In contrast, Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) may fail to meet an estimate that the research firm gave for the same period, as an upstream component shortage disrupted its shipments in October, the sources noted.More details over at DigiTimes.
According to the projection compiled by Mercury Research, SiS is expected to take third place in the global chipset market in the fourth quarter, with 8.8 million units. Following SiS, ATI will enjoy on-quarter shipment growth of 80% during the same period, stated the research firm.
ATI to ship more chipsets than SiS in Q4
Posted on Thursday, Dec 08 2005 @ 03:01 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck