Sony irons out PS3 production problems

Ben Parfitt
Whilst a few manufacturing hiccups lead to a number of supply problems in its first few months on the market, Sony has stated that PS3 production is now in full swing and that all territories are fully stocked.

Next-Gen’s Tom Ivan reports that Sony is manufacturing 1.7 million blue laser diodes per month, and that the company still intends to ship 11 million PS3s in the 12 months ending April 2008.

“Production problems have now ceased, we're in full production as far as PS3 is concerned and there's a steady chain of supply in North America, Japan and Europe,” an SCE spokesperson said.

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