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22Mar/140

Greater Chinese Motherboard Industry Volume Grew 7.3% To 29.3 Million Units

(PRWEB) October 21, 2004

Research and Markets has announced the addition of 'The Greater Chinese Motherboard Industry, 1H 2004 and Beyond' to their offering.

Improving economic factors combined with slowness from seasonal effects produced slight year-on-year growth for the Greater Chinese motherboard industry in the second quarter. Volume grew 7.3% to 29.3 million units, a 12.9% decline sequentially. Heavy focus on value-line offerings cut second quarter ASP by nearly 10%. In the second half of 2004, growth is expected to come from mounting demand in emerging markets, new rollouts, corporate replacement, and continued price cuts on mature offerings.

List of Topics

Quarterly shipment volume forecast up to 2Q 2005; special discussion on bundling collaboration between chipmakers and motherboard players; 1H 2004 review with assembly level breakdowns of Greater Chinese motherboard shipment volume, value and ASP, connector types, chipset adoption, production locations, shipment destinations, and business types; motherboard maker and chipset supplier profiles.

Companies Mentioned

ABIT, Acer, AMD, ASUS, ATI, Biostar, Dell, ECS, FIC, Foxconn, Fujitsu-Siemens, Gateway, Gigabyte, HP, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, Medion, Mitac, MSI, NEC, nVidia, QDI, SiS, Tatung, ULi, USI, VIA

Report Contents:

Shipment Volume

Shipment Value and ASP

Assembly Level

Industry Concentration

Manufacturer Rankings

Manufacturer Profiles

CPU Connector Types

Chipset Adoption Rates

Chipset Supplier Profiles

Shipment Destinations

Business Types

Production Locations

Forecast

MIC Perspective

Appendix

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c7678

Laura Wood

Senior Manager

Research and Markets

press@researchandmarkets.com

Fax: +353 1 4100 980

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19Mar/140

Research And Markets – Investigate South Africa’s Commercial Systems And Servers Industry Today

(PRWEB) December 13, 2004

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c10915) has announced the addition of South Africa Commercial Systems and Servers 2004-2008 Forecast and 2003 Vendor Shares to their offering.

This study, South Africa Commercial Systems and Servers 2004-2008 Forecast and 2003 Vendor Shares, reviews and analyzes the market for computer systems, servers, and workstations in South Africa for 2003, with data provided according to vendor, processor technology, and operating system. The data is further divided into 10 price bands. The study also provides detailed forecasts of market size through 2008.

Additionally, the analysis of the commercial systems and server market should help answer the following key market questions:


What are the defining characteristics of the commercial systems and server market in South Africa?

How will current and future economic conditions likely affect this market's development?

What are the areas of highest penetration and growth potential within the server market by operating system, price band, and CPU type?

How is the global rivalry between Microsoft and Unix being played out in the South African market? Where does Linux stand?

Can vendors of proprietary environments capture new applications and growth on their platforms?

What application segments are driving growth and what platforms are best positioned to gain in this evolving market?

Who is gaining share in the South African server market?

Where are the greatest opportunities for future growth?

"After the previous years' decline in systems and server shipments, strong growth was witnessed in 2003. Due to restricted IT budgets and the increased length of purchase cycles, however, vendors will be inclined to remain cautious. As the large business sector starts to focus on total cost of ownership and return on investment, it is to be expected that the SMB sector will become more important in generating revenue for vendors." Philip Korinek, Research Analyst - CEMA.

The contents of this report are as follows:

Opinion

In This Study

Methodology

Executive Summary

Situation Overview

Market Characteristics

Economic and Political Environment

IT Environment

Information Technology Market Overview

General IT Trends

Drivers

Inhibitors

Overview of the Systems and Server Market

The Structure of the Systems and Server Market by Server Category

The Volume Server Market (less than$ 100,000)

The Midrange Enterprise Server Market ($ 100,000-$ 1,000,000)

The High-End Enterprise Server Market (More than $ 1,000,000)

The Structure of the Systems and Server Market by Processor Type

Trends in the Intel Processor-Based Server Segment

Trends for the RISC Processor-Based Server Segment

The Structure of the Systems and Server Market by Operating System

Microsoft Windows (NT, 2000, And XP) Server Hardware Market

Novell NetWare Server Hardware Market

Unix Server Hardware Market

Linux Server Hardware Market

Other Operating Systems

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c10915

Laura Wood

Senior Manager

Research and Markets

press@researchandmarkets.com

Fax: +353 1 4100 980

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17Mar/140

IPCNET Presents Online Database of Products Specifically for the IPC Industry

(PRWEB) January 20, 2005

IPCNET’s product catalog, officially launched last December, has quickly gained hundreds of industrial PC professionals who are attracted by


Great variety of products. The catalog is the most up-to-date reference of 4500 IPC products.

Detailed information for each product which include technical specification, documents and drivers, marketing information and high resolution images.

Powerful search engine to simplify users’ search of products in the catalog. Technical specialists and purchasing agents can search products by name, manufacturer, and category or by combination of technical characteristics using a unique quick advanced search.

Instant product comparison that allows to compare products interactively by technical parameters within one product category, change the viewing option, hide identical parameters and highlight the varying ones.

Possibility to add desired products to create a new ‘Project’ and to request for quotation from multiple suppliers on products or newly built projects from one central point.

IPCNET’s product catalog is designed for Manufacturers to provide Distributors, System Integrators and Resellers with the detailed information on the maximum number of products, technical information, aspects of usage and compatibility of components to support their purchasing decisions. IPCNET’s catalog can be found at: http://www.ipcnet.com/info/catalog.html

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13Mar/140

Themis Computer Announces the First 64-bit PowerPC VMEbus Computers in the Industry

Fremont, CA (PRWEB) February 22, 2005

Themis Computer has announced a new family of PPC64™ VMEbus computers. The PPC64 is Themis’ first in a new family of 6U VMEbus computer boards based on the IBM® PowerPC® 970FX processor. Two PPC64 configurations are available; a single processor single slot computer and a dual-processor, symmetric multiprocessing, two-slot solution. The PowerPC 970FX processor provides maximum performance for existing 32-bit applications and new 64-bit applications.

