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Thursday, May 19, 2005
Leadtek to outsource its graphics card production to Foxconn


Leadtek Research will migrate all of its graphics cards manufacturing to Foxconn Electronics this year, according to company chairman KS Lu.

The graphics-card maker aims to ship more than three million units in 2005, up about 50% from last year, said Lu.

Last year, Leadtek managed to lower its costs by outsourcing more of its graphics-card manufacturing to Foxconn and bundling its products with Foxconn's motherboards. Lu predicts that the rising contribution of videophones and GPS equipment will help the company increase its EPS further this year. Leadtek currently also outsources some of its GPS equipment production to Foxconn, Lu added.

More inforamtion available at Digitimes.com.


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