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Broadcom Inc 's Suppliers Performance

AVGO's Supply Chain

 
AVGO Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Broadcom Inc 's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -9.79 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 51.45 %, Broadcom Inc 's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -1.14 % in Q4.

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Broadcom Inc 's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -9.79 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 51.45 %, Broadcom Inc recorded increase in cost of sales by 0.5 % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -1.14 % in Q4.

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Broadcom Inc 's Comment on Supply Chain


Wafer Fabrication

We depend on multiple foundry subcontractors located in Asia to manufacture a majority of our products. Our key silicon foundries are:

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation, or TSMC, in Taiwan;
United Microelectronics Corporation in Singapore and Taiwan;
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation in China; and
GlobalFoundries, Inc. (formerly Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing) in Singapore and Germany.

By subcontracting manufacturing, we focus resources on design and test applications where we believe we have greater competitive advantages. This strategy also avoids the high capital cost of owning and operating semiconductor wafer fabrication facilities.

Most of our products are manufactured using complementary metal oxide semiconductor, or CMOS, process technology. Our products are currently fabricated on a variety of processes ranging from 500 nanometers to 28 nanometers. We generally evaluate the benefits of migrating to smaller geometry process technologies based on the benefits in performance, power and/or cost.

Assembly and Test

Our products are tested at either the wafer level and/or the packaged finished products level. Our product testing is conducted by independent foundries, and independent test subcontractors. The die are assembled into finished products by independent assembly and package subcontractors. A majority of our test and assembly is performed by the following independent subcontractors:

Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) in Singapore, China and Taiwan (test, assembly and packaging);
Siliconware Precision in Taiwan (test, assembly and packaging);
United Test and Assembly Center in Singapore, China and Thailand (test, assembly and packaging);
Amkor in Korea, Philippines, Taiwan and China (assembly and packaging only); and
STATSChipPAC in Singapore, Korea, Malaysia and China (test, assembly and packaging);

The lack of diversity of suppliers could also drive increased wafer prices, adversely affect our results of operations, including our product gross margins.

We do not have long-term agreements with any of our direct or indirect suppliers, including our manufacturing, assembly or test subcontractors. We typically procure services from these suppliers on a per order basis. In the event our third-party foundry subcontractors experience a disruption or limitation of manufacturing, assembly or testing capacity, we may not be able to obtain alternative manufacturing, assembly and testing services in a timely manner, or at all. Furthermore, our foundries must have new manufacturing processes qualified if there is a disruption in an existing process, which could be time-consuming. We could experience significant delays in product shipments if we are required to find alternative manufacturers, assemblers or testers for our products. We are continuing to develop relationships with additional third-party subcontractors to assemble and test our products.


Broadcom Inc 's Comment on Supply Chain


Wafer Fabrication

We depend on multiple foundry subcontractors located in Asia to manufacture a majority of our products. Our key silicon foundries are:

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation, or TSMC, in Taiwan;
United Microelectronics Corporation in Singapore and Taiwan;
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation in China; and
GlobalFoundries, Inc. (formerly Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing) in Singapore and Germany.

By subcontracting manufacturing, we focus resources on design and test applications where we believe we have greater competitive advantages. This strategy also avoids the high capital cost of owning and operating semiconductor wafer fabrication facilities.

Most of our products are manufactured using complementary metal oxide semiconductor, or CMOS, process technology. Our products are currently fabricated on a variety of processes ranging from 500 nanometers to 28 nanometers. We generally evaluate the benefits of migrating to smaller geometry process technologies based on the benefits in performance, power and/or cost.

Assembly and Test

Our products are tested at either the wafer level and/or the packaged finished products level. Our product testing is conducted by independent foundries, and independent test subcontractors. The die are assembled into finished products by independent assembly and package subcontractors. A majority of our test and assembly is performed by the following independent subcontractors:

Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) in Singapore, China and Taiwan (test, assembly and packaging);
Siliconware Precision in Taiwan (test, assembly and packaging);
United Test and Assembly Center in Singapore, China and Thailand (test, assembly and packaging);
Amkor in Korea, Philippines, Taiwan and China (assembly and packaging only); and
STATSChipPAC in Singapore, Korea, Malaysia and China (test, assembly and packaging);

The lack of diversity of suppliers could also drive increased wafer prices, adversely affect our results of operations, including our product gross margins.

We do not have long-term agreements with any of our direct or indirect suppliers, including our manufacturing, assembly or test subcontractors. We typically procure services from these suppliers on a per order basis. In the event our third-party foundry subcontractors experience a disruption or limitation of manufacturing, assembly or testing capacity, we may not be able to obtain alternative manufacturing, assembly and testing services in a timely manner, or at all. Furthermore, our foundries must have new manufacturing processes qualified if there is a disruption in an existing process, which could be time-consuming. We could experience significant delays in product shipments if we are required to find alternative manufacturers, assemblers or testers for our products. We are continuing to develop relationships with additional third-party subcontractors to assemble and test our products.



