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Wireless Infrastructure Spending in Europe to Inch Up Slightly in 2010Carriers will continue looking for revenue models to tap heavy data usageJune 21, 2010Capital expenditures on wireless infrastructure will rise marginally in 2010 among mobile carriers in Europe in keeping with the prevailing caution of the times, according to iSuppli Corp., even as carriers search for viable revenue-generating models to grapple with the explosive growth of data trafﬁc on their networks.
Capital spending on wireless infrastructure is projected to reach $10.74 billion in 2010, up 3.7 percent from $10.35 billion last year. Spending on wireless infrastructure is a key component of overall wireless capital expenditures—considered an important metric in determining the health of the industry. Other areas of wireless capital spending include expenditures for software upgrades and maintenance, as well as capital spending on site procurements.
Hewlett-Packard’s Palm Acquisition Opens up a Tablet of PossibilitiesTablet PCs to reach 11 million units in 2010June 14, 2010
Hewlett-Packard Co.’s (HP) planned acquisition of Palm Inc. immediately puts the PC-centric company knee-deep in the smart phone race, but perhaps more importantly positions the company to compete in the burgeoning tablet market, iSuppli Corp. believes.
The acquisition gives HP the means to use Palm’s WebOS platform to release a tablet device that will compete against Apple Inc.’s recently released iPad as well as whatever arises from the relationship between Nokia Corp. and Intel Corp. iSuppli forecasts worldwide tablet shipments will expand to 11.0 million units in 2010, up from just 2.0 million units in 2009 and 1.8 million units in 2008. Most of the shipments in 2010 will be made up by sales of the iPad, and sales will continue to expand in the coming years as a range of competitors enters the tablet market.
Apple Takes Value-Added Approach to Cultivate iPhone DemandJune 08, 2010With its highly successful iPhone line, Apple Inc. has clearly illustrated two contrasting approaches to generating growth in sales of hardware by mobile handset OEMs.
On one hand, Apple has been very successful in maintaining the Average Selling Price (ASP) of its latest flagship handset offering by effectively implementing enhanced features. The attractiveness of these enhanced hardware and software features is key to stimulating sales of the latest handset while maintaining consistent pricing over time. Meanwhile, when a new model is introduced, the price of the previous handset in the line is reduced and thus offers a lower price point to attract more cost-conscious buyers. This is enabled by the component price erosion that allows this price reduction.
Apple Rides High-Margin Hardware to Competitive SupremacyJune 07, 2010Apple Inc. has become the world’s most valuable technology company based on sales of high-margin hardware like the iPhone, an approach that competitors are finding difficult to duplicate, according to iSuppli Corp.
“Apple’s introduction of its latest iPhone today perfectly illustrates the company’s route to corporate dominance: generating huge profit by selling high-margin, high-value-added hardware, with the iPhone’s Average Selling Price at a whopping $600,” said Steve Mather, principal analyst, wireless, for iSuppli. “The company makes the majority of its profit on sales of hardware. This approach defies the often-cited route to success used by many technology companies of selling hardware at low margins and cashing in on revenue generated by high-profit software.”
iSuppli Issues Fast Facts on Latest iPhoneJune 07, 2010To support media coverage of Apple Inc.’s announcement of its next-generation iPhone today, iSuppli Corp. is issuing the following fast facts:
Apple in the first quarter shipped 8.8 million iPhones, giving it a 3.04 percent share of the market for all kinds of cell phones. Company shipments rose by 0.2 percent from 8.7 million in the fourth quarter of 2009, giving Apple the No. 6 position in the market in the first quarter, up from ninth place in the fourth quarter of 2009. Apple achieved the second-largest sequential increase in shipments among the Top 10 cell phone brands in the first quarter.
“Smart phones represent the hottest segment of the cell phone market, with unit shipment growth of 35.5 percent expected in 2010, compared to 11.3 percent for the overall mobile handset business,” noted Tina Teng, senior analyst, wireless communications, for iSuppli.
Power Management Semiconductors Suffer Shortages in First HalfJune 03, 2010Strong demand for power management semiconductors in the first half of 2010 has caught suppliers off-guard, spurring shortages and causing pricing to rise in the near term, according to iSuppli Corp.
Revenue for power management semiconductors reached $6.9 billion in the first quarter of 2010, up 2.9 percent from $6.7 billion in the fourth quarter of 2009. Sequential growth in the first quarter is remarkable given that it is weakest period of the year for sales of semiconductors. The growth of the first quarter reflects a continuation of the expansion that started during the last three months of 2009, after the market stalled briefly in the third quarter of last year.
