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Title: Semiconductors


1
Semiconductors
  • Presented by Aman Bansi
  • Mark Thomlinson
  • Barnard Choi

2
Agenda
  • Industry overview
  • Intel
  • AMD
  • Applied Materials

3
A Brief History
  • Pre-1950s - Vacuum tubes
  • 1945 - ENIAC is developed for military
    application in WWII
  • 1947 - Bell Telephone Laboratories develops the
    transistor
  • 1959 - Texas Instruments and Fairchild
    semiconductor separately develop the integrated
    circuit
  • 1965 Moores Law
  • 1968 Intel founded
  • 1970-72 Intel introduces the 4004, and 8008
    processors

4
Terminology
  • Semiconductor
  • -A material with an electrical conductivity
    between that of an insulator and a conductor
  • Behaves as an insulator at very low temperature,
    and conducts electricity at room temperature
  • -Silicon, germanium, and gallium arsenide
  • Integrated Circuit
  • -A thin chip consisting of at least two
    interconnected semiconductor devices

5
Terminology
  • Transistor
  • -Semiconductor device which can be used for
    amplification, switching, voltage stabilization
  • Wafer
  • -A thin (1-3mm) slice of a semiconductor ingot
  • -The surface on which ICs are manufactured

6
Business Models
  • Foundry
  • -Manufacturing
  • -Taiwan Semiconductor
  • Fabless
  • -Development and Marketing
  • -NEC, hundreds of other firms
  • Integrated Device Manufacturer (IDM)
  • -Development, Manufacturing, Marketing
  • -Intel, AMD

7
Moores Law
  • Moores Law states, Number of transistors on
    chip doubles about every two years this has made
    reality by Intel

8
Use of Semiconductors
9
Semiconductor Industry Profile
  • U.S. 2003 Sales 80 Billion
  • Worldwide 2003 Sales 165 Billion
  • of Sales outside U.S.
  • Market 73
  • Capital Equipment10
  • Billion, 14 of sales 14
  • R D Investment14
  • Billion, 17 of sales 17

10
Global Shipments
11
Sales by Region
12
Global Sales
13
Integrated Circuit Production
14
Capacity by Wafer Size
15
Fabrication process
16
Film Desposition
  • Layer of insulating or conducting film is
    deposited or grown on a wafer
  • Four main types of deposition
  • Atomic Layer Desposition (ALD)
  • Chemical Vapour Desposition (CVD)
  • Physical Vapour Desposition (PVD)
  • Electro Chemical Plating (ECP)

17
Photolithography
  • Photolithography
  • Etch
  • Ion Implantation
  • Rapid Thermal Processing

18
Photolithography
  • A layer of light sensitive photo resist is
    applied to the previously deposited layer
  • A mask (pattern) is placed on top of the photo
    resist
  • Ultraviolet light is flashed through the mask,
    dissolving the exposed photo resist

19
Etch
  • Process to selectively remove material from the
    surface of a wafer
  • The original film which was under the photo
    resist is then dissolved by microscopic droplets
    of chemical
  • This process leaves the circuits pattern on the
    wafer

20
Ion Implantation
  • Silicon wafers are bombarded by a beam of ions
    that penetrate (implant) the film surface to a
    desired depth
  • Used during transistor fabrication to change
    electrical properties of a material
  • Important for enabling the fabrication of smaller
    structures with faster transistor performance
  • Systems to perform 45 and 65 nm implantation

21
Rapid Thermal Processing
  • Rapid bursts of intense heat
  • Room temperature to more than 1,000 degrees
    Celsius in seconds
  • Used for modifying the properties of the
    implanted ions

22
Chemical Mechanical Polishing
  • Removes material from a wafer to create a flat
    surface
  • This process allows subsequent photolithography
    patterning steps to occur with greater accuracy
  • Enables film layers to build with minimal height
    variations.