With the addition of the PPC64 to its rapidly growing product family, Themis offers the industry’s widest breadth of rugged, high performance VME embedded computers. The 1.8 GHz PPC64, in a single-slot configuration, can be configured with up to 4 GBytes of DDR400 memory and includes a Gigabit Ethernet port and support for Dual Ultra320 SCSI drives. The single-processor PPC64 also includes a high performance Universe II VME64x interface, two 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports, two USB ports, AC97 audio, and two serial ports. A second processor may be added, in a second VME slot, communicating with the baseboard via a Hyper-transport link.

Higher levels of I/O integration can be achieved by adding up to two PCI carrier cards, hosting up to six PMC slots. A combined two PMC slot carrier and local on-board I/O, is also available.

”Our PPC64 family of single board computers offers users a greater selection of VME bus computing solutions that deliver the high performance and reliability required for today’s increasingly demanding applications,” stated William E. Kehret, president of Themis Computer. “We understand 64-bit multi-processing, and we wanted an SMP PPC-64 platform, similar to our AMD64 and Sun® UltraSPARC® VMEbus offerings. Themis Computer now offers a complete family of rugged single-board computers with IBM PowerPC, AMD64, and Sun UltraSPARC processors,” Mr. Kehret added.

Significant features of the PPC64 family of VMEbus computers include:

IBM PowerPC 970FX processor – 1.8GHz clock rate,

Estimated performance: 890 SPECint2000 and 1100 SPECfp2000,

Estimated Typical Power 45 Watts (single CPU configuration),

Up to 4 GB of DDR400 SDRAM memory,

Linux OS support

VME Interface

VME64x front panel latches

Universe II VME64x interface

System and front panel LEDS

Optional Expansion Capabilities

Second IBM PowerPC 970FX processor

Carrier board PCI I/O expansion option supports up to 6 additional PMC slots

High-Performance, 64-bit IBM PowerPC 970FX Processors for Embedded Systems

Featuring an advanced 64-bit architecture and 90 nm SOI technology, the IBM PowerPC 970FX processor provides ten execution pipelines and a speculative superscalar inner core organization, enabling it to execute up to five instructions per clock. The PowerPC 970FX processor provides superior performance when compared to 750FX and 7457 processors, enabling a single-processor PPC64 to perform almost four times faster on integer performance, and almost twice as fast for floating point performance. In addition, the PowerPC 970FX includes a SIMD vector engine. This feature provides significantly improved compute power in signal and image processing applications. Incorporating the PowerPC 970FX processor, Themis’ PPC64 family was designed for industrial and military users who need workstation and server capabilities, integrated on a VMEbus platform.

Themis Computer’s Environmentally Robust Servers and Single-Board Computers

Themis provides a broad range of high performance VME and Compact PCI computers and graphics controllers for the embedded market featuring AMDÔ, IBM and Sun processors. Themis’ family of VMEbus embedded computing products comprises the new PPC64™, TOP64-LP™, the USPIIIi™, the USPIIe-Gb™ with Gigabit interface (dual 10/100/1000 ports on the front panel), the USPIIe-USB™, the USPIIe-cPCI™, the TGA3D+™ and TGA-100™ PMC graphics mezzanine card. Themis’ single board computers have been performance tested to MIL-S-901D, Class A standards, with equipment shock loads of up to 40 G’s.

Themis' high performance servers, single-board computers and graphics controllers are now being integrated into advanced communications and defense systems, worldwide. The Themis Computer family of VME-based boards and systems products provide increased processing power and system reliability for demanding application environments, while achieving a net reduction in total cost of ownership.

PPC64 Price and Availability

The PPC64 VMEbus SBCs will be available in the second quarter of 2005, with single processor pricing below $ 6,000, in OEM quantities. Please contact factory for evaluation units or for volume order requirements.

About Themis Computer

Themis Computer is a leading developer and supplier of high performance VME and Compact PCI single-board computers, as well as systems based on ruggedized COTS motherboards and systems, for mission-critical telecommunications, military/aerospace, and industrial embedded applications. Themis provides open standards-based embedded computing platforms that support the Solaris™, Linux®, and Windows® NT operating systems. Themis' products incorporate features designed to ensure high reliability and availability while reducing the risks of failure caused by environmental extremes. An ISO 9001 certified company, Themis Computer practices Total Quality Management (TQM) in all areas of its business, from engineering and manufacturing to customer service. Themis Computer is headquartered in Fremont, California and offers worldwide service and support. For more information please visit http://www.themis.com or email: info@themis.com.

PPC64, TOP64-LP, USPIIIi, USPIIe-Gb, USPIIe-USB, USPIIe-cPCI, TGA3D+, and TGA-100 are trademarks of Themis Computer. Sun, Sun Microsystems, Solaris, and UltraSPARC are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All SPARC trademarks are used under license and are trademarks or registered trademarks of SPARC International, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Products bearing SPARC trademarks are based upon an architecture developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc. AMD and Athlon are trademarks or registered trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. HyperTransport is a licensed trademark of the HyperTransport Technology Consortium. IBM and PowerPC are registered trademarks of IBM in the United States. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective companies.

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4Mar/140

Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing in the US Industry Market Research Report from IBISWorld Has Been Updated


New York, NY (PRWEB) January 14, 2014

Semiconductor machinery manufacturing encompasses the necessary equipment for semiconductor production, including wafer-processing, assembly and packaging. According to IBISWorld Industry Analyst Darryle Ulama, “The industry is characteristically volatile; demand depends on conditions in downstream semiconductor manufacturing, which undergoes rapid technological change and shifts in the global supply chain.” Industry performance also relies on downstream demand for electronic products, such as TVs, computers and cell phones. Although revenue is expected to expand slowly at an annualized rate of 1.4% to $ 11.4 billion in the five years to 2013, this figure masks wide fluctuations in growth rates over the period.

The recession dampened overall demand for electronic goods and semiconductor production, leading to a decrease in capital investment for semiconductor machinery purchases. Industry revenue contracted 32.9% in 2008, followed by a 41.2% decrease in 2009. Downstream demand for products that use semiconductors were weak during this period, as consumers cut back on discretionary spending. However, indications of a recovery emerged in 2010, bolstered by growth in smartphone technology, which led to a solid 62.4% growth in that year. The industry has since faced declines as semiconductor manufacturers move operations abroad to take advantage of more competitive labor costs and booming tech markets in Asia. In 2013, industry revenue is expected to decline 3.5%.

