In the Semiconductor Business Model, getting more revenue-per-wafer is a principle way to compete. This is because most of the cost comes from external purchases: either in depreciating equipment or in materials. Also, since most of the finished product cost is in fabricating the wafer, more revenue translates directly into profit. So let’s look at how a chip maker converts manufacturing strategies into a business and ultimately profit model
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