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Plunkett's InfoTech Industry Almanac 2012: InfoTech Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading Companies

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Plunkett's InfoTech Industry Almanac 2012: InfoTech Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading Companies

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PLUNKETT'S INFOTECH INDUSTRY ALMANAC 2012

Key Features:

• Industry trends analysis, market data and competitive intelligence

• Market forecasts and Industry Statistics

• Industry Associations and Professional Societies List

• In-Depth Profiles of hundreds of leading companies

• Industry Glossary

• Buyer may register for access to search and export data at Plunkett Research Online

Pages: 705Statistical Tables Provided: 12Companies Profiled: 499Geographic Focus: Global

A complete market research report, including forecasts and market estimates, technologies analysis and developments at innovative firms. You will gain vital insights that can help you shape your own strategy for business development, product development and investments.

-How is the industry evolving?

-How is the industry being shaped by new technologies?

-How is demand growing in emerging markets and mature economies?

-What is the size of the market now and in the future?

-What are the financial results of the leading companies?

-What are the names and titles of top executives?

-What are the top companies and what are their revenues?

Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include:

Major Trends Affecting the InfoTech Industry

1) Introduction to the InfoTech Industry

2) Hot Fields Within the InfoTech Sector

3) Memory and Storage Needs Soar While Miniaturization Lowers Prices

4) Tablet and Ultrabook Sales Soar

5) India and China PC Markets Targeted by Manufacturers

6) Supercomputing Hits 10.51 Petaflops

7) New Chips Provide Higher Speeds and Lighter Weights/Consume Less Power

8) Open Source Systems Grow/New Operating Systems Set to Launch

9) Cloud Computing, Software as a Service (SaaS) Point the Way to the Future

10) Wi-Fi Is Pervasive and Indispensable

11) MIMO (802.11n) Enhances WiMAX, the High-Speed Wireless Wave

12) Bluetooth Provides Wireless Connectivity to Millions of Cellphones and Other Devices

13) Broadband Market Nears 1 Billion Subscribers Worldwide

14) Fiber-to-the-Home Gains Traction

15) Multimedia Hub Homes Slowly Become a Reality/TVs Are Internet Ready

16) Health Care Information Research Remains a Leading Use of the Internet

17) U.S. Broadband Connections Rank Behind Other Nations

18) Many Industry Sectors Seek Consulting and Outsourcing Income, Competing with Pure Consultancies

19) The Future: Pervasive Computing, Complete Mobility Will Be Standard

20) Nanotechnology Will Create Powerful Semiconductors in the Near Future

21) Nanotechnology Holds the Key to the Ultra-dense Molecular Memory of the Future

22) Virtualization of Servers Leads to Data Center Efficiency

23) Breakthroughs Achieved in Quantum Computing

InfoTech Industry Statistics

1) InfoTech Industry Overview

2) Internet Access Technologies Compared

3) U.S. InfoTech Industry Quarterly Revenue: 2010-2011

4) Quantity & Value of Quarterly Shipments of Telecommunications Equipment, U.S.: 1st Quarter 2010-1st Quarter 2011

5) Internet Publishing & Broadcasting, Internet Service Providers & Web Search Portals: Estimated Revenue & Expenses, U.S. 2007-2011

6) Estimated Quarterly U.S. Retail Sales, Total & E-Commerce: 1st Quarter 2003-2nd Quarter 2011

7) Top Ten Suppliers & Destinations of U.S. Computers & Electronic Products: 2005-September 2011

8) Value of Computers & Electronic Products Manufacturers' Shipments, Inventories & Orders by Industry, U.S.: 2005-November 2011

9) Exports, Imports & Trade Balance of Computers & Electronic Products, U.S.:2006-September 2011

