Difference: GenIndustry (5 vs. 6)

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May 2017. very few companies are domination the various technology markets:

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Server CPU : Intel (99%)
FPGA : Xilinx (49%), Intel (38%)
GPU : Intel (68%), Nvidia (18%), AMD (14%)
Hard Disks : Western Digital (41%), Seagate ( 37%), Toshiba (22%)
DRAM : Samsung (50%), Hynix (25%), Micron (19%)
NAND : Samsung (35%), Toshiba( (20%), Western Digital (17%), Micron (10%)
Solid State Disks : Samsung (35%), Western Digital (19%), Intel (9%), Kingston (7%)
Tape Drives : IBM
*Tape Media : *Fujifilm, Sony
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Server CPU: Intel (99%)
FPGA: Xilinx (49%), Intel (38%)
GPU: Intel (68%), Nvidia (18%), AMD (14%)
Hard Disks: Western Digital (41%), Seagate ( 37%), Toshiba (22%)
DRAM: Samsung (50%), Hynix (25%), Micron (19%)
NAND: Samsung (35%), Toshiba( (20%), Western Digital (17%), Micron (10%)
Solid State Disks: Samsung (35%), Western Digital (19%), Intel (9%), Kingston (7%)
Tape Drives: IBM (100%)
Tape Media: Fujifilm, Sony
  Worldwide semiconductor revenues grew 1.5% in 2016. Weak start in the first half and a stronger recovery at the end, driven by the short supply of memory chips and the corresponding increase in prices. Higher DRAM and NAND prices have largely contributed to an increased growth rate in the beginning of 2017. https://www.semiconductors.org/news/2017/04/03/global_sales_report_2017/global_semiconductor_sales_up_16.5_percent_year_to_year/
 
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