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May for motherboard manufacturers: not everything is so smooth

As reported by The Digitimes,
Asustek Computer seems to be the only leading motherboard manufacturer,
whose sales and volumes have increased compared to the previous month – thanks to
increased shipments of motherboards and increased orders for the PlayStation
2 (PS2). Other first-tier players, Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) and
Micro-Star International (MSI) reports more than 10% sales decline while
while Gigabyte was able to report revenue growth over the past month without naming,
however, the exact number of boards supplied (according to analysts’ estimates – about
800 thousand. pieces).

Revenues in May (billion. tayve. Doll.)
May
April
Monthly growth
January-May
Annual growth

Asustek
eleven.829
eleven.734
0.eight%
58.012
56.6%
five.167
four.896
five.five%
26.793
-eighteen.2%
ECS
four.689
five.117
-eight.four%
25.891
0.five%
MSI
four.334
four.549
-four.7%
26.039
21.3%
Gigabyte
2.338
2.201
6.2%
12.935
eleven.eight%

PCB shipments in May 2021 (thous.PC)
May
April
Monthly growth
January-May
Asustek
1,890
1,850
2.2%
8,640
ECS
1,390
1,150
twenty.nine%
6,950
MSI
1,050
1,100
(0.five%)
6,350
Gigabyte **
800 ***
850 ***
(five.nine%)
4,950 ***

** The company refused to publish the delivery volumes
*** According to analysts’ estimates

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