AVGO's Suppliers Net profit fell by AVGO's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q4 to
-24.12 % 16.82 %


Broadcom Inc 's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q4 2019 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -64.76 %   
Suppliers in Metal Mining Industry      17.33 %
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry -5.28 %   
Suppliers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -3.17 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry -47.1 %   
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      298.86 %
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry      2.09 %
Suppliers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry -2.82 %   
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry -18.71 %   
Suppliers in Legacy Industry    
Suppliers in Medical Equipment & Supplies Industry  
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry      3.68 %
Suppliers in Computer Networks Industry -14.58 %   
Suppliers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry      9.44 %
Suppliers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      26 %
Suppliers in Scientific & Technical Instruments Industry      94.36 %
Suppliers in Semiconductors Industry      10.76 %
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry -35.71 %   
     
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AVGO's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Broadcom Inc AVGO 122,333 22,666 2,638 -
Agilent Technologies inc A 28,142 5,163 1,071 21,400
Applied Optoelectronics Inc AAOI 178 179 -72 3,054
Applied Materials Inc AMAT 51,397 15,435 2,916 14,000
Applied Micro Circuits Corp AMCC 0 0 0 507
Advanced Micro Devices Inc AMD 65,643 7,245 487 10,671
Amkor Technology Inc AMKR 2,553 4,310 210 29,300
Air Products And Chemicals Inc APD 53,930 8,978 1,998 19,700
Airgas Inc ARG 0 0 0 17,000
Arris International Plc ARRS 5,851 6,709 90 8,700
Asml Holding Nv ASML 142,997 5,875 1,137 7,955
Ase Technology Holding Co Ltd ASX 17,902 13,814 611 0
Atomera Inc ATOM 145 1 -13 16
Astronics Corporation ATRO 282 722 -93 2,000
Avx Corp AVX 3,671 1,562 206 10,200
Barnes Group Inc B 1,941 1,491 158 5,036
Bel Fuse Inc BELFA 23 471 -14 7,971
Chase Corp CCF 941 275 34 677
Cabot Microelectronics Corporation CCMP 4,306 1,118 70 1,179
Cemtrex Inc CETX 6 23 -19 577
Cts Corporation CTS 700 454 29 322
Danaher Corporation DHR 117,073 17,374 3,270 71,000
Dover Corporation DOV 14,352 7,136 678 27,000
Dow Inc DOW 28,641 36,562 -2,450 53,000
Emcore Corp EMKR 88 91 -32 364
Eastman Chemical Co EMN 9,359 9,134 813 15,000
Esco Technologies inc ESE 2,165 801 150 3,254
Freeport mcmoran Inc FCX 13,642 13,408 -814 35,000
Finisar Corp FNSR 2,834 1,243 -43 13,000
Formfactor inc FORM 1,976 618 50 1,685
Harmonic Inc HLIT 515 401 -17 1,244
Ieh Corp IEHC 39 28 5 160
Ii vi Incorporated IIVI 5 1,997 -90 0
Intel Corporation INTC 266,740 75,732 22,735 106,700
Kla Corporation KLAC 27,656 5,605 1,022 5,880
Kulicke and Soffa Industries Inc KLIC 1,436 562 33 2,778
Kmg Chemicals Inc KMG 1,211 466 65 626
Kyocera Corp KYO 20,233 13,537 1,045 75,940
Lear Corp LEA 6,704 19,108 668 136,200
Lam Research Corporation LRCX 40,148 16,906 2,097 7,300
Lightwave Logic Inc LWLG 69 0 -7 10
Lsb Industries Inc LXU 30 354 -72 610
Microwave Filter Co Inc MFCO 1 4 0 37
3m Company MMM 90,470 32,348 4,983 89,800
Model N Inc MODN 1,085 150 -16 864
Materion Corporation MTRN 1,070 1,162 31 2,550
National Instruments Corporation NATI 5,086 1,352 272 7,412
Newmont Corp NEM 45,120 9,740 2,884 13,700
Neophotonics Corp NPTN 439 375 3 1,783
Netgear Inc NTGR 761 980 9 1,008
Orbital Energy Group Inc OEG 20 6 -6 0
Pagerduty Inc PD 2,003 3,402 386 0
Park Aerospace Corp PKE 250 60 10 387
Pmc Sierra Inc PMCS 0 890 -32 1,442
Pentair Plc PNR 6,576 2,978 377 28,400
Parkervision Inc PRKR 19 0 -15 45
Ptc Inc PTC 9,042 1,346 38 0
Praxair Inc PX 47,954 12,037 1,500 27,780
Richardson Electronics Ltd RELL 55 161 -7 373
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY ROH 0 0 0 0
Realpage Inc RP 0 645 53 5,400
Rise Gold Corp RYES 13 2 4 1
Southern Copper Corp SCCO 28,489 7,252 1,319 13,414
Seachange International Inc SEAC 70 67 -9 286
Sealed Air Corp SEE 5,036 4,791 263 24,000
Sifco Industries Inc SIF 21 113 -3 465
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp SMI 24,175 3,360 77 11,385
Surge Components Inc SPRS 8 32 2 38
Stoneridge inc SRI 568 799 54 4,100
Stillwater Mining Co SWC 0 0 0 1,432
Taitron Components Inc TAIT 14,312,557 7 1 20
Tuanche Ltd TC 383 93 -36 700
Te Connectivity ltd TEL 28,233 13,052 699 72,000
Teradyne Inc TER 12,138 2,505 535 3,900
Trilogy Metals Inc TMQ 278 -1 195 7
Tower Semiconductor Ltd TSEM 2,161 1,234 88 5,641
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd TSM 258,954 35,774 11,836 45,272
Torotel Inc TTLO 12 26 1 138
Viavi Solutions Inc VIAV 2,666 1,159 74 3,500
Versum Materials Inc VSM 5,787 1,341 86 1,900
Xperi Corporation XPER 690 341 -20 700
Zoom Telephonics Inc ZMTP 45 42 -3 33
SUBTOTAL 15,827,760 434,510 63,540 1,086,929


             
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