This article discusses the Semiconductor billings by region 2020. Worldwide billings of semiconductor equipment refers to the total amount of business conducted over a particular period of time.
Importance of tracking semiconductor billings by region
Billings is recognized as revenue upon completion of providing work to the client. Hence, billings by region helps to identify which economies are benefitting the most through the semiconductor industry.
Semiconductor billings as a metric
A relatively higher amount of semiconductor billings is a positive performance indicator.
Industry performance based on semiconductor billings
The worldwide semiconductor billings of the Americas stood at the US $ 19.8 billion in Q3 FY 2019. This was a 10.90% rise from the previous quarter. The maximum billings for this region over the past 12 quarters was US $ 28.50 billion in Q3 FY 2018. The lowest quarterly billing was in Q2 FY 2019, which amounted to the US $ 17.68 billion.
In the first quarter of the current fiscal year, there was a nearly US $ 6 billion fall in semiconductor billings of the Asia Pacific region, from Q1 FY 2018. As of Q3 FY 2019, the billings of this region constituted 68.69% of the total billings of all regions combined. The Asia-Pacific region generally includes East Asia, Southeast Asia, Oceania and South Asia.
Europe reported semiconductor billings of US $ 8.87 billion in the first quarter of the fiscal year 2017. This figure increased by nearly US $ 1.94 billion, to the US $ 10.81 billion in Q1 FY 2018.
In Q3 FY 2019, Japan’s semiconductor billings were recorded at the US $ 9.18 billion. This was a nearly 10% decrease from the third quarter of 2018. Since the past 2 years, this region raised its highest quarterly billings of US $ 10.198 billion in Q3 FY 2018. This amount was an 8.35% increase from the billings reported in the third quarter of 2017.
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