In the next five years, semiconductor machinery manufacturers will continue to be impacted by trends in its downstream markets. Industry revenue is expected to grow within the time period. Two competing trends will impact the industry. First, semiconductor manufacturing, the industry's largest market, will continue to move overseas to anticipate the significant market potential for electronics in Asia. Second, technological development in semiconductor production, such as the extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography, will drive growth domestically. “China, Taiwan and Korea are among the industry's top export destinations, with consumption levels of electronics in these countries expected to rise rapidly over the next five years,” says Ulama. Industry exports are expected to increase in the five years to 2018. Concurrently, innovations in semiconductor technology for smartphones, tablets and cloud computing will push demand for more advanced machinery and encourage capital investment.

A medium level of market share concentration characterizes the Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing industry. IBISWorld estimates that the top industry players are Applied Materials Inc. and ASML Holding NV. Many firms exited the industry in the five years to 2013, contributing to an expanding concentration of participating companies. During the five years to 2013, the number of industry enterprises declined at an average annual rate of 1.5% to 185. Further declines are expected over the next five years as major companies acquire smaller competitors and other firms move operations abroad.

For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing in the US industry report page.

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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics

The Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing industry manufactures equipment used to make semiconductors, more commonly known as chips or integrated circuits. Such equipment includes: wafer-processing equipment, semiconductor assembly and packaging equipment, and other semiconductor-making machinery.

Industry Performance

Executive Summary

Key External Drivers

Current Performance

Industry Outlook

Industry Life Cycle

Products & Markets

Supply Chain

Products & Services

Major Markets

Globalization & Trade

Business Locations

Competitive Landscape

Market Share Concentration

Key Success Factors

Cost Structure Benchmarks

Barriers to Entry

Major Companies

Operating Conditions

Capital Intensity

Key Statistics

Industry Data

Annual Change

Key Ratios

About IBISWorld Inc.

Recognized as the nation’s most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organizations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.ibisworld.com or call 1-800-330-3772.







3Mar/140

Growing Emphasis on the Importance of Due Diligence Reporting Drives the Market for Virtual Data Rooms, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 13, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn – Virtual data rooms (VDR) as a new generation of online document storage and filing system is witnessing strong interest and adoption among enterprises. Defined as a virtual form of the traditional physical data rooms that serve as repositories of important and confidential company related data, VDRs replicate the same function over the Internet using computers. The tough and challenging economic climate which continues to remain the new normal in developed countries and the ensuing pressure on corporate bottom lines is driving significant interest in cost effective IT technologies and solutions. Cloud computing and cloud based technologies, over the last decade, have emerged to revolutionize the very structure of IT departments worldwide. A disruptive force in the making, virtual data room services represent the most efficient model of delivering file storage resources to companies. With almost all industries worldwide now being dependent on compute resources, virtual data rooms, which represent a cloud based resource, is forecast to witness strong growth. Adoption of VDRs will continue to benefit from the maturing cloud concept and the resulting increase in interoperability, data portability, and lower costs.

Disadvantages associated with traditional information storage and management strategies include risk of data loss and misplacement, high upfront capital costs in case of physical data rooms, time consuming filing process, lack of security, and limited efficiency benefits. All of these drawbacks are helping drive the migration to VDRs. Key benefits of VDR driving its adoption include automatic creation of backup of all uploaded files/data, superior security controls, efficient support for multiple users, easy and hassle free retrieval and viewing of files, cost effective storage of regulated information, compliance with regulatory norms, rapid anytime access to files, flexible pay per use billing, elasticity and ability to scale up datacenter resources as per requirement, among others. VDRs in addition also offer a superior alternate solution to generic file sharing (GFS) programs like Dropbox, and Google Drive, which although effective for consumer personal use, are often ill-suited for enterprise applications. Security glitches such as, violation of privacy norms like unauthorized sale or sharing of information with third parties, infrastructure limitations, limited reporting features, inability to track & trace user statistics and lack of strong backup options for files stored, remain key concerns with the use of GFS programs. Virtual data rooms in this regard offer a robust and secure platform for sensitive data storage and sharing.

Typically, use of VDR is dominated by corporate functions such as mergers & acquisitions (M&A), divestitures, liquidation, IPOs and bankruptcies. Future growth, however, will be led by increased adoption of VDR in facilitating newer corporate functions such as investor communications, fundraising, research & development, asset purchases, loan syndication, and supply chain secure document sharing, among others. While investment banks, manufacturing companies, and law firms represent dominant users of VDR, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies are emerging as a lucrative customer cluster, driven by increased drug development and licensing collaborations, patent filing activity and the growing need to protect IP property.

As stated by the new market research report on Virtual Data Rooms, the United States represents the largest regional market followed by Europe. Asia-Pacific is forecast to emerge as the fastest growing market with a CAGR of 20.7% over the analysis period.

Major players in the market include Ansarada pty Limited, AppFolio, Inc., Brainloop, EthosData, Firmex Inc., Global KAP Pty Ltd., iDeals™ Solutions Group S.A., Intralinks Holdings Inc., Merrill Data Site, RR Donnelley & Sons Company, ShareVault, TransPerfect Deal Interactive, and V-Rooms™ among others.

The research report titled “Virtual Data Rooms: A Global Strategic Business Report” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a comprehensive review of market trends, mergers, acquisitions and other strategic industry activities. The report provides market estimates and projections in US dollars for all major geographic markets including the United States, Canada, Japan, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of World.

For more details about this comprehensive market research report, please visit http://www.strategyr.com/Virtual_Data_Rooms_VDR_Market_Report.asp.

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2Mar/140

China Digital Radiography Industry & Global CBCT Market Analysis in a New Research Study Available at DeepResearchReports.com

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) January 12, 2014

Global and China Digital Radiography Industry Survey Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth research report on the Global and Chinese Digital Radiography industry. The report firstly discusses Digital Radiography basic information, including definition, classification, application, industry chain structure, industry overview, international market analysis, Global and Chinese domestic market analysis, macroeconomic environment and economic situation analysis and influence, industry policy and plan, product specification, manufacturing process and product cost structure.

