Taiwan Semiconductor was established in 1979 and remains under the direction of its founder and CEO, Arthur Wang. The company has grown from its beginnings as a local manufacturer, to a global enterprise with 2,000 employees, and achieving 2013 revenue of US $170 million. Taiwan Semiconductor is publicly traded on the Stock Exchange Corporation of Taiwan.
Recognized for more than 35 years for its core competence in discrete Power Rectifiers, Taiwan Semiconductor has expanded its product portfolio to include Analog ICs, Power Transistors, and MOSFETs, and now provides a complete solution from one source. Taiwan Semiconductor’s production facilities in China and Taiwan are fully compliant to current automotive and environmental standards such as TS16949, ISO9001, and ISO14001. Thirteen worldwide sales offices are located to conveniently serve customers throughout Asia, Europe, and America.
Taiwan Semiconductor products are used in a vast array of applications in the electronics industry, including automotive, computer, consumer, industrial, telecom, and photovoltaic. Through strategic expansion of innovative manufacturing capabilities, and its focus on pioneering efficient semiconductor solutions, Taiwan Semiconductor is committed to being the right choice for a successful and lasting business relationship.
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