FARMINGTON, Conn., March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Never before has the mobile and desktop computing industry experienced such dramatic change – change that has significant implications for the connector industry for at least the next decade. High-volume products typically assembled by Asian-based subcontractors and low-volume regionally built custom products characterize the computer and peripherals market. This major market sector exhibits a need for high-density, high-speed connectors and standardized I/O connectors. A typical PC or laptop contains anywhere from 20 to 30 connectors while server or storage devices contain just as many or even more.
In a new report, "Mobile and Desktop Computing Market Analysis and Forecast: 2010-2020 " Bishop & Associates, the global authority on the connectors industry, details how shifts in demand patterns in the mobile and desktop computing market will affect connector manufacturers. While some major segments have reached near commodity status, the entire industry is upheaval due to maturation of the desktop category, slowing growth in notebooks, and the ups and down of ultra-mobile smartphones and tablets. Shifts from traditional devices will present challenges to existing connector product as well as new design opportunities. This report examines these dynamic changes from the perspective of leading OEMs and investigates important questions such as whether turmoil will arise between OEMs and ODM suppliers, will current market leaders be replaced, and where future product and customer penetration efforts be directed.
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"Global and China PC Connector Industry Report, 2012-2013" approximated the PC connector market at $8.4 billion in 2012. European-American companies, Honhai and Foxlink are taking the market lead in the internal connector market for desktop PCs while a number of Taiwanese SMEs dominate the external connector market. In the notebook connector market, Japanese and Taiwanese players hold the monopoly considering nearly 90 percent of notebooks worldwide are manufactured by Taiwanese companies. In the tablet PC sector, external connectors are seldom used by internal connectors are largely provided by Japanese companies including Pansonic, Fujikura (DDK), JAE and Hirose.
ResearchInChina's report provides market size, competition patterns, market segments, goals and strategies of the leading players, reviews, and forecasts for the global PC connector industry market. This report is an ideal complement for participating firms to gather information on their competitors, prepare for market shifts, and evaluate potential opportunities.
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