All Entries in the Category : End Markets

Dell aims to ship 30 million notebooks in 2015

Based on requests for quotation (RFQ) received by Taiwan-based notebook ODMs, Dell aims to ramp up its notebook shipments by 40% to almost 30 million units in 2015, bringing it closer to Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard (HP), which are estimated to ship 32-35 million units, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.

: Computer, Data

Taiwan: 1.1 million LCD TVs to be sold in 2014

An estimated 1.1 million LCD TVs will be sold in the Taiwan market in 2014, approximately unchanged on year, according to Chimei Nexgen Mediatech, which runs the Chimei brand.

: Consumer, Data

Component makers suffer weak sales as smartphone specifications turn to entry-level

With competition in the smartphone market growing fiercer, vendors have turned to entry-level components for their new devices, causing their suppliers to face declining performance, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.

: Telecom

Cray branches out to commercial buyers for its supercomputers

A $174 million contract from the National Nuclear Security Administration, a $54 million sale in South Korea and a deal to provide the first supercomputer in India — all in the past two months.

: Computer

GE Healthcare idles for another quarter

Industry giant GE posts another lackluster quarter for its healthcare business with flat sales and profits for Q2 and low expectations for the rest of the year.

: Medical

Northrop Grumman Dayton office wins $10M Air Force order

Northrop Grumman Corp.’s local office has landed $10 million in work for the National Air and Space Intelligence Center.

: Mil/Aero

Electrolux posts loss but NA unit has record results

Swedish appliance manufacturer Electrolux AB posted a loss for the second quarter, though its North American major-appliance operation based in Charlotte had record earnings before interest and taxes.

: Consumer, Industrial