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Last $15.12 USD
Change Today -0.17 / -1.11%
Volume 261.9K
As of 8:10 PM 05/5/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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solution that offers a connected experience that includes the meeting room. Lifesize Cloud enables communication between meeting room-based video conferencing systems, software applications on PCs and Mac computers, and mobile applications on IOS and Android smartphones and tablets. It offers solution for looking to deploy business class video conferencing. The Icon Series, which introduces a new, simplified user experience designed to make video communication simple and intuitive so that anyone can use it without training. The 220 Series, which provides full HD video quality at the lowest possible bandwidth, allowing data-sharing, supporting dual HD display, full HD camera, and phone or microphone options. These offer multiple models to support customer room configuration needs and multipoint bridging requirements. The Lifesize UVC Infrastructure Platform is an integrated, virtualized software platform for video infrastructure. It consolidates the capabilities of multiple video conferencing infrastructure applications and makes them instantly available from one common interface. Research and Development For the year ended March 31, 2014, the company’s research and development expenses included $139.4 million. Sales and Distribution The company sells its peripherals products to a network of distributors, retailers and OEMs. It directly sells peripherals products to distributors and large retailers. Distributors in North America include Ingram Micro; Tech Data Corporation; D&H Distributing; and Synnex Corporation. In Europe, pan-European distributors include Ingram Micro; Tech Data; and Gem Distribution. The company also sells to regional distributors, such as Actebis GmbH in Germany and Copaco Dc B.V. in the Netherlands. In Asia, major distributors include Beijing Digital China Limited in China, Daiwabo in Japan, and the pan-Asian distributor, Ingram Micro. The company’s distributor customers typically resell products to retailers, value-added resellers, systems integrators and other distributors with whom it does not have a direct relationship. The company sells its peripherals products to a network of retailers, including direct sales to retailers. Its worldwide retail network includes consumer electronics distributors, retailers, mass merchandisers, specialty electronics stores, computer and telecommunications stores, and online merchants In fiscal year 2014, Ingram Micro Inc. and its affiliated entities together accounted for 14% of the company’s net sales. The company’s peripherals products can be purchased in most major retail chains, where it typically has access to significant shelf space. These chains in the U.S. include Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Staples, Target, and Office Depot. In Europe, chains include Metro Group (MediaMarkt and Saturn), Carrefour Group, Kesa Electricals, Fnac, and Dixons Stores Group PLC. In Asia Pacific, retail chains include Australia's Dick Smith Electronics Limited. Logitech products can also be purchased online either directly or through e-tailers, such as,,, CDW, Insight Enterprises, Inc. and others. The company’s OEM products are sold to large OEM customers through a direct sales force, and it supports smaller OEM customers through distributors. Through its operating subsidiaries, the company maintains sales offices or sales representatives in approximately 43 countries. Competition Peripherals Growth Categories PC Gaming. Competitors for the company’s PC Gaming peripherals include Razer USA Ltd.; SteelSeries; A4TECH; Turtle Beach; and Mad Catz Interactive. Tablet and Other Accessories: The company primarily manufactures tablet keyboards and other accessories for Apple products, such as iPad and iPhone. Competitors in the tablet keyboard market are Zagg, Kensington, Belkin, Targus and other brands. Mobile Speakers: The company’s competitors for Bluetooth wireless speakers include JBL, Jawbone, Beats Electronics and Bose. Profit Maximization Categories Pointing Devices and PC Keyboards and Desktops: Microsoft Corporation is the company’s main competitor in its mice, keyboard and deskto


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