There was no change in the ranking compared with 2016 and the market continues to show strong growth. NXP was the only company to show a decline in analog sales and this was due to its disposal of discrete and standard parts business to form the company Nexperia.
The total analog IC market was worth $54.5 billion in 2017, IC Insights estimates. Collectively, the top 10 companies generated $32.3 billion in analog IC sales in 2017 representing a 59 percent market share.
With analog sales of $9.9 billion and 18 percent marketshare, Texas Instruments was again the leading supplier of analog integrated circuits in 2017. TI’s 2017 analog revenue represented 76 percent of its $13.0 billion total IC sales and 71 percent of its $13.9 billion total semiconductor revenue, based on IC Insights' estimates.
Analog IC suppliers ranked by 2017 revenues 9n $ millions, Source: IC Insights.
TI was among the first companies to manufacture analog semiconductors on 300mm wafers. TI has claimed that manufacturing analog ICs on 300mm wafers gives it a 40% cost advantage per unpackaged chip compared to using 200mm wafers. In 2017, about half of TI’s analog revenue was generated on devices built using 300mm wafers.
Second-place ADI registered a 14% increase in analog IC sales in 2017 to $4.3 billion, according to IC Insights’ supplier ranking. The 2016 and 2017 revenue numbers shown for ADI include sales from Linear Technology, which was acquired by the company in 1Q17 for $15.8 billion.
On Semi showed the largest analog sales gain in 2017, with revenues increasing 35 percent to $1.8 billion. On's analog business was boosted in 2017 by record sales of power management products to the automotive market, IC Insights said.
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