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This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed May 8, 2009.

Net Revenue

Product sales

For our product sales segment, we do not charge our customers an independent design fee. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue is net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecom equipment, industrial business and digital consumer electronics manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

Our net revenues are subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. All product module sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to the desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Net revenues have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. The digital media industry also experiences cyclical fluctuations, as well as fluctuations in how quickly certain new digital media products and technologies are adopted by the market. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

Services Revenue

We provide software design technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

These excerpts taken from the COGO 10-K filed Mar 16, 2009.

Net Revenue

Product sales

For our component sales segment, we do not charge our customers an independent design fee. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue is net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecommunications equipment and digital consumer electronics manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market. Our three largest customers in the mobile handset market in terms of 2008 net revenue were ZTE, both a large domestic mobile handset manufacturer and one of the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturers in China, TCL and Beijing Tianyu Communication Equipment. Our two largest customers from the telecommunications equipment industry in terms of 2008 net revenue were ZTE and Wuhan Research Institute of Post & Telecommunications, a major telecommunications equipment manufacturer in China. Our largest customer in the digital media end-market in terms of 2008 net revenue was T&W Electronics, a major broadband terminal equipment and digital consumer electronic provider in China. During 2008, ZTE, T&W Electronics, Wuhan Research Institute of Post & Telecommunications, Beijing Tianyu Communications Equipment and TCL, accounted for 11.6%, 10.2%, 5.3%, 3.5% and 3.2% of our net revenue, respectively.

Our net revenue are subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. All product module sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Net revenue have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. The digital media industry also experiences cyclical fluctuations, as well as fluctuations in how quickly certain new digital media products and technologies are adopted by the market. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

Services Revenue

We provide technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers. Our service revenue is net of business tax.

Net Revenue

FACE="Times New Roman" SIZE="2">Product sales

For our component sales segment, we do not charge our customers an independent design
fee. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales
price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue is net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

STYLE="margin-top:12px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecommunications equipment and digital consumer electronics
manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture
end-products in China for the domestic and international market. Our three largest customers in the mobile handset market in terms of 2008 net revenue were ZTE, both a large domestic mobile handset manufacturer and one of the largest
telecommunications equipment manufacturers in China, TCL and Beijing Tianyu Communication Equipment. Our two largest customers from the telecommunications equipment industry in terms of 2008 net revenue were ZTE and Wuhan Research Institute of
Post & Telecommunications, a major telecommunications equipment manufacturer in China. Our largest customer in the digital media end-market in terms of 2008 net revenue was T&W Electronics, a major broadband terminal equipment and
digital consumer electronic provider in China. During 2008, ZTE, T&W Electronics, Wuhan Research Institute of Post & Telecommunications, Beijing Tianyu Communications Equipment and TCL, accounted for 11.6%, 10.2%, 5.3%, 3.5% and 3.2% of
our net revenue, respectively.

Our net revenue are subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. All product module
sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Net revenue have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due
to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. The digital media industry also experiences cyclical fluctuations, as well as fluctuations in how quickly certain new digital media products and
technologies are adopted by the market. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

Services Revenue

We provide technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when
our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers. Our service revenue is net of business tax.

This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed Nov 7, 2008.

Net Revenue

Product sales

For our component sales segment, we do not charge our customers an independent design fee. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue includes a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecommunications equipment, digital consumer electronics and industrial manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

Our net revenues are subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. All product module sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to the desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Net revenues have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. The digital media industry also experiences cyclical fluctuations, as well as fluctuations in how quickly certain new digital media products and technologies are adopted by the market. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

Services Revenue

We provide software design technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

 

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This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed Aug 8, 2008.

Net Revenue

Product sales

For our component sales segment, we do not charge our customers an independent design fee. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue includes a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecom equipment, digital consumer electronics and industrial manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

Our net revenues are subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. All product module sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to the desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Net revenues have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. The digital media industry also experiences cyclical fluctuations, as well as fluctuations in how quickly certain new digital media products and technologies are adopted by the market. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

Services Revenue

We provide software design technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed May 9, 2008.

