安森美CEO: 应对汽车驾驶自动化、工厂自动化等现世大趋势 |安森美公布2022年第1季度业绩
【第一对焦：安森美】汽车驾驶自动化、工业自动化等自动化科技：安森美总裁兼首席执行官(CEO) Hassane El-Khoury说：“我们的重点战略为 onsemi 的利润率和增长带来了持续的成果，汽车和工业终端市场现在占我们收入的 65%。我们的第1季度业绩创历史新高，收入同比增长 31%，毛利率增长 1,420 个基点至破纪录的 49.4%，突显了我们持续脱胎换骨的业务实力和产品价值。凭借高度差异化的智能电源和智能感知产品组合、长期供应协议带来的强大能见度，以及应对汽车功能电子化、先进驾驶辅助系统(ADAS)、能源基础设施和工厂自动化等现世大趋势，我们在保持我们的发展势头上处于有利地位。”
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安森美总裁兼首席执行官(CEO) Hassane El-Khoury说：“我们的重点战略为 onsemi 的利润率和增长带来了持续的成果，汽车和工业终端市场现在占我们收入的 65%。我们的第1季度业绩创历史新高，收入同比增长 31%，毛利率增长 1,420 个基点至破纪录的 49.4%，突显了我们持续脱胎换骨的业务实力和产品价值。凭借高度差异化的智能电源和智能感知产品组合、长期供应协议带来的强大能见度，以及应对汽车功能电子化、先进驾驶辅助系统(ADAS)、能源基础设施和工厂自动化等现世大趋势，我们在保持我们的发展势头上处于有利地位。”
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