The grapevine is saying that Foxconn is intending to capture around 10 percent of the Indian motherboard market by 2012 end.
It is reportedly said that Foxconn has recently launched 85 new motherboard SKUs in India, and is eyeing to sell 5000 units of its low power, small form factor PC called Nano.
For this, it has recently signed Compuage as an exclusive distributor.
According to Siril Muthirakkal, Sales Manager, Channel, Foxconn, the $100 billion manufacturing company Foxconn has an OEM client partnership with almost all leading brands. They have been engaged with Indian OEMs (Original Equipment Makers) for over a decade. Developing new markets for Foxconn brand is a top priority and the immediate goal is to sell motherboards, chassis and Nano PCs in India.
Further he added, Foxconn has set a target to sell around 30,000 motherboards a month, which would be around 10 percent of the market size. However, company’s biggest focus would be to sell Nano PCs.
Presently, Faxconn of offering Nano PC models powered with Intel Atom and AMD processors. Now, it is planning to release models on the Core i3 and Core i5 processors based on the Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) technology very soon.
Let’s hope, Foxconn would be able to achieve its business targets.
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