Lite-On Tech May Revenue Up 9% to $470M


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EMS provider Lite-On Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$14.796 billion (US$470 million) for May, increasing 9.32% sequentially but decreasing 19.98% on year, according to Digitimes.

Of the revenues, 65% came from IT product lines including power supplies used in servers, PCs and mobile devices as well as PC peripherals and MFPs (multi-function peripherals); 17% from optoelectronics product lines including automotive CCMs (compact camera modules), LED devices and LED lighting products; 13% from SSDs (solid-state drives) and optical disc drives and 5% from structural components of hand-held devices and other product lines, Lite-On indicated.

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