Connector Industry Reports

Computer Market and Big Data Systems and Connectors 2017 to 2022 and Beyond


Report Number: M-860-18
Price: $3950.00
Publication Date: January 2018





Computer Market and Big Data Systems and Connectors 2017 to 2022 and Beyond

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Worldwide the third largest market sector, the computer and computer peripheral market, generated $8.4 billion in connector sales in 2017. Covering a variety of equipment types including desktop computers, mobile computers (laptops and tablets), servers, storage equipment, and computer peripherals, the computer market is presently undergoing a major change which will challenge OEMs and suppliers alike.

  • What is triggering and driving this change?
  • What role is cloud computing and public data centers playing in this change?
  • How is the transfer of hardware procurement and installation changing?
  • How will this change affect the traditional role of the connector manufacturer?
  • What role will photonics play in future computer systems?

Bishop & Associates latest research report, Computer Market and Big Data Systems and Connectors 2017 to 2022 and Beyond provides the answers to these questions and others. The report looks at current connectors and systems and examines present and future factors which are anticipated to change the way we develop, market, procure and install these products. Understand this change and be prepared for it, order your copy of Bishop & Associates latest research report Computer Market and Big Data Systems and Connectors 2017 to 2022 and Beyond.

Computer Market and Big Data Systems and Connectors 2017 to 2022 and Beyond

Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Introduction
  • 1.1 Definitions and Trends
  • Interconnect Levels of Packaging
  • Computer Market Characteristics
  • Computer Market and Technology Disruptions
  • 1.2 Top PC and Server Manufacturers
  • Table 1.1 – Top PC, Notebook, and Server Manufacturers – 2017
  • 1.3 Tablets
Chapter 3 – Computer Industry
  • 3.1 Computer Industry
  • 3.2 Amazon Web Services
  • 3.3 Apple Computer, Inc.
  • 3.4 Acer Inc.
  • 3.5 Asus Computer Corp
  • 3.6 ASRock
  • 3.7 Compal Electronics
  • 3.8 Cal Comp Electronics and Communications
  • 3.9 Clevo Group
  • 3.10 Dell Technologies
  • 3.11 Hewlett Packard
  • 3.12 IBM
  • 3.13 Lenovo
  • 3.14 Microsoft
  • 3.15 Oracle
  • 3.16 Cisco Systems
  • 3.17 Intel
  • 3.18 Inspur Systems
  • 3.19 Pegatron
  • 3.20 Quanta Computer
  • 3.21 SuperMicro
  • 3.22 Complete List of Computer Manufacturers
  • 3.23 Final Comments
  • Who will be the Future Leaders?
  • Computer Unit Shipment Forecast 2010-2027
  • Table and PC/MAC Unit Shipments 2010-2027
  • Server Unit Shipments 2010-2027
  • Cloud/Data Center, Industrial/Robotic, and Mainframe/Scientific 2010-2027
Chapter 4 – Photonics
  • 4.1 Photonics Introduction – What Will be Needed in Future Computer Systems?
  • 4.2 Interconnection Technology
  • 4.3 Companies and On-board Optics
  • Table 4.1 – Connector Levels of Packaging
  • 4.5 Manufacturing Equipment and Processes
  • Connectors, Cable Assemblies and Transceiver Manufacturing
  • Connector Materials
  • Connector Quality & Reliability
  • Environmental Technology
  • Test and Inspection
  • 4.6 Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing
  • 4.7 Issues Critical to Silicon Photonics Adoption
  • 4.8 Sea Changes
  • 4.9 State of High Volume Manufacturing in US Electronics Manufacturing
  • 4.10 US Manufacturing
  • Tables 4.2 to 4.9: US Shipments of Electrical & Electronic Products 1995 – 2023
  • 4.11 Technology Roadmaps for Select Fiber Optic Interconnect Products
  • Table 4.10 Technology Roadmap: MXC Single-Mode Fiber Optic Connector
  • Table 4.11 Technology Roadmap MPO Single-Mode Fiber Optic Connector
  • Table 4.12 Technology Roadmap Active Optic Cable Assembly (AOC) IPSR Consortium 2000-2025
  • Table 4.13 Technology Roadmap Generic MM to SM Fiber Optic Connectors 2014-2025
  • Table 4.14 Technology Roadmap Generic High Performance (= 10G) Backplane Connectors 2000-2025
  • Table 4.15 Technology Roadmap Discrete Optical Interposers PSMC Consortium 2014-2025
  • Table 4.16 Organic Printed Circuit Board Photonics Roadmap 2014-2025
  • IPSR on Board Optical Interconnect Project
  • Organic PCB Roadmap Comments
  • 4.12 What does this Chapter Mean?
  • Table 4.17 US Shipments Electronic Components other than Semiconductors 1995 – 2025 Trend
Chapter 5 – Statistics and Summary
