Entertainment tech market to exceed $80 billion

August 19, 2008

According to a new technical market research report, “Global Markets for Entertainment Technologies” from BCC Research, the global market for entertainment technology was worth $57.3 billion in 2006. This is expected to increase to $66.9 billion in 2008, and by 2013 the market should be worth $83.3 billion, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.5 percent.

The market is divided into entertainment technology devices and programmed entertainment technology. Entertainment technology devices include technology toys and gadgets, home theater systems, multifunctional personal devices, consumer imaging technology, in-vehicle entertainment systems and out-of-home entertainment technology. Programmed entertainment technology includes television and online entertainment and fixed media entertainment.¹

¹EChannelLine.com

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Intel’s System-on-a-Chip Enable New Embedded Markets

July 28, 2008

Advances in underlying embedded technologies are enabling the rapid growth in the embedded market with software becoming an important source of differentiation in many industries. According to a report from BCC Research, the worldwide embedded systems market is expected to reach $88 billion by 2009,” concluded Dr. Banga.

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Global market for imaging components to jump by 7.8% by 2012

July 21, 2008

The global market for imaging components is expected to jump from $35.5 billion in 2005 to more than $58 billion in 2012, according to the “Electronics and Components in Global Imaging Markets” market research report from BCC Research

¹I-micronews.com

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Global Printed Electronics Worth $8.8B by 2013

July 18, 2008

The market includes optoelectronics, radio frequency, energy, sensors and other applications. Optoelectronics applications dominate the market with a share of more than 85% in 2007 and 2008, but will decline to 69% in 2013.¹

¹Chelsey Drysdale; CircuitWorks.com

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