All Entries in the Category : Computer

All computer types including mainframe, servers, PCs, notebooks, tablets, storage, enterprise systems, and other related end markets.

With worldwide tablet sales down, Bak USA moving forward

Undeterred by recent data that suggests that tablet sales are down from a year ago, Buffalo-based Bak USA LLC is staying the course to achieve its goals of providing high-quality American-made devices.

: Computer

Wistron said to consider moving notebook production out of Kunshan plants

Rumors have spread in the IT market that Wistron is planning to stop its notebook production in Kunshan, China and will move all its production capacity to plants in Chongqing and Chengdu in inland China.

: Computer, EMS, ODM

Dell server shipments, revenues enjoying double-digit growth

Dell’s server shipments and revenues have been growing at a double-digit rate over the past few years, and it now ranks as the second-largest server vendor globally in terms of shipments and revenues, according to Ashley Gorakhpurwalla, vice president and general manager of server solutions unit at Dell.

: Computer

Lexmark reports second quarter results

LEXINGTON, Ky., July 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Lexmark International, Inc. today announced financial results for the second quarter of 2015.

: Computer

Microsoft lost $3.2B this quarter after layoffs and write-down

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s ambitious plan to create a leaner, more-focused company will not happen without some serious short-term financial hardship for the Redmond software giant.

: Computer, Telecom

Apple Reports $49.6B Revenue, $10.7B Profit

Apple has just released its fiscal Q3 2015 earnings, reporting $49.6 billion in revenue, $10.7 billion in net profit representing $1.85 per share. Compared to the year-ago quarter, it corresponds to a growth of 32.5 percent in revenue and an impressive 44.5 percent jump in EPS. Despite this impressive growth rate, shares are currently falling in after-hours trading — it’s a bit ridiculous.

: Computer, Consumer, Telecom

Compal server business to benefit from Lenovo, Dell orders

Compal Electronics has recently expanded its server R&D team to 300 technicians and will continue to recruit more talent because of increasing server orders from Lenovo and the existing ones from Dell, according to sources from the upstream supply chain. Compal declined to comment on its clients, but said the company’s server business will see a much smaller loss in 2015 and have a chance to turn profitable in 2016.

: Computer, EMS, ODM