The report then gives statistics on Global and Chinese key manufacturers, giving information on capacity, production, cost, price, profit, production value, gross margin, products, customers, application, market position, company contact information and other company related information.

The report (http://www.deepresearchreports.com/111431.html) also lists Digital Radiography upstream raw materials, equipment, downstream clients, alternative products survey analysis and marketing channel industry development trends and proposals. In the end, this report discusses the Digital Radiography project SWOT analysis and feasibility investment return analysis and also gives related research conclusions and development trend analysis of Global and China Digital Radiography industry.

Table of Contents (http://www.deepresearchreports.com/111431-toc.html) include Digital Radiography Key Manufacturers Analysis on Philips, Siemens, Ge, Shimadzu, Toshiba, Carestream, Hitachi, Sedecal, Agfa, Gmm, Konica Minolta, Wandong, Angell, Landwind, Mecall, Idc, Arcoma, Genoray, Stephanix, Nova Imaging, Protec, Shinva, Hokai, Yuyue, Anke, Perlong, Tcl Healthcare, Ziehm Imaging, Aerospace Zhongxing, Kampo, Mednova, Basda, Jw Medical and Mindray. Place a direct purchase order of Global and China Digital Radiography Industry at http://www.deepresearchreports.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=111431.

“2014 Deep Research Report on Global and China Cone Beam Computed Tomography Industry” is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the CBCT industry in China. The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, applications and industry chain structure. Chinese domestic market analysis is provided with a focus on history, developments, trends and competitive landscape of the market. CBCT Product Line and Chinese situation is also offered in this study.

Global and China CBCT Industry 2014 (http://www.deepresearchreports.com/111424.html) also focuses on development policies and plans for the industry as well as a consideration of a cost structure analysis. Capacity production, market share analysis, import and export consumption and gross margins are discussed.

A key feature of this report is its focus on major industry players, providing an overview, raw materials analysis, product capacity, production price and contact information for 15 companies. This enables end users to gain a comprehensive insight into the structure of the international and Chinese CBCT industry. Development proposals and the feasibility of new investments are also analyzed.

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Chapter One CBCT industry introduction

Chapter Two China and global CBCT industry market analysis

Chapter Three CBCT Development Environmental Analysis

Chapter Four CBCT Industry Development Policy and Plan

Chapter Five CBCT technology and cost structure

Chapter Six 2010-2017 CBCT Productions Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast

Chapter Seven CBCT Manufacturers Research

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7.6 Cefla

7.7 Morita

7.8 Asahi

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7.11 Largev

7.12 Acteon

7.13 PreXion

7.14 Yoshida

7.15 OWANDY

Chapter Eight Up and Down Stream Industry Analysis and Influence

Chapter Nine CBCT Industry Development Trend

Chaper Ten CBCT New Project Investment Feasibility Analysis

Chapter Eleven Global and China CBCT Industry Research Conclusion

List of Tables and Figures

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25Feb/140

Emerging New Applications to Drive the Market for Flexible Glass, According to a New Trend Report Published by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 02, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn – Flexible Glass is an ultra-thin glass that provides high barrier performance, robustness, temperature stability, durability and transparency associated with a rigid glass, in a flexible form. Flexible Glass also features the scratch resistance and rigidity properties of standard plastics. The growing need for slim and scratch-resistant displays is expected to drive the use of flexible glass in smartphones, tablets, and notebook computers. Solar shingles also represents a lucrative application area for flexible glass.

The trend report titled “Flexible Glass” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., is a focused research paper which provides cursory insights into the product, its evolution, applications, and future prospects, in addition to providing coverage on corporate initiatives of key companies worldwide. The report also provides global market estimates and projections for Flexible Glass in US dollars for years 2013 through 2018, for key end-use markets such as PV Sector, OLEDs (Display and Lighting), and others. Also covered are companies such as Abrisa Technologies, Asahi Glass Co. Ltd., Corning Inc., Nippon Electric Glass Co. Ltd., and Schott AG, among others.

For more details about this trend report, please visit http://www.strategyr.com/TrendReport.asp?code=146014.

About Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

Global Industry Analysts, Inc., (GIA) is a leading publisher of off-the-shelf market research. Founded in 1987, the company currently employs over 800 people worldwide. Annually, GIA publishes more than 1300 full-scale research reports and analyzes 40,000+ market and technology trends while monitoring more than 126,000 Companies worldwide. Serving over 9500 clients in 27 countries, GIA is recognized today, as one of the world's largest and reputed market research firms.

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13Feb/140

Software Company Anahata Offers Services Computer Industry

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (PRWEB) December 17, 2013

Some of the challenges faced by the Computer industry are solvable by the integration of technology in their systems in order to ensure seamless operation of their businesses. The computer industry requires integrated systems and solutions to enhance their transactions and because of their strong presence online as part of their sales and marketing drives. As such, Anahata has designed and produced a unique and customized ICT solution for the aforementioned industry.

All the businesses in the Melbourne computer industry can now make use of the great offer to acquire a tailor-made ICT solution that will help in the organization, efficiency and profitability of their operations while staying ahead of the competition. Since its establishment in 2010 by co-founders Pablo Rodriguez and Robert Nagajek, Anahata has become the market leader in the provision of affordable yet advanced ICT solutions that are highly customized to cater for the needs and requirements of the businesses in the Computer industry.

Anahata has become the ICT solutions provider of choice to businesses in various industries. This has been occasioned by the customer focused approach that the developers use in conducting on-site assessments in order to provide customer specific ICT solutions. In this way, any customer’s business operation is able to meet its goals and objectives flawlessly.

To get more details about the creative and customized ICT solutions for the Computer industry, visit the official website at http://www.anahata-it.com.au

About Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd

Founded in Perth, Western Australia in 2010 by Robert Nagajek and Pablo Rodriguez Pina, Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd is an Australian privately owned software development company specializing in the analysis, design, implementation and support of cost-effective, custom built software applications.

Anahata’s preferred delivery approach is an iterative, agile, customer centric software development process where business analysts and developers work with the customers to gather requirements and an understanding of the current business processes, and to design and deliver a software solution that not only meets the business’s needs, but also is desgiend to improve business productivity.