Wireless Links for Video Consumer Electronics Devices Set to BoomJune 01, 2010The Consumer Electronics (CE) industry is entering a new era of ubiquitous connectivity, spurring a boom in shipments of video-oriented CE devices equipped with high-bandwidth wireless video interface solutions, according to iSuppli Corp.
iSuppli expects the market for video-enabled CE devices with high-bandwidth wireless video interfaces to grow to more than 85.2 million units by 2014, up from 606,000 units in 2009. By 2014, more than 53 million of these devices will be wireless-video-enabled digital TVs and consumer-oriented netbooks/laptops.
With the transition to digital technology and High-Definition (HD) largely a fait accompli, the CE market now is rapidly transitioning to an era when connectivity among consumer electronics devices and to the Internet will be the driving force behind many key innovations and new capabilities,” said Randy Lawson
Power Management Semiconductors Suffer Shortages in First HalfSuppliers struggle to keep up with demand amid rising salesMay 31, 2010A strong resurgence in power semiconductor revenue in the ﬁrst half of 2010 has caught suppliers off-guard, likely causing pricing to rise in the near term, according to iSuppli Corp.
Revenue for power management semiconductors reached $6.9 billion in the first quarter of 2010, up 2.9 percent from $6.7 billion in the fourth quarter of 2009. The growth of the first quarter reflects a continuation of the expansion that started during the last three months of 2009, after the market stalled briefly in the third quarter last year.
Growth is expected to continue in the second quarter this year, when revenue is set to rise another 7.2 percent to hit $7.4 billion. And although a bigger upward movement occurred during the same time last year—when power management ascended 18.2 percent from $4.4 billion to $5.2 billion—the second quarter in 2010 will deliver the most robust growth for the industry this year.
Samsung Uses iPad as Launch Pad for Power Management Semiconductor BidMay 19, 2010Building on its key design win in Apple Inc.’s iPad, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. plans to re-enter the burgeoning market for power management semiconductors, potentially allowing it to emerge as a formidable competitor in the area, according to iSuppli Corp.
For the iPad, Samsung contributed a power management Integrated Circuit (IC), the S6T2MLCX01 processor voltage regulator, with an estimated cost of $1.25, according to iSuppli’s Teardown Analysis Service. This marquee win could provide an opening for Samsung in electronic products from other manufacturers.
Changing of the Guard in Cell Phones: RIM and Apple Displace MotorolaMay 17, 2010In yet another indication of the smart phone’s revolutionary impact on the wireless business, Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) and Apple Inc. in the first quarter rose to the fifth and sixth positions in the global market for all types of cell phones, while Motorola Inc. fell to eighth place.
RIM, whose cell phone line consists entirely of Blackberry smart phone devices, achieved the best results of the Top 10 cell phone brands in the first quarter, with its shipments rising by 364,000 units or 3.6 percent compared to the fourth quarter of 2009.
New Apple iPhone Ad Platform Extends Services—and Raises QuestionsMay 13, 2010The recent unveiling by Apple Inc. of its new iAd advertising platform extends the company’s array of inventive services for the iPhone, but also continues a distinctive collaboration-versus-competition dynamic between the giant technology trendsetter and its partner companies, according to iSuppli Corp.
“Thanks to the phenomenal success of the iPhone apps store and iTunes, Apple is in a unique position to partner with best-in-class companies and offer innovative services, products and apps to the market,” said Francis Sideco, principal analyst for wireless research at iSuppli.
Xbox 360, PS3 Vie to Win Digital Connected Home BattleMay 11, 2010While the battle for the connected home has focused mostly on the competition among telco, satellite and cable Set-Top Box (STB) providers, video game consoles quietly have emerged as the largest category of Internet-enabled platforms besides PCs that are competing to dominate the living room, according to iSuppli Corp.
Video game consoles in 2009 represented 52 percent of all living room consumer electronic devices shipped with embedded broadband capability. Handheld video game units came in second at 44 percent of the market.
New Apple iPhone Ad Platform Extends Services - and Raises QuestionsiAd feature for iPhone OS 4 continues dynamic of initial partnership, then conﬂictMay 10, 2010The recent unveiling by Apple Inc. of its new iAd advertising platform extends the company’s array of inventive services for the iPhone, but also continues a distinctive collaboration-versus-confrontation dynamic between the giant technology trendsetter and its partner companies, according to iSuppli Corp.
Thanks to the phenomenal success of the iPhone apps store and iTunes, Apple is in a unique position to partner with best-in-class companies and offer innovative services, products and apps to the market—similar to what it hopes to achieve with the iAd, a feature in the new iPhone OS 4 scheduled for launch in the summer.
Xbox 360, PS3 Vie to Win Digital Connected Home BattleVideo on demand content, Internet-enabled connectivity make video game consoles a contenderMay 10, 2010While the battle for the connected home has focused mostly on the competition among telco, satellite and cable Set-Top Box (STB) providers, video game consoles quietly have emerged as the largest category of Internet-enabled platforms besides PCs that are competing to dominate the living room, according to iSuppli Corp.
Video game consoles in 2009 represented 52 percent of all living room consumer electronic devices shipped with embedded broadband capability, as shown in Figure 4. Handheld video game units came in second at 44 percent of the market.
Market for Preloaded Software in Cell Phones Hits $7.7 Billion in 2014May 05, 2010Driven by soaring shipments of smart phones, the global market for preloaded applications and other software for cell phones is set to more than double from 2008 to 2014, according to iSuppli Corp.
Preloaded software represents applications that are already included in cell phones when consumers buy them—as opposed to programs later purchased by users. This market will expand to $7.7 billion in 2014, up from $3.3 billion dollars in 2008. At the same time, shipments of smart phones are set to rise to 497.4 million units in 2014, up from 161.1 million in 2008.
iSuppli Issues Fast Facts on HP’s Purchase of PalmApril 28, 2010To support media coverage of Hewlett-Packard Co.’s announced acquisition of Palm Inc., iSuppli Corp. is issuing the following fast facts and analysis:
“HP’s announced acquisition of Palm gives it an entry into the fast-growing smart phone market—but the move has implications far beyond cell phone hardware,” said Tina Teng, senior analyst, wireless communications, for iSuppli. “The battle for dominance in the high-tech world increasingly is focused on the mobile Internet. Any company that can manage to control the flow of revenue from wireless data users— coming from subscriptions, ad sales or app store revenues—stands to benefit enormously. With the Palm purchase, HP has positioned itself as a player in this great technology battle.”
Cell Phone Industry Declares End of RecessionApril 27, 2010The cell phone industry is proclaiming the end of the recession for the segment following an outstanding final quarter of 2009 and a projected substantial growth for smart phones in 2010, according to iSuppli Corp.
A resilient performer in an otherwise moribund world economy during the past year, cell phones ended 2009 with shipments of 1.15 billion units. While that number is down from the overall 2008 figure of 1.2 billion handsets, shipments in the fourth quarter of 2009 represented the culmination of an increasing growth pattern throughout all of last year. Compared to third-quarter shipments of 290 million, about 335 million mobile handsets shipped in the fourth quarter, up 15.5 percent.
Mobile Handset Industry Considers Recession to be OverIndustry posts excellent results in ﬁnal 2009 quarter and looks to grow further in 2010April 26, 2010The mobile handset industry is proclaiming the end of the recession for the segment following an outstanding ﬁnal quarter of 2009 and a projected substantial growth for smart phones in 2010, according to iSuppli Corp. A resilient performer in an otherwise moribund world economy during the past year, the mobile handset industry closed 2009 with shipments of 1.15 billion handset units. While that number is down from the overall 2008 figure of 1.2 billion handsets, shipments in the fourth quarter of 2009 represented the culmination of an increasing growth pattern throughout all of last year...
iSuppli Issues Fast Facts on Nokia’s Quarterly EarningsApril 22, 2010To support media coverage of Nokia’s first-quarter results, iSuppli Corp. is issuing the following fast facts: The global cell-phone market in the first quarter is likely to be somewhat stronger than expected. Initial reports from wireless component suppliers suggest that global shipments in the first quarter of 2010 will vary only slightly compared to the fourth quarter of 2009, defying the normal seasonal slowdown that typically occurs during the first three months of the year. Global mobile handset shipments in the first quarter of 2010 soared compared to the same period in 2009 when the wireless communications market was mired in the global economic downturn...
iSuppli Issues Fast Facts on Qualcomm’s Quarterly ResultsApril 21, 2010To support media coverage of Qualcomm Inc.’s quarterly earnings announcement today, iSuppli Corp. is issuing the following fast facts: Total revenue for all kinds of semiconductors used in cell phones in the first calendar quarter of 2010 amounted to $9.4 billion, up 4.6 percent from $9.0 billion in the fourth quarter of 2009, according to a preliminary estimate from iSuppli. This sequential growth in sales runs contrary to the normal seasonal pattern wherein cell-phone-related semiconductor sales decline in the first quarter from the holiday-driven peak in the fourth quarter...