Mumbai, (PressExposure) March 26, 2009 -- The âWTRS Consumer Electronics Application Report 2008â analyzes the consumer electronics applications segments likely to adopt emerging wireless technologies, including UWB, Bluetooth, and the IEEE 802.11 family of protocols. The report forecasts the overall market as well as providing an analysis of the impact of Certified Wireless USB (UWB), Bluetooth, and WiFi on the consumer electronics sector. The report also details unit shipments by specific application and technology including Bluetooth and UWB. This report also analyzes the effects of the current global economic crisis.
âToday market uncertainty is in the forefront of public thought and concern,â according to Kirsten West, PhD, principal analyst with WTRS. âThis is the time for companies to invest in research and development of the next emerging wireless technology in preparation for the inevitable recovery of markets. It is not a good time to release consumer products based on emerging wireless protocols that do not satisfy a clear need. In current market conditions consumer delighters will not mean successful strategy, instead meeting essential consumer requirements at the lowest cost will be the winning tactic.â
This report ( [http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/WTRS-Consumer-Electronics-Application-Report.html] ) focuses on the prospects for emerging wireless technologies in consumer markets. It analyzes the activities and developments of companies and alliances in light of current market conditions. However, market forecasts do not reflect current market uncertainty as the course of consumer spending over the next 18 months is likely to determine the extent of market turmoil, dependent on a more predictable outcome in the immediate future, and whether the world enters a depression or passes through this period with a mere recession as the U.S. did in 2000 and 2001.
Key Findings: (1) Given years of positive growth projections, the faltering economy will overturn consumer electronics manufacturer plans. (2) Consumers frustrated by cabled connectivity and need education on the value of wireless. (3) Success in near term markets demands solutions that meet customer requirements. For vast range of information please visit: [http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research/Consumer-Electronics.html] Or Contact us at: