Wednesday April 19, 2006 3:48 pm
Xbox 360 Production to Reach Over One Million Per Month by Year End
A report from the Wall Street Journal quoted from Gamedaily.biz indicates that one of Microsoft’s hardware manufacturing partners, Wistron, is seeking to ramp production up to one million units per month by the end of 2006. Microsoft has been aggressively pursuing other territories now that production in the US and UK seems to have gotten under control. While gamers can now see actual Xbox 360 boxes on the shelves at Costco, and Internet profiteering is slowing down, Microsoft still needs to boost production to meet both expanding demand for the Xbox 360 and to meet its goal of worldwide domination. By boosting production, Microsoft hopes to take advantage of the additional time granted by the PS3 delay as well as be seen on store shelves as the predicted PS3 shortages happen during the holiday season.
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