ResearchMoz.us, a self-described one-stop online destination to find and buy market research reports and industry analysis, has revealed an expansion of its portfolio to include the addition of a new report, “Next Generation Wireless Devices: Market for Embedded Computing - M2M Solutions - Wearable Devices - Augmented Reality.”
In its report, the research firm holds that the wireless industry is likely to form the foundation for the next electronics super-cycle, and furthermore, tends to elaborate on exactly how this I going to happen.
At the forefront will be next-generation wireless devices that take advantage of embedded computing and machine-to-machine communications, as well as consumer solutions involving wearable computing and next-generation applications such as augmented reality, ResearchMoz.us analysts insist.
This report said that each of these above mentioned segments represents unique market opportunities ranging from market introduction high-growth phases of their life cycles.
The research further added that each of these segments will have a positive impact on semiconductor industry growth. The report includes an evaluation of market trends, drivers, challenges and opportunities with detailed forecasts for revenue and market growth by region and product for each of the following:
Embedded computing through 2017
M2M Forecasts through 2017
Wearable wireless/computing through 2017
Augmented Reality devices and applications through 2017
Target (News - Alert) Audience:
Semiconductor and micro-computer suppliers
Mobile and wireless communications device suppliers
Mobile/wireless network operators and service providers
Next-generation application developers and content providers
Consumer electronics merchandisers and application providers
The full TOC, Tables & Figures are available here.
Last month, the research firm published a study entitled, “Tablets: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, to 2018,” which stated that world tablet markets continues to achieve significant growth as devices are used to access the Internet, provide large-screen visualization of Internet digital data and provide significant ease of use for computing devices.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo