Global Foundry Market Worth $58.3 Billion in 2016

02 Nov, 2015, 09:15 ET from RnR Market Research

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Global foundry industry was worth about USD46.1 billion in 2014, up 18.2% from 2013, and is expected to reach USD52.8 billion in 2015, a year-on-year growth of 14.5%, and USD58.3 billion in 2016, rising by 6.4% against 2015, and increase by just 3.7% in 2017. Despite expansion in overall market size, for most companies, the market maybe contract after 2016. Growth comes mainly from the industry leader- TSMC. In spite of competition from Samsung, Global Foundries and even Intel, TSMC will further raise its market share.

The one that is in the most dangerous situation is Global Foundries, which is backed by UAE's sovereign fund. Prolonged low oil price is not a good thing for UAE that relies heavily on oil, and it is inevitable that the country's fiscal revenue will go down. Global Foundries will finally become an abyss, as its losses are widening. Nearly ten billion dollar investment in Global Foundries will not be appreciated obviously. If oil price remains below USD40 for a long time, UAE's sovereign fund will surely sell Global Foundries and buyers are likely to be Chinese investors. Key vendors are SMIC, TSMC, HHGRACE, VIS, UMC, POWERCHIP, X-FAB, Samsung, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, MAGNACHIP, TOWER, DONGBU HITEK, Huali Microelectronics, Fujitsu, ASMC and XMC. Order a copy of Global and China Foundry Industry Report, 2014-2015 at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=393933 .

It was rumored recently that Chinese investors intended to acquire Global Foundries. If Chinese investors buy Global Foundries, TSMC will have one less tough competitors. As profit from mobile phone business drops, Memory has become main source of Samsung's profit. Moreover, Foundry makes meager profits or even losses, so Samsung will be more focused on Memory rather than Foundry. As to Intel, it has been groping in Foundry field with technologies that are the most advanced but not recognized by customers, showing that the most advanced is not necessarily the best.

It is very unlikely that Samsung will succeed in Foundry, as most of global electronics companies are direct or indirect rivals of Samsung, and no one will support its competitor for a long time. Furthermore, Samsung gets involved in legal battles with a large number of electronics companies over patent or other aspects, like patent dispute between the world's largest Graphic IC vendor NVIDIA and Samsung. NVIDIA only symbolically places orders with Samsung, but the number of orders to Samsung could be ignored, just a strategy for NVIDIA to bargain with TSMC, which is adopted by majority of electronic companies, especially during economic downturn, when they put more orders with TSMC.

In Foundry field, advanced technology doesn't always deliver good business performance. Take Global Foundries for example, technologically staying at same level with Samsung and IBM, Global Foundries recorded a widened net loss from USD900 million in 2013 to USD1.5 billion in 2015. EBITDA was much worse, down from USD1 billion in 2012 to more than USD400 million in 2014. EBITDA margin stood at only 11%, below the industry average.

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