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Ambarella Inc 's Customers Performance

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AMBA's Source of Revenues Ambarella Inc 's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 17.69 % in the 2 quarter 2021 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 6.66 %, for the same period Ambarella Inc recorded revenue increase by 58.3 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 13.11 %.

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Ambarella Inc 's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 17.69 % in the 2 quarter 2021 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 6.66 %, for the same period Ambarella Inc recorded revenue increase by 58.3 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 13.11 %.

List of AMBA Customers


   
Customers Net Income grew in Q2 by Customers Net margin grew to
63.84 % 18.56 %



Ambarella Inc 's Customers, Q2 2021 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      29.61 %
Customers in Construction Services Industry      40.73 %
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      61.32 %
Customers in Appliance & Tool Industry      34.54 %
Customers in Audio & Video Equipment Industry      90.4 %
Customers in Auto & Truck Manufacturers Industry      23.92 %
Customers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      58.73 %
Customers in Legacy Industry  
Customers in Coal Mining Industry      29.81 %
Customers in Broadcasting Media & Cable TV Industry      20.37 %
Customers in Communications Services Industry      6.89 %
Customers in Professional Services Industry      22.39 %
Customers in Security & Armored Car Services Industry -1.27 %   
Customers in Communications Equipment Industry      60.25 %
Customers in Computer Hardware Industry      25.62 %
Customers in Computer Networks Industry      8.34 %
Customers in Computer Peripherals & Office Equipment Industry      7.37 %
Customers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry      61.58 %
Customers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      14.07 %
Customers in Computer processing and cloud services Industry      17.89 %
Customers in Semiconductors Industry      0.22 %
Customers in Software & Programming Industry      21.24 %
Customers in Consumer Electronics Industry -1.4 %   
Customers in Technology Retail Industry -12.4 %   
Customers in Wholesale Industry      25.65 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Ambarella Inc 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



We sell our solutions to leading original design manufacturers, or ODMs, and original equipment manufacturers, or OEMs, globally. We refer to ODMs as our customers and OEMs as our end customers, except as otherwise indicated or as the context otherwise requires. In the camera market, our video processing solutions are designed into products from leading OEMs including 360 Smart, Axis Communications AB, Avigilon Corporation, Carcam Electronics Technology Co., Ltd., Dahua Technology Co., Ltd., Dajiang Innovation Technology Inc., Denso Ten Limited, Garmin Ltd., GoPro Inc., or GoPro, Hikvision Digital Technology Co., JVC Kenwood Corporation and affiliated entities, Nest Labs (owned by Google), Ring, Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH and affiliated entities, Thinkware Corporation, and XiaoYi Technology Co., Ltd., who source our solutions from ODMs including Altek Corporation, Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd., Dynacolor, Inc., Flex Ltd., and affiliated entities, affiliated entities of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd., Jabil Circuit, Inc., San Jet Technology Corp., Sercomm Corporation, and Sky Light Digital Ltd. In the infrastructure market, our solutions are designed into products from leading OEMs including Harmonic Inc., Motorola Mobility, Inc. (owned by Arris Group, Inc.) and Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, who source our solutions from leading ODMs such as Plexus Corp. We intend to continue to build and strengthen our relationships with existing customers and also diversify our customer base. We believe our relationships with leading ODMs and OEMs provide us with insight into product roadmaps and trends in the marketplace, which we intend to leverage to identify new opportunities and applications for our solutions. We sell our solutions worldwide using our direct sales force and our distributors, including Wintech Microelectronics Co., Ltd., or Wintech.

We sell our solutions to leading ODMs and OEMs globally. We refer to ODMs as our customers and OEMs as our end customers, except as otherwise indicated or as the context otherwise requires. In the camera market, our video processing solutions are designed into products from leading OEMs including 360 Smart, Axis Communications AB, Avigilon Corporation, Carcam Electronics Technology Co., Ltd., Dahua Technology Co., Ltd., Dajiang Innovation Technology Inc., Denso Ten Limited, Garmin Ltd., GoPro Inc., or GoPro, Hikvision Digital Technology Co., JVC Kenwood Corporation and affiliated entities, Nest Labs (owned by Google), Ring, Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH and affiliated entities, Thinkware Corporation, and XiaoYi Technology Co., Ltd., who source our solutions from ODMs including Altek Corporation, Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd., Dynacolor, Inc., Flex Ltd., and affiliated entities, affiliated entities of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd., Jabil Circuit, Inc., San Jet Technology Corp., Sercomm Corporation, and Sky Light Digital Ltd. In the infrastructure market, our solutions are designed into products from leading OEMs including Harmonic Inc., Motorola Mobility, Inc. (owned by Arris Group, Inc.) and Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, who source our solutions from leading ODMs such as Plexus Corp.

