for next-generation iPhone
Josephine Lien and Mavis Hong, Taipei; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 11 February 2014]


Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will use its 8-inch processing, instead of 12-inch, to produce fingerprint sensors for Apple's next-generation iPhone due to concerns about yield rates for 12-inch wafer-level packaging (WLP), according to industry sources.

Apple previously decided to have TSMC produce fingerprint sensors for its next-generation iPhone at the foundry's 12-inch facilities using a 65nm process, the sources noted. However, acknowledging risks associated with 12-inch WLP technologies, Apple has finally chosen TSMC's 8-inch processing which enables mature yield rates for WLP to produce the fingerprint sensors, the sources said.

As TSMC shifts back to 8-inch processing to fabricate fingerprint sensors for the next-generation iPhone as done previously, the foundry will continue to subcontract the packaging process to backend houses, the sources indicated. Xintec and China WLCSP are identified as the backend partners.

According to Apple's previous decision, which was to have TSMC fabricate the new fingerprint sensors at its 12-inch fabs, TSMC would handle the backend wafer-level chip-scale packaging (WL-CSP) process in-house, the sources pointed out.

Yield rates for 8-inch WLP are able to exceed 95%, while those for 12-inch WLP at TSMC's facilities at the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) stay between 70% and 80%, the sources revealed.

Fingerprint sensors for Apple's iPhone 5s have been manufactured at TSMC's 8-inch fabs. Produciton of the sensors once suffered unsatisfactory yield rates limiting the availability of the 5s, according to the sources.
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