41% of Intel’s revenues come from Asia

By Julio Franco
Jul 17, 2003
  1. Forty-one percent of Intel’s record second-quarter revenues of US$6.8 billion, or US$2.8 billion, were generated from the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan), according to Intel president and CEO Craig Barrett.

    In the beginning of 2002, only 20% of Intel’s revenues came from Asia. By the end of that year, the region contributed 38%.
    The regional growth was due mainly to growth of the China market, which will be Intel’s most important market in the future, according to Intel.

    Read more: Digitimes.
  2. young&wild

    young&wild TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 993

    No suprise. Every country in Asia is trying its best to close the digital divide. More and more people are able to gain access to purchase and use of personal computers.
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