We currently sell our solutions into the following end markets:

Professional IP Security Cameras. These cameras are used for video monitoring and security surveillance in professional applications. Our solutions enable the streaming of multiple video streams to enable remote monitoring at multiple locations. Embedded intelligence supports advanced analytics including motion detection and people tracking. The cameras often have the ability to operate in low light conditions and over wide temperature ranges in order to be used in outdoor environments.

Consumer IP Security Cameras. Consumer IP security cameras are designed for home or small business use and are typically connected to cloud services and applications via home networks using WiFi. These cameras may require very low bitrate operation to support HD resolution over limited bandwidth broadband connections, while small form factors may require very low power operation. The implementation of intelligent motion detection may reduce the number of false alarms.

Automotive Cameras. We sell solutions into several automotive markets both for aftermarket and OEM applications. In the automotive aftermarket, we sell solutions for small video cameras mounted on board vehicles to record traffic accidents and help establish records for insurance and liability purposes. Our MotorVu™ 3D 360° Surround View reference design for the automotive OEM market brings high quality HD video to multi-camera parking assistance applications and features a dedicated video engine to combine multiple HD video streams for 3D scene rendering. Also, for the OEM market, electronic mirrors utilize cameras and LCD displays to augment optical rear view and side view mirrors to provide a wider, unobstructed field of view. We believe our low power, high-performance, small form factor solutions are well suited for this market.

Wearable Cameras including Sports, Commercial and Social Media. Durable cameras that provide HD video quality increasingly include embedded connectivity to share and display video. Our low power, high-resolution and connected solutions can be found in a variety of cameras in this end market.

UAVs or Drones. These cameras are used for capturing aerial video or photographs. Our high-performance, high frame rate and low power architecture enables improved functionality with Full HD video capture. In addition, our ability to provide high-resolution still image capture and HD video capture simultaneously enables hybrid capability for the user.

Virtual Reality Cameras. This new class of cameras is used typically for capturing 360° video or, in higher-end camera models, for capturing 360° plus 3D video. Standalone 360° video cameras capture video images from two sensors and encode both video streams in high resolution while simultaneously stitching the two images together in real time.

Broadcast and Traffic Management. Broadcasting equipment that enables HD video to be distributed through satellite, cable and IP infrastructures comprises this market. Our SoC solutions enable high-performance, low power consumption broadcast devices with small form factors, thereby reducing bandwidth needs, energy usage and costs of additional hardware. Our solutions enable an increased number of channels per encoder due to high compression efficiencies. They also make possible a new class of transcoders that can simultaneously encode and stream multiple video formats to different end devices and can change video resolution and transmission rates based on available bandwidth and the display capability of receiving devices.


Ambarella Inc 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


We sell our solutions to leading original design manufacturers, or ODMs, and original equipment manufacturers, or OEMs, globally. We refer to ODMs as our customers and OEMs as our end customers, except as otherwise indicated or as the context otherwise requires. In the camera market, our video processing solutions are designed into products from leading OEMs including 360 Smart, Axis Communications AB, Avigilon Corporation, Carcam Electronics Technology Co., Ltd., Dahua Technology Co., Ltd., Dajiang Innovation Technology Inc., Denso Ten Limited, Garmin Ltd., GoPro Inc., or GoPro, Hikvision Digital Technology Co., JVC Kenwood Corporation and affiliated entities, Nest Labs (owned by Google), Ring, Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH and affiliated entities, Thinkware Corporation, and XiaoYi Technology Co., Ltd., who source our solutions from ODMs including Altek Corporation, Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd., Dynacolor, Inc., Flex Ltd., and affiliated entities, affiliated entities of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd., Jabil Circuit, Inc., San Jet Technology Corp., Sercomm Corporation, and Sky Light Digital Ltd. In the infrastructure market, our solutions are designed into products from leading OEMs including Harmonic Inc., Motorola Mobility, Inc. (owned by Arris Group, Inc.) and Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, who source our solutions from leading ODMs such as Plexus Corp. We intend to continue to build and strengthen our relationships with existing customers and also diversify our customer base. We believe our relationships with leading ODMs and OEMs provide us with insight into product roadmaps and trends in the marketplace, which we intend to leverage to identify new opportunities and applications for our solutions. We sell our solutions worldwide using our direct sales force and our distributors, including Wintech Microelectronics Co., Ltd., or Wintech.

