hat is the balance you can make of 2011 for the company?
2011 has been a great year for Quixant. We started with the launch of the QXi-200, the first “all in one” gaming board based on AMD’s ground breaking Fusion technology. We expanded the company significantly with the establishment of a new US subsidiary in Las Vegas and the opening of a new manufacturing facility in Taiwan. This combined with selling our products to new markets further afield in locations like South America has made this a great year for Quixant.
How have you seen the gaming industry in a year with an economic crisis that affected many markets?
We strongly believe that the current economic climate has given us the opportunity to explore new niches within undiscovered markets. Since our products can ultimately reduce the cost of a gaming machine we have seen new companies select our technology in order to reduce cost whilst at the same time increasing quality and performance.
In your opinion, what was the most outstanding news of year?
The reaction from the market to AMD’s ground breaking Fusion Technology and our QXi-200, which was the first Fusion based gaming board available. In this difficult time the market looks to innovative manufacturers like Quixant to give them an advantage. Being the market leaders and watching our competitors follow is very satisfying.
In your opinion, what was the product service most innovating launched this year?
We strongly believe this was the QXi-200. The Fusion APU technology it uses provides outstanding performance at this low price point, enabling customers to increase performance whilst saving cost at the same time. This is a key benefit to customers in the current economic climate.
What are the plans of the company for 2012?
Quixant has an aggressive plan to continue investing in our business in 2012. We are committed to introducing even more exciting products in 2012, including products based on the forthcoming 3rd generation AMD Fusion technology. We already have working samples and the results are truly fantastic. When launched these products will create another major shock in the industry. We will also continue to work hard to improve our presence worldwide and to develop the Quixant brand within the gaming market.
How do you see 2012 for the gaming industry in general? Will it be similar to 2011? Do you think there will be a growth of the activity?
We can already see that Quixant will have very strong growth in 2012. Whilst some areas of the industry are still rather slow we see an upward trend as a whole. We certainly remain very positive about our propsects over the coming year, which is due to our long-term focus on the industry.