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  • n. Alternative form of sell-through.


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  • There are many have played products can sellthrough theblog

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  • Again I made the comment during my prepared remarks that we are not trying to handicap anything more or less into this guidance, simply what we see today based on sellthrough rates in the current economic environment.

  • The material technology group has a very robust demand and although we do see some seasonality in that business in Q2 given the seasonal sellthrough of the smartphone products that manufacture these technology group builds for.

  • We see, if you look at the Enterprise and Infrastructure portion of that, we essentially get back to $166 million that wasn't there in fiscal Q1 because, now that's a share of wallet issue and a sellthrough rate issue.

  • Needed to align sellthrough expectations with reality.

  • "The sellthrough of the product was not what we expected."

  • Blockbuster's drive toward a multi-platform movie rental/sellthrough business took a major step Feb. 16 when the Dallas-based service said T-Mobile USA would begin offering its content downloads on the new Windows-based HTC HD2 mobile phone beginning March 24.

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  • The average title, as opposed to the top 20 blockbuster, has a dev budget average of $20 million, where the break even sellthrough is 1.5 million.

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  • The DEG didn't break out DVD sellthrough, but according to

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  • Despite a promising March, in which sellthrough spending was up 4% and overall consumer spending on home entertainment rose 2%, the lingering effects of the recession continued to make consumers more watchful of their expenditures in the first quarter of this year.

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