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Server, a new gold mine for Taiwan ODMs
  • The server business has become a major revenue contributor for Taiwan ODMs as larger Internet players such as Google, Facebook and Twitter, are expanding their server orders to Taiwan ODMs to save costs.

    Last update: Wednesday 5 March 2014 [8 news items]

HDD makers pushing enterprise products for growth

Mar 5, 22:04

Hard disk drive (HDD) makers have recently turned to focus on enterprise-level storage products, after seeing their consumer HDD shipments continue to suffer from weak PC demand,...

Twitter CTO expected to visit Taiwan to discuss server supplies

Mar 5, 14:03

Twitter CTO Adam Messinger reportedly will come to Taiwan later in the week to talk with Taiwan-based ODMs including Quanta Computer, Wiwynn, Inventec, Foxconn Electronics and Mitac...

Wiwynn expects 2014 revenues to double on year

Mar 5, 13:59

Wiwynn, Taiwan-based ODM Wistron's subsidiary specifically operating direct-account sales for cloud computing, expects revenues for 2014 to double on year, according to company president...

Quanta expects significant growth in server business in 2014

Mar 4, 20:21

Quanta Computer has produced servers for cloud computing data centers for direct-account supply for three years and expects total server shipments in 2014 to increase on year by 20%...

ASRock to showcase server and workstation products at CeBIT 2014

Mar 3, 21:33

ASRock is set to exhibit its latest server and workstation products at the CeBIT 2014 hosted from March 10-14 in Hannover, Germany, hoping to attract clients worldwide especially...

Inventec lands smartphone orders from Sony Mobile, x86 server orders from Lenovo, says paper

Newswatch - Feb 21, 10:47

Inventec has landed smartphone orders from Sony Mobile Communications as well as x86 server orders from Lenovo, according to a Chinese-language Liberty Times report.

Twitter to release server orders to Taiwan ODMs, say Taiwan makers

Feb 20, 21:15

Twitter will place orders for servers directly with Taiwan-based ODMs instead of vendors such as Hewlett-Packard, Dell and IBM, according to server supply chain players.

Taiwan ODMs shipping more servers to end clients

Feb 14, 13:55

Taiwan-based ODMs Quanta Computer, Inventec and Wistron have been shipping more servers to direct accounts such as Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Facebook despite the fact that the...

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