During development, a continuous integration process allows customers to test the application regularly as it is being built. Upon implementation, customer’s staff are trained on the usage of the new system.

A key target for software developed by Anahata is quality. Quality is achieved by leveraging agile processes and tools, where customers can engage in the development process to define the scope of development iterations, tasks and prioritize goals.

Web based and manual code review processes along with comprehensive unit tests and integration testing ensure that delivered projects meet quality expectations of the customer.

Anahata offers its customers a 3 month warranty and support period where users can have unlimited phone or email consultation. Customers can access an online task and issue management system to log requests for enhancements (RFEs) or report any defects encountered during the testing or production stages. Anahata seeks to be the most customer centric of all software companies.

Anahata’s preferred technological choice is to deliver cross-platform solutions based on open standards and open source technology that ensure stability, compatibility, and security over a long application lifespan. This enables a reduction in upfront and ongoing licensing fees.

Anahata is an Oracle Certified Partner and delivers custom software solutions based on Oracle Technology, such as Java, Java Enterprise Edition, MySQL or Oracle Database. The Perth software company is a also certified MYOB developer partner providing Custom Software solutions that can integrate seamlessly with any MYOB software package such as MYOB AccountRight desktop or MYOB AccountRight Live (cloud).

Anahata partners with a number of local companies to deliver integrated turn key solutions including hosting, infrastructure, barcode printing, mobility and RFID scanning amongst other technologies.

As a cross-platform software vendor, Anahata can deliver solutions for the Mac platform and integrate with existing Mac Applications. The software outsourcing company is experienced in developing Patient Record Management Systems running on the Mac Platform and integrating with medical applications such as Genie.

Anahata is also experienced in embedded device development using cross platform technologies to deliver embedded applications that run on low resources devices such as Intel Atom or ARM processors. These embedded devices can connect to external sensors via CAN, USB, ethernet or similar. An example of embedded development is a mining vehicle activity monitoring application for a local mining company.

Once a project has been delivered, Anahata works with its customers to promote the developed solution or the customer’s business in general on the digital media providing services such as search engine optimization, content writing or email marketing.

Anahata Technologies in Victoria

In May 2013, founders and directors Robert Nagajek and Pablo Rodriguez Pina appointed Joana Lopez Castrillo as Regional Manager for Victoria and started offering software development and consultancy services to medium and large companies based in Victoria as well as the local Victorian governments and universities.

Anahata Technologies India Pty Ltd

In 2013, directors Robert Nagajek and Pablo Rodriguez Pina established the fully owned subsidiary Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd aimed at providing it outsourcing and business process outsourcing, services.

In November 2013, Pudattu Vijay Simha, a senior software engineer and employee of Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd was was appointed director of Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd to manage operations in India. Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd is based in the city of Hyderabad state of Andrah Pradesh.

Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd specialises in Oracle Java development and offers software development and bpo services to companies worldwide.

Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd provides business process outsourcing services to companies worldwide helping a wide range of businesses (from small family owned businesses to universities or global companies) reduce business process costs.

Anahata Technologies in Europe

Since 2013, Anahata Technologies offers services to any country within the European Union and has presence in Spain and Croatia.

In November 2013, founders and directors Robert Nagajek and Pablo Rodriguez Pina appointed Jose Julian Ariza Valderrama, a Senior Software engineer and employee of the custom software company as Europe Regional Manager to manage projects for customers based in Europe.

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The Indian Interior Products Industry, Key Trends and Opportunities till 2015: New Construction to be the Key Driver of Growth

London (PRWEB) December 13, 2013

Synopsis

•Market size and forecast of the Indian interior products industry

•Current, historic and forecast value and trends of the individual product categories

•Description of distribution channels and user markets for the interior products industry.

•Details of top interior product companies in India

Summary

“The Indian Interior Products Industry, Key Trends and Opportunities till 2015: Construction Industry to Drive Growth” provides a top-level overview and detailed market, category and company-specific insights into the operating environment for interior design products manufacturers and retailers. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Indian interior design products market, including producers and distributors, and new competitors considering entering the industry.

Scope

•Historical values for the interior products industry for 2006-10 and forecast figures for 2011-15

•Supporting text on individual markets and values for categories for 2006-10 and forecasts till 2015

•Analysis of production, trade, distribution and consumption dynamics

•Porter’s Five Forces analysis of the competitive landscapes for manufacturers & retailers

•Profiles of top interior product manufacturers and retailers in India

Reasons to buy

•This report will help to inform your strategic business decisions using strong historic and forecast market sizing data

•This report will help you to understand manufacturing, trade, retail and demand-side dynamics within the Indian interior products market highlighting key market trends and growth opportunities

•This report will help you to assess the competitive dynamics in the interior product manufacturing and retail sectors

•This report will help you to identify the growth opportunities and industry dynamics within 11 key product categories – bathroom products, bedroom products, fabrics and soft furnishings, flooring products, furnishing products, kitchen products, lighting products, office furniture products, tableware and decorative products, wallcoverings and window coverings and treatments.

1 Introduction

1.1 What is this Report About?

1.2 Definitions

1.3 Summary Methodology

2 Market Attractiveness of Interior Products in India

2.1 Interior Products Market Size and Forecast

2.1.1 Interior products market size, total

2.1.2 Interior products demand by product category

2.1.3 Interior product demand analysis by end-user

2.1.4 Interior product analysis by distribution channel

2.2 Market Trends and Key Drivers

2.2.1 Impact of westernization

2.2.2 Growing middle class

2.2.3 Change in the demographic structure

2.2.4 Large scale renovation led by hospitality

2.2.5 Largest consumer base

2.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis – Interior Products Manufacturing

