B&O will no longer develop mobile phones, set-top boxes

Wednesday 22 October 2008 | 12:59 CET | News
Denmark-based high-end AV systems developer Bang & Olufsen has unveiled a new strategy, increasing the focus on developing and manufacturing its trademark, cutting edge audio and video products. At the same time, the corporation will streamline its global sales organization to ensure that a visit to a Bang & Olufsen store is never less than a highly professional and exceptional listening and viewing experience. CEO Karl Kristian Hvidt Nielsen said that the increased focus on the core business means that Bang & Olufsen will not be involved in the development of mobile phones, co-branded

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Denmark / World
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