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This research report presents industry size and value forecast and
recent quarter review of the worldwide motherboard industry. The report
includes shipment volume and value, shipment breakdowns by maker, ASP,
and price trends. The report also examines manufacturer rankings,
assembly levels, CPU connector adoption, production locations, shipment
destinations, and business types, and provides assembly level breakdown
for CPU types, production locations, shipment destinations, and business
types. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained
through interviews with motherboard makers. The report finds that the
worldwide motherboard industry's shipment volume and ASP inched up
sequentially in the second quarter of 2012. Meanwhile, due to the
changes in some manufacturers' contract orders, the worldwide
motherboard manufacturer volume ranking saw a reshuffle in the second
quarter. It is projected that the industry's shipment volume and value
will have continued to experience sequential growth in the third quarter
of 2012. Nevertheless, as Windows 8 is unlikely to drive demand for
desktop PCs and motherboards in the long run, it is projected that the
industry's shipment volume and value will decline sequentially in the
fourth quarter of 2012.
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