The executive said that the 3-year plan to shut down the PC motherboard business is part of an initiative to step up the pace of innovation in the desktop PC markethttp://www.crn.in/crn/news/293383/intel-vp-defends-decision-kill-pc-motherboards
Intel’s decision to wind up its desktop motherboard manufacturing in 3 years may not make a huge impact globally, but could severely affect system builders in Indiahttp://www.crn.in/crn/features/294915/intel-stop-desktop-motherboards
Gigabyte has appointed Neoteric Infomatique as national distributor for its range of motherboards. The distributor will drive this business for the vendor independently, using its network of partners across the country in coordihttp://www.crn.in/crn/news/292262/gigabyte-neoteric-tie-motherboards
Vinay Shetty, Country Head, Component Business, Asus Technology, talks to Ramdas S and discusses the go-to-market for 2012 with an expanded product portfoliohttp://www.crn.in/crn/interviews/294490/sell-100-motherboards
Gigabyte has launched new competitively-priced models of H55M motherboards—GA-H55M-S2, GA-H55M-UD2H and GA-H55M-USB3.http://www.crn.in/crn/products/295255/gigabyte-h55m-motherboards-value-segment
B Suryanarayan, Director, Sales & Marketing, Intel, South Asia says that by 2013-end the company will offer a better value proposition to OEMs making tablets and smart phoneshttp://www.crn.in/crn/interviews/294475/-write-intel
Rajesh Goenka, VP, Sales & Marketing, Rashi, spoke about how the company is adapting to the transformations in the IT ecosystemhttp://www.crn.in/crn/interviews/294368/-remodeling-business
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