2.3.1 Bargaining power of supplier: low

2.3.2 Bargaining power of buyer: medium

2.3.3 Barrier to entry: low to medium

2.3.4 Intensity of rivalry: medium to high

2.3.5 Threat of substitution: medium

2.4 Porter’s Five Force Analysis: Interior Products Retailing

2.4.1 Bargaining power of suppliers: low to medium

2.4.2 Bargaining power of buyer: medium to high

2.4.3 Barrier to entry: low to medium

2.4.4 Intensity of rivalry: high

2.4.5 Threat of substitutes: medium to high

2.5 Benchmarking with Key European Markets

3 Bathroom Products

3.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Bathroom Products

3.1.1 Bathroom products market size

3.1.2 Bathroom products analysis by product segment

3.1.3 Bathroom products analysis by end-user

3.1.4 Bathroom products analysis by distribution channel

3.2 Bathroom Products Production Dynamics

3.3 Bathroom Products Imports and Exports

3.4 Bathroom Products Key Trends and Drivers

4 Bedroom Products

4.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Bedroom Products

4.1.1 Bedroom products market size

4.1.2 Bedroom products analysis by product segment

4.1.3 Bedroom products analysis by end-user

4.1.4 Bedroom products analysis by distribution channel

4.2 Bedroom Products Production Dynamics

4.3 Bedroom Products Imports and Exports

4.4 Bedroom Products Key Trends and Drivers

5 Fabrics and Soft Furnishings

5.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast for Fabrics and Soft Furnishings

5.1.1 Fabrics and soft furnishings market size

5.1.2 Fabrics and soft furnishings analysis by product segment

5.1.3 Fabrics and soft furnishings analysis by end-user

5.1.4 Fabrics and soft furnishings analysis by distribution channel

5.2 Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Production Dynamics

5.3 Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Imports and Exports

5.4 Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Key Trends and Drivers

6 Flooring Products

6.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Flooring Products

6.1.1 Flooring products market size

6.1.2 Flooring products analysis by product segment

6.1.3 Flooring products analysis by end-user

6.1.4 Flooring products analysis by distribution channel

6.2 Flooring Products Production Dynamics

6.3 Flooring Products Imports and Exports

6.4 Flooring Products Key Trends and Drivers

7 Furnishing Products

7.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Furnishing Products

7.1.1 Furnishing products market size

7.1.2 Furnishing products analysis by product segment

7.1.3 Furnishing products analysis by end-user

7.1.4 Furnishing products analysis by distribution channel

7.2 Furnishing Products Production Dynamics

7.3 Furnishing Products Imports and Exports

7.4 Furnishings Key Trends and Drivers

8 Kitchen Products

8.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Kitchen Products

8.1.1 Kitchen products market size

8.1.2 Kitchen products analysis by product segment

8.1.3 Kitchen products analysis by end-user

8.1.4 Kitchen products analysis by distribution channel

8.2 Kitchen Products Production Dynamics

8.3 Kitchen Products Imports and Exports

8.4 Kitchen Products Key Trends and Drivers

9 Lighting Products

9.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Lighting Products

9.1.1 Lighting products market size

9.1.2 Lighting products analysis by product segment

9.1.3 Lighting products analysis by end-user

9.1.4 Lighting products analysis by distribution channel

9.2 Lighting Products Production Dynamics

9.3 Lighting Products Imports and Exports

9.4 Lighting Products Key Trends and Drivers

10 Office Furniture Products

10.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Office Furniture Products

10.1.1 Office furniture products market size

10.1.2 Office furniture products analysis by product segment

10.1.3 Office furniture products analysis by end-user

10.1.4 Office furniture products analysis by distribution channel

10.2 Office Furniture Products Production Dynamics

10.3 Office Furniture Products Imports and Exports

10.4 Office Furniture Products Key Trends and Drivers

11 Tableware and Decorative Products

11.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Tableware and Decorative Products

11.1.1 Tableware and decorative products market size

11.1.2 Tableware and decorative products analysis by product segment

11.1.3 Tableware and decorative products analysis by end-user

11.1.4 Tableware and decorative products analysis by distribution channel

11.2 Tableware and Decorative Production Dynamics

11.3 Tableware and Decorative Imports and Exports

11.4 Tableware and Decorative Products Key Trends and Drivers

12 Wallcoverings

12.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Wallcoverings

12.1.1 Wallcoverings market size

12.1.2 Wallcoverings analysis by product segment

12.1.3 Wallcoverings analysis by end-user

12.1.4 Wallcoverings analysis by distribution channel

12.2 Wallcoverings Production Dynamics

12.3 Wallcoverings Imports and Exports

12.4 Wallcoverings Key Trends and Drivers

13 Window Coverings and Treatments

13.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Window Coverings and Treatments

13.1.1 Window coverings and treatments market size

13.1.2 Window coverings and treatments analysis by product segment

13.1.3 Window coverings and treatments analysis by end-user

13.1.4 Window coverings and treatments analysis by distribution channel

13.2 Window Coverings and Treatments Production Dynamics

13.3 Window Coverings and Treatments Imports and Exports

13.4 Window Coverings and Treatments Key Trends and Drivers

14 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights

14.1 Competitive Landscape – Manufacturing

14.2 Key Manufacturing Companies

14.3 Durian Industries Ltd. – Company Overview

14.3.1 Durian Industries Ltd. – key facts

14.3.2 Durian Industries Ltd. – major products and services

14.3.3 Durian Industries Ltd. – major competitors

14.3.4 Durian Industries Ltd. – key employees

14.4 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – Company Overview

14.4.1 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – key facts

14.4.2 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – major products

14.4.3 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – major competitors

14.4.4 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – key employees

14.5 Asian Paints Ltd. – Company Overview

14.5.1 Asian Paints Ltd. – key facts

14.5.2 Asian Paints Ltd. – major products

14.5.3 Asian Paints Ltd. – major competitors

14.5.4 Asian Paints Ltd. – key employees

14.6 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – Company Overview

14.6.1 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – key facts

14.6.2 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – major products and services

14.6.1 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. - SWOT analysis

14.6.2 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – major competitors

14.6.3 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – key employees

14.7 Havells India Limited – Company Overview

14.7.1 Havells India Limited – key facts

14.7.2 Havells India Limited – major products

14.7.3 Havells India Limited – major competitors

14.7.4 Havells India Limited – key employees

14.8 Competitive Landscape – Retail

14.9 Key Retailing Companies

14.10 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd. – Company Overview

14.10.1 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd – key facts

14.10.2 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd – major products and services

14.10.3 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd – major competitors

