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STMicroelectronics
Company logotype
Type Public : New-York: NYSE: STM, Paris Euronext: STM, and Milan (Borsa Italiana)
Founded 1957 (as SGS), 1987 as SGS-Thomson
Location Amsterdam, Netherlands
Key people Carlo Bozotti, Président and CEO since 2005
Alain Dutheil, COO since 2005
Pasquale Pistorio, CEO between 1987 and 2005
Industry Semiconductors
Products Integrated circuits for specific applications, Memories (flash, eeprom), Microcontrollers, smartcards, analog circuits power ICs , etc.
Revenue In 2005 : $8.87 billion USD net earnings = $266 million
Employees ~50 000 (2005)
Website www.st.com

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History

The ST group was formed in June 1987 from the merger of two semiconductor companies: the Italian company SGS Microelettronica (Società Generale Semiconduttori) and the French company Thomson Semiconducteurs, the semiconductor arm of the French company, Thomson. In May 1998, the company changed its name from SGS-THOMSON to STMicroelectronics following the withdrawal of Thomson SA. 1987 (MCMLXXXVII) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This article concerns the media and entertainment company. ... 1998 (MCMXCVIII) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar, and was designated the International Year of the Ocean. ...


Looking back farther:

  • The Italian company SGS was initially named SGS-ATES (Aquila Tubi E Semiconduttori) and resulted from the merger in 1972 of the company ATES (Aziende Tecnica ed Elettronica del Sud), initially founded in 1963 and the company SGS (Società Generale Semiconduttori), founded in 1957 by Adriano Olivetti.
  • The French company Thomson Semiconducteurs was created in 1982 with the merger of :

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Share-holders and revenues

After the merger of SGS and Thomson Semiconducteurs, the balance was maintained between French and Italian shareholders. 8 December 1994, the company completed its initial public offering. Since then, shares have been traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: STM) and on Euronext, Paris (Euronext: STM). Since June 1998, ST has also been listed in Milan on Borsa Italiana. New York Stock Exchange (June 2003) The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) , also nicknamed the Big Board, is the largest stock exchange in the world in dollar volume and second largest by number of companies listed. ... Euronext N.V. is a pan-European stock exchange with subsidiaries in Belgium, France, Netherlands, Portugal and the United Kingdom. ... Milan (Italian: Milano; Milanese: Milán) is the main city of northern Italy, and is located in the plains of Lombardy, the most populated and developed region in Italy. ... The Borsa Italiana S.p. ...


In 2005, the balance of the shares is held by STMicroelectronics Holding II B.V. Of the shareholders:

  • 72.4% are public.
  • 27.6% are split 50/50 between Italian shareholders (40/60 between the Italian company Finmeccanica and the Cassa Depositi e Prestiti) and French shareholders (the French company Areva).

Corporate Headquarters, as well as the headquarters for Europe and for Emerging Markets, are in Geneva. The company’s U.S. Headquarters are in Carrollton, Texas; headquarters for Asia/Pacific are based in Singapore and Japanese operations are headquartered in Tokyo. Finally, the recently-established “Greater China” region that includes Hong-Kong, China and Taiwan is headquartered in Shanghai. Finmeccanica is Italys second largest industrial group. ... A screencapture of Arevas cel-shaded animation television advertisement AREVA (Euronext: CEI) is a France-based multinational industrial conglomerate that deals in energy, especially in nuclear power. ... Europe is conventionally considered one of the seven continents of Earth which, in this case, is more a cultural and political distinction than a physiographic one, leading to various perspectives about Europes borders. ... Geneva (pronunciation //; French: Genève //, German: //, Italian: Ginevra) is the second most populous city in Switzerland, situated where Lake Geneva (French Lac Léman) flows into the Rhône River. ... Carrollton is the name of some places in the United States of America: Carrollton, Alabama Carrollton, Georgia Carrollton, Kentucky Carrollton, Louisiana (now part of New Orleans, Louisiana) Carrollton, Mississippi Carrollton, New York Carrollton, Ohio Carrollton, Texas Carrollton, Virginia Carrollton, Missouri There was also a place named Carrollton, Maryland (from which... Tokyo ) , literally eastern capital, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and includes the highly urbanized central area formerly known as the city of Tokyo which is the heart of the Greater Tokyo Area. ... Motto: none Anthem: March of the Volunteers 1 Capital none2 Most populated district Sha Tin District Official language(s) Chinese 3 and English Government Chief Executive Special Administrative Region Donald Tsang Establishment  - occupied by the UK  - as a crown colony of the UK  - as an SAR of the PR China... Situated on the banks of the Yangtze River Delta in Eastern China, Shanghai (Chinese: 上海; pinyin: ; Shanghainese: ) is Chinas largest city by population. ...

