Mr. Wu added, "Moving to our first quarter 2011 guidance, we expect revenues to remain flat or go up slightly, with our non-driver products to account for over 10% of the total sales, the first time in our history. However, we expect gross margin to decline within 1 percentage point. The decline in gross margin is primarily due to certain ramping-up expenses involved in non-driver products in their early stage of mass production. With further shipment ramp-up, we do expect non-driver products to contribute positively to our overall gross margin soon after this quarter. As mentioned earlier, R&D expenses are projected to increase from last quarter. Finally, our GAAP earnings per ADS is expected to be in the range of 1-2 cents."Investor Conference Call / Webcast Details
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