10/10/2002 - A new study by Venture Development Corporation (VDC) entitled, "The U.S. Aftermarket for Computer Accessories, Fourth Edition," concludes that the U.S. aftermarket shipments of 17 selected electronic/electrical computer accessories reached $1,020.0 million in 2001, and is forecast to reach $1,744.2 million in 2006, for a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.5%.
The popularity and growth of CD-R and CD-RW technologies, due in large part to their widespread use for music downloads and copying, as well as data storage, is one of the biggest growth drivers for non-electronic computer accessories. VDC believes that CD-R and CD-RW will have a strong impact on the following categories:
This report, The U.S. Aftermarket For Computer Accessories, Fourth Edition, is a multiclient study designed to provide subscribers with market intelligence to support strategic marketing and product planning decisions. The report analyzes, sizes and segments the market among 27 non-electronic and electronic/electrical categories. In addition, VDC has included extensive channel research and an end-user mail survey, as well as vendor profiles of the leading computer accessories suppliers.
About Venture Development Corporation
Venture Development Corporation, a technology market research and strategy firm, was founded in 1971 by graduates of Harvard Business School and MIT. Over the years, VDC has developed and fine-tuned a unique and highly successful methodology for forecasting and analyzing dynamic technology markets. VDC has extensive experience in providing analysis of consumer electronics and electronic component markets. This includes multiclient and custom consulting engagements in a broad spectrum of related topics, including 12 volt electronics (including in-car computing), surge suppressors, uninterruptible power supplies, keypads and keyboards, keyboard alternative input devices, and a variety of electronic components.
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