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Wolfson predicts return to profit in 2H12

8/1/2012 03:17 PM EDT
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stepu78
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stepu78   9/14/2012 3:08:17 AM
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krisi
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krisi   8/9/2012 4:15:27 PM
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thank you MP Divakar, you would think MEMs microphones be large enough market...Kris

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docdivakar   8/3/2012 5:13:37 PM
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Kris, the MEMS microphones market is commoditized to the hilt with low margins. The volumes have to be high enough to erase Wolfson's losses. Besides Wolfson may also have loss-leading product lines which might have been offset by the microphone sales. MP Divakar

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krisi   8/3/2012 2:03:11 AM
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I guess you try to get design wins and get the profits later...

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KB3001   8/3/2012 12:22:40 AM
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Many companies are indeed on the same boat. Tough economic times...

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selinz   8/3/2012 12:10:29 AM
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Well, that shows that you can get design wins if you are willing to sell stuff for a loss!

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krisi   8/1/2012 6:39:44 PM
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33% sequential revenue growth but still posting a loss? I thought MEMs related market is rather hot...Kris

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