Published: 04 September 2013
Analyst(s): Jon Erensen , Paul O'Donovan, Tim Mahon , James F. Hines, Ben Lee , Sergis Mushell, Masatsune Yamaji , Peter Middleton , Adriana Blanco, Joseph Unsworth , Masao Kuniba, Mark Hung, Roger Sheng , Andrew Norwood , Amy Teng , Steve Ohr, Marielena Oppenheimer, Michele Reitz, Hiroyuki Shimizu, Brady Wang, Adib Carl Ghubril, Ganesh Ramamoorthy, Bryan Lewis, Nolan Reilly
DRAM and NAND flash memory are the big winners in 2013, although the continued downward trend for PCs and mobile phones takes down the forecast compared with last quarter. Thus, total semiconductor revenue for 2013 is forecast to climb to $315.4 billion to achieve 5.2% year-over-year growth.
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