  • 5.1 Connector Sales Forecast by Sub-Sector
  • Total World Computer & Computer Peripherals Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • 2017 Markey Share by Sub-Sector
  • 2022F Market Share by Sub-Sector
  • Total World Computer & Computer Peripherals Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 5-Year CAGR
  • North American Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • North American Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2017 versus 2022F
  • European Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • European Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2017 versus 2022F
  • Japanese Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • Japanese Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2017 versus 2022F
  • Chinese Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • Chinese Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2017 versus 2022F
  • Asia Pacific Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • Asia Pacific Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2017 versus 2022F
  • ROW Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • ROW Computer & Computer Peripheral Connector Sales by Sub-Sector 2017 versus 2022F
  • 5.2 Unit Forecast by Select Equipment Type
  • North American Computer & Computer Peripheral Units by Select Equipment Type 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • North American Computer & Computer Peripheral 5-Year CAGR by Select Equipment Type
  • European Computer & Computer Peripheral Units by Select Equipment Type 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • European Computer & Computer Peripheral 5-Year CAGR by Select Equipment Type
  • Japanese Computer & Computer Peripheral Units by Select Equipment Type 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • Japanese Computer & Computer Peripheral 5-Year CAGR by Select Equipment Type
  • Chinese Computer & Computer Peripheral Units by Select Equipment Type 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • Chinese Computer & Computer Peripheral 5-Year CAGR by Select Equipment Type
  • Asia Pacific Computer & Computer Peripheral Units by Select Equipment Type 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • Asia Pacific Computer & Computer Peripheral 5-Year CAGR by Select Equipment Type
  • ROW Computer & Computer Peripheral Units by Select Equipment Type 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • ROW Computer & Computer Peripheral 5-Year CAGR by Select Equipment Type
  • Total World Computer & Computer Peripheral Units by Select Equipment Type 2016, 2017, 2018F & 2022F with Percent Change and 5-Year CAGR
  • Total World Computer & Computer Peripheral 5-Year CAGR by Select Equipment Type
  • 5.3 Summary and Comments

Computer Market and Big Data Systems and Connectors 2017 to 2022 and Beyond

Bishop and Associates, Inc. has just released a new five-chapter research report providing an analysis of the computer market, the OEM equipment associated with this market and the connectors and cable assemblies that support this market. The report examines various types of computer equipment, including tablets, servers, and storage equipment and covers connector sales associated with these products. Connector sales statistics for the years 2017, 2018F and 2022F by computer market sub-sector are provided by region of the world. Similar information by unit is provided for select equipment types.

The computer and datacom industry is undergoing a major change which will challenge OEMs and suppliers alike. Much of this is based on the use of cloud computing and pubic data centers that are developing and utilizing their own equipment and often using ODMs for assembly. This practice is transferring the procurement and installation of hardware from the end user to the data center provider, and OEMs, including data center, OEM computer, datacom, and storage manufacturers, EMS/contract manufacturers, datacom distributors and cable manufacturers.

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Looking forward, an entire chapter is devoted to the role photonics may play in future computer systems. Many are predicting that computer and datacom equipment will have to transition to on-board optics in the near future in order to accommodate the need for speed and bandwidth. A review and discussion of companies presently involved in photonics and interconnects is provided, as well as the issues critical to silicon photonics adoption.

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