23
Metrology and Wafer Inspection
  • Scanning Electron Microscopes
  • Imaging of critical dimensions
  • Determination of defects source
  • High speed, laser-based technology

24
Regulatory Environment
  • The U.S. government regulates exports and certain
    uses of some types of semiconductors due to their
    potential use in military applications
  • Intellectual property laws mainly in the area of
    patents
  • Environmental management has become an important
    factor in the production and delivery of
    semiconductor components to end users
  • -reduce emission of PFC's

25
Semiconductor Trends
  • Cost-per-function of ICs will drop long after
    Moores Law is obsolete, due to various future
    design and fabrication innovations
  • As Moore's Law assumptions become less valid,
    something will have to change
  • Future area of cost reduction may be
    verification, a major source of bottle neck in IC
    production
  • The methods for achieving higher quality and
    lower costs will change

26
Trends (cont.)
  • Innovative assembly and packaging of
    multiple-chip modules
  • Power-aware design rules
  • Design-for-manufacturing (DFM) improvements
  • Lithography-friendly tools to enable designers to
    analyze the effects of manufacturing variability
  • The integration of physical verification and test
    to enhance debugging and improve yields.
  • A learning curve that will tell us what needs to
    happen beyond just shrinking the design rules

27
Growth segments
  • High growth application areas for automotive
    semiconductors
  • Safety features (airbags, cruise control,
    collision avoidance)
  • Cockpit electronics (phones, entertainment)
  • Consumer Electronics
  • accounts for 50 of the total sales of
    semiconductors
  • digital cameras, camcorders, DVD players and CD
    players
  • Digital televisions and wireless communication
    equipment with wideband data capability

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Presented byAman Bansi
29
Agenda
  • A Brief history
  • Underlying Business
  • Management
  • Fundamentals
  • Financial Analysis
  • Quarterly Update
  • Financial Ratios
  • Value Drivers
  • Fisher
  • Recommendation

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Corporate Mission, Values, Objectives
  • Our Mission
  • -Do a great job for our customers, employees,
    and stockholders by being the preeminent building
    block supplier to the worldwide digital economy
  • Our Values
  • -Customer Results orientation, risk taking,
    great place to work, quality, discipline
  • Our Objectives
  • -Extend silicon leadership and manufacturing
    capability, deliver architectural innovation for
    platforms pursue worldwide opportunities

31
A Brief History
  • Founded in 1968 by Bob Noyce Gordon Moore to
    build semiconductor memory products
  • 1970-1980
  • -Introduction of the first microprocessor and
    initial public offering
  • -Microprocessor 8080 introduced, 10 times faster
    then previous microprocessors used in the first
    personal computers
  • -Intel wins the IBM PC account
  • 1980-1990
  • -Intel 386 processor launched, 275k transistors
  • -Intel enters flash memory business
  • -Reincorporated in Delaware

32
Brief History Continued
  • 1990-2000
  • -Bob Noyce passed away of heart attack
  • -Intel becomes household name logo begins
    appearing on PCs world wide
  • -Becomes largest semiconductor supplier in the
    world
  • -Introduces Pentium processor, 3.1million
    transistors
  • -Intel chips power 85 of all desktops
  • -Intel celeron processor introduced
  • 2000-Present
  • -Pentium 4 processor introduced, 42-mill.
    Transistors
  • -hyper threading technology is introduced
  • -introduced Intel centrino mobile technology

33
Business Segments and Products
  • Intel Architecture Business
  • -Microprocessors
  • -Chipsets
  • -Motherboard Products

34
Business Segments and Products Continued
  • Intel Communications Group
  • -Flash Memory
  • -Application Processors Components for
    Handheld Computing Communication Devices
  • -Wired Wireless Connectivity Products
  • -Networked Storage

35
New Business Segments
  • Mobility Group
  • Digital Enterprise Group
  • Digital Home Group
  • Digital Health Group
  • Channel Platforms Group

36
Customers
  • Original Equipment Manufactures (OEMs) Original
    Design Manufactures (ODMs)
  • PC and Network Communication product users
  • Other Manufacturers

37
Intel Architecture Business Competitors
  • AMD
  • IBM
  • Hewlett-Packard Company
  • Sun Microsystems
  • ATI technologies
  • Silicon Integrated Systems Corporation (SIS)

38
Intel Communications Group Competitors
  • QUALCOMM
  • Samsung Electronics Company LTD
  • Spansion LLC (subsidiary of AMD)
  • Texas Instruments INC
  • Applied Micro Circuits
  • Atheros Communications

39
Future Growth
  • Using Core Strengths for Worldwide Growth
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Architecture Platforms
  • Ecosystem Development
  • -Intel Capital
  • Global Presence
  • Our Brand
  • Corporate Excellence

40
Management
  • Craig Barrett, chairman of the Board since May
    2005
  • -Previously CEO (1998-2005)
  • Paul Otellini, (CEO) since May 2005
  • -Previously served as COO President
    (2002-2005)