We sell our solutions to leading ODMs and OEMs globally. We refer to ODMs as our customers and OEMs as our end customers, except as otherwise indicated or as the context otherwise requires. In the camera market, our video processing solutions are designed into products from leading OEMs including 360 Smart, Axis Communications AB, Avigilon Corporation, Carcam Electronics Technology Co., Ltd., Dahua Technology Co., Ltd., Dajiang Innovation Technology Inc., Denso Ten Limited, Garmin Ltd., GoPro Inc., or GoPro, Hikvision Digital Technology Co., JVC Kenwood Corporation and affiliated entities, Nest Labs (owned by Google), Ring, Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH and affiliated entities, Thinkware Corporation, and XiaoYi Technology Co., Ltd., who source our solutions from ODMs including Altek Corporation, Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd., Dynacolor, Inc., Flex Ltd., and affiliated entities, affiliated entities of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd., Jabil Circuit, Inc., San Jet Technology Corp., Sercomm Corporation, and Sky Light Digital Ltd. In the infrastructure market, our solutions are designed into products from leading OEMs including Harmonic Inc., Motorola Mobility, Inc. (owned by Arris Group, Inc.) and Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, who source our solutions from leading ODMs such as Plexus Corp.

We currently sell our solutions into the following end markets:

Professional IP Security Cameras. These cameras are used for video monitoring and security surveillance in professional applications. Our solutions enable the streaming of multiple video streams to enable remote monitoring at multiple locations. Embedded intelligence supports advanced analytics including motion detection and people tracking. The cameras often have the ability to operate in low light conditions and over wide temperature ranges in order to be used in outdoor environments.

Consumer IP Security Cameras. Consumer IP security cameras are designed for home or small business use and are typically connected to cloud services and applications via home networks using WiFi. These cameras may require very low bitrate operation to support HD resolution over limited bandwidth broadband connections, while small form factors may require very low power operation. The implementation of intelligent motion detection may reduce the number of false alarms.

Automotive Cameras. We sell solutions into several automotive markets both for aftermarket and OEM applications. In the automotive aftermarket, we sell solutions for small video cameras mounted on board vehicles to record traffic accidents and help establish records for insurance and liability purposes. Our MotorVu™ 3D 360° Surround View reference design for the automotive OEM market brings high quality HD video to multi-camera parking assistance applications and features a dedicated video engine to combine multiple HD video streams for 3D scene rendering. Also, for the OEM market, electronic mirrors utilize cameras and LCD displays to augment optical rear view and side view mirrors to provide a wider, unobstructed field of view. We believe our low power, high-performance, small form factor solutions are well suited for this market.

Wearable Cameras including Sports, Commercial and Social Media. Durable cameras that provide HD video quality increasingly include embedded connectivity to share and display video. Our low power, high-resolution and connected solutions can be found in a variety of cameras in this end market.

UAVs or Drones. These cameras are used for capturing aerial video or photographs. Our high-performance, high frame rate and low power architecture enables improved functionality with Full HD video capture. In addition, our ability to provide high-resolution still image capture and HD video capture simultaneously enables hybrid capability for the user.

Virtual Reality Cameras. This new class of cameras is used typically for capturing 360° video or, in higher-end camera models, for capturing 360° plus 3D video. Standalone 360° video cameras capture video images from two sensors and encode both video streams in high resolution while simultaneously stitching the two images together in real time.

Broadcast and Traffic Management. Broadcasting equipment that enables HD video to be distributed through satellite, cable and IP infrastructures comprises this market. Our SoC solutions enable high-performance, low power consumption broadcast devices with small form factors, thereby reducing bandwidth needs, energy usage and costs of additional hardware. Our solutions enable an increased number of channels per encoder due to high compression efficiencies. They also make possible a new class of transcoders that can simultaneously encode and stream multiple video formats to different end devices and can change video resolution and transmission rates based on available bandwidth and the display capability of receiving devices.








