Apple maintained its No. 1 spot in the tech rankings for the seventh consecutive year in part thanks to record sales of $378.7 billion, up nearly 29% from a year earlier.
Recently, Apple has given the title “Company World’s Most Valuable” fell into the hands of oil company Aramco Aramco. Due to soaring oil prices, Saudi Aramco, considered the world’s largest oil producer, is valued at $2.42 trillion based on the company’s share price. Apple was valued at $2.37 trillion at the close of official trading on May 11.
Disruptions in the supply chain have severely affected South Korean technology company Samsung Electronics, causing the company to slide three places in the global rankings, becoming the fourth largest technology company in the world, down from second place last year.
In the context of the complicated development of the COVID-19 epidemic and a shortage of semiconductor supplies, Samsung lost its position as the world’s top smartphone seller for the first time last year, giving way to Apple.
Alphabet claims to be in second place with record revenue of $257.5 billion due to soaring demand for Google’s digital ads. Meanwhile, Microsoft comes in at No. 3 on the list of the world’s top technology companies in 2022 as its cloud software continues to grow in revenue.
Microsoft ranks 3rd in the list of top technology companies in the world in 2022.
Internet giant Tencent enters the top 5 with the highest position ever. As the only Chinese company among the world’s 20 largest tech companies, Tencent’s revenue jumped 24% to $86.9 billion.
Meta Platforms, the first year after rebranding from Facebook, is the 6th largest technology company in the world while chipmaker Intel is in 7th place. The world’s largest technology company belongs to Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturing company TSMC, Cisco and IBM, respectively.
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