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This statistic highlights Taiwan Semiconductor’s Revenue by Segment, split across Automotive, Digital Consumer Electronics, High-Performance Computing, Internet of Things and Smartphones segments, reported on a quarterly basis from Q1 2018 onwards.
|Item||Q4 2020||Q3 2021||Q4 2021||Contribution in Q4 2021|
|Digital Consumer Electronics||$14.46||$12.44||$13.15||3.00%|
|Internet of Things||$25.31||$37.32||$39.44||9.00%|
(All figures in billions, except for percentages)
Taiwan’s total revenue grew from $361.53 billion in Q4 2020 to $438.19 billion in Q4 2021, marking an increase of 21.2% or $76.66 billion on a year on year basis. Quarterly, the company’s total revenue rose from $414.67 billion in Q3 2021 to $438.19 million in Q4 2021, projecting an incline of 5.67% or $23.52 billion.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s revenue is further bifurcated into the following segments:
The company’s revenue from this segment increased from $10.85 billion in Q4 2020 to $17.53 million in Q4 2021, making a huge increment of 61.57% or $6.68 billion, yearly. There was a slight increase in the revenue from $16.59 billion in Q3 2021 to $17.53 billion in Q4 2021, setting a decline of 5.67% or $0.94 billion on a quarterly basis. This segment contributes 4.00% to the total revenue in Q4 2021.
Digital Consumer Electronics
Yearly, there was a decline in the revenue of this segment from $14.46 billion in Q4 2020 to $13.15 billion in Q4 2021 projecting a fall of 9.05%. Further, The revenue grew from $12.44 billion in Q3 2021 to $13.15 billion in Q4 2021 making an increment of 5.71% or $0.71 billion, quarterly. The revenue generated from this segment amounts to 3.00% of total revenue in Q4 2021.
The majority of Taiwan’s company revenue is generated through this segment, accounting for 37.00% of the company’s revenue in Q4 2021, amounting to $162.13 billion. It grew by 44.67% or $50.06 billion yearly, when compared to $112.07 billion earned in Q4 2020. Quarterly, it grew by 5.67% or $8.7 billion, compared to $153.43 billion in Q3 2021.
Internet of Things
Taiwan’s revenue from the internet of things accounts for 9.00% of the total revenue in Q4 2021. The revenue grew up from $25.31 billion in Q4 2020 to $39.44 billion in Q4 2021, making an increase of 55.83% or $14.13 billion in a year. Quarterly, the company achieved a growth of 5.68% or $2.12 billion, from $37.32 billion in Q3 2021 to $39.44 billion in Q4 2021.
In Q4 2021, the revenue stood at $192.80 billion, accounting for 44.00% of the company’s revenue in Q4 2021. It increased by 4.57% or $8.42 billion yearly, when compared to $184.38 billion in Q4 2020. On a quarterly basis, there was an increment of 5.67% or $10.35 billion, as compared to $182.45 billion in Q3 2021.
The company’s revenue from the other segment decreased from $14.46 billion in Q4 2020 to $13.15 billion in Q3 2021, setting a decline of 9.05%. However, the revenue recovered from $12.44 billion in Q3 2021 to $13.15 billion in Q4 2021, making an increase of 5.71% or $0.71 billion quarterly. This segment accounts for 3.00% of the whole revenue generated in Q4 2021.
With its headquarters and major activities in Hsinchu Science Park, the firm is one of the world’s most valuable semiconductor companies, the world’s largest dedicated independent semiconductor foundry, and one of Taiwan’s largest enterprises. Morris Chang started TSMC in Taiwan in 1987, and it is the world’s first dedicated semiconductor foundry and the market leader in its area. With a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.4 per cent, the company has been listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) since 1993 and is the first Taiwan Stock Exchange to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange (TSM). Since 1994, sales have grown at a rate of 16.1% per year. More than 58000 people are employed by the company. WaferTech, TSMC PRC, SSMC, JASM are examples of the company’s subsidiaries.
As of 2020, the company will produce chips for customers with process nodes ranging from 2 microns to 5 nanometres, with a global capacity of roughly thirteen million 300 mm-equivalent wafers per year. It is the first foundry to offer 7 and 5-nanometre production capabilities (as utilised by the 2020 apple A14 and M1 SoCs), as well as the first to commercialise extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography technology in large quantities. TSMC has a long list of customers, including AMD, Apple, ARM, Broadcom, Marvell, MediaTek, and Nvidia. TSMC’s foundry services were also used by leading programmable logic device companies Xilinx and Altera earlier. TSMC’s foundry business model has aided the growth of the global fabless industry, and the company has been the world’s leading semiconductor foundry since its establishment. The focus on customer success has always been the core to TSMC’s success.
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