IHS announced it forecasts that PC Solid-State Drive (SSD) shipments will rise to 227 million units in 2017, up more than 600% from 2012, while shipments of hard disk drives (HDDs) will decline to 410 million units in 2017, down 14% from 2012.
IHS announced it reckons that the growth of the U.S. Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) market continued to decelerate in the fourth quarter of 2012.
IHS announced it reckons that although Blu-ray 3D makes up roughly 8% of the physical video business, it is quickly coming of age in the U.S. market.
IHS announced it reckons that the global 3D consumer market is thriving, with clear and discernible growth across its major platforms, including cinema, home video and pay television Video-on-Demand (VOD).
IHS announced it reckons that consumer demand for Ultra High Definition 4K LCD televisions will remain negligible for the foreseeable future.
IHS announced it reckons that, a year after the Thailand flooding disaster, the global hard disk drive (HDD) industry has fully recovered and forecasts shipments to the computer market will hit a record level this year.
IHS announced it reckons that, following a 30% drop during the first three months of 2012, worldwide shipments of flat-panel televisions returned to growth in the second quarter.
IHS announced it reckons that Plasma’s share of all TVs available at U.S. retailers in July fell to its lowest level since the first quarter of 2011.
IHS announced it forecasts that global consumer spending on connected TV video gaming will grow to $1.6 billion in 2016, up from $88.0 million in 2012.
IHS announced it reckons that the average retail price of flat panel televisions available in the U.S. rose to the highest level in two-and-a-half years during the second quarter of 2012.
IHS announced it reckons that Samsung shipped more LCD TVs in the first quarter of 2012 than its competitors, continuing to outmuscle the likes of LG, Sony, Toshiba and Sharp.
IHS announced it reckons that Vizio has reclaimed its lead over rival Samsung in U.S. LCD TV shipments.
IHS announced it reckons that, by 2015, nearly half of all devices that receive television services form the largest global pay-TV operators will be PCs, smartphones and tablets.
IHS announced it reckons that competition among TV networks to air top movies is so intense that some stations will pay eight-figure fees, in some cases committing to healthy per-box-office-dollar payment formulas even before the movies open on the big screen.
IHS announced it forecasts that sales of cache Solid-State Drives (SSDs) will outstrip those of hybrid hard disk drives (HDDs) in the Ultrabook storage market.