WIN Semicondocutors reported November revenue of NT$1,089 million ($34.2 million), which was a sequential increase of 4.3 percent and 2.4 percent greater than November 2015. Year-to-date revenue (January through November 2016) was NT$12,527 million ($394 million), 14.6 percent greater than the same period in 2015.
The company's outlook for fiscal Q4 (October through December) is for revenue to decrease by the “low teens” (percentage) compared to Q3 (July through September). Q3 revenue was NT$3,553 million ($112 million). During the third quarter, the company reported that 45 to 50 percent of its revenue was from the cellular market, 35 to 40 percent was from Wi-Fi and 15 to 20 percent from wireless infrastructure.
WIN Semiconductors is the world's largest “pure play” compound semiconductor foundry and, arguably, a bellwether for the GaAs MMIC market.