Foxconn’s Q2 revenue surges 20% thanks to AI

  • Foxconn announced a 19.1% year-on-year revenue surge for the second quarter, driven by strong demand for AI servers.
  • This growth underscores the increasing significance of AI-related technology in the tech industry, impacting major clients and attracting investor interest.

Foxconn’s impressive revenue surge in Q2 indicates where the tech world is headed. As AI weaves deeper into the fabric of our daily lives, it is an unstoppable force in reshaping the market. It is valuable for investors and industries to keep an eye on the latest trends, ensuring their sustainable and prosperous development.
–Ashley Wang, BTW reporter

What happened

Taiwan’s Foxconn, the world’s largest contract electronics maker, and Apple‘s primary iPhone assembler, announced its second-quarter revenue on Friday with a surge of 19.1% year-on-year, marking a record high for the period. Driven by strong demand for AI servers, the revenue is beyond expectations, and the growth is set to continue for the upcoming quarter.

The third quarter usually marks the beginning of the peak season for Taiwan’s tech companies’ race. Foxconn is gearing up to major vendors like Apple for the year-end holiday period. Additionally, the company is benefiting from the high demand for AI servers, with major customers including Nvidia. The company expects revenue growth both year-on-year and compared to the previous quarter, although it does not provide numerical forecasts.

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Why it’s important

Foxconn’s impressive revenue growth underscores the escalating demand for AI-related technology, positioning the company as a crucial player in the tech supply chain. As the AI market expands, companies like Foxconn are seeing substantial benefits, which is reflected in their financial performance. This trend is significant for investors and market analysts, as it highlights the shifting dynamics in the tech industry, where AI applications are becoming increasingly central. Furthermore, Foxconn’s performance can impact its major clients like Apple, and influence their supply chains and product availability.

Foxconn’s shares have surged 105% this year, outpacing the broader Taiwan market’s 31% increase. The company’s positive revenue outlook and strong market performance are likely to continue attracting investor interest. Foxconn will publicise its second-quarter earnings on August 14, which will provide further insights into its financial health and strategic direction for investment.


Ashley Wang

Ashley Wang is an intern reporter at Blue Tech Wave specialising in artificial intelligence. She graduated from Zhejiang Gongshang University. Send tips to

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