First International Computer

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First International Computer, Inc.
Publicly Listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE 3701)
Industry Computer hardware
Diversified Electronics
Founded 1980
Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan
Key people
Dr. Ming-Jen Chien CEO and Chairman; Charlene Wang, daughter of Wang Yung-ching, President; John Villejo, Senior VP of Sales and Marketing, Mike Liang, VP and Sales Marketing, Joseph Kuo, VP of Sales and Marketing, Paul C. Kim, Director of Marketing
Products Motherboards, graphics cards, notebooks, and others
(see complete list of categories)

First International Computer, Inc. (FIC; Chinese: 大眾電腦股份有限公司; pinyin: Dàzhòng Diànnǎo Gǔfèn Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) is a Taiwanese computer and components manufacturer, that designs and manufactures computer products and electronic components for other electronics equipment manufacturers worldwide. The company's products include motherboards, embedded computing systems, graphics cards, PCs, and notebook computers. Founded in 1980 by Dr. Ming-Jen Chien, in Taipei, Taiwan, FIC is publicly listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE 3701).

First International Computer headquarters

Product Categories[edit]

First International Computer product line-up includes: desktop PCs, notebook PCs, graphics cards embedded systems, mobile phones, and computer memory. They also manufacture Intel and AMD based motherboards for computer hobbyists and PC Manufacturers to build PCs from.

FIC-s Apollo VP3 based motherboard PA-2012 released in November 1997 was the first Socket 7 design supporting AGP.

See also[edit]

  • Openmoko: A complete Open Source Cell phone software stack running on open hardware. FIC is manufacturing the first OpenMoko phone.


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