41
Management Continued
  • Andy D. Bryant, Chief Financial Enterprise
    Services Officer
  • -Previously CFO (1994-1999)
  • Sean Maloney, Executive VP General manager,
    Mobility Group
  • -Previously senior vice president (1999-2001)

42
Executive Compensation
43
Executive Options
44
Fundamental
  • Trade Date 10-18-05
  • TICKER INTC
  • Recent Price 25.30
  • EPS 1.33
  • P-E Ratio 18
  • Dividend Yield 1.59
  • Annual Dividend .40
  • Beta (5-Year) 2.08
  • Share Related
  • Market Cap (millions) 151509
  • Shares Outstanding (millions) 6029

45
One Year Stock Performance
46
Five Year Stock Performance
47
20 Year Stock Performance
48
INTC vs. SOX
49
Financial Analysis
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Where the Revenue Comes From
63
Selected Financial Data
64
Revenue and Gross Margin
65
Geographic Breakdown
66
Revenue Composition
67
Research and Development
68
Dividend Summary
69
Stock buybacks 2005
Quarter Shares Purchase (mil) Cum. Shares Purchase (mil) Millions Cumulative millions
Q3 93.6 2486.9 2500 49285.7
Q2 98.9 2393.3 2500 46785.7
Q1 107.9 2294.40 2500 44285.7
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Stock Buybacks 2004
Quarter Shares Purchase (mil) Cum. Shares Purchase (mil) Millions Cumulative millions
Q4 89 2186.50 2000 41785.70
Q3 106.3 2097.50 2500 39785.70
Q2 56 1991.20 1511 37285.7
Q1 49.2 1935.20 1505 35774.70
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Stock Buyback Announcement 2005
  • 25 increase in quarterly dividend payout
    starting in first quarter of 2006
  • Board authorized up to 25 billion in shares of
    common stock repurchase

72
Quarterly Update
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Revenue Composition up to Q3 2005
78
Financial Ratios
79
Ratios
  • Price to Earnings 18
  • Return on Equity 19
  • Gross Profit margin 57
  • Net Profit Margin 21

80
Value Drivers
  • Leader world wide in Research and Development
  • Cost effective in developing its products
  • 18 years of profitability
  • Global brand strength
  • Unparalleled Industry Commitment

81
Fishers Four Dimensions Analysis
  • Superiority in production,marketing, research
    financial skills
  • -Intel is a low cost producer making them have
    competitive advantage in the market
  • - very good cash position
  • -Successful R D in place around the world
  • The People Factor
  • -Intel has strong people that have been with the
    company for a long time
  • -Executive team is not looking to be a leader
    today but for decades to come
  • -training programs to help employees develop

82
Fishers Four Dimensions Analysis Contd
  • Investment Characteristics of businesses
  • -Intel operates quite efficiently that it
    creates barriers to entry
  • -fragmented competition
  • the price of the investment
  • -P/E low
  • -seems like there is room to grow in the
    industry

83
Recommendation
  • Company proven in the market to be a leader
  • Good financial results
  • Strong management
  • Future growth promising worldwide
  • BUY and HOLD

84
AMD
  • Advanced Micro Devices
  • By Barnard Ki Seong Choi

85
History
  • Founded in 1969 by Jerry Sanders with 100,000
    capital
  • Engineer and former worldwide marketing director
    at Fairchild Semiconductor
  • Goes public in September 1972

86
Executives
  • Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D.Chairman of the Board,
    President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Dr. Bertrand CambouExecutive Vice President and
    President and CEO, Spansion
  • Dirk Meyer President COO, Microprocessor
    Solutions Sector
  • Iain MorrisSenior Vice President, Personal
    Connectivity Solutions Group
  • Bob RivetExecutive Vice President and Chief
    Financial Officer
  • The president, top executives in charge of AMDs
    product lines, and the CFO are all outsiders (a
    negative sign according to Fishers people
    factors).

