Foxconn, world’s leading manufacturer of computer components and systems, is developing new-generation robots for the purpose of automation on its product lines.
Foxconn breaks through the bottleneck in key technologies, its goal of building a million automation robots to be achieved shortly which is expected to be around October.
Foxconn will not exit the manufacturing industry in spite of knowing the fact that many IT players have started giving up their manufacturing businesses. Since manufacturing will eventually turn heavily dependent on automation and robots, Foxconn in the future, will place its focus on R&D and technologies as well as e-commerce.
Foxconn has also been investing in nanometer technologies and through long-term R&D and the acquisition of related patents, Foxconn to become the leader of the industry in 3-5 years.
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Foxconn was established in 1974 and has grown to become the largest ODM in the world with nearly 1,000,000 employees and revenues in excess of USD 100 billion. Foxconn’s customer base includes many famous brands in computing, communications and consumer electronics, for example; Apple, Cisco, Dell, HP, Nokia and Sony. With expertise in design and manufacturing, Foxconn’s Channel Division is able to bring barebones and component products to channel customers around the globe, giving them the freedom to create their own solutions. To learn more, visit: www.foxconnchannel.com