WHEN: Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011 at 10 am. EST
LOCATION: Online, with free registration
SPEAKERS: Wei Wei, Research Analyst, Measurement & Instrumentation, Frost & Sullivan
Rick Nelson, Executive Editor, Evaluation Engineering
With technological advancements in wireless communications and green engineering, new application markets are emerging. This will change the customer base for general purpose test equipment vendors in China over the next three to five years. This briefing will discuss the evolution of the key end-user segments in the Chinese general purpose test equipment market.
Why You Should Attend:
• Learn about the evolution of the various end-user segments of the general purpose test equipment market;
• Identify the key market dynamics of this market such as industry challenges, drivers and restraints;
• Learn about the revenue forecast and competitive structure.
This briefing will help the test equipment vendors, their distributors, and sales strategy partners understand the direction in which the Chinese general purpose test market is heading. The end-user analysis will help the audience identify growth opportunities in the forecast period.
“The growth of the general purpose test equipment market heavily depends on the developments occurring in the various end-user segments,” said Wei Wei, Measurement & Instrumentation, Research Analyst for Frost & Sullivan. “In China, the constant evolution of the wireless communications industry is a key market driver. Test equipment vendors are moving towards higher frequencies, increasing bandwidth, and more accuracy to meet the needs of customers in regards to evolving wireless standards. On the other hand, the proliferation of electronic devices and their high replacement rate make green engineering necessary for sustainable development, which also offers market opportunities to test equipment vendors.”
"As in other regions, the trend toward rapid growth in modular instruments, especially PXI, is occurring in China as Chinese customers look for flexibility and automation,” said Rick Nelson, Executive Editor for Evaluation Engineering. “Among standalone instruments, growth potential presents itself in high-end applications in which performance specs, including bandwidth, frequency range, and accuracy, take precedence over price. Communications test represents a particularly promising market, but opportunities for test equipment vendors span other markets as well, with aerospace and defense being particularly significant but with the expanding use of home electronics offering potential as well."
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