87
Products
  • Three product/service categories
  • Processors
  • Control and computing tasks
  • Flash Memory
  • Store data and programming instructions
  • Connectivity Solutions
  • Embedded microprocessors for personal
    connectivity devices and specific consumer markets

88
AMD Market Share
89
AMD Market Share (cont.)
  • Dell is now offering 6 Athlon 64 chips on its
    website
  • Dell is the last PC maker in the US to
    exclusively use Intel processors
  • October, AMD surpasses Intel in U.S. retail
    stores (excludes sales made by direct sellers)
  • 49.8 percent of PCs sold in domestic (US) stores
    for the month, compared with Intel's 48.5 percent
    of the market

90
Firm Strategy
  • Leverage the strength of AMD64 technology-based
    processors to increase its share of the market,
    especially in the enterprise segment
  • Provide customer-driven solutions to high growth
    markets through strategic partnerships and the
    50x15 Initiative (Goal to deliver Internet
    connectivity to 50 of the worlds population by
    2015).
  • PIC (Personal Internet Communicator)

91
Regulatory Environment
  • Intellectual Property and Licensing
  • As of December 26, 2004, more than 6,500 U.S.
    patents and over 2,000 patent applications
    pending in the U.S.
  • Patent cross-license agreement with Intel , under
    which AMD pays Intel a royalty for certain
    licensed microprocessor products sold by AMD and
    its affiliates (ends in 2010)
  • Environmental Regulation

92
Stock Chart
93
Stock Chart (cont.)
94
Most Recent Information (As of Friday, November
18, 2005)
Last Trade 26.74 Day's Range 26.25 - 26.95
Trade Time Nov-18 52wk Range 14.08 - 26.53
Prev Close 25.89 Volume 16,000,100
Open 26.25 Avg Vol (3m) 10,220,400
1y Target Est 24.39 Market Cap 10.80B
P/E (ttm) 393.24
EPS (ttm) 0.07
Div Yield N/A (N/A)
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Sales Segmentation
96
Sales Segmentation (cont.)
Product Lines Sales Operating Income
Processors 2527.7 303
Memory 2342.5 35
Connectivity 131.22 -72
Other 0 -44

(millions of dollars)
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Balance Sheet
  • Price/Book (mrq)3.35
  • Total Cash (mrq)1.34B
  • Total Cash Per Share (mrq)3.322
  • Total Debt (mrq)2.01B
  • Total Debt/Equity (mrq)0.676
  • Current Ratio (mrq)1.565

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Income Statement
99
Cash Flow Statement
  • PERIOD ENDING 26-Dec-04
    28-Dec-03 29-Dec-02
  • Operating cash flow
    1,086,521   295,586   (88,910)
  • Financing cash flow
    _ (74,447)    75,727
  • Investing cash flow
    (1,555,784) 83,183   (854,389)

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Executive Options Outstanding (End of 2004)
Exercise price of shares (000s) Weighted Average Years Remaining
0.01 9.56 14609 5.41
9.57 14.64 15842 7.21
14.65 15.5 14653 6.5
15.55 45.5 8580 6.03
0.01 45.5 53684 6.34
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Value Drivers
  • RD / speed of innovation
  • The ability to adjust to post-Moores Law era and
    to continue the innovation process will be key
    to determining company value

102
Valuation
  • AMD has negative FCFE
  • No dividend payout
  • P/E ratio 393 (current)
  • Share price has increased nearly nine times since
    its low in late 2002

103
Recommendation
  • SELL
  • Stock chart shows that the stock is at a 4 year
    high
  • Share price has increased 8 times from its 2002
    lows
  • Uncertainty in the world after Moores Law
  • AMD has very low profitability
  • Intel is a formidable competitor
  • Low industry growth forecast
  • Top Management is mostly composed of outsiders

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APPLIED MATERIALS
  • THINK IT
  • BUILD IT
  • SCALE IT
  • APPLY IT
  • Presented by Marc Tomlinson

105
Current Stock Information
  • Symbol AMAT
  • Exchange NASDAQ
  • 52 Week Range 14.33 18.60
  • Current Price 17.14
  • Shares Outstanding 1.62 B
  • Market Capitalization 27.81B
  • Average Daily Volume 20.8M
  • Dividend Yield .12 (.7)
  • Dividend Date December 8, 2005

106
Profile
  • Largest supplier of machines and services to the
    semiconductor industry
  • Dedicated to innovation to bring manufacturing
    technology to customer who manufacture the
    worlds most advanced chips
  • 13,000 employees in 65 offices throughout the
    world
  • The company that makes the systems that make the
    chips that change the world

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Corporate Mission and Goal
  • Mission Statement
  • To be the leading supplier of semiconductor
    fabrication solutions worldwidethrough
    innovation and enhancement of customer
    productivity with systems and service solutions
  • Goal
  • Our customers' business results come first

