TAIPEI, July 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Industrial computers have always been an industry in which Taiwanese manufacturers enjoy an advantage; with a total annual revenue of nearly 8 billion U.S. dollars. According to a research report released by TrendForce in July, in the first half of 2021, DFI, specializing in smart manufacturing, smart healthcare, and intelligent transportation systems/infrastructures, ranked third with a revenue of NT$5.28 billion (equivalent to 186.7 million U.S. dollars). DFI also have an 25.2% YoY increase, only behind Ennoconn (the parent company of the S&T Group and Kontron) and Advantech.
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Leveraging the strengths of the group’s affiliations, DFI has already taken its supply chain management and manufacturing productivity to a whole new level. DFI‘s embedded computing capabilities and solutions have since extended and found its niche in smart applications and automation across industries globally now that it has received merits from the group’s resources.
"Regardless of revenue ranking, we have been on the journey towards motherboard and embedded computers manufacturing for more than 40 years. The achievements are always an incentives for us to pursue excellence," said Steven Tsai, President of DFI.
Founded in 1981, DFI is a global leading provider of high-performance computing technology across multiple embedded industries. With its innovative design and premium quality management system, DFI‘s industrial-grade solutions enable customers to optimize their equipment and ensure high reliability, long-term life cycle, and 24/7 durability in a breadth of markets including factory automation, medical, gaming, transportation, smart energy, mission-critical, and intelligent retail.
 Source: TrendForce
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