30 Total Quotes

George Scalise Quotes

The financial turbulence of Asia and other market changes have crimped the expected expansion of global chip markets in early 1998,
George Scalise
#Asia

The outlook for the semiconductor industry remains robust.
George Scalise
#Industry

The worldwide market for semiconductors in 2001 is expected to decline 31 percent due to excessive inventories and price pressure on a wide range of products, ... However, recent data indicates inventory is now largely in balance and prices are rebounding in some product categories.
George Scalise
#Decline

As far as the biggest surprise goes, it would have to be that the increase in energy costs did not impact demand at all, ... When we put our forecast together a year ago. we were quite conservative and expected demand to be flat.
George Scalise
#Energy

While information technology products will continue to be the largest market sectors for semiconductors, consumer products will be the major growth-drivers in the years ahead,
George Scalise
#Information

China has enacted a number of laws to protect intellectual property, including a law to protect semiconductor layout designs. Enforcement of IP protection laws has been widely recognized as falling short of what is needed to deter violations. In some cases, penalties for violation of IP rights are so light that they are considered to be a routine cost of doing business.
George Scalise
#Law

There has been stronger-than-expected demand for our products across the board. There is far better inventory management, better capital investment management,
George Scalise
#Management

Continued steady growth across the industry is exhibited in May chip sales and, as announced in our forecast last month, we expect the industry to close the second quarter with growth of 4.7 percent.
George Scalise
#Growth

We expect the modest growth we are experiencing in the first half of the year to continue throughout the remainder of 2002.
George Scalise
#Growth

Our forecast released in November calls fourth-quarter sales to be 4.7 percent higher than the third quarter, and with two months of data now in, we are on target to meet that projection.
George Scalise
#Sales

The sales increase was dominated by a record 82.4 percent sales rise in the DRAM market, with essentially flat sales in other product areas as forecasted,
George Scalise
#Sales

As expected, the semiconductor industry should close out 2002 with modest but sustained overall growth,
George Scalise
#Growth

The October sales are another indication that the industry is on track to achieve our forecast of 4.7 percent growth in the fourth quarter.
George Scalise
#Sales

For the first time since the September quarter of 2000, Asia Pacific sales had a modest increase on a sequential basis reflecting improved supply-demand balance in the PC market,
George Scalise
#Sales

We expect to see the industry record slow growth for the first quarter of 2002, with sales rising to double-digit growth in the second half of the year.
George Scalise
#Growth

Semiconductor sales would be even stronger if not for the continuing depression in DRAM [chip] prices and the economic uncertainties in several Asian markets.
George Scalise
#Depression

While there are lingering concerns about the effects of high energy prices and the impact of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in the US, end markets for semiconductors continue to be very strong.
George Scalise
#Energy

Strong competition contributed to declining prices for semiconductors, which resulted in nominal growth on higher unit sales in July,
George Scalise
#Competition

The biggest surprise is that the increase in energy cost didn't impact us at all.
George Scalise
#Energy

Although business investment has yet to pick up, consumer confidence and inventory replenishing continue to rise, driving the early stages of the overall recovery,
George Scalise
#Business

Although business investment has yet to pick up, consumer confidence and inventory replenishing continue to rise, driving the early stages of the overall recovery.
George Scalise
#Business

Semiconductor sales in April are continuing the steady growth exhibited in the first quarter of this year, another sign that the industry is rebounding from 2001,
George Scalise
#Growth

The tragic events of September 11 may slightly dampen sales for the month of September due to short-term logistical issues; however, we are still confident that we will see sequential quarterly growth commencing in the December quarter,
George Scalise
#Events

The industry is currently experiencing lower sales due to an inventory overhang and deceleration in the end-equipment markets, ... Current forecasts suggest the inventory adjustment will be completed by the end of the third quarter, and end-market product demand will improve later in the year.
George Scalise
#Sales

The oversupply of some semiconductor products, such as memory chips, has depressed sales revenue, ... However, we are still optimistic about the industry's position, because the demand for newer and more powerful chips continues to increase.
George Scalise
#Memory

The information we have now says that the major foundries out there are ramping back up again and they had no damage to their facility or their equipment,
George Scalise
#Information

A number of growth trends in the Asia Pacific market are positive due to continued outsourcing to contract manufacturers located in the region,
George Scalise
#Growth

A number of growth trends in the Asia Pacific market are positive due to continued outsourcing to contract manufacturers located in the region.
George Scalise
#Growth

The industry is currently experiencing lower sales due to an inventory overhang and deceleration in the end-equipment markets. Current forecasts suggest the inventory adjustment will be completed by the end of the third quarter, and end-market product demand will improve later in the year.
George Scalise
#Sales

The tragic events of September 11 may slightly dampen sales for the month of September due to short-term logistical issues; however, we are still confident that we will see sequential quarterly growth commencing in the December quarter.
George Scalise
#Events