10) Number of Business & Residential High Speed Internet Lines, U.S.: 2004-2011

11) Computer Industry Employment by Business Type, U.S.: 2006-Oct. 2011

12) InfoTech Employment, U.S.: 1997-2011

Table of Contents

PLUNKETT'S INFOTECH INDUSTRY ALMANAC 2012CONTENTSA Short InfoTech Industry Glossary xIntroduction 1How to Use This Book 3Chapter 1: Major Trends Affecting the InfoTech Industry 71) Introduction to the InfoTech Industry 72) Hot Fields Within the InfoTech Sector 93) Memory and Storage Needs Soar While Miniaturization Lowers Prices 104) Tablet and Ultrabook Sales Soar 125) India and China PC Markets Targeted by Manufacturers 136) Supercomputing Hits 10.51 Petaflops 137) New Chips Provide Higher Speeds and Lighter Weights/Consume Less Power 148) Open Source Systems Grow/New Operating Systems Set to Launch 159) Cloud Computing, Software as a Service (SaaS) Point the Way to the Future 1710) Wi-Fi Is Pervasive and Indispensable 1911) MIMO (802.11n) Enhances WiMAX, the High-Speed Wireless Wave 2012) Bluetooth Provides Wireless Connectivity to Millions of Cellphones and Other Devices 2013) Broadband Market Nears 1 Billion Subscribers Worldwide 2114) Fiber-to-the-Home Gains Traction 2215) Multimedia Hub Homes Slowly Become a Reality/TVs Are Internet Ready 2316) Health Care Information Research Remains a Leading Use of the Internet 2517) U.S. Broadband Connections Rank Behind Other Nations 2618) Many Industry Sectors Seek Consulting and Outsourcing Income, Competing with PureConsultancies 2719) The Future: Pervasive Computing, Complete Mobility Will Be Standard 2820) Nanotechnology Will Create Powerful Semiconductors in the Near Future 2921) Nanotechnology Holds the Key to the Ultra-dense Molecular Memory of the Future 3022) Virtualization of Servers Leads to Data Center Efficiency 3123) Breakthroughs Achieved in Quantum Computing 31Chapter 2: InfoTech Industry Statistics 33InfoTech Industry Overview 34Internet Access Technologies Compared 35U.S. InfoTech Industry Quarterly Revenue: 2010-2011 36Quantity & Value of Quarterly Shipments of Telecommunications Equipment, U.S.:1st Quarter 2010-1st Quarter 2011 37Internet Publishing & Broadcasting, Internet Service Providers & Web Search Portals:Estimated Revenue & Expenses, U.S. 2007-2011 38Estimated Quarterly U.S. Retail Sales, Total & E-Commerce:1st Quarter 2003-2nd Quarter 2011 39Top Ten Suppliers & Destinations of U.S. Computers & Electronic Products:2005-September 2011 40Value of Computers & Electronic Products Manufacturers' Shipments, Inventories &Orders by Industry, U.S.: 2005-November 2011 41Exports, Imports & Trade Balance of Computers & Electronic Products, U.S.:2006-September 2011 42Number of Business & Residential High Speed Internet Lines, U.S.: 2004-2011 43Computer Industry Employment by Business Type, U.S.: 2006-Oct. 2011 44InfoTech Employment, U.S.: 1997-2011 45Chapter 3: Important InfoTech Industry Contacts 46(Addresses, Phone Numbers and Internet Sites)Chapter 4: THE INFOTECH 500:Who They Are and How They Were Chosen 86Industry List, With Codes 87Index of Companies Within Industry Groups 89Alphabetical Index 101Index of Headquarters Location by U.S. State 105Index of Non-U.S. Headquarters Location by Country 109Index by Regions of the U.S. Where the Firms Have Locations 111Index of Firms with International Operations 124Individual Data Profiles on Each of THE INFOTECH 500 130Additional IndexesIndex of Hot Spots for Advancement for Women/Minorities 630Index by Subsidiaries, Brand Names and Selected Affiliations 632