Net revenues by year (sources : ST financial reports from www.st.com)
Year Net revenues (Millions $) Net incomes or loss (Millions $)
2005 $8 876 + $266
2004 $8 756 + $601
2003 $7 234 + $253
2002 $6 270 + $429
2001 $6 356 + $257
2000 $7 813 + $1 452
1999 $5 056 + $547
1998 $4 247 + $411
1997 $4 019 + $406
1996 $4 122 + $625
1995 $3 554 + $526
1994 $2 645 + $362
1993 $2 037 + $160
1992 $1 568 + $3
1991 $1 374 - $102

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Competitors

When created in 1987, SGS-Thomson pointed at the 14th position of the TOP 20 semiconductors suppliers ranking with around $850 Millions USD. In 2005, 'ST's position was number five , behind Intel, Samsung, Texas Instruments and Toshiba, but ahead of Infineon,Renesas, NEC, Philips, and Freescale. ST is also the first European semiconductors supplier, just ahead of Infineon and far ahead of Philips.
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Product portfolio

The company holds a large portfolio. ST is leader in many markets including :

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Since the beginning, ST took the decision to stay out of the markets for DRAM and microprocessors for PC. A brief exception occurred with the small and limited attempt in 1994 to introduce compatible Intel x486 microprocessors in partnership with the American company Cyrix and the 1995 production of the Cyrix M1 microprocessor, a competitor to the Intel Pentium family. Dram can mean several things: For the imperial unit of volume see dram (unit), commonly used to describe a measure of Scotch whisky For the imperial unit of weight or mass see avoirdupois and apothecaries system (of mass) For the Armenian monetary unit see dram (currency) DRAM is a type... Microprocessors, including an Intel 80486DX2 and an Intel 80386. ... A stylised illustration of a modern personal computer. ... Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC, SEHK: 4335), founded in 1968 as Integrated Electronics Corporation, is a U.S.-based multinational corporation that is best known for designing and manufacturing microprocessors and specialized integrated circuits. ... For the processor, see Intel 80486. ... Microprocessors, including an Intel 80486DX2 and an Intel 80386. ... Cyrix corporate logo Cyrix was a CPU manufacturer that began in 1988 as a specialist supplier of high-performance math co-processors for 286 and 386 systems. ... Cyrix corporate logo Cyrix was a CPU manufacturer that began in 1988 as a specialist supplier of high-performance math co-processors for 286 and 386 systems. ... M1 can mean the following: M1 Garand, a US battle rifle circa WWII. M1 Carbine, a US carbine circa WWII. M1 Abrams, a US Main Battle Tank. ... Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC, SEHK: 4335), founded in 1968 as Integrated Electronics Corporation, is a U.S.-based multinational corporation that is best known for designing and manufacturing microprocessors and specialized integrated circuits. ... Pentium logo, with MMX enhancement The Pentium is a fifth-generation x86 architecture microprocessor by Intel. ...


The company totals around 1500 customers. The most important are :

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Company organization

The company is based on four top organizations :

  • The Product Groups
  • The Sales, divided in five regions ((Europa, USA, Asia/Pacific, Japan, China and Emerging Markets). The group totals 78 sales offices in 36 countries.
  • The manufacturing facilities which group the wafer fabs (where chips are manufactured) and the assembly and test facilities (where chips are assembled in plastic or ceramic packages).
  • The corporate R&D group.

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Products Groups and R&D

There are four Product Groups, each groups is composed of several divisions. Each division manages itself the design, industrialization, manufacturing (using the ST manufacturing machine) and marketing for its product portfolio. They are helped by the corporate R&Da nd the local sales offices.

  • HPC : Home Personal Communication : All consumer, multimedia & wireless/wireline divisions.
  • MPG : Memory Product Group : All stand-alone memories : eeprom, Flash memories (nand & nor), serial flash memories and also smartcards.
  • APG : Automotive Product Group : All chips related to Automotive business (car body , power train, safety, etc.
  • MPA : Micro, Power & Analog Group : All analog & power circuits plus the microcontrollers.

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The group totals 16 advanced research and development units, 39 design and application centers.


Major Sites

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External links

  • Corporate website


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