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Nichia is Cree's top competitor. Nichia is headquartered in Anan, Tokushima Prefecture, and was founded in 1945. Nichia is in the Electrical Components & Equipment field. Nichia generates 105% the revenue of Cree.
OSRAM is seen as one of Cree's top competitors. OSRAM's headquarters is in Munich, Bavaria, and was founded in 1919. Like Cree, OSRAM also operates in the Computers, Peripherals, Networking and Electronic Equipment field. OSRAM generates 406% of Cree's revenue.
August 5, 2020
August 5, 2020
Cree's revenue is the ranked 4th among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 1.9B. Over the last four quarters, Cree's revenue has decreased by 14.2%. Specifically, in Q1 2020's revenue was $215.5M; in Q4 2019, it was $239.9M; in Q3 2019, it was $242.8M; in Q2 2019, Cree's revenue was $251.3M.
These are all the companies that Cree has acquired. Cree has acquired 2 companies and its latest acquisition was Arkansas Power Electronics International, Inc. in Jul 2015. APEI develops, markets and manufactures high power density and efficiency power electronic products and solutions.
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Cree currently has 314,216 fans on Facebook. As of July 2013 Cree had 1,455 fans. That's a 21495 percent increase in 6 years
Cree currently has 31,341 followers on Twitter. As of July 2013 Cree had 11,657 followers. That's a 168 percent increase in 4 years