GIGABYTE and ASUS Joint Venture
This week the motherboard industry and probably the entire computer industry got a little shock - just another one in the past 12 months, as now seems to be the time for companies to join forces. After a meeting with the directors of GIGABYTE and ASUS, a decision was agreed on regarding a joint venture between the two Taiwan motherboard heavyweight giants.
Naturally we are very curious about the venture and all the specific details - there is information floating around on various other websites but we want to get all the important first hand details. We got in contact with Tim Handley, Marketing Manager at GIGABYTE, and asked him some questions about the arrangement between the two companies and exactly what it will mean for both companies and consumers in the future.
The following interview answers from GIGABYTE should provide you with all the juicy bits of information from the arrangement and what it means for both companies and the industry as a whole.
The questions and answers are on the next page.
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