108
Key Executives
  • James C. Morgan
  • Chairman
  • Company Service
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors since 1987
  • CEO from 1977 to April 2003.
  • President from 1976 to 1987
  • Michael R. Splinter
  • President, CEO and Director
  • Company Service
  • President and CEO Since April 30, 2003
  • Prior Service
  • 20 years with Intel
  • Executive Vice President and Director of Sales
    and Marketing
  • General Manager of Technology and Manufacturing

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Key Executives
  • Nancy H. Handel
  • Group Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
  • Company Service
  • Joined the company in 1985
  • Group VP and CFO since 2004.
  • Group VP, Deputy CFO and Controller since 2000
  • Franz Janker  
  • Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing
  • Company Service
  • Joined the company in 1982
  • Senior VP of Sales and Marketing since May 2003
  • Senior VP of Global Operations and Corporate
    Marketing in 2002

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A Brief History
  • 1967
  • Applied is founded by Michael McNeilly
  • 1972
  • Initial public offering
  • 1977
  • James Morgan becomes CEO

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A Brief History
  • 1979-1991
  • Expansion throughout Asia
  • 1992
  • Applied becomes the worlds largest equipment
    manufacturer
  • 1997-2004
  • 12 acquisitions solidify position and expand
    product offerings

112
One Year Stock Performance
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AMAT vs. SOX and SP
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Five Year Stock Performance
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AMAT vs. SOX and SP
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20 Year Stock Performance
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AMAT vs. SOX and SP
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Platform Portfolio
  • Endura
  • Centura

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Platform Portfolio
  • Vantage
  • Producer

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Process Portfolio
  • Film desposition
  • Photolithography
  • Photolithography
  • Etching
  • Ion Implantation
  • Rapid Thermal Processing
  • Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP)
  • Metrology and Wafer Inspection
  • Mask Making
  • Flat Panel Displays
  • Factory Software

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Factory Software
  • FAB300
  • MES designed specifically for 300mm wafer
    facilities
  • Provides superior tool automation and
    factory-wide process automation
  • Applied WorkStream
  • Provides real-time information and proven factory
    control

122
Flat Panel Displays
  • Produced by Applieds subsidiary AKT
  • Similar manufacturing process for semiconductors
  • Difference is the size of the display
  • Systems for substrates
  • of up to 2.2 meters

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Key Customers
  • Texas Instruments
  • Intel
  • IBM
  • Motorola (Freescale)
  • AMD
  • Taiwan semiconductor
  • Samsung
  • LG Philips
  • Sharp
  • Toshiba
  • Note No single customer accounts for more
  • than 10 of Applieds revenue

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Major Competitors
  • Largest competitors
  • 44 smaller, niche market firms
  • Market Cap of 3.6M to 1.9B

Company Ticker Mkt Cap Sales GM (M) RD (M) FCF (Est) ROE P/E P / BV
Tokyo Electron 8035JP 9.6 B 5.0 B 1,380 N/A 950 18.6 13.3 3.4
Tencor KLAC 9.8 B 2.1 B 1,220 340 350 14.6 23.5 3.1
LAM LRCX 5.1 B 1.5 B 764 194 366 26.3 20.7 4.5
Novellus NVLS 3.3 B 1.4 B 665 252 -154 6.7 26.4 1.7
Teradyne TER 2.7 B 1.8 B 723 262 -38 -12.0 N/A 2.6
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Tokyo Electron
  • Second largest equipment supplier
  • Mirrors Applieds product line
  • Including flat panel displays
  • Distributes other companys products in Japan
  • Including chips, boards, and software
  • Countries Japan, USA, Korea, Taiwan, UK

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Tencor
  • Product Focus
  • Yield management systems
  • CMP
  • Etch
  • Films
  • Lithography

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LAM Research
  • Product Focus
  • Etch
  • Cleaning systems
  • 72 of sales are from Asia

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Novellus
  • Product Focus
  • Deposition
  • Physical vapor deposition (PVD)
  • Electrochemical deposition (ECD)
  • Interconnect
  • process

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Teradyne
  • Product Focus
  • Automatic test equipment
  • Industries
  • Broadband Internet and VOIP
  • Military and Aerospace
  • Semiconductors
  • Automotive

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Competitor Summary
  • Applied is the dominant, complete process
    supplier
  • Strong competition from niche suppliers
  • Yield management (Tencor)
  • Desposition (Novellus)
  • Etching (LAM)
  • Regional competition in Asia
  • Tokyo Electron, LAM Research
  • Competition from Teradyne in growth segments
  • Automotive, Internet

