Headquartered in Tuchen, New Taipei Taiwan, and founded in 1974, Foxconn Technology Group is the world’s largest electronics contractor manufacturer. Producing a large variety of electronic products such as Motherboards, Chassis, Card Readers, Graphics Cards, LCD Monitors, and Power Supplies, many well-known brands of today have or are using Foxconn to produce their own products. Such brands include Acer, Apple, Microsoft, Dell, Google, Toshiba, Sony, Amazon, Nintendo, Blackberry Ltd., and Hewlett-Packard. Mainstream consumer electronic products that are manufactured by Foxconn include the iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Playstation 4, Xbox One, and the Wii U. In addition to electronic products, Foxconn is also a major manufacture of electronic connectors including Board-to-Board Connectors, Cable Assemblies, Fiber Optics, I/O Connectors, PCB Connectors, and Switches. Foxconn’s electronics manufacturing services reach the worldwide market. The company has factories in China, Brazil, Europe, India, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, South Korea, and the United States. All combined, Foxconn’s factories produce approximately 40 percent of all consumer electronics sold worldwide.