October 30, 2010
Bharatbook added a new report on “Microprocessor Market to 2020 – MultiCore Processors, Laptops and Smartphones to Drive Growth” provides the key market statistics and analysis on the global microprocessor industry.
Microprocessor Market to 2020 – MultiCore Processors, Laptops and Smartphones to Drive Growth
The report covers the key market drivers, restrains and growth forecasts for major market segments in the microprocessor industry. The rapid growth of smartphones usage in developed and emerging countries is a key growth driver for the microprocessors market. The number of smartphones in use globally is expected to hit 1.7 billion by 2014, driven by an explosion in purchases especially in emerging markets in Asia-Pacific, notably China, India, Central and Latin American states such as Brazil. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=153459&rt=Microprocessor-Market-to-2020-MultiCore-Processors-Laptops-and-Smartphones-to-Drive-Growth.html )
Laptops overtook desktop sales worldwide in 2009 and they are another important growth driver for the global microprocessors market. New product categories like tablets and netbooks have also registered strong initial sales and are increasing their share in the global PC market. This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by team of industry experts.
Mobile Computing is transforming the Microprocessor Industry
The surge in demand for mobile computing power is changing the way the semiconductor industry thinks about chips. These days a smartphone can have a one-gigahertz processor and gigabytes of data storage, roughly equivalent to the power enjoyed by high-end desktop computer owners in 2000. With a host of factors like processing power, audio and video capabilities, power consumption and battery heating on the plate, mobile microprocessor designing has become a challenge. These processors are increasingly finding their way into the mainstream computing industry and have already made a mark in the netbook and tablet segment. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon, Intel’s Atom and Apple’s A4 are some of the microprocessors that have crossed over from mobiles to PCs.
Cloud Computing to Fuel Further Growth in Microprocessors Industry
Cloud computing, touted as the next big thing to happen since the internet, has proved its worth with $60 billion in market revenue in 2009. The market is expected to reach $150.1 billion in 2013. The largest component of the overall cloud services market is cloud-based advertising and made up 58% of the overall market in 2009. Similarly mobile cloud computing is expected to grow 88% from 2009 to 2014. The market was just over $400m last year, but by 2014 it is estimated to reach $9.5 billion. Driving this growth will be the adoption of the new web standard HTML5, increased mobile broadband coverage and the need for always-on collaborative services for the enterprise.
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