2019 Q4 global DRAM manufacturer ranking: Samsung fell 5% month-on-month, still ranked first

2019 Q4 global DRAM manufacturer ranking: Samsung fell 5% month-on-month, still ranked first

 

According to the data, in the fourth quarter of 2019, Samsung’s DRAM revenue was US$6.761 billion, down 5% from the previous quarter, and its market share was 43.5%, down from 45.1% in the previous quarter.

SK Hynix’s DRAM revenue in the fourth quarter of 2019 increased by 2.9% quarter-on-quarter to $4.537 billion, accounting for 29.2% of the market, up from 28% in the previous quarter.

Micron’s DRAM revenue in the fourth quarter of last year reached $3.469 billion, an increase of 2.1% from the previous quarter, and its market share was 22.3%, up from 21.5% in the previous quarter.

Nanya Technology’s DRAM revenue in the fourth quarter of last year fell 9.3% from the previous quarter to $430 million, with a market share of 2.8%, down from 3% in the previous quarter.

In the fourth quarter of last year, Winbond’s DRAM revenue was $141 million, down 9.8% from the previous quarter, and its market share was 0.9%, down from 1% in the previous quarter.

As for Powerchip, the company’s DRAM revenue in the fourth quarter of last year was $62 million, down 20.7% from the previous quarter, and its market share was 0.4%, down from 0.5% in the previous quarter.

Overall, in the fourth quarter of last year, global DRAM revenue edged down 1.5% from the previous quarter to $15.535 billion. Except for SK Hynix and Micron, the revenue of other DRAM factories has declined to varying degrees.

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