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Competitive Landscape: Traditional Notebook EMS and ODM Companies, Worldwide

Published: 23 June 2017

ID: G00320210

Analyst(s): Ben Lee


Competition within the traditional notebook market is expected to remain tight as interest in other mobile PCs, such as ultramobiles, continues to rise. Technology strategic planners at semiconductor vendors must be able to develop semiconductor chips that conform to the changing landscape.

Table Of Contents


  • Competitive Situation and Trends
    • Three Service Types for Traditional Notebook EMSs/ODMs
  • Market Players
  • The Future of Competition
  • Recommendations for Technology Strategic Planners at Semiconductor Vendors
  • Competitive Profiles
    • Quanta Computer
    • Compal
    • Wistron
    • Inventec
    • LCFC
    • Pegatron
  • References and Methodology
  • Definitions

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