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Foxconn Planea Comenzar Ensamblaje de iPad en Brasil A partir de Noviembre

Foxconn Planea Comenzar Ensamblaje de iPad en Brasil A partir de Noviembre

Posted April 12, 2011 at 1:15pm by iClarified · 10571 views
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Foxconn está planeando comenzar a ensamblar la tablet PC iPad de Apple's en sus plantas de Brasil para finales de Noviembre, según Aloizio Mercadente, ministro de ciencia y tecnología de Brasil.

Reuters reporta que Foxconn Technology Group está considerando también invertir 12 billones de dólares en Brasil para ensamblar monitores, según la Presidenta de Brasil, Dilma Rousseff.

"Han tenido un amplio rango de inversiones que van de entre los 300 a los 400 millones de dólares hasta 12 billones de dólares para 5 a 6 años en el caso de Foxconn", afirma Rousseff, hablando de las discusiones que el gobierno de Brasil está sosteniendo con varias compañías tecnológicas.

"Están proniendo una asociación. Ellos vinieron a nosotros y dijeron que quieren invertir en Brasil."

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Foxconn Planea Comenzar Ensamblaje de iPad en Brasil A partir de Noviembre
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john
john - April 12, 2011 at 6:39pm
oh no... that means very poor quality from now on :P
James
James - April 13, 2011 at 2:05pm
John, Do you really think the quality in Brazil could be even worse than the one provided by the chienese? Have you ever visited Foxconn yard on any of those countries? Have you ever been to any of those countries at all?
Gambit86
Gambit86 - April 12, 2011 at 4:29pm
Let's make em in America!!! How bout that?
Coose
Coose - April 12, 2011 at 3:15pm
IMHO, this is a poor choice of direction for industrial automation. It sounds like a good idea as laptops are bulky and difficult to work with when you're 'on the go', but the iPad is not a rugged device nor is the Apple product's platforms designed to integrate to industrial automation platforms. Unless they are planning to RDP to a terminal server, they are going to have some real headaches trying to integrate this cleanly (not to mention that the dev of custom personal apps and software would be daunting for this application). They would be better off waiting for a month or so when the flood of tablets hits the market and choose one that better suits industrial automation. I work in industrial automation and we have looked at implementation of iPads and found that once we got past the appeal of the initial draw to it, we quickly pulled back and chose a different path.
Coose
Coose - April 12, 2011 at 3:19pm
NM, I thought that I read they are going to use them for their plant floor automation. Read it again and realized that I was mistaken :). Good for Brazil
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