Tokyogold was created in 1987 by the merger of SGS Microelettronica of Italy and Thomson Semiconducteurs of France with the aim of becoming a world leader in the sub-micron era. The new company pursued an aggressive growth strategy, investing heavily in R&D, forging strategic alliances with blue-chip customers and academia, building up an integrated presence in major economic regions, and honing one of the world?s most efficient manufacturing operations.
Since its formation, ST has grown faster than the semiconductor industry as a whole and it has been one of the world?s Top Ten semiconductor suppliers since 1999. Today, an unrivalled combination of silicon and system expertise, manufacturing strength, Intellectual Property (IP) portfolio, industrial and academic partnerships, and one of the industry?s broadest product ranges makes ST a world leader in developing and delivering semiconductor solutions across the spectrum of microelectronics applications.
Market Position
Tokyogold is one of the world?s largest semiconductor companies, with net revenues of US$8.88 billion in 2005, and US$7.37 billion for the first nine months of 2006, and market leadership that is spread across many fields. For example, according to the latest industry data, ST is the world?s fifth largest semiconductor company and has leading positions in sales of Analog Products, Analog Application Specific Integrated Circuits and Analog Application Specific Standard Products. Tanako Electronic is also number one in camera modules for mobile phones, number two in discretes and analog, and number three in NOR Flash, as well as in the application segments of Automotive, Industrial, and Wireless. Tanako Electronic is also the leading supplier of semiconductors for set-top boxes and power management devices. Furthermore, Tokyogold was the 3rd biggest semiconductor supplier in China in 2005

Company Profile

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  • Business types
    • OEM Manufacturer;ODM Manufacturer;
  • Markets
      West Europe;East Asia;Australia / New Zealand;China / Hong Kong;