Few industries were as central to the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact as the semiconductor industry, which was impacted by supply chain disruptions and unexpected demand for computer chips – but perhaps that’s no surprise. After all, semiconductor products have become central to our lives: the chips inside of our phones, computers, smart TVs, cars, and speakers are the brains of our digital life.

Because of their importance, it’s no surprise that the companies that make them – semiconductor companies – have grown to become among the most valuable in the world. Here’s a list of the biggest semiconductor companies by market cap. 

Rank Name Front Score
1 NVIDIA (NVDA) $416.31B 597
2 Broadcom (AVGO) $233.90B 636
3 Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM) $199.76B 592
4 Texas Instruments (TXN) $163.78B 652
5 Qualcomm (QCOM) $141.80B 619
6 Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) $125.17B 575
7 ASML (ASML) $124.75B 575
8 Intel (INTC) $124.10B 581
9 Applied Materials (AMAT) $94.29B 625
10 Analog Devices (ADI) $87.55B 652
Top Computer Hardware Stocks by Market Cap.

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