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Silicon Power

Silicon Power Computer & Communications Inc.
廣穎電通股份有限公司
Type Public 4973.TWO
Industry Information technology
Computer hardware
Electronics
Founded Taipei, Taiwan (2003)
Headquarters Neihu, Taipei, Taiwan
Products Flash memory cards
USB flash drives
Portable hard drives
DRAM modules
Card readers
Solid state drives
USB 3.0 adapters
Industrial products
Revenue USD 213 million (2010)
Employees 500-1000
Website .com.silicon-powerwww

Silicon Power Computer & Communications Incorporated (Chinese: 廣穎電通股份有限公司; pinyin: Guǎng Yǐng Diàntōng Gǔfèn Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī), commonly referred to as Silicon Power, is an international brand and a Taiwan-based manufacturer of flash memory products including: flash memory cards, USB flash drives, portable hard drives, DRAM modules, card readers, solid state drives, USB adapters, and other industrial grade computer products.

Overview

SP's headquarters in Farglory ABC Alpha Tech Center, Neihu, Taipei

Silicon Power is headquartered in Neihu, Taiwan and was founded in 2003 by a group of professionals that specialized in international business, global marketing, and technical engineering of flash data storage.

Corporate Information

Silicon Power has offices in Taiwan, Japan, Netherlands, Balkan, Russia, China, India, United States, as well as manufacturing facilities in Taiwan and logistics facilities in Taiwan and Netherlands. In 2011, Silicon Power changed status from private to public initial offerings on the OTC Taiwan Exchange (TWO).[1]

In a 2010 survey by the Common Wealth Magazine, Silicon Power was ranked No.11 in the top 1000 fastest growing manufacturers in Taiwan and ranked No.1 in the Semiconductor industry.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=4973.TWO&ql=0
  2. ^ http://www.silicon-power.com/SP-Today/today-en-26.html

External links

  • Official website
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