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Annual Financial Statement Analysis
  • Compensation and Options
  • Income Statement
  • Balance Sheet
  • Cash Flow Statement

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Executive Compensation
  Type of Compensation Type of Compensation Type of Compensation Type of Compensation Type of Compensation Type of Compensation
    Annual   Long Term Long Term Other
  Year Salary Bonus Stock Awards Options  
James C. Morgan 2004 445,000 0 0 0 9,225
    Chairman 2003 684,615 0 0 600,000 9,000
  2002 854,058 0 0 400,000 9,000
Michael R. Splinter 2004 900,000 5,000,000 0 1,100,000 47,846
    President and CEO 2003 443,077 0 4,125,000 1,200,000 2,077
Franz Janker 2004 433,127 1,097,717 0 340,000 9,225
    Executive VP, Sales and Marketing 2003 419,799 50,000 0 295,000 9,000
  2002 332,508 90,000 0 0 9,000
Nancy H. Handel 2004 324,106 596,030 0 210,000 9,225
    Senior VP and CFO 2003 304,161 54,774 0 100,000 9,000
  2002 296,993 0 0 0 8,500
Joseph R. Bronson 2004 550,000 0 0 405,000 9,225
    Former Executive VP and CFO 2003 550,000 0 0 360,000 9,000
  2002 516,347 0 0 240,000 9,000
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Options Exercised and Granted
Name Shares Acquired Realized Value Number of Securities Underlying Unexercised Options Number of Securities Underlying Unexercised Options Value of In-the-Money Options Value of In-the-Money Options
      Exercisable Unexerciseable Exercisable Unexerciseable
James Morgan 960,000 15,870,784 1,920,000 1,400,000 288,000 718,000
Michael Splinter 0 0 300,000 2,000,000 114,000 342,000
Franz Janker 108,000 1,501,319 430,000 775,000 905,218 400,750
Nancy Handel 60,000 763,770 371,000 425,000 581,796 36,050
Joseph Bronson 225,000 1,980,813 1,000,000 0 72,000 0
      Value at Expiration Assuming Annual Rates of Stock Appreciation Value at Expiration Assuming Annual Rates of Stock Appreciation
Employee Number of Options of Total Granted Exercise Price Expiration Date 5 10
James Morgan 0 N/A N/A N/A 0 0
Michael Splinter 1,100,000 2.97 22.45 12/08/2010 10,053,340 23,428,570
Franz Janker 340,000 0.92 23.74 11/17/10 3,285,964 7,657,650
Nancy Handel 210,000 0.57 23.74 11/17/10 2,029,566 4,729,725
Joseph Bronson 405,000 1.09 22.45 12/08/2010 N/A N/A
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Outstanding Options
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Income Statement Highlights
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New Orders, Sales, GP, Net Income
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Regional Sales Growth
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2004 Regional Sales
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RD as a Percent of Sales
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Balance Sheet Highlights
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Cash Flow Statement Highlights
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Key Ratios
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10-Q Analysis
  • Income Statement
  • Balance Sheet
  • Statement of Cash Flows

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Value Drivers
  • High RD investment
  • Derived demand
  • Full systems supplier
  • Economies of scale
  • Geographic reach

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Valuation
  • Inputs
  • K rf BE (rp) 17.8
  • Where
  • rf 4 , BE 2.3 , rp 6
  • g 12
  • FCF 1,465
  • Number of Shares 1.62B
  • P0 (1,465 B)(1 g) / (.178 - .12) / 1.62 B
  • 17.46

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Fishers Opinion
  • Superiority in production, marketing, research,
    and financial skills
  • Strong cash position, low debt
  • Track record of innovation
  • Global sales force
  • The people factor
  • Many veterans, with some new faces

153
Fishers Opinion
  • Investment characteristics
  • Barriers to entry
  • Strong niche competitors
  • Competition is fragmented overall
  • Diversified customer base
  • Price
  • Fairly valued

154
Recommendation
  • Pros
  • Industry leader
  • Solid financial position
  • Innovative
  • In general, long term management
  • Cons
  • Excessive management compensation
  • Applieds size may limit future, abnormal growth
  • Anti trust laws
  • Internal growth
  • Sales driven by highly cyclical demand
  • H O L D
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