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What will the Future Hold for the Worldwide Motherboard Market?

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c42932) has announced the addition of The Worldwide Motherboard Industry, 2Q 2006 to their offering.

This report presents forecast and recent quarter review of shipment volume, shipment by maker, shipment value, ASP, and price trends. Also examines manufacturer rankings, assembly levels, CPU connector adoption, production locations, shipment destinations, and business types. Provides assembly level breakdown of CPU types, production locations, shipment destinations, and business types.

List of Tables

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2007

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Value and ASP, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Manufacturer Volume Ranking, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume by Maker, 1Q 2005 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Share by Maker, 1Q 2005 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume by Assembly Level, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Share by Assembly Level, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume by CPU Connector Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Share by CPU Connector Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Pure Motherboard Shipment Volume by CPU Connector Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Pure Motherboard Shipment Share by CPU Connector Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Full System/Barebones Shipment Volume by CPU Connector Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Full System/Barebones Shipment Share by CPU Connector Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume by Price Point, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Share by Price Point, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume by Production Location, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Share by Production Location, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Pure Motherboard Shipment Volume by Production Location, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Pure Motherboard Shipment Share by Production Location, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Full System/Barebones Shipment Volume by Production Location, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Full System/Barebones Shipment Share by Production Location, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume by Shipment Destination, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Share by Shipment Destination, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Pure Motherboard Shipment Volume by Shipment Destination, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Pure Motherboard Shipment Share by Shipment Destination, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Full System/Barebones Shipment Volume by Shipment Destination, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Full System/Barebones Shipment Share by Shipment Destination, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume by Business Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Share by Business Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Pure Motherboard Shipment Volume by Business Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Pure Motherboard Shipment Share by Business Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Full System/Barebones Shipment Volume by Business Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

Worldwide Full System/Barebones Shipment Share by Business Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006

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