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The Top 10 Hardware Vendors Report is Designed to Help You Make Well Informed and Timely Business Decisions

The Top 10 Hardware Vendors Report is Designed to Help You Make Well Informed and Timely Business Decisions

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of “The Top 10 Hardware Vendors: Positioning, Performance and SWOT Analyses” to their offering.

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Key findings from this report...

-The top 10 hardware vendors control a third of the hardware market with a 32% market share.

-HP leads the global industry with a 5.6% market share, followed by Nokia and Dell, each with 3.9% share.

-Toshiba hardware revenues increased at a CAGR of 8% from 2005 to 2007, mainly driven by strong growth in the digital product segment and electronic devices segment.

-Intel plans to increase its output and help to optimize ASPs using its new ‘tick-tock’ product development strategy.

-Motorola has strong R&D capabilities, with about 41% of its total employees engaged in research activities.

-The global hardware market will grow at a CAGR of 5% reaching $1,684bn by 2011

The Top 10 Hardware Vendors

Positioning, performance and SWOT analyses

The global hardware market grew by 4.9% to reach $1.32bn in 2006. The top 10 hardware vendors have a market share of 32%, driven by a strong focus on R&D and innovation. However, the rapid evolution of technologies, shorter product lifecycles and the establishment of both new markets and manufacturers in developing economies will serve to make the hardware market much more competitive in the future.

The Top 10 Hardware Vendors: Positioning, performance and SWOT analyses is a new report published by Business Insights that examines market dynamics in the hardware market focusing on the top 10 vendors. This new report provides SWOT analyses of top 10 companies and assesses their market positioning, financial performance and growth strategies. Assess the world’s leading hardware vendors, anticipate future trends and enhance your competitive strategies with this new report.

This new report will enable you to...

-Create more effective competitive strategies based on the financial and SWOT analyses of the top 10 hardware vendors detailed in this report.

-Benchmark your performance against leading hardware vendors with this report’s ranking of the top 10 hardware vendors and their financial performance, market share by company and category.

-Identify and target future growth areas from this report’s analysis of the acquisitions and divestments made by leading hardware vendors, and their strategies for growth.

-Understand the key trends in the hardware market and the impact that they are expected to have on the market using this report including emerging markets, commoditization, private label brands, price competition and PC market maturity.


Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Market Context

Chapter 3: HP

Chapter 3: Nokia

Chapter 5: Dell

Chapter 6: NEC

Chapter 7: Motorola

Chapter 8: Fujitsu

Chapter 9: Toshiba

Chapter 10: Intel

Chapter 11: Cisco

Chapter 12: IBM

Chapter 13: 11–20 Companies

Figures & Tables (Abridged)

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Source: Business Insights

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