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  • Dan Panzica | April 18, 2017
    Monthly consolidated revenue for the 17 top publically traded Taiwanese EMS/ODM companies are up 5.44% YTD for January – March 2017 when compared to the same period in 2016. IHS-Markit is forecasted 2017 revenue increase in the range of 3%. This is a conservative estimate.
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  • Dan Panzica | April 13, 2017
    Taiwanese companies are required to report their monthly consolidated revenue within the first 10 days of each month for the previous month. During 2016 we started tracking the monthly reported consolidated revenues for the top 17 Taiwanese EMS/ODM companies comparing it to the same period in the previous year.
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  • Dan Panzica | March 22, 2016
    On March 10th Foxconn reported February’s consolidated revenue of NT280.64 billion which was a 0.22% year-over-year increase from February, 2015. However, the first two months of 2016, consolidated sales revenue was down -8.55% on a year-over-year (Y/Y) basis. Alarmingly, the Y/Y consolidated revenue performance of the other leading Taiwanese EMS/ODM companies’ yields similar results........
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The Teardown - All Access Intelligence Service enables companies to perform a valuable and actionable combination of in-depth and strategic analysis. The information easily allows comparison between ALL historical and future teardowns that IHS performs.
The Teardown Automotive Intelligence Service enables companies to perform a valuable and actionable combination of in-depth and strategic analysis. The information easily allows comparison between similar devices in a given application group or across multiple applications.
The IOT Technology Intelligence Service enables companies to perform a valuable and actionable combination of in-depth and strategic analysis. The information easily allows comparison between similar devices in a given application group or across multiple applications.
The Teardown Mobile Handsets Intelligence Service enables companies to perform a valuable and actionable combination of in-depth and strategic analysis. The information easily allows comparison between similar devices in a given application group or across multiple applications.
The Teardown Tablets, eReaders & Notebooks Intelligence Service enables companies to perform a valuable and actionable combination of in-depth and strategic analysis. The information easily allows comparison between similar devices in a given application group or across multiple applications.

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  • Dan Panzica | July 07, 2017
    The EMS/ODM Global Site listings serves as a valuable reference document, listing ODM factory locations, by region, by country, by region in an easy to sort data table. Included are manufacturing capabilities and business segments served.
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  • July 06, 2017
    IHS Technology Outsourced Manufacturing Services Market Tracker updated quarterly covering key financial and performance metrics for nearly 40 major companies. Delivers information critical for supplier evaluation and selection.
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  • Andrew Rassweiler | June 30, 2017
    Component Price Landscape (CPL) is a quarterly service that uniquely provides MPN level pricing for high-volume, multi-sourced electronic components used in a wide variety of electronic devices. Included is: 4-quarter historical pricing, 4-quarter price forecasts, and commodity level price trends.
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  • Icon Senior Principal Analyst, Teardowns
    Kevin Keller brings more than 22 years of engineering and design experience to the IHS teardown analysis team, where he performs detailed hardware analysis of electronic devices such as wireless...
  • Icon Director, Teardowns
    Luke Koo is responsible for technical and pricing research on display modules and components. In addition, Luke has extensive experience in display technology and the display industry.

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