All public company awards are determined by GSA using public financial data; therefore, nomination forms are unnecessary.
Most Respected Public Semiconductor Company Awards
The industry’s Most Respected Public Semiconductor Company Awards are designed to identify the public companies garnering the most respect from the industry in terms of its products, vision and future opportunities. GSA reviews the criteria below for all publicly traded semiconductor companies for two 12-month periods using preceding quarters Q3, Q4, Q1, and Q2. All companies that meet these criteria are segmented into four separate revenue groups and each GSA member company votes for a single winner of the Most Respected Public Semiconductor Company for each group.
- All publicly traded semiconductor companies
- Company must report $100M or more in total Revenue for each of the two 12-month periods
- Stock price must be greater than $1 USD on JUN 30 for each of the two 12-month periods (applies to U.S.-listed companies only)
- Company must have a Market Capitalization of $250M or more on JUN 30 for each of the two 12-month periods
- YoY company revenue growth must be greater than YoY industry revenue growth for the last two 12-month periods
Most Respected Public Semiconductor Company Revenue Groups:
- Achieving >$5 Billion in Annual Sales
- Achieving $1 Billion to $5 Billion in Annual Sales
- Achieving $500 Million to $1 Billion in Annual Sales
- Achieving $100 Million to $500 Million in Annual Sales