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美国德州仪器公司第三季度收益上升百分之60,预见减速在第四季度

纽约( 美联社 ) --芯片制造者德州仪器有限公司在星期一说第三季度收入飙升百分之60,因为其持续满足了潜在的需求在经济衰退之后,但是公司预期形势会在本年剩余时间冷却下来,消费者需求是不太热烈的。

与预测相呼应的其他芯片制造商包括英特尔公司,同样也预期销售在第四季度会降低。

德州仪器,其芯片涉及每个领域从移动电话到汽车,说公司赚得859百万美元,或每股71分,从7月到9月期间。这比通过汤姆森路透通讯社分析家投票的平均预测还高2分。

在去年同样的时期,以达拉斯为基础的公司赚得$538百万,或者每股42分。

收入上升百分之30到$3.74十亿美元,超出了分析员预测的$3.69十亿美元。 一年以前,收入是$2.88十亿美元。

“工业市场的需求尤其强,当消费者需求冷却时,影响诸如计算机和电视的市场,”德州仪器总经理锐驰坦普尔顿说。

德州仪器芯片在电视和计算机中调节和转换电力,处理其他任务例如硬盘驱动器的通信。

第四季度的收入已经趋向于降低,因为制造厂已经为假日时期备货。坦普尔顿也预期本季度劣势,因为“持续疲软的在计算机和消费市场的需求,以及缓慢的增长在工业市场。”

对于第四季度,德州仪器预测净收入为每股59分到67分之间,收入在$3.36十亿到$3.64十亿美元。 分析员一直预期每股63分和收入$3.51十亿美元。

德州仪器股票下跌32分,或者百分比1.1,之后的交易到$28.66美元,在业绩结果公布之后。 在例会中,股票闭市时上升32分,或者百分比1.1,到$28.98美元。

德州仪器在衰退期间继续一次购物狂欢,抢购芯片从制造商处已经很困难了。在本季度第一个在中国的工厂营业,购买的另一家在日本。

在分析员的电话会议上,财务总监凯文马驰说公司现在有它相信的足够的能力迎接下一波的需求,但是可能会购买更多的工厂,如果发现他们是最低价,像最近的。

通常,德州仪器畅销的模拟芯片,这适用于电话和其它电子设备调整功率,转变声音成为电脉冲。 从这部分的收入比一年前上升了百分之35到$1.581十亿美元。嵌入式处理器的销售,用于通信网络,汽车电子设备和许多其它应用领域,上升百分之47到$579百万美元。

德州仪器逐渐减少在曾经重要的生意—为手机制造“基带”芯片,它是处理与信号塔的通信。 其无线生意现在着重于芯片处理像全球定位系统导航,无线上网技术连接和运行程序。 生意预计百分之11的收入增加,到$767百万。


 
TI 3Q earnings up 60 pct, sees slowdown in 4Q

NEW YORK (AP) -- Chip-maker Texas Instruments Inc. said Monday that third-quarter income soared 60 percent as it continued to satisfy pent-up demand after the recession, but the company expects things to cool down for the rest of the year, as consumer demand is tepid.

The forecast echoes that of other chip-makers including Intel Corp., which are also expecting sales to moderate in the fourth quarter.

TI, whose chips go into everything from cell phones to cars, said it earned $859 million, or 71 cents per share, in the July to September period. That topped the average forecast of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters by 2 cents.

In the same period last year, the Dallas-based company earned $538 million, or 42 cents per share.

Revenue rose 30 percent to $3.74 billion, beating the analyst forecast of $3.69 billion. A year ago, revenue was $2.88 billion.

"Demand from industrial markets was especially strong, while consumer demand cooled, impacting markets such as computing and televisions," said TI CEO Rich Templeton.

TI chips regulate and convert electric power in TVs and PCs and handle other tasks such as communication with hard drives.

Fourth quarter revenue already tends to be lower because manufacturers have already stocked up parts for the holiday season. Templeton also expects weakness this quarter because of "continued soft demand in computing and consumer markets, and slowing growth in the industrial market."

For the fourth quarter, TI forecast net income of 59 cents to 67 cents per share, and revenue of $3.36 billion to $3.64 billion. Analysts had been expecting 63 cents per share in earnings and $3.51 billion in revenue.

TI shares were down 32 cents, or 1.1 percent, to $28.66 in extended trading, after the release of the results. In the regular session, shares closed up 32 cents, or 1.1 percent, at $28.98.

TI went on a shopping spree during the recession, snapping up chip factories from manufacturers that had fallen on hard times. It opened its first factory in China during the quarter, and bought another one in Japan.

On a conference call with analysts, CFO Kevin March said the company now has enough capacity for what it believes will be the next wave of demand, but it might buy more plants if it finds them at rock-bottom prices, like it has recently.

As usual, TI's best sellers were analog chips, which are used in phones and other electronics to regulate power and convert sound into electric pulses. Revenue from that division was up 35 percent from a year ago to $1.581 billion. Sales of embedded processors, used in communications networks, car electronics and many other applications, grew 47 percent to $579 million. TI is winding down what was once an important business of making "baseband" chips for cell phones, which handle communications with cell towers. Its wireless business now focuses on chips that handle functions like GPS navigation, Wi-Fi connections and running programs. That business saw an 11 percent revenue increase, to $767 million.

 


 

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