UMC Reports Second Quarter 2015 Results

Capacity[4]for Foundry Segment

Wafer shipments increased 3.7% quarterly to 1,536K in 2Q15. Quarterly capacity grew to 1,659K, resulting in an overall utilization rate of 94% for the quarter.

Capacity[4] for Foundry Segment

Overall capacity in the second quarter was 1,659K 8-inch equivalent wafers. Deployment of 28nm capacity at Fab12A increased quarterly capacity from 183K in 1Q15 to 198K in 2Q15. Capacity expansion for 40nm at Fab12i continued, bringing the quarterly capacity from 139K in 1Q15 to 144K in 2Q15. Projected capacity during the third quarter will grow by 1.6% to 1,685K 8-inch equivalent wafers due to ongoing 28nm capacity deployment at Fab12A and continuous 8" expansion at Fab8N.

Annual Capacity in

thousands of wafers


Quarterly Capacity in

thousands of wafers

FAB

Geometry
(um)

2014

2013

2012

2011


FAB

3Q15E

2Q15

1Q15

4Q14

Fab6A

6"

3.5 - 0.45

448

448

481

538


WTK*

99

113

-

-

Fab8A

8"

0.5 - 0.25

813

813

815

813


Fab6A

-

-

111

113

Fab8C

8"

0.35 - 0.11

347

347

360

359


Fab8A

204

204

201

204

Fab8D

8"

0.13 - 0.09

358

382

371

364


Fab8C

87

87

86

87

Fab8E

8"

0.5 - 0.18

418

418

449

469


Fab8D

86

86

84

86

Fab8F

8"

0.18 - 0.11

388

388

389

388


Fab8E

105

105

103

105

Fab8S

8"

0.18 - 0.11

335

335

348

307


Fab8F

98

98

96

98

Fab8N

8"

0.5 - 0.13

547

469

-

-


Fab8S

84

84

83

84

Fab12A

12"

0.18 - 0.028

700

651

579

501


Fab8N

178

162

144

140

Fab12i

12"

0.13 - 0.040

573

550

537

530


Fab12A

206

198

183

180

Total (1)  

6,323

6,107

5,514

5,322


Fab12i

144

144

139

135

YoY Growth Rate

4%

11%

4%

11%


Total

1,685

1,659

1,583

1,577


2011~2012 figures account for UMC parent company only.

(1) One 6-inch wafer is converted into 0.5625(6 2 /8 2 ) 8-inch equivalent wafer; one 12-inch wafer is converted into 2.25(12 2 /8 2 ) 8-inch equivalent wafers. Capacity total figures are expressed in 8-inch equivalent wafers.

*UMC sold part of plants and equipment to WTK; WTK figures represent 6-inch CMOS capacity.


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