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Worldwide Motherboard Industry Growth Estimated at 5.9% in 3Q 2016

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 2:57
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Albany, New York, October 26, 2016: Market Research Hub has announced the addition of a new report to its repository. The new report, titled as ‘The Worldwide Motherboard Industry, 3Q 2016’, offers analysis and projection on third quarter performance of the global motherboard sector. This report provides a detailed overview of the motherboard industry and complete analysis of the shipment volume for the period 1Q 2014 to the 2Q 2016.

A motherboard is the heart of a computer system. It is the foremost printed circuit board present in the computers which holds the essential electronic components of the system like- the central processing unit (CPU) and memory unit (MU). It also provides the connectors for other important peripheral devices. In addition to the circuits, a motherboard of a computer system contains a large number of sockets and slots to connect the other components. Totally there are basically four types of major motherboards are existing into global market and it includes AT, XT, LTX (Low profile extension), Baby AT and ATX (Advanced Technology extended).

Moreover, as due to the growth in the number of motherboards with Skylake CPU, motherboard average selling price to some extent in the third quarter of 2016, leading to a sequential growth of 5.9% in 2016. Skylake is the latest generation of the Intel processors. The report also examines manufacturer rankings, CPU connector adoption, shipment destinations, assembly levels, production locations, and business types. The information provided by this report is based on primary data obtained from interviews with motherboard makers.

The research report evaluates industry size and values along with recent quarter review of the worldwide motherboard industry. According to report findings, shipment value of the motherboard industry has declined 6.8% year-on-year to 32.3 million units in the fourth quarter of 2015. Earlier, it had declined 10.4% year-on-year to 28.97 million units in the first quarter of 2016. This decline is estimated to be on account of continued weak market demand and a higher baseline in the fourth quarter of 2015. Following that, overdue launch of-Skylake CPUs contributed to a stronger performance last year in the same period. The industry did live up to expectations and suffered from year-on-year, this leads to sequential declines in the first quarter of year 2016. At some situations, it is anticipated that worldwide motherboard shipment volume will not see a pick-up till the second half of 2016.

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Key motherboard manufacturers profiled in the report include – Intel, Gigabyte Technology, ECS (Elitegroup Computer Systems), MS (Micro star International) AMD, Foxconn, Jetway, Microstar, Pegatron, QCI, T&I, Wistron etc.

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