Net Revenue

Product sales

For our component sales segment, we do not charge our customers an independent design fee. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue includes a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecom equipment and digital consumer electronics manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

Our net revenues are subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. All product module sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to the desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Net revenues have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. The digital media industry also experiences cyclical fluctuations, as well as fluctuations in how quickly certain new digital media products and technologies are adopted by the market. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

Services Revenue

We provide software design technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

These excerpts taken from the COGO 10-K filed Mar 17, 2008.

Net Revenue

Product sales

For our component sales segment, we do not charge our customers an independent design fee. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue includes a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecom equipment and digital consumer electronics manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market. Our largest customer in the mobile handset market in terms of 2006 net revenue was ZTE, both a large domestic mobile handset manufacturer and one of the largest telecom equipment manufacturers in China. Our three largest customers from the telecom equipment industry in terms of 2007 net revenue were ZTE, Huawei and Wuhan Research Institute of Post & Telecommunications, major telecom equipment manufacturers in China. Our largest customer in the digital media end-market in terms of 2007 net revenue was T&W Electronics, a major broadband terminal equipment and digital consumer electronic provider in China. During 2007, ZTE, T&W Electronics, Wuhan Research Institute of Post & Telecommunications, Young Poong Electronics and Huawei, accounted for 15.9%, 10.2%, 5.1%, 4.1% and 3.6% of our net revenue, respectively.

Our net revenue are subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. All product module sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Net revenue have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. The digital media industry also experiences cyclical fluctuations, as well as fluctuations in how quickly certain new digital media products and technologies are adopted by the market. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

Services Revenue

We provide technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

 

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Net Revenue

STYLE="margin-top:6px;margin-bottom:0px; margin-left:2%">Product sales

For our component sales
segment, we do not charge our customers an independent design fee. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase
price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue includes a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.


Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecom equipment and digital consumer electronics
manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture
end-products in China for the domestic and international market. Our largest customer in the mobile handset market in terms of 2006 net revenue was ZTE, both a large domestic mobile handset manufacturer and one of the largest telecom equipment
manufacturers in China. Our three largest customers from the telecom equipment industry in terms of 2007 net revenue were ZTE, Huawei and Wuhan Research Institute of Post & Telecommunications, major telecom equipment manufacturers in China.
Our largest customer in the digital media end-market in terms of 2007 net revenue was T&W Electronics, a major broadband terminal equipment and digital consumer electronic provider in China. During 2007, ZTE, T&W Electronics, Wuhan Research
Institute of Post & Telecommunications, Young Poong Electronics and Huawei, accounted for 15.9%, 10.2%, 5.1%, 4.1% and 3.6% of our net revenue, respectively.

FACE="Times New Roman" SIZE="2">Our net revenue are subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. All product module sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets
allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Net revenue have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. The digital
media industry also experiences cyclical fluctuations, as well as fluctuations in how quickly certain new digital media products and technologies are adopted by the market. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

Services Revenue

We
provide technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

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This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed Nov 9, 2007.

Net Revenue

Product Revenue

We do not charge our customers an independent design fee for our solutions. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customers for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net sales include a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecom equipment and digital consumer electronics manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

Services Revenue

We provide technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed Aug 9, 2007.

Net Revenue

Product Revenue

We do not charge our customers an independent design fee for our solutions. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customers for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net sales include a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecom equipment and digital consumer electronics manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

Services Revenue

We provide technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers. Since beginning this service in early 2006, Huawei has accounted for substantially all of our services revenue.

This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed May 10, 2007.

Net Revenue

Product Revenue

We do not charge our customers an independent design fee for our solutions. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customers for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net sales includes a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Our broad and diversified customer base includes many of the major domestic mobile handset, telecom equipment and digital consumer electronics manufacturers in China. In addition, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and contract manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

 

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Services Revenue

We provide technology and engineering services, and related training and maintenance services to our customers. We generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers. Since beginning this service in early 2006, Huawei has accounted for substantially all of our services revenue.

This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed Nov 14, 2006.

Net Revenue

Component Solutions

We provide module design solutions to our customers and generate revenue when our customers purchase from us certain specific components required in our module designs. Our net revenue is revenue net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Over the last three years, we have worked with over 200 customers. In addition to many of the largest China-based manufacturers of mobile handsets, telecommunications equipment and digital media products, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as system designers and manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

Engineering Services

We provide technology and engineering services, business process outsourcing, network system integration and related training and maintenance services to our customers and generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed Aug 14, 2006.

