Samsung emerges as the world’s largest chipmaker

After 22 years of being in the lead, Intel has finally ceded the crown of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer – to Samsung. According to Gartner, the South Korean electronics giant shipped $61.2 billion worth of silicon, increasing its revenue by 52.6 percent over 2016. Meanwhile Intel’ semiconductor operations brought in just $57.7 billion for the same period.

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