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Embedded System Hardware, Software, Tools, and OS: Global Market Analysis and Forecast 2014-2019

NEW YORK, Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Embedded System Hardware, Software, Tools, and OS: Global Market Analysis and Forecast 2014-2019
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Overview:

Embedded systems are specialized computer systems that are part of a larger system or machine. Virtually all modern consumer electronics and appliances utilized embedded computing including as watches, MP3 players, cell phones, microwaves, dishwasher, security systems, video entertainment systems (DVD player, console, set-top box), and more. Some embedded systems include an operating system, but many are so specialized that the entire logic can be implemented as a single program.

Embedded systems are critical in many industries and are found in large stationary installations (traffic lights, factory controllers, MRI machine, automobiles, etc.) as well as many modern consumer electronics and appliances such as watches, cell phones, microwaves, security systems, video entertainment systems (DVD player, console, set-top box), and more. Some embedded systems include an operating system, but many are so specialized that the entire logic can be implemented as a single program.

This report evaluates the embedded systems market including market drivers, opportunities, and forecast 2014 - 2019. Analysis and forecasts cover the overall market, COTS market and specific component and software segments including AMC/PMC, ATCA, Motherboard, PCI, SBC, Software, software tools, and OS including RTOS.

Target Audience:

Wireless device manufacturers
Wearable technology suppliers
Digital signal processor providers
Telephony infrastructure providers
Computer and semiconductor companies
Embedded hardware, software and OS providers
Mobile/wireless network operators and service providers
Next generation application developers and content providers
Consumer electronics merchandisers and application providers
1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5
2.0 THE EMBEDDED SYSTEMS MARKET 7
2.1 MARKET OVERVIEW 7
2.2 MARKET DRIVERS 9

2.3 MARKET LEADING COMPANIES 9
3.0 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS GROWTH DRIVER ANALYSIS 12
3.1 TELECOM EQUIPMENT MARKET TO BE THE MAJOR GROWTH DRIVER TO 2019 12
3.2 COMS GAIN TRACTION AS TIME-TO-MARKET ACCELERATORS FOR OEMS 13
3.3 AUTOMOBILE MARKET GROWTH IN ASIA PACIFIC REGION 13
3.4 CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET GROWTH INCLUDING ENTERPRISE SECTOR 14
3.5 NEW MANUFACTURING PROCESSES OPEN UP MORE END USE APPLICATION SEGMENTS 15
4.0 EMBEDDED SYSTEM MARKET CONSTRAINTS 17
4.1 DECREASE IN MILITARY SPENDING IMPACT ON COTS MARKET 17
4.2 DROP IN PC SALES TO IMPACT THE MOTHERBOARD MARKET 17
5.0 EMBEDDED COMPUTING DEPLOYMENT CHALLENGES 19
5.1 MARKET FRAGMENTATION 19
5.2 SWAP REMAINS A CRITICAL FACTOR 19
5.3 INCREASED OPERATING SPEEDS 20
6.0 EMBEDDED SYSTEM MARKET FORECAST 2014 - 2019 21
6.1 GLOBAL EMBEDDED SYSTEM MARKET: HARDWARE VS. SOFTWARE 21

6.2 GLOBAL EMBEDDED SYSTEM MARKET SHARE BY INDUSTRY 2014-2019 21
6.3 EMBEDDED SYSTEM MARKET SALES REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 23
6.4 EMBEDDED SYSTEM HARDWARE MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 25
6.5 PCI MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 27
6.6 ATCA MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 28
6.7 PMC MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014 - 2019 30
6.8 AMC AND MICROTCA MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014 - 2019 31
6.9 MOTHERBOARDS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 32
6.10 COM MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 34
6.11 COTS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 35
6.12 SBC MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 37
6.13 MARKET REVENUE FORECAST: OTHER SEGMENTS 2014-2019 38
6.14 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS SOFTWARE MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 40
6.15 EMBEDDED SOFTWARE AND TOOLS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 41
6.16 EMBEDDED RTOS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST 2014-2019 43
7.0 APPENDIX 45
7.1 FREQUENTLY USED TERMS AND DEFINITIONS 45
7.2 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ACRONYMS 47

List of Figures

Figure 1: Applications of Embedded Systems in Different End-Use Segments 8
Figure 2: Embedded Computing Market Bus Architectures and Form Factors 8
Figure 3: Global Public Safety LTE Revenues 2014-2019 12
Figure 4: Comparative Cloud Computing Market Breakdown % by PaaS 14
Figure 5: Enterprise Cloud Computing Market Revenues in 2014 - 2019 15
Figure 6: Personal Computers Sales 2013 18
Figure 7: Global Embedded Computing S/W vs. H/W Market Composition 21
Figure 8: Global Embedded Market Share Breakdown 2009-2017 22
Figure 9: Global Embedded Computing Market Share 2014 - 2019 23
Figure 10: Global Embedded market Sales Revenue in 2014-2019 24
Figure 11: Embedded Sales Revenue by Industry 2009-2017 24
Figure 12: Embedded Computing Hardware Market Sales Revenue in 2013-2019 25
Figure 13: PCI Market Sales Revenue in 2013 - 2019 27
Figure 14: PCI Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 28
Figure 15 ATCA Market Sales Revenue in 2013 - 2019 29
Figure 16: ATCA Market Sales Revenue 2011 - 2016 29
Figure 17: PMC Market Sales Revenue projection in 2013 - 2019 30
Figure 18: PMC Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 30

Figure 19: AMC and MicroTCA Market Sales Revenue in 2013 - 2019 31
Figure 20: AMC and MicroTCA Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 32
Figure 21: Motherboards Market Sales Revenue in 2013 - 2019 32
Figure 22: Motherboards Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 33
Figure 23: COM Market Sales Revenue in 2013 - 2019 34
Figure 24: COM Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 35
Figure 25: COTS Market Sales Revenue Projection in 2013 - 2019 35
Figure 26: COTS Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 36
Figure 27: SBC Market Sales Revenue in USD $ million 2013 - 2019 37
Figure 28: SBC Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 38
Figure 29: Embedded Others Market Sales Revenue in 2013 - 2019 38
Figure 30: Embedded Others Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 39
Figure 31: Embedded Computing Software Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 41
Figure 32: Embedded Software and Tools Market Sales Revenue in 2013 - 2019 41
Figure 33: Embedded Software and Tools Market Sales Revenue 2014 - 2019 42
Figure 34: Embedded RTOS Market Sales Revenue in 2013 - 2019 43
Figure 35: Embedded RTOS Market Sales Revenue 2013 - 2019 44

List of Tables

Table 1: Market Leading Companies 11
Table 2: Global Embedded Market Share Breakdown by % of 2013 22
Table 3: Global Embedded Market by Industry 2009 - 2017 26
Table 4: Global Embedded Software Revenue 2013 - 2019 40
Table 5: Embedded Computing Definitions 46
Table 6: Embedded System Acronyms 47

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