Motherboard Shipment Volume Saw 12.2% Decline YoY in 2016, States MIC in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
19 Jun 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Worldwide, the volume of shipment of motherboards totaled 114.5 million units as of 2016, dropping by 12.2% YoY, as the major part of motherboard manufacturers were undergoing difficulties with their inventory levels during the course of the year. Propelled by the novel CPU launches, the decline in global motherboard shipments is projected to slow down throughout 2017, which will likely result in the industry have a more sustained upsurge in growth, beginning from Q2 2017.
Intel, AMD, and Nvidi are the dominant players in the market space.
New research report “Worldwide Motherboard Forecast, 2017 - 2021” drawn up by MIC provides a shrewd, unbiased assessment of the market for motherboards from a global perspective.
Specifically, the study offers trustworthy data on the motherboard shipment volume during 2015 - 2021 and also 1Q 2015 - 4Q 2017. It also provides the global volume of motherboards shipped by region, 2010 – 2017, as well as global motherboard shipment volume share by region from 2010 to 2017. The research also provides details about the volume ratio of motherboard/worldwide desktop PCs shipped and expected to be shipped globally during 2015 -2021.
Reasons to Buy:
- identify key trends and developments in the worldwide motherboard market space;
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