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VIA & SiS Q3 Shipments To Grow

VIA and SiS expect their third quarter shipments to grow 20-30% on quarter, despite market reports that local IC testing companies expect slow chipset demand in the coming quarter. IC testing companies argue that chipset inventory levels are high and that Intel is expanding its market share with aggressive pricing. Despite price competition from Intel, VIA will see third quarter shipments grow at least 20% sequentially. SiS expects its third-quarter shipment to grow 20-30% sequentially as the company recently received OEM orders from the top five local notebook makers.

VIA and SiS expect their third quarter shipments to grow 20-30% on quarter, despite market reports that local IC testing companies expect slow chipset demand in the coming quarter. IC testing companies argue that chipset inventory levels are high and that Intel is expanding its market share with aggressive pricing. Despite price competition from Intel, VIA will see third quarter shipments grow at least 20% sequentially. SiS expects its third-quarter shipment to grow 20-30% sequentially as the company recently received OEM orders from the top five local notebook makers.

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