Asia Gives Silicon Valley a Run for its Money

Tony Sagami

You know you can easily look to the Nasdaq or the NYSE to find today’s tech leaders. But as for the companies’ physical locations, don’t be surprised to find out that some of the biggest players have their roots in Asia. In fact, today’s top two chip-makers are located in Taiwan!

Plus, while many U.S. companies have overseas operations, some are actually relocating to places like Beijing, Thailand and Singapore. And in today’s video, we’ll look at why Asia is providing some serious competition for Silicon Valley, and the companies setting this trend.

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Posted 05-25-2012 12:15 PM by Tony Sagami