Parrot audio chips bring $100 million in annual revenue, CEO says.
DETROIT – Mobile-phone developer Parrot is looking to expand in North America with more vehicle telematics applications, its CEO tells WardsAuto. The supplier earns about $100 million in revenue by providing audio chipsets for several auto makers’ products in Europe and India. Now North America, particularly the U.S., is primed for future growth, the company’s top executive says. “The U.S. market in general, the auto makers need to open more applications to the ...
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