Nina Rao

Nina Rao

Nina Rao researches production, adoption, and technology trends within wired connectors. Before joining the company in 2019, she worked as an editor, content manager, and newspaper journalist. Nina holds a Bachelor of Economics and French from the University of Florida and a Master of Journalism from the University of Colorado-Boulder. She is based at Austin, Texas, and is fluent in English, Swedish, Danish, and French.

 

 


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Surging North America TV demand in 1Q20 defies COVID19-reduced forecast

With the COVID-19 pandemic gaining considerable steam in March 2020, and countries, states and cities all over the world issuing stay-at-home orders and otherwise locking down populations, the forecast for 1Q20 shipments looked very weak. Add in factory shutdowns in China during February, and supply chain disruptions cascading throughout the world, supply looked to also challenge shipment numbers in the first quarter. While some regions did see a strong drop in demand, North America TV shipments (while still down year-over-year) were MUCH stronger than expected and consumer demand has surged from March. This article will break down our thoughts on why the outcome was so much better than expected, and what may come next

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices
Interface Battleground Report - 2020

This report provides an updated view of the wired audio visual (AV) technologies and their market adoption. Omdia last reported on this technology area in 2017. The Interface Battleground Report contains analysis and commentary on significant trends and changes in the wired AV interface space within four segments.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices
USB Type-C Report - 2019

The USB-C Topical provides an update on recent developments and trends within the USB-C market and tracks adoption of the connector for each of 28 products across five industry segments (Smartphone, Computing, Consumer Electronics, Transportation, and Electrical) between 2018 and 2023.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices
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