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Altera Announces First Quarter Results

SAN JOSE, Calif. $383.8 million $115.8 million $0.35 $146.6 million $0.45 $224.1 million $0.68

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$89.8 million $8.2 million $3.6 billion

$0.08 June 1, 2012 May 10, 2012

John Daane

Several recent accomplishments mark the company’s continuing progress:

  • ® May 2010 April 2011
  • ® ®
  • Altera and TSMC have jointly developed the world’s first heterogeneous 3D IC test vehicle using TSMC’s Chip-on-Wafer-on-Substrate (CoWoS) integration process. Heterogeneous 3D ICs are one of the innovations enabling the industry’s move beyond Moore’s Law by stacking various technologies within a single device, including analog, logic and memory. Altera’s vision for heterogeneous 3D ICs includes developing device derivatives that allow customers to mix and match silicon IP based on their application requirements. Altera will leverage its leadership position in FPGA technology to integrate various technologies with an FPGA, including CPUs, ASICs, ASSPs, memory and optics. CoWoS is an integrated process technology that attaches device silicon chips to a wafer through a chip on wafer (CoW) bonding process. The CoW chip is attached to the substrate to form the final component (CoW-on-Substrate), thereby avoiding manufacturing-induced warping that otherwise would limit the appeal of this new technology.

 

SELECTED FIRST QUARTER REVENUE AND RELATED RESULTS

 

Key New Product Devices

Sequential  Comparisons

Stratix V

(12)%

Stratix IV

(27)%

Arria II

25%

Cyclone IV

(12)%

HardCopy IV

(49)%

 

Vertical Markets

Sequential Comparisons

Comments

Telecom & Wireless

(20)%

Telecom and Wireless down

Industrial Automation,

Military & Automotive

(21)%


Networking, Computer & Storage

(14)%


Other

(2)%

 


Key Ratios & Information      

March 30, 2012

December 31, 2011

Current Ratio

4:1

4:1

Liabilities/Equity

1:2

1:2

Quarterly Operating Cash Flows

$

89,763

 

$

220,363

TTM Return on Equity

23%

28%

Quarterly Depreciation Expense

$

 

7,367

 

$

7,772

Quarterly Capital Expenditures

$

 

23,903

 

$

8,634

(1)

2.9

2.7

(1)

0.7

0.6

Cash Conversion Cycle (Days)

91

90

Turns

46%

42%

Book to Bill

>1.0

<1.0

Note (1): MSOH: Months Supply On Hand

 

 

ALTERA CORPORATION

 

NET SALES SUMMARY

 

(Unaudited)

 

Three Months Ended

Quarterly Growth Rate





Year-

Over-Year

Change

Geography

Americas

18

%

21

%

21

%

(29)

%

(39)

%

Asia Pacific

43

%

40

%

38

%

(10)

 

%

(20)

%

EMEA

23

%

22

%

26

%

(13)

 

%

(36)

%

Japan

16

%

17

%

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