Companies Mentioned

Accenture plcAccess Co LtdAccton Technology CorpAcer IncACI Worldwide IncActivision Blizzard IncAcxiom CorpAdept Technology IncAdobe Systems IncADTRAN IncAdvanced Micro Devices Inc (AMD)Advanced Semiconductor Engineering IncAdvantest CorporationAffiliated Computer Services IncAhnlab IncAisino Corporation IncAkamai Technologies IncAlcatel-LucentAllen Systems Group IncAllscripts Healthcare Solutions IncAlps Electric Co LtdAltera CorpAltran Technologies SAAmdocs LtdAmerican Software IncAmkor Technology IncAmpex CorpAmtech Systems IncAnalog Devices IncAnalysts International CorpAnixter International IncANSYS IncApple IncApplied Materials IncArcSight IncArgon ST IncAriba IncARM Holdings plcArrow Electronics IncArteris IncAsante Networks IncAsk.comAspect Software IncAspen Technology IncAstea International IncASUSTeK Computer Inc (ASUS)Atari IncAtmel CorpATMI IncAtos Origin SAATS Automation Tooling Systems IncAttachmate CorporationAU Optronics CorpAutodesk IncAutonomy Corp plcAvaya IncAviat Networks IncAvid Technology IncAvnet IncAVX CorporationAVY Precision Technology IncBancTec IncBeetel Teletech LimitedBelden IncBenchmark Electronics IncBenQ CorporationBharat Electronics LimitedBioWare CorpBlack Box CorporationBlonder Tongue Laboratories IncBlue Coat Systems IncBMC Software IncBOE Technology Group Co LtdBorland Software CorporationBosch Communications Systems IncBravoSolution SpaBroadcom CorpBroadVision IncBrocade Communications Systems IncBuzz Technologies IncCA Inc (CA Technologies)CACI International IncCadence Design Systems IncCalAmp CorpCalxeda IncCamelot Information Systems IncCanon IncCapgeminiCasio Computer Co LtdCDC Software CorpCDG GroupCDW CorporationCegedim SACelestica IncCGI Group IncCheck Point Software Technologies LtdChicony Electronics Co LtdChimei Innolux CorporationChyron CorpCIBER IncCicero IncCiena CorpCirrus Logic IncCisco Systems IncCitrix Systems IncCognex CorpCognizant Technology Solutions CorpCommtouch Software LtdCompal Electronics IncCOMPAREX GroupCompuCom Systems IncComputer Sciences Corporation (CSC)Compuware CorpComverse Technology IncConcurrent Computer CorpConexant Systems IncCorel CorporationCoremetrics IncCoreSite Realty CorpCray IncCritical Path IncCSG Systems International IncCTS CorpCypress Semiconductor CorpDassault Systemes SAData Robotics IncDatalogic Scanning IncDATATRAK International IncDaum Communications CorpDell IncDiebold IncDigi International IncDigital Angel CorpDigital China Holdings LimitedDigital River IncDigitech Systems Co LtdDimension Data Holdings plcDiodes IncD-Link CorporationDongbu HiTek Co LtdDot Hill Systems CorpDRS Technologies IncDSP Group IncEasyLink Services International CorporationEchelon CorpECI Telecom LtdeClinicalWorksElcom International IncElectronic Arts IncElectronics For Imaging IncElitegroup Computer Systems Co LtdElpida Memory IncEmbarcadero Technologies IncEMC CorpEmdeon IncEmulex CorpEnterasys Networks IncEntrust IncEpic Systems CorporationEpicor Software CorpESS Technology IncExperian Cheetahmail IncExtreme Networks IncF5 Networks IncFabrinetFinisar CorporationFireclick IncFlextronics International LtdFluke NetworksForce10 Networks IncForeSee Results IncForrester Research IncFortinet IncFoxconn International Holdings LtdFoxconn Technology Co LtdFreescale Semiconductor IncFujitsu LimitedFujitsu Network Communications IncFujitsu Technology Solutions (Holding) BVFUSION-IOGarmin LtdGartner IncGateway IncGemalto NVGerber Scientific IncGetronics NVGigamedia LtdGLOBALFOUNDRIES IncGoGridGoogle IncGroupe Steria SCAGSE Systems IncGSI Commerce IncGTSI CorpGuidewire Software IncHanmi Semiconductor Co LtdHarmonic IncHarris CorporationHCL Infosystems LimitedHCL Technologies LtdHewlett-Packard Co (HP)Hitachi LtdHon Hai Precision Industry Company LtdHosiden CorporationHoya CorpHTC CorpHuawei Technologies Co LtdHynix Semiconductor IncIBM Global Business Services (GBS)IBM India Pvt LtdICrossing IncImation CorpImmersion CorpIndra Sistemas SAIndustrial & Financial Systems AB (IFS)Industrial Defender IncInfineon Technologies AGInfor Global SolutionsInfosys Technologies LtdIngram Micro IncINPHI CorporationInsight Enterprises IncInstructivision IncIntel CorpInteractive Intelligence Group IncInterDigital IncIntergraph CorpIntermec IncInternational Business Machines Corp (IBM)International Rectifier CorpIntuit IncInventec CorporationIomega CorpiRobot CorpIsilon Systems IncItautec SAITI LimitedJabil Circuit IncJack Henry & Associates IncJapan Third Party Co LtdJDA Software Group IncJDS Uniphase CorporationJuniper Networks IncKeane IncKEMET CorpKey Tronic CorpKLA Tencor CorpKonami CorpKronos IncL-3 Communications Holdings IncLam Research CorpLattice Semiconductor CorpLenovo Group LimitedLenovo Group LimitedLexar Media IncLexmark International IncLG