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[November 14, 2012]

Wireless Mobility Assembly Product Markets 2012 - Strategic Report Including Manufacturing Assemble Value and Key Forecasts of Emerging Products

Nov 14, 2012 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r282j7/wireless_mobility) has announced the addition of the "Wireless Mobility Assembly Product Markets - 2012 Edition" report to their offering.

A Strategic Report on the Latest Wireless Mobile Products and their Manufacturing Assembly Value (COGS), Plus Key Forecasts of Emerging Products The Wireless Mobility Assembly Markets - 2012 Edition report examines the emergence of the most popular wireless mobility products over the last few years, and analyzes their demand, in terms of hardware assembly costs (COGS), average assembly value and total assembly revenue for 2011, 2012 and forecasts through 2017.

The market report examines the extraordinary growth in demand for wireless devices that has exploded over the last several years, and analyzes the competitive interaction of customer demand based on product design, performance and user need that will drive the next generation of mobility product hardware over the next five years.

Our analysis is unique in that we look at production costs (cost of goods sold - not end user value), so that manufacturing OEMs and EMS (electronic manufacturing service) companies can better estimate production volumes by hardware device and semiconductor value. Given NVR's long track record in the OEM and EMS manufacturing sector, we are in a unique position to estimate and forecast the foreseeable demand for mobility product hardware by product and model.

Highlights of this Report Technical Trends - Current Technologies in the Wireless Hardware Markets - Leading Semiconductor Trends in Mobility Products - Multiple Core CPUs and Graphic Processing Computing - Voice Interaction/Near Field Communications Mobility Assembly Markets by Product and Application, 2011/2012 - Mobility Market Share Unit Shipments, Average Assembly - Value, Total Assembly Value - Wireless Products Assembly (Notebooks, Tablets, Smartphones, - Traditional Mobile phones, and E-readers) Mobility Assembly Markets Product Forecasts, 2012-2017 - Wireless Products Assembly Forecasts (Notebooks, Tablets, - Smartphones, Traditional Mobile phones, and E-readers) - Forecasts Unit Shipments, AAV, Total Assembly Value Company Profiles (products offered and technology focus) Key Topics Covered: Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Executive Summary Chapter 3: Technical Trends - Current Technologies in the Wireless Markets Chapter 4: Mobility Assembly Markets by Product and Application, 2011 & 2012 Chapter 5: Market Forecasts for Wireless Mobility - Products and Applications, 2012-2017 Chapter 6: Company Profiles (includes products offered and technology focus) Companies Mentioned - Acer Inc.

- Advanced Micro Devices - Amazon - Apple, Inc.

- ARM - ASUSTek - Broadcom - Compal Computer - Flextronics - Foxconn - Google, Inc.

- Huawei - Intel Corp.

- Jabil Circuit - Lenovo - LG Electronics - Microsoft - Motorola Mobility - Nokia - Nvidia - Pegatron - Qualcomm - Quanta Computer - Samsung Electronics - Sony - Texas Instruments - Toshiba - Wistron - ZTE Corp For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r282j7/wireless_mobility CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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