AMBA's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Ambarella Inc 6,089 273 -33 706
Apple Inc 2,430,666 347,155 86,802 92,600
Acacia Communications Inc 4,971 548 69 354
Adobe Inc 293,453 15,099 6,001 12,499
Adt Inc 6,495 6,718 -399 17,500
Adtran Inc 899 534 18 2,060
Alpine 4 Holdings Inc 0 38 -15 132
Amplitech Group Inc 31 4 -2 5
Arris International Plc 5,851 6,709 90 8,700
Arrow Electronics Inc 8,799 32,634 852 18,700
Atlantic Power Corporation 270 581 51 0
Au Optronics Corp 23,555 8,714 -687 60,083
Avid Technology Inc 1,385 384 26 1,522
Avnet Inc 3,808 19,535 193 18,800
Brekford Traffic Safety, Inc. 6 9 4 38
Bk Technologies Corporation 42 43 3 0
Brk Inc 310 0 1 3
Canon Inc 25,736 28,638 869 194,151
Ciena Corp 8,190 3,408 462 5,161
Clearfield Inc 725 123 16 230
Cleartronic Inc 28 2 0 8
Comcast corporation 252,408 108,991 12,390 0
Cisco Systems Inc 233,597 49,818 10,591 70,000
Cablevision Systems Corp 0 6,232 466 13,656
Citizens Communications, Co. 0 0 0 0
Ntt Docomo Inc 0 40,793 4,429 26,374
Dell Technologies Inc 85,245 98,022 6,613 0
Duo World Inc 11 0 -1 100
Electronic Systems Technology Inc 2 2 0 11
Scandium International Mining Corp 0 0 -2 70,000
Equillium Inc 172 0 -34 0
Falconstor Software Inc 18 15 2 81
Fortune Brands Home and Security Inc 13,277 7,019 724 18,000
First Data Corp 30,771 9,569 1,213 0
Franklin Wireless Corp 70 184 18 67
Flir Systems Inc 7,603 1,940 236 2,741
Federal Signal Corporation 2,556 1,188 103 2,200
Frontier Communications Parent Inc 0 0 85 0
Alphabet Inc 1,925,553 220,265 62,929 80,110
Alphabet Inc 1,930,811 182,527 40,269 118,990
Gopro Inc 1,456 1,092 55 1,539
Turtle Beach Corporation 555 417 45 135
Aerohive Networks, Inc. 177 150 -23 490
Harmonic Inc 938 451 0 1,244
Hp inc 33,908 60,487 3,578 0
International Business Machines Corporation 130,756 74,401 5,334 379,592
Internap Corp 2 292 -138 503
Infinera Corp 1,667 1,363 -130 2,145
Intel Corporation 222,415 77,615 18,555 106,700
Inphi Corp 9,075 683 -60 616
Irobot Corporation 2,309 1,627 111 622
Communications Systems Inc 80 45 -4 447
Juniper Networks Inc 9,449 4,608 207 9,234
Kyocera Corp 20,233 13,537 1,045 75,940
Semileds Corp 31 5 -1 187
Lumentum Holdings Inc 13,290 704 310 2,930
Lg Display Co Ltd 2,759 22,534 -66 53,891
Lumen Technologies inc 13,219 20,245 -942 0
Lexmark International Inc 0 0 0 12,700
Remark Holdings Inc 88 16 -8 80
Mrv Communications Inc 68 81 -9 235
Microsoft Corporation 2,306,520 168,088 61,271 118,000
Motorola Solutions inc 41,515 7,885 1,158 15,000
Maxlinear Inc 3,822 766 -57 753
Nacco Industries Inc 275 146 24 3,600
Netapp Inc 21,622 5,798 655 12,810
Netgear Inc 1,035 1,372 97 1,008
Nortek Inc 0 0 0 11,400
Nutanix Inc 7,451 1,394 -1,034 2,813
Nuance Communications Inc 16,241 1,382 -45 11,600
Pitney Bowes Inc 1,282 3,735 19 10,600
T-Mobile US, Inc. 0 0 0 0
Plantronics Inc 1,229 1,803 -19 0
Parkervision Inc 90 0 -15 45
Qualcomm Inc 149,079 32,575 9,204 33,000
Rubicon Technology Inc 25 4 -2 20
Sentinelone Inc 7,125 24,063 -564 31,000
SYMBOL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 0 0 0 0
Seachange International Inc 48 67 0 286
Sify Technologies Ltd 642 331 21 2,608
Stanley Black and Decker Inc 29,353 16,756 1,805 50,400
At and t Inc 185,040 176,015 -531 0
Te Connectivity ltd 49,051 14,366 1,697 72,000
Tessco Technologies Incorporated 46 358 -6 786
T mobile Us Inc 147,387 79,322 5,093 45,000
Time Warner Cable Inc. 0 38,663 1,954 0
Tyco International Plc 0 0 0 57,000
Universal Electronics Inc 636 611 31 2,309
Unisys Corp 1,777 2,099 -483 23,200
Utstarcom Holdings Corp 41 24 -24 481
Universal Security Instruments Inc 11 19 0 15
7gc and Co Holdings Inc 225 0 0 0
Voxx International Corporation 256 644 27 2,060
Verizon Communications Inc 216,555 128,621 20,670 0
Windstream Holdings Inc 15 4,895 -567 13,434
Xerox Holdings Corporation 4,059 7,200 297 0
Zoom Telephonics Inc 125 48 -5 33
SUBTOTAL 10,952,362 2,196,840 362,918 2,005,367


       
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