If you happened not to see anything on the shelves of Toshiba, a brand that had a constant presence in our national market a few years ago, especially in the notebook segment, then it’s because the old giant was one of the icons of Japan for 146 years The field of technology is changing and basically disappearing from the world of consumer technology production.
What’s happening? Well, after Toshiba got rid of its storage division to stay alive (it still owns 40% of Kioxia) and also sold its notebook division to Sharp, now known as ‘Dynabooks’, Toshiba is now planning to split into 3 separate ones and split up independent entities.
An era is coming to an end for Toshiba! Do you know what’s going to happen?
As a result, Toshiba recently announced plans to split it into three separate entities, which in turn will focus on semiconductor manufacturing, infrastructure, and ultimately equipment. What’s the point Apparently it keeps some shareholders “happy” and tries to drive away others (Farallon and Third Point, for example).
At the same time, each “separated” company succeeds in concentrating 100% on its goals, as is now the case with the construction of nuclear power plants. Yes, you read that right, Toshiba is in that market.
However, this reorganization process should only be 100% completed in the second half of 2023.
Besides, what do you think of all of this? Do you remember Toshiba? Did you have a branded laptop many moons ago? Please let us know what you think in the comments below.