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|Jeremy Grantham 849,969 sh (+78.04%)|
Jim Simons 415,631 sh (+18.67%)
Steven Cohen 1,392,126 sh (+1.66%)
|Arnold Schneider Sold Out|
Whitney Tilson Sold Out
Chuck Royce 157,200 sh (-4.15%)
Zeke Ashton 53,300 sh (-40.78%)
|Louis Moore Bacon 176,978 sh (New)|
Chuck Royce 224,000 sh (+42.49%)
Jeremy Grantham 923,498 sh (+8.65%)
Steven Cohen 1,403,287 sh (+0.8%)
|Zeke Ashton Sold Out|
Jim Simons 266,831 sh (-35.8%)
|Jim Simons 658,031 sh (+146.61%)|
Jeremy Grantham 1,293,778 sh (+40.1%)
Steven Cohen 1,440,463 sh (+2.65%)
Louis Moore Bacon 180,777 sh (+2.15%)
|Chuck Royce 155,000 sh (-30.8%)|
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|Industry:||Semiconductors » Semiconductors|
|Traded in other countries:||SMG.Germany|
|MagnaChip Semiconductor Corp is a Korea-based designer and manufacturer of analog and mixed-signal semiconductor products for high-volume consumer applications. The Company's business is comprised of four separate business segments: Display Solutions, Imaging Solutions, Semiconductor Manufacturing Services and Power Solutions. Its Display Solutions segment offers flat panel display drivers for a range of small to large panel displays used in digital televisions, mobile phones, LCD monitors, notebook computers and mobile multimedia devices, such as handheld games. Its products cover a broad range of interfaces, packages and technologies, including AMOLED, LTPS and TFT technologies. Its Imaging Solutions segment covers a broad spectrum of videographics array, or VGA; 1.3, 2.1 and 3.2 megapixels, or MP; CMOS image sensors for large and rapidly growing camera-equipped applications, such as mobile handsets, PCs, digital cameras, notebook computers and security cameras. Its image sensors are designed to provide brighter, sharper and more colorful image quality for use mainly in applications that require a small form factor, low power consumption and high sensitivity in a variety of light conditions. Its Semiconductor Manufacturing Services segment manufactures wafers for analog and mixed-signal semiconductor companies based on their designs. The activities conducted within this segment are, in substance, identical to those conducted in its Display Solutions and Imaging Solutions businesses. The only difference is that, in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Services segment, the product designs originate from its customers. The customers provide it with their designs and it manufacture and sell the products to the customers based upon such designs. It offers over 180 process flows to its manufacturing services customers. Its manufacturing services offering is targeted at customers who require differentiated, specialty analog and mixed-signal process technologies such as high voltage CMOS, embedded memory and power. These customers typically serve high growth and high volume applications in the consumer, computing, wireless and industrial end markets. Power Solutions: Its Power Solutions segment produces MOSFETs, analog switches, DC-DC converters and linear regulators, such as LDOs. Its power solutions products are designed for applications such as mobile phones, LCD televisions, and desktop computers, and allow electronics manufacturers to achieve specific design goals of high efficiency and low standby power consumption. Its manufacturing operations consist of two sites located in Cheongju and Gumi in Korea. These sites have a combined capacity of approximately 139,778 eight-inch equivalent wafers per month. The Cheongju facilities have three main buildings totaling 164,058 square meters devoted to manufacturing and development. The Gumi facilities have one main building with 41,022 square meters devoted to manufacturing, testing and pack|
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