Flextronics Nabs HP Notebook Deal PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Tuesday, 24 June 2008 05:01
SAN JOSE – Flextronics’ decision to jump in the competitive notebook PC market is paying off. Today, the EMS company announced a deal with HP to design and manufacture a high-volume consumer notebook computer. No financial or other contract details were announced.

Flextronics Computing segment recently increased its notebook ODM capabilities with the previously announced acquisition of Arima Corp.'s notebook business.

"We are very excited to have been selected by HP to provide services for this significant notebook product," said Sean Burke, president, Flextronics Computing segment. "We feel uniquely able to deliver a strong solution based on our growing design capabilities, manufacturing expertise, global footprint and our strong vertical solutions for notebook components."



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