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VIA Technologies announced its sales results for May 2004 declaring substantial annual growth in revenues and moderate sequential sales decline. The month ended on May 31 marked 12 months passed since VIA Technologies settled legal disputes with Intel Corp..

Sales of the world’s second largest designer of chipsets for personal computers achieved last month approximately $41.22 million, which is a 9.77% over April 2004 figure of $45.68 million, but is a 23.45% increase over April 2003 figure of $33.39 million.

Typically VIA Technologies does not comment on its sales results and does not indicate what factor may drive the core-logic developer’s revenue up or down.

In May 2004 the Taipei, Taiwan-based chipset firm continued its rough competition against rivalling Intel Corporation, Silicon Integrated Systems and NVIDIA Corporation who are ramping up the shipments of previous- and next-generation offerings along with VIA Technologies.

It still remains to see whether VIA manages to achieve better or in-line sales results with last year’s figure, or the company’s revenue will drop. Since the year 2002 VIA’s sales have been dipping annually.


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