Report: Mainland China accounts for 20% of HDMI/DVI connectors, cables

August 6, 2007 -- Research and Markets has released its "China Sourcing Report: HDMI/DVI Cables & Assemblies."

August 6, 2007 -- Research and Markets has released its "China Sourcing Report: HDMI/DVI Cables & Assemblies."

Based on in-factory tours, the report reveals that the popularity of next-generation A/V products has driven greater China's manufacturers to boost the production HDMI and DVI products. According to the research firm, mainland China alone accounts for up to 20% of the world's supply of HDMI/DVI connectors and cables.

According to a press release, the report provides: in-depth profiles of 30 major suppliers, with a view to their manufacturing capabilities, quality controls, product and pricing strategy, etc.; profile tables of 27 pre-screened manufacturers highlighting sourcing information such as factory locations, target markets, R&D focus, and product certifications; an index table featuring verified contact details, including phone numbers and email addresses, of all companies covered in the report; a detailed look at the latest export models from each company

The report's supplier survey also forecasts price, product, production, and R&D trends for the next 12 months.

For more information including companies mentioned, a summary of the report and its table of contents, click here.

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