PC Case Manufacturers


List of computer case manufacturers:

AMAX Information Technologies

AMAX designs and engineers customized platforms for data centers, cloud, big data, high-performance parallel computing and server-to-rack level OEM appliances. It offers prototyping and a manufacturing process, including custom branding of bezels, faceplates, chassis, and custom box packaging. It has a 5-stage manufacturing process with ISO 9001 standards.

Antec

Antec, Inc. is an American-based maker of personal computer (PC) components and consumer tech products.Antec’s principal products are computer cases and power supplies. Antec also offers PC cooling products, notebook accessories, and a line of Antec Mobile Products (A.M.P.) which includes Bluetooth speakers, headphones, portable batteries, and charging hubs. Founded in 1986, the company is headquartered in Fremont, California, with additional offices in Rotterdam, Beijing, and Taipei. Antec products are sold in over 40 countries through its online retail platform, Amazon, and distribution partners.

AOpen

AOPEN Inc. (Chinese: 建碁股份有限公司; pinyin: Jiànqí Gǔfèn Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) is a major electronics manufacturer from Taiwan that makes computers and parts for computers. AOPEN used to be the Open System Business Unit of Acer Computer Inc. which designed, manufactured and sold computer components.

It was incorporated in December 1996 as a subsidiary of Acer Group with an initial public offering (IPO) at the Taiwan stock exchange in August 2002. It is also the first subsidiary which established the entrepreneurship paradigm in the pan-Acer Group. Currently, AOPEN is a subsidiary of Wistron Group, a spin-off of the Acer Group.

They are perhaps most well known for their “Mobile on Desktop” (MoDT) solutions, which implements Intel’s Pentium M platform on desktop motherboards. Because the Pentium 4 and other NetBurst CPUs proved less energy efficient than the Pentium M, in late 2004 and early 2005, many manufacturers introduced desktop motherboards for the mobile Pentium M, AOPEN being one of the first.

APEVIA

Apevia Corporation is a computer chassis, power supply, PC cooling systems, and accessories company founded in March 1999. The company was known as Aspire International Corporation before changing their name in June 2006 due to confusion with other similarly named products and services.

 

 

 

Arctic Cooling

Arctic GmbH, formerly known as Arctic Cooling, is a manufacturer of computer cooling components, mainly CPU and graphics card coolers, case fans and thermal compound. Since 2010, Arctic expanded its business by starting a range of products to cater other consumer demands beyond that of computer cooling hardware. Nowadays, Arctic also offers various consumer products—spanning audio, home entertainment, computer peripherals and RC toys. In 2012, Arctic was nominated as one of the finalists in the annual PCR Awards.

Founded in 2001, Arctic has offices in Germany, Hong Kong, the United States cooperates with different production facilities in China. Arctic products are distributed worldwide through distributors, dealers and retailers. The United States, United Kingdom and Germany are Arctic’s major markets. The company has also collaborated with leading graphics card brands such as HIS, Inno3D, PowerColor VTX3D and Sapphire in the development of OEM cooling equipment.

ASRock

ASRock Inc. is a Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer which focuses on the development of motherboards, industrial PCs, and HTPCs. ASRock was originally spun off from Asus in 2002 in order to compete with companies like Foxconn for the commodity OEM market. Since then, ASRock has also gained momentum in the DIY sector and plans for moving the company upstream began in 2007 following a successful IPO on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.

In 2010 it became part of Pegatron. Asrock currently produces consumer, server, workstation and HTPC motherboards. ASRock has distributors in over 90 countries around the world and branches in Europe, US and China. ASRock established itself as a server motherboard affiliate in April 2013, having received orders from 10 mid-size clients for server and industrial PC motherboards and forming partnerships with system integrators.

ASRock is the world’s third largest motherboard manufacturer, having cooperated with Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel – 12 times FPS World Games championship record holder – in the development of a gaming-oriented enthusiast motherboard in 2011. Additionally, in early 2012 ASRock enlisted the help of HWBOT world overclocking champion, Nick Shih.
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