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Lexi Solution Launches New Web Platform

Stockholm, Sweden, 2nd May 2019Lexi has launched a new website with full B2B functionality and all-new content describing the company’s cloud-based and AI-enabled enterprise software and services for data-driven procurement.

As before, www.lexisolution.com also provides a log-in portal for its customers, which include some of the biggest and best-known global corporations with leading electronics products in the Industrial, Medical and Automotive sectors.

The new website offers much more content about Lexi’s software solutions and services for automated cleaning and analysis of complex supply chain data, employing artificial intelligence (AI) technology such as machine learning to automate processes such as BOM scrubbing, component price verification, RFQ management, CSR risk management, and should-cost analysis, i.e., “Predictive COGS” in Lexi terminology.

A new blog area will provide regular updates on Lexi’s services and news, as well as insights on Big Data Analytics for strategic sourcing and data-driven procurement.

“As Lexi approaches its 10th year of business, and with our Lexi Cloud Solution now fully developed and bringing breakthrough impact to our customers, we are excited to launch this major upgrade to our presence on the web and get our success story out there as the company is entering a tremendous growth phase,” said Peter Röing, Founder & CTO.

About Lexi Solution AB

Lexi aspires to change the world through data, making the complex simple!  Founded in Stockholm in 2011, and with a Data Operations Center in Penang, Malaysia, Lexi offers world-class cloud-based software solutions using AI to solve complex problems in the management of supply chains for global electronics companies. 

The Lexi Cloud System – Unlock the Hidden Value in Your Supply Chain Data with AI

For further information, please contact: Peter Röing, tel +46 8 625 11 50

Gartner: worldwide semiconductor revenue grew 12.5% in 2018

Worldwide semiconductor revenue totaled $474.6 billion in 2018, a 12.5 percent increase from 2017, according to final results by Gartner, Inc. 2018 growth was weaker than the previous year (21.9 percent) due to memory growth slowing to 24.9 percent versus 2017 growth of 61.8 percent.“Despite slowing growth, the memory market was still the largest semiconductor market, accounting for 34.3 percent of revenue,” said Andrew Norwood, research vice president at Gartner. “This was driven by increases in average selling prices (ASPs) for DRAM for the majority of 2018. However, ASPs began to decline in the fourth quarter and this will continue through most of 2019 due to oversupply conditions.” Samsung Electronics increased its lead as the No. 1 semiconductor vendor due to the booming DRAM market. Currently, 88 percent of the company’s revenue comes from memory sales. “Samsung’s lead is literally built on sand, in the form of memory silicon, and those shifting sands in 2019 will almost certainly lead to Samsung losing its No. 1 semiconductor crown to Intel in 2019,” said Mr. Norwood.Intel’s semiconductor revenue grew by 12.9 percent compared with 2017, despite delays in the introduction of 10 nm manufacturing process and a constrained low-end CPU supply situation in the second half of 2018. SK hynix experienced the strongest growth among the top 10 worldwide semiconductor vendors with a 37.4 percent increase in 2018.