Display Co LtdLG Electronics IncLG Electronics India Pvt LtdLG Electronics USA IncLihom Co LtdLimelight Networks IncLinear Technology CorpLite-On Technology CorpLivePerson IncLogica plcLogitech International SALogMeln IncLSI CorporationLucasArts Entertainment Company LLCLyric Semiconductor IncMacronix International Co LtdManhattan Associates IncManTech International CorpMarketLive IncMarvell Technology Group LtdMaxim Integrated Products IncMcAfee IncMediaPlatform IncMediaTek IncMedical Information Technology IncMellanox Technologies LtdMEMC Electronic Materials IncMentor Graphics CorpMicrochip Technology IncMicron Technology IncMICROS Systems IncMicrosoft CorpMICROS-RetailMicro-Star InternationalMicroStrategy IncMindspeed Technologies IncMisys plcMiTAC International CorpMitsubishi Electric CorporationModusLink Global Solutions IncMolex IncMoser Baer India LimitedMotorola Mobility IncMotorola Solutions IncMSC Software CorpMulti-Fineline Electronix IncNan Ya PCB CorpNanya Technology CorporationNational Instruments CorpNaviSite IncNavteq CorporationNCR CorporationNEC CorporationNetApp IncNETGEAR IncNetScout Systems IncNetSuite IncNetwork Engines IncNetwork Equipment Technologies IncNidec CorporationNintendo Co LtdNokia CorporationNovatek Microelectronics CorpNovell IncNovellus Systems IncNuance Communications IncNVIDIA CorpNXP Semiconductors NVOCZ Technology Group IncOpen Text CorpOpenTV CorpOpenwave Systems IncOpera Software ASAOPNET Technologies IncOpterna AM IncOracle CorpOverland Storage IncPanasonic CorporationPAR Technology CorporationParametric Technology CorpPC Connection IncPC Mall IncPegasystems IncPegatron CorporationPhoenix Technologies LtdPhotronics IncPinnacle Systems IncPioneer CorporationPitney Bowes Software IncPlantronics IncPLATO Learning IncPlexus CorpPMC-Sierra IncPomeroy IT SolutionsPositivo Informatica SAPowerchip Technology CorpPrimeSense LtdPrintronix IncProgress Software CorpProxim Wireless CorpPulse Electronics CorporationQisda CorporationQlik Technologies IncQLogic CorpQualcomm Atheros IncQualcomm IncQuality Systems IncQuanta Computer IncQuantum CorpQuark Software IncQuest Software IncRadiSys CorpRadware LtdRambus IncRDA Microelectronics IncRealNetworks IncRed Hat IncRedington (India) LtdRenaissance Learning IncRenesas Electronics America IncResearch In Motion Ltd (RIM)Responsys IncRicoh Company LtdRightNow Technologies IncRightScale IncRiverbed Technology IncRocket SoftwareRogue Wave Software IncRohm Co LtdRovi CorporationRoyal Philips Electronics NVRSA Security IncS1 CorporationSafeNet IncSagem TelecommunicationsSAIC IncSalesForce.com IncSamsung Electro-Mechanics Co LtdSamsung Electronics Co LtdSamsung GroupSanDisk CorpSanmina-SCI CorporationSANYO Electric Company LtdSAP AGSAS Institute IncScanSource IncScene7 IncSCSK CorporationSeaChange International IncSeagate Technology plcSega Sammy Holdings IncSeiko Epson CorporationSelectica IncSemiconductor Manufacturing International CorpSerena Software IncSharp CorporationShin Zu Shing Co LtdSiemens AGSiemens LimitedSiemens PLM SoftwareSigma Designs IncSigmaTron International IncSilicon Laboratories IncSiliconware Precision Industries Co LtdSimplo Technology Co LtdSimtrol IncSkillSoft LimitedSkyworks Solutions IncSMART Modular Technologies IncSMTC CorpSoftware AGSolarWindsSonicWALL IncSonus Networks IncSony CorporationSourcefire IncSpanlink CommunicationsSpansionSpectrisSplunk IncSRA International IncStandard Microsystems CorporationSTMicroelectronics NVSunGard Data Systems IncSuper Micro Computer IncSupport.com IncSybase IncSymantec CorpSymmetricom IncSymphony Technology GroupSynaptics IncSYNNEX CorpSynopsys IncTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC)Take-Two Interactive Software IncTata Consultancy Services (TCS)Tech Data CorpTech Mahindra LimitedTekelecTektronix IncTelcordia TechnologiesTeleca ABTelefon AB LM Ericsson (Ericsson)Tellabs IncTelvent GIT SATeradata CorporationTexas Instruments Inc (TI)THQ IncTIBCO Software IncTII Network Technologies IncTokyo Electron LimitedTomTom NVToshiba CorporationTPV Technology LtdTranscend Information IncTrend Micro IncTrilogy IncTrimble Navigation LtdTriZetto Group Inc (The)TTM Technologies IncTXCOM-AxiohmUlticom IncUltimate Software Group IncUnisys CorpUnited Microelectronics CorpUTStarcom IncVarian Semiconductor Equipment Associates IncVASCO Data Security International IncVentyx IncVeriSign IncVIA Technologies IncViasystems Group IncVicorp Group plcVideocon Industries LtdVitesse Semiconductor CorpVMware IncVSE CorpWatchGuard Technologies IncWeb.com Group IncWebsense IncWestell Technologies IncWestern Digital CorpWind River Systems IncWipro LtdWyse Technology IncXerox CorpXilinx IncYahoo! IncZebra Technologies CorpZoom Technologies Inc

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