Logitech International's CEO Presents At 40th Annual J.P. Morgan Technology, Media & Telecom Conference (Transcript)

Logitech International SA (LOGI)

40th Annual J.P. Morgan Technology, Media & Telecom Conference Call

May 15, 2012 11:20 a.m. ET

Executives

Guerrino De Luca - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Analysts

Paul Coster - J.P. Morgan

Presentation

Paul Coster - J.P. Morgan

My name is Paul Coster. I’m the senior analyst covering applied and emerging technology at J.P. Morgan. This is 40th annual TMT conference, which is pretty amazing, really, isn’t it? I did talk to some old timers at the first conference a couple of year’s ago and it sounded like it was a bunch of hippies in the room, actually.

Anyway, it’s my great pleasure have Guerrino De Luca, the CEO and Chairman, I believe, of Logitech International here. Welcome and thank you for making the trip here.

Guerrino De Luca

Thanks for having me.

Paul Coster - J.P. Morgan

So, (inaudible) and perhaps you can talk about what Logitech does and is and we’ll talk a little bit about how we got to this point.

Guerrino De Luca

Okay. So, I assume most of you know that we make peripherals, personal peripherals across the multiplicity of platforms, across a multiplicity of markets, geographically as well as from a technical point of view. We come from being the PC guys and, as such, it has been decided that we are dedicators of PC set and we have to prove that we’re somewhat liked and why. We have broadened our portfolio very broadly across other platforms, of course, but that’s what we’re going for. We have the (inaudible) part of being a (inaudible) that we do have much than mice here, 13 different (inaudible) and we offer both in connected devices that as well as in applications such as remote control and music.

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