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7 July 2015

WIN's revenue grows 43% in first-half 2015

WIN Semiconductors Corp (the world's largest pure-play gallium arsenide foundry) has reported revenue of NT$3.1bn (US$100.2m) for second-quarter 2015, up 10.4% on last quarter and 25.9% year-on-year, according to Taiwan's Digitimes.

Revenue was NT$1.03bn in June (up 0.9% sequentially and 12.65% year-on-year) and NT$5.91bn for the first six months of 2015 (up 43.1% year-on-year). Already this year, WIN has seen its first-quarter revenue grow 3.5% sequentially, bucking seasonal trends.

WIN provides foundry services for GaAs components used mainly in smartphones. Its major clients include leading GaAs power amplifier (PA) makers Avago Technologies and Skyworks Solutions in the USA, as well as China-based RDA Microelectronics.

As the peak season approaches, rising demand for power amplifiers should buoy the firm's sales performance in second-half 2015, it is reckoned.

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