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Semiconductor Forecast Database, Worldwide, 2Q21 Update


Total semiconductor revenue is projected to grow by 22.4%, reaching $570.8 billion in 2021. This will break the $500 billion milestone as the global economy recovers after the COVID-19 pandemic. Nonmemory revenue is expected to grow by 18.5%, reaching $404.9 billion in 2021.

Published: 30 June 2021

ID: G00750694

Analyst(s): Ben Lee Nolan Reilly Andrew Norwood Amy Teng Jon Erensen Joseph Unsworth Masatsune Yamaji Tim Mahon Roger Sheng Anushree Verma Bill Ray Alan Priestley George Brocklehurst Juhi Gupta Kanishka Chauhan Rajeev Rajput Nikita Singh

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