Applied Materials AMAT and major Japanese chip equipment maker Tokyo Electron are planning ..... help chipmakers scale down Moore's law. A Merger of Two Majors Applied Materials and TEL are two of the three largest chip equipment firms in the
By Arnold Frisch : Applied Materials ( AMAT ) was No. 1 in 2012 revenue in the "Semiconductor Fabrication ..... Company Revenue 2012 Market Share Revenue 2011 % Growth 1 2 Applied Materials 5,513 14.4 5,877 -6.2 2 1 ASML 4,887 12.8 6
By Trefis : Applied Materials ( AMAT ), a semiconductor manufacturing equipment provider, announced its Q4 2013 and year end result on November 14. On account of
always been successful when entering new segments. Applied Materials is the chip equipment industry's standard bearer ..... it is a fair deal from a valuation perspective. Applied Materials is the world's largest supplier of semiconductor
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Top chip gear-maker Applied Materials Inc posted fiscal fourth-quarter revenue that modestly exceeded estimates as foundry customers build new production lines, but its forecast for the current quarter was shy of some analysts' expectations.
Applied Materials ( AMAT ) is guiding for 3%-10% Q/Q FQ1 revenue growth, and quarterly ..... buybacks. Gross margin was 42%, -90 bps Q/Q but +360 bps Y/Y. AMAT -0.6% AH. CC at 4:30PM ET. FQ4 results , PR 1 comment!
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Top chip gear-maker Applied Materials posted fiscal fourth-quarter revenue of $1.99 billion, up from $1.65 billion in the year-ago period, as foundry customers build new production lines to make more advanced components.
Applied Materials reported fiscal fourth-quarter results that were within the range of our expectations. We are maintaining our fair value estimate
Welcome to the Applied Materials Earnings Conference Call. During the presentation, all participants will be in a listen-only mode. Afterwards, you will be
Lam faces major competition from Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron.The firm operates in the deeply ..... While we expect some competitive pressures from Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron over the long term, we forecast