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MediaTek woes
  • MediaTek's sales are declining as a result of a continued slowndown in feature phone demand.

    Last update: Monday 6 February 2012 [4 news items]

MediaTek posts over 30% sales drop in January

Feb 6, 10:59

Fabless IC firm MediaTek has announced consolidated revenues of NT$5.16 billion (US$174 million) for January 2012, down 30.9% on month and 31.5% on year. The figure also hit the lowest...

MediaTek sees 10-15% sequential drop in 1Q12 sales

Feb 4, 11:01

IC design house MediaTek expects its consolidated revenues to decrease 10-15% sequentially in the first quarter of 2012 with gross margin slipping to 42-44% from 44.2% in the fourth...

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MediaTek 1Q12 sales likely to fall more than 10%

Jan 31, 01:20

Sales at MediaTek are expected to register a sequential decline of more than 10% in the first quarter of 2012, due mainly to falling sales generated from its 2.5G and 2.75G chip lineup...

MediaTek reiterates 4Q11 sales guidance

Dec 29, 01:05

Following a report regarding falling feature phone and smartphone demand in China, MediaTek has said its sales guidance for the current fourth quarter should remain on track. MediaTek...

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