14.10.4 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd – key employees

14.11 At Home – Company Overview

14.11.1 At Home – key facts

14.11.2 At Home – major products

14.11.3 At Home – major competitors

14.11.4 At Home – key employees

14.12 Reliance Living – Company Overview

14.12.1 Reliance Living – key facts

14.12.2 Reliance Living – major products

14.12.3 Reliance Living – major competitors

14.12.4 Reliance Living – key employees

14.13 Godrej Interio – Company Overview

14.13.1 Godrej Interio – key facts

14.13.2 Godrej Interio – major products

14.13.3 Godrej Interio – major competitors

14.13.4 Godrej Interio – key employees

14.14 Stanley Lifestyles – Company Overview

14.14.1 Stanley Lifestyles – key facts

14.14.2 Stanley Lifestyles – major products and services

14.14.3 Stanley Lifestyles – major competitors

14.14.4 Stanley Lifestyles – Key Employees

15 Business Environment and Country Risk

15.1 Business Confidence

15.1.1 Business confidence indicator

15.1.2 Market capitalization trend - Bombay stock exchange (BSE), India

15.1.3 FDI inflows by sector

15.1.4 Deployment of credit by sector

15.2 Economic Performance

15.2.1 GDP at constant prices (us dollars)

15.2.2 GDP per capita at constant prices (us dollars)

15.2.3 GDP at Current Prices (US dollars)

15.2.4 GDP per capita at current prices (us dollars)

15.2.5 GDP split by key segments

15.2.6 Agriculture net output at current prices (Indian rupee)

15.2.7 Agriculture net output at current prices (US dollars)

15.2.8 Agriculture net output at current prices as percentage of GDP

15.2.9 Manufacturing net output at current prices (Indian rupee)

15.2.10 Manufacturing net output at current prices (US dollars)

15.2.11 Manufacturing net output at current prices as percentage of GDP

15.2.12 Mining, manufacturing and utilities net output at current prices (Indian rupee)

15.2.13 Mining, manufacturing and utilities at current prices (US dollars)

15.2.14 Mining, manufacturing and utilities at current prices as percentage of GDP

15.2.15 Construction net output at current prices (Indian rupee)

15.2.16 Construction net output at current prices (US dollars)

15.2.17 Construction net output at current prices as a percentage of GDP

15.2.18 Crude steel production

15.2.19 Crude oil consumption

15.2.20 Inflation rate

15.2.21 Fiscal balance as a percentage of GDP

15.2.22 Current account balance as a percentage of GDP

15.2.23 Exports as a percentage of GDP

15.2.24 Imports as a percentage of GDP

15.2.25 Exports growth

15.2.26 Imports growth

15.2.27 External debt as a percentage of GDP

15.2.28 Annual average exchange rate US$ –INR

15.2.29 End-of-period exchange rate US$ –INR

15.2.30 Debt service ratio

15.3 Infrastructure Quality and Availability

15.3.1 Total airports and sea ports

15.3.2 Railways and roadways

15.3.3 Passenger vehicle production volume

15.3.4 Commercial vehicle production volume

15.3.5 Commercial vehicle export volume trend

15.3.6 Passenger vehicle export volume trend

15.3.7 Automotive components exports trend

15.3.8 Automotive components imports trend

15.3.9 Passenger car penetration

15.3.10 Motorcycle penetration

15.3.11 Total installed capacity for electricity generation

15.3.12 Installed capacity for the generation of conventional thermal electricity

15.3.13 Electricity production

15.3.14 Installed capacity for the generation of hydroelectricity

15.3.15 Installed capacity for renewable electricity generation

15.3.16 Electricity consumption

15.3.17 Electricity exports

15.3.18 Electricity imports

15.3.19 Healthcare expenditure

15.3.20 Healthcare expenditure as percentage of GDP

15.3.21 Healthcare expenditure per capita

15.3.22 Total internet subscribers

15.3.23 Broadband internet subscribers

15.3.24 Personal computer penetration rate

15.3.25 Mobile phone penetration rate

15.3.26 R&D Expenditure as a percentage of GDP

15.4 Labor Force

15.4.1 Labor force

15.4.2 Unemployment rate

15.5 Demographics

15.5.1 Annual disposable income

15.5.2 Annual per-capita disposable income

15.5.3 Annual consumer expenditure on food

15.5.4 Annual per-capita consumer expenditure on food

15.5.5 Total population

15.5.6 Urban and rural population

15.5.7 Female percentage of population

15.5.8 Male percentage of population

15.5.9 Mean age of population

15.5.10 Median age of population

15.5.11 Population density

15.5.12 Age distribution of the total population

15.5.13 Age distribution of the male population

15.5.14 Age distribution of the female population

15.5.15 Number of households

15.6 Political and Social Risk

15.6.1 Political Stability

15.6.2 Terrorism Index

15.6.3 Transparency index

16 Appendix

16.1 About World Market Intelligence

16.2 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: World Market Intelligence Distribution Channel Definitions

Table 2: World Market Intelligence Interior Products Definitions

Table 3: Indian Interior Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 4: Indian Interior Products Demand Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 5: Indian Interior Products Demand by Product Category (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 6: Indian Interior Products Demand by Product Category (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 7: Indian Interior Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 8: Indian Interior Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 9: Indian Interior Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 10: Indian Interior Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 11: Indian Interior Products Distribution by Channel (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 12: Indian Interior Products Distribution by Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 13: Indian Interior Products Distribution Forecast by Channel (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 14: Indian Interior Products Distribution Forecast by Channel (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 15: Indian Interior Design Product Manufacturing Industry – Five Forces Analysis

Table 16: Indian Interior Design Products Retailing – Five Forces Analysis

Table 17: Indian Bathroom Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 18: Indian Bathroom Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 19: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by Segments (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 20: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by Segments (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 21: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by Segment Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 22: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by Segment Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 23: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 24: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 25: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by End-User Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 26: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by End-User Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 27: Indian Bathroom Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 28: Indian Bathroom Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 29: Indian Bathroom Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 30: Indian Bathroom Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 31: Indian Bathroom Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 32: Indian Bathroom Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 33: Indian Bathroom Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 34: Indian Bathroom Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 35: Indian Bathroom Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 36: Indian Bathroom Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 37: Indian Bedroom Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 38: Indian Bedroom Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 39: Indian Bedroom Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 40: Indian Bedroom Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 41: Indian Bedroom Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 42: Indian Bedroom Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 43: Indian Bedroom Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 44: Indian Bedroom Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 45: Indian Bedroom Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 46: Indian Bedroom Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 47: Indian Bedroom Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 48: Indian Bedroom Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 49: Indian Bedroom Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 50: Indian Bedroom Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 51: Indian Bedroom Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 52: Indian Bedroom Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 53: Indian Bedroom Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 54: Indian Bedrooms Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 55: Indian Bedroom Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 56: Indian Bedroom Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 57: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 58: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 59: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand by Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 60: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand by Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 61: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 62: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 63: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 64: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 65: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 66: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 67: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 68: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 69: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 70: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 71: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 72: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 73: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Imports, 2006–2010

