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Computing Electronics - Global Trends, Estimates and Forecasts to 2018

DUBLIN, January 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/llfv9t/computing) has announced the addition of the "Computing Electronics - Global Trends, Estimates and Forecasts to 2018" report to their offering. 

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Global Market Watch:

With a CAGR of 10 %, global market value for computing electronics application sector is anticipated to be worth US$436.7 billion by 2018. On a global scale, Asia-Pacific accounts for more than 35% of the market share. While US accounts for the largest share of the global market value on a country basis, India and China surpasses the US in terms of growth rate anticipated in the near future. Among the application sectors, Computer Peripherals account for the largest share of the entire market, driving a CAGR of 9.1% during the analysis period 2011-2018. Super Computers see as the fastest growing application with a forecast CAGR of approximately 14.2% by 2018, Video Games are most demanding application on personal computers based on the recent advancements and innovation technologies in gaming industry.

Report Focus:

The report Computing Electronics - Global Trends, Estimates and Forecasts, 2011-2018' reviews the latest computing electronics market trends with a perceptive attempt to disclose the near-future growth prospects. An in-depth analysis on a geographic basis provides strategic business intelligence for electronics sector investments. The study reveals profitable investment strategies for electronics companies, business executives, product marketing managers, new business investors and many more in preferred locations. 

The report primarily focuses on:

  • Emerging Market Trends
  • Advancements in the Technological Space
  • Market Demand of the Segments (By-Region)
  • Key Growth Areas and Market Size
  • Region-Wise Demand Factor
  • Key Competitors Edge
  • Investment Strategies

The analysis primarily deals with applications. Further, the subdivided categories include:

  • Computer Peripherals
  • Video Games
  • Super Computers

Key Topics Covered: 

I. Report Focus

A. Electronics
Definition
Electronic Components - Definition
Early Electronic Components

Types Of Circuits
Electronic Components And Their Classification
A. Terminal
B. Connector
C. Cable Assembly
D. Switch
E. Resistor
F. Capacitor
G. Transducer
H. Sensor
I. Semiconductors
J. Optoelectronic Devices

History Of Electronics
Electronics Before 20Th Century
Electronics Of The Early 20Th Century
Discovery Of The Transistor Effect
The Endless Journey Of Electronics After Transistor
The Impact Of Electronics On Computing
The Global Impact Of Computing

Electronics In The 21St Century
Conclusion

An Overview Of Key Electronic Devices

B. Computing Electronics

1. Computer Peripherals
Hardware
A. Scanner
B. Cpu (Microprocessor)
C. Primary Storage (Ram)
D. Expansion Cards (Graphics Cards, Etc.)
E. Power Supply
F. Optical Disc Drive
G. Secondary Storage (Hard Disk)
External Hard Disk
Hard Disk Drive

H. Motherboard
Modern Motherboards Include, At A Minimum

I. Speakers
J. Monitor
Technologies
Cathode Ray Tube
Liquid Crystal
Organic Light-Emitting Diode

K. System Software
L. Application Software
M. Keyboard
N. Mouse
History Of The Computer Mouse

Variants Of The Computer Mouse
Mechanical Mice
Optical Mouse
Inertial And Gyroscopic Mice
3D Mice
Tactile Mice

O. Printer
P. Computer Case
Q. Calculators

2. Video Game
Video Game Accessories

3. Super Computer
Super Computer Evolution
Supercomputer And Mainframe
Applications

C. Computing Electronics - Application - Market Briefing
North America
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Rest Of World

Ii. Market Analysis
Computing Electronics - Application - Industry Snapshot

A. Computing Electronics - Segmentation
Computing Electronics - By Global

Computing Electronics - By Geographic
North America
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Rest Of World

Computing Electronics - Application
Computing Electronics - Application - By Geography
Computer Peripherals
North America
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Rest Of World

Video Games
North America
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Rest Of World

Super Computers
North America
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Rest Of World

D. Growth Rate Analysis
Global Computing Electronics Market Growth Rates

Computing Electronics - Application
Global Computing Electronics Application - Market Growth Rates

E. Investment Focus

Iii. Industry Overview
Early History [Origins To The 1950S]
Growth, Innovation And Dominance In The Modern World: [1960S To Present]
Miniaturization: A Defining Feature
Commonly Used Terms And Technical Definitions
U.S. Trade Industry Of Electronic Tools For Consumers
The Current State Of U.S. Electronics Retailing

B. Key Company Profiles
North America
Asia-Pacific
Europe

IV. Industry Company Database
A. Computing Electronics - Company Database
B. Electronics - Industry Company Database

V. Appendix
Research Focus
About Axis Research Mind
Disclaimer
Feedback

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