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New Research Reports by IDATE Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

20 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – MarketPublishers.com more than happy to inform you that new research studies elaborated by IDATE Consulting & Research are now available at its online catalogues.

World Video Game Markets - Data & Forecasts up to 2020. The global market for video games is set to hit a value of EUR 74.5 billion in 2016. In 2020, it is forecast to be worth EUR 107.6 billion, with its CAGR averaging 9.6 percent over the period 2016-2020. Traditional gaming segments have lost their position given increased competition from games on mobile platforms and online games. APAC is an unrivalled leader in the video games segment and it will maintain this position in the future. Smart toys, in the meantime, become increasingly popular the toys segment…

Public Policies for UFB. This research study is a valuable source of data on ultra-fast broadband rollouts being carried out as a part of national plans backed by the government. The report concentrates on top seven countries: Italy, Germany, Portugal, France, the UK, Sweden and Spain. It explores a current status national programs have in relation of the objectives being set out in the Digital Agenda for Europe. The study covers progress made in coverage rates and focuses on technologies employed. The research report limelights monitoring systems…

Connected Healthcare. The research report offers a comprehensive discussion of potential value proposition being brought out by connected solutions in the healthcare domain. The study insightfully examines connected healthcare markets. It investigates drivers and barriers the marketplaces face. The report looks at player initiatives and covers healthcare value chain. The research study sheds light on such companies as Apple, Withings, AT&T, Medtronic, to name a few…

More new reports by our partner are available at IDATE page


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