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IDC ranks Canon No.1 in digital camera market 2005

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-26 16:20:00
IDC ranks Canon No.1 in Digital Camera Market 2005 : Canon Europe’s position as a leading provider of imaging technology solutions has been reconfirmed by IDC, ahead of the release of the industry analyst’s forthcoming Western European digital camera market forecast report, in which Canon is positioned as the 2005 market leader for the fourth consecutive year. The forthcoming IDC sector report will show that, despite increased market competition, Canon has retained the No.1 position in 2005 and claims 16.5% of the overall Western European digital camera market, which saw total shipments of 27 million units (up from 25 million in 2004). IDC has calculated combined sales for Canon in 2005 of more than 4 million units for SLR (D-SLR) and compact digital cameras, allowing the company to double its lead over closest competitor Sony from 2.8% to 5.6%.


Camera accessory survey from IDC

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-25 14:06:00
Camera accessory survey from IDC : US digital still camera and camcorder owners are accessorizing to complement existing assets. According to a new IDC survey of U.S. digital still camera and camcorder owners, 84% of respondents have purchased accessories, and the majority are very pleased with those purchases. For those looking to purchase accessories in the future, memory cards, add-on lenses, and 4x6 photo printers are among the wish-list leaders. "When digital still cameras owners outshoot the capacity of the memory card bundled with their camera, they are very willing to purchase additional, higher capacity cards," said Chris Chute, research manager for IDC's Worldwide Digital Imaging Solutions group.


IDC examines Future of Digital Imaging at Photokina

Mark Peters : 2006-09-11 12:50:57
IDC examines Future of Digital Imaging at Photokina : Following the success of its industry briefing at Photokina two years ago, IDC will again present an overview and explanation of the consumer digital imaging market at Photokina 2006. This event will offer industry players key insights into the directions within the market and will pinpoint emerging opportunities that will define success over the years to come. Senior IDC analysts will offer detail of how consumers will choose and use the technologies available from digital capture through to print and photofinishing. The presentations will address the worldwide, Western European, and Eastern European digital camera and photofinishing markets.


Wireless TV & Video content increases

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-20 13:02:00
Wireless TV & Video content increases : IDC, premier global market intelligence and advisory firm in the information technology industry, expects about 24 million US cellular subscribers and customers will be paying for some form of TV/video content and services on their mobile devices by 2010, up from about 7 million this year. This growth presents new revenue opportunities for carriers, handset developers, and content providers. IDC expects mobile commercial video and television content and services to emerge as a key component of U.S. carrier data services if delivered and priced appropriately. IDC’s Research manager Lewis Ward says: "Broadband adoption of video/TV services is emerging as the cornerstone of growth in this market."


Worldwide Mobile Phone market still growing

Mark Peters : 2006-04-22 09:07:00
Worldwide Mobile Phone market still growing : The mobile phone market showed continued strength in the Q1 of 2006 with total shipments of 226.7 million units, representing 26.0% growth over the same Q1 in 2005, according to IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. Although the market experienced a decline of 7.3% compared to the record Q4 of 2005, much of this was due to expected seasonality. "The increase indicates that consumer demand in mature markets is still high enough to drive replacement handset purchases. At the same time, continued growth in developing markets around the world is being fueled by both new subscriptions and replacement purchases," said Ramon Llamas, research analyst for IDC's Mobile Markets group.






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