Table 74: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 75: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Exports, 2006–2010

Table 76: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 77: Indian Flooring Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 78: Indian Flooring Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 79: Indian Flooring Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 80: Indian Flooring Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 81: Indian Flooring Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 82: Indian Flooring Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 83: Indian Flooring Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 84: Indian Flooring Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 85: Indian Flooring Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 86: Indian Flooring Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 87: Indian Flooring Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 88: Indian Flooring Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 89: Indian Flooring Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 90: Indian Flooring Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 91: Indian Flooring Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 92: Indian Flooring Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 93: Indian Flooring Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 94: Indian Flooring Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 95: Indian Flooring Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 96: Indian Flooring Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 97: Indian Furnishing Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 98: Indian Furnishing Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 99: Indian Furnishing Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 100: Indian Furnishing Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 101: Indian Furnishing Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 102: Indian Furnishing Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 103: Indian Furnishing Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 104: Indian Furnishing Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 105: Indian Furnishing Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 106: Indian Furnishing Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 107: Indian Furnishing Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 108: Indian Furnishing Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 109: Indian Furnishing Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 110: Indian Furnishing Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 111: Indian Furnishing Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 112: Indian Furnishing Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 113: Indian Furnishing Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 114: Indian Furnishing Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 115: Indian Furnishing Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 116: Indian Furnishing Products Export Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 117: Indian Kitchen Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 118: Indian Kitchen Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 119: Indian Kitchen Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 120: Indian Kitchen Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 121: Indian Kitchen Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 122: Indian Kitchen Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 123: Indian Kitchen Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 124: Indian Kitchen Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 125: Indian Kitchen Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 126: Indian Kitchen Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 127: Indian Kitchen Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 128: Indian Kitchen Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 129: Indian Kitchen Products Distribution (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 130: Indian Kitchen Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 131: Indian Kitchen Products Production, 2006–2010

Table 132: Indian Kitchen Products Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 133: Indian Kitchen Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 134: Indian Kitchen Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 135: Indian Kitchen Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 136: Indian Kitchen Products Export Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 137: Indian Lighting Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 138: Indian Lighting Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 139: Indian Lighting Products Demand by Products Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 140: Indian Lighting Products Demand by Products Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 141: Indian Lighting Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 142: Indian Lighting Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 143: Indian Lighting Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 144: Indian Lighting Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 145: Indian Lighting Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 146: Indian Lighting Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 147: Indian Lighting Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 148: Indian Lighting Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 149: Indian Lighting Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 150: Indian Lighting Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 151: Indian Lighting Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 152: Indian Lighting Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 153: Indian Lighting Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 154: Indian Lighting Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 155: Indian Lighting Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 156: Indian Lighting Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 157: Indian Office Furniture Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 158: Indian Office Furniture Product Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 159: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 160: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 161: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 162: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 163: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 164: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 165: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 166: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 167: Indian Office Furniture Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 168: Indian Office Furniture Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 169: Indian Office Furniture Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 170: Indian Office Furniture Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 171: Indian Office Furniture Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 172: Indian Office Furniture Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 173: Indian Office Furniture Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 174: Indian Office Furniture Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 175: Indian Office Furniture Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 176: Indian Office Furniture Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 177: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 178: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 179: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 180: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 181: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 182: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 183: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 184: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 185: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 186: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 187: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 188: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 189: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 190: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 191: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 192: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 193: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 194: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 195: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 196: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 197: Indian Wallcoverings Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 198: Indian Wallcoverings Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 199: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 200: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 201: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by Product Segment Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 202: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by Product Segment Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 203: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 204: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 205: Indian Wallcoverings Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 206: Indian Wallcoverings Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 207: Indian Wallcoverings Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 208: Indian Wallcoverings Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 209: Indian Wallcoverings Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 210: Indian Wallcoverings Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 211: Indian Wallcoverings Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 212: Indian Wallcoverings Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 213: Indian Wallcoverings Imports, 2006–2010

Table 214: Indian Wallcoverings Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 215: Indian Wallcoverings Exports, 2006–2010

Table 216: Indian Wallcoverings Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 217: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 218: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 219: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by Product Segments (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 220: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by Product Segments (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 221: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by Product Segments Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 222: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by Product Segments Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 223: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 224: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 225: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 226: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 227: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 228: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 229: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 230: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 231: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 232: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 233: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 234: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 235: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 236: Indian Interior Products Market – Leading Manufacturers

Table 237: Durian Industries Ltd., Key Facts

Table 238: Durian Industries Ltd., Major Products and Services

Table 239: Durian Industries Ltd., Key Employees

Table 240: Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd., Key Facts

Table 241: Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd., Major Products

Table 242: Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd., Key Employees

Table 243: Asian Paints Ltd., Key Facts

Table 244: Asian Paints Ltd., Major Products

Table 245: Asian Paints Ltd., Key Employees

Table 246: Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Key Facts

Table 247: Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Major Products and Services

Table 248: Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Key Employees

Table 249: Havells India Limited, Key Facts

Table 250: Havells India Limited, Major Products

Table 251: Havells India Limited, Key Employees

Table 252: Indian Interiors Products Market, Leading Retailers

Table 253: The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd, Key Facts

Table 254: The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd,, Major Products and Services

Table 255: The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd,, Key Employees

Table 256: At Home, Key Facts

Table 257: At Home, Major Products

Table 258: At Home, Key Employees

Table 259: Reliance Living, Key Facts

Table 260: Reliance Living, Major Products

Table 261: Maxeda B.V., Key Employees

Table 262: Godrej Interio, Key Facts

Table 263: Godrej Interio, Major Products

Table 264: Godrej Interio, Key Employees

Table 265: Stanley Lifestyles, Key Facts

Table 266: Stanley Lifestyles, Major Products and Services

Table 267: Stanley Lifestyles, Key Employees

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