NEC declines consumer markets in OEM/integrator gambit

Kroeker, Kirk L.
April 1997
EMedia Professional;Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p20
Academic Journal
Reports on the shifting of NEC Technologies to original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and integrators in the consumer market. Success in the OEM business according to Harry Petty, vice president of the company; Task of the Advanced Media Division, OEM sales group of the company.


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