In-Stat Reports DVI on the Decline as HDMI and DisplayPort Grow
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(Business Wire)--DVI, facing strong competition from other technologies, including HDMI and the DisplayPort standard in the PC market, will begin a steep decline in 2008, reports In-Stat (http://www.in-stat.com). DVI will decline from 112 million device shipments in 2007 to just 3 million device shipments in 2011, the high-tech market research firm says. Digital visual interface (DVI) and high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI), are related, high-bandwidth, unidirectional, uncompressed digital interface standards. "HDMI's success continues to be enormous, especially in the Consumer Electronics (CE) segment," says Brian O'Rourke, In-Stat analyst. "Close to 90% of digital television (DTV) shipments in 2007 are expected to include HDMI. In addition, HDMI penetration of large markets such as set top boxes continues to increase." Recent research by In-Stat found the following: -- 143 million HDMI-enabled devices will ship in 2007. -- DVI-enabled device shipments will decline sharply through 2011, due primarily to competition from DisplayPort. -- Several PC original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) released HDMI-enabled mediacentric notebook PCs in 2007, including Toshiba, Sony and Hewlett-Packard. The research, "DVI and HDMI in 2007: DisplayPort Looms While HDMI Booms" (#IN0703809MI), covers the worldwide market for DVI and HDMI. It contains analysis and annual worldwide forecasts for the penetration of DVI and HDMI into 19 different applications in PCs, PC peripherals, CE, and communications devices. Five-year average selling price forecasts for discrete DVI and HDMI transmitters and receivers are provided. Past history of penetration forecasts back to 2005 is also included, in addition to brief profiles of major DVI and HDMI transmitter, receiver, and switch suppliers. For more information on this research or to purchase it online, please visit: http://www.instat.com/catalog/mmcatalogue.asp?id=161, or contact a sales representative: http://www.instat.com/sales.asp The price is $3,495 (US). About In-Stat Technology vendors, service providers, technology professionals and market specialists, worldwide, rely on In-Stat's experienced staff and in-depth research to support critical business, product and technology decisions. In-Stat's insights are derived from both a deep technology understanding and comprehensive research, which examines each segment of the value chain for each market. Regular and ongoing end-user demand and primary research surveys underpin much of the analysis, enabling In-Stat to provide incisive market knowledge and guidance on future market opportunities via syndicated research products, custom consulting, and advisory services. In-Stat is a strategic segment of the $9 billion Reed Elsevier global information network, with access to an expansive worldwide electronic network, extensive technology databases and well-informed personnel. As a member of Reed Business Information, In-Stat is a division of the largest business-to-business publisher in the U.S. In-Stat Brian O'Rourke, Principal Analyst (480) 609-4527 firstname.lastname@example.org Elaine Potter, Marketing Coordinator (480) 483-4441 email@example.com Copyright Business Wire 2008
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