Net Revenue

Component Solutions

We provide module design solutions to our customers and generate revenue when our customers purchase from us certain specific components required in our module designs. Our net revenue is revenue net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Over the last three years, we have worked with over 200 customers. In addition to many of the largest China-based manufacturers of mobile handsets, telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics products, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

 

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Engineering Services

We provide technology and engineering services, business process outsourcing, network system integration and related training and maintenance services to our customers and generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed May 15, 2006.

Net Revenue

Component Solutions

We provide module design solutions to our customers free of charge and generate revenue when our customers purchase from us certain specific components required in our module designs. Our net revenue is revenue net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

Over the last three years, we have worked with over 200 customers. In addition to many of the largest China-based manufacturers of mobile handsets, telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics products, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

Engineering Services

We provide technology and engineering services, business process outsourcing, network system integration and related training and maintenance services to our customers and generate revenue when our services are rendered and acknowledged by our customers.

 

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This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-K filed Mar 28, 2006.

Net Revenue

We do not charge our customers an independent design fee for our solutions. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue is revenue net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

 

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Over the last three years, we have worked with over 200 customers. In addition to many of the largest China-based manufacturers of mobile handsets, telecom equipment and digital consumer electronics products, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market. Our largest customer in the mobile handset market for 2005 was ZTE, which is one of China’s largest domestic mobile handset manufacturers. Our top revenue producing customer from the telecom equipment industry, based on aggregate sales for 2004 and 2005, has been Huawei, one of China’s largest telecom equipment suppliers. During 2005, Huawei, ZTE and T&W, another major broadband terminal equipment manufacturer in China, each accounted for more than 7% of our net revenue and collectively accounted for approximately 24% of our net revenue. The loss of, or significant reduction in orders from, any of these customers will have a material adverse impact on our operating results.

Our net revenue is subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. Telecom equipment related module sales are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to desire by OEMs to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Telecom equipment related module sales have historically been lowest in the first quarter of the year due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. Mobile handset and digital consumer electronics related module sales are typically highest in the first and fourth quarters of the year due to the Chinese New Year and Christmas holidays, and lowest in the second and third quarters. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-Q filed May 16, 2005.

Net Revenue

 

We do not charge our customers an independent design fee for our solutions. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue is revenue net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

 

Over the last three years, we have worked with over 200 customers. In addition to many of the largest China-based manufacturers of wireless handsets, telecom equipment and consumer electronics products, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market.

 

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This excerpt taken from the COGO 10-K filed Mar 31, 2005.

NET REVENUE

 

We do not charge our customers an independent design fee for our solutions. Instead, our business model is to generate revenue by reselling a limited number of specific components required in our module reference design. The difference between the purchase price we pay our suppliers for these components and our sales price to the customer for these components compensates us for our design, technical support and distribution services. Our net revenue is revenue net of a 17% value-added tax, or VAT.

 

We have over 200 customers. In addition to many of the largest China-based manufacturers of mobile handsets, telecom equipment and consumer electronics products, our customers include industry participants supporting these OEMs, such as subsystem designers and manufacturers in China, as well as international manufacturers who have begun to manufacture end-products in China for the domestic and international market. Our largest customer in the mobile handset segment has been TCL, which is one of China’s largest domestic mobile handset manufacturers. Our top two revenue producing customers from the telecom equipment industry based on aggregate sales for 2003 and 2004 have been Huawei and ZTE, China’s two largest telecom equipment suppliers. During 2004, Huawei, ZTE and UTStarcom, another major telecom equipment manufacturer in China, each accounted for more than 10% of our net revenue and collectively accounted for 36% of our net revenue. The loss of, or significant reduction in orders from, any of these customers would have a material adverse impact on our operating results.

 

Our net revenue is subject to seasonal fluctuation and periods of increased demand. Sales of telecom equipment related modules are typically highest in the fourth quarter of the year due to desire by equipment purchasers to spend remaining budgets allocated for a given period, usually on an annual basis. Sales of telecom equipment related modules have historically been lowest in the first quarter due to the Chinese New Year holiday and the general reduction in sales following the holiday season. Sales of mobile handset and consumer product related modules are typically highest in the first and fourth quarters of the year due to the Chinese New Year and Christmas holidays, and lowest in the second and third quarters. These sales patterns may not be indicative of future sales performance.

 

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