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Wednesday, 23 January 2008 09:32

ECS going after the high-end motherboard market

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New strategy for 2008

ECS is far from everyone's favorite motherboard manufacturer, and this has mostly been due to the quality of its products in the past; but according to a story on Digitimes, it looks like ECS is going to try to change its image by going after the high-end motherboard market this year.

It's going to take a lot of effort from the company to break into this fiercely competitive segment of the market, but what many of you might not know is that ECS is a very popular brand in Germany; and even not so long ago it was once considered a tier one brand.

With the right R&D effort, some good marketing and a few favorable reviews, nothing is impossible; and from what we're hearing, some of the other big boys in the motherboard market are spending too much time looking the other way, so the timing might just be right for ECS.

You can find the full story here
Last modified on Thursday, 24 January 2008 05:06
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