World Passive Electronic Components Industry Future Reviewed in New Study Available at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) March 30, 2012

Electronic components are the backbone of industries such as computers, telecommunications, consumer electronics, and many others. They are also increasingly used in industries such as automotive, medical electronics, aerospace, and defense. Growth in electronic components would be characterized by the development of technologies and innovations in the electronic industry. Each sector is driven by a key trend that stimulates the growth of that industry. The demand in the telecommunications industry is characterized by the expansion of the communications network across the world. The increasing adoption and transition toward 3G/4G technologies and increasing bandwidth in Internet communication have stirred the need for electronic devices, thereby leading to the growth of electronic components.

New research study Passive Electronic Components: World Market Outlook: 2012-2017 prepared by Paumanok Publications has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Passive Electronic Components: World Market Outlook: 2012-2017

Published: March, 2012

Pages: 286

Price: US$ 2,750

http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/electronic_devices/passive_electronic_components_world_market_outlook_2012_2017.html

The study delves into in-depth research and detailed analysis of the world passive electronic components industry. It makes future price, value and volume forecasts for each passive component as well as a historical record of demand cycles from 1993-2012 and forecasts from 2013 to 2017. A current analysis of each end-use market segment is used to make tactical forecasts for FY 2012 and long term forecasts about each of the key passive electronic component product lines to 2017. Furthermore, elaborate profiles of all key vendors of passive components are also included.

Report Contents:

1. Introduction to Passive Component Markets, Technologies & Opportunities

About the Author

Research Methodology Employed

The Paumanok Research Methodology

Government Data Collection and Resources

Secondary Published Sources

Primary Intelligence Gathering

The Passive Component Supply Chain

Mining of Raw Materials

Raw Materials Processing

Component Manufacturing

Component Distribution

End-Market Consumption

Recycling of Critical Materials

Technical Economic Maxims Related To Passive Electronic Components

The Two Technical Economic Maxims Associated with Passive Components

Ubiquitous Nature of Passive Components

Relationship Between Capacitance and Available Surface Area

Financial Considerations With Respect To This Report

The Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2012

Currency Translation

Volume, Value and Pricing Data

2. Executive Summary: 2012-2017 Market Outlook

Passive Component Markets Down 7.7% for the Fiscal Year Ending March 2012

Reasons For Decline in FY 2012 and FY 2013 Outlook

Worldwide Capacitor Market Growth: Changes in Value, Volume and Unit Pricing: FY 2012

Worldwide Linear Resistor Market Growth: Changes in Value, Volume and Unit Pricing: FY 2012

Worldwide Discrete Inductor Market Growth: Changes in Value, Volume and Unit Pricing: FY 2012

Volume Shipment Update: FY 2012-2017

Trend In Global Volume Shipments For Passive Components: 2003-2012; 2013-2017 Forecast

Volume of Passive Component Consumption By Type (Capacitors, Linear Resistors and Inductors): 2012 FY Ending March

Value Shipment Update: FY 2012

Global Consumption Value For Passive Components: 2003-2012; 2013-2017 Forecasts

Value of Passive Component Consumption By Type (Capacitors, Resistors and Inductors): 2012 FYI

Pricing Update: FY 2012 & Outlook

Average Unit Selling Price For Passive Electronic Components: 2003-2011; 2012-2017 Forecasts

Regional Market Update: FY 2012

Regional Consumption Forecasts for Passive Components For The Year Ending March 2011

China and South East Asia: FY 2011 Passive Component Consumption Value Forecasts

Europe: FY 2011 Passive Component Consumption Value Forecasts

More new reports by the publisher can be found at Paumanok Publications page.





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