The USB standard has grown by leaps and bounds since its introduction in 1996. Serial, FireWire, and PS/2 ports, once used to connect mice, keyboards, printers, external hard drives, and other devices, have all disappeared, as USB has become the wired data connectivity standard of choice for most peripheral devices. Today, USB dominates the electronics industry, shipping into billions of devices every year all over the world. With the introduction of USB 3.0, the standard will continue to maintain its relevance in the consumer electronics world for the foreseeable future. With it's huge installed base and backwards compatibility between USB 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0, USB will not be going anywhere anytime soon.
This report provides an in-depth look at the worldwide USB market, covering shipments of devices segmented by USB standard across 54 different device markets from 2010 to 2016. The report provides analysis on market trends, highlights key industry news, furnishes insights into USB laptop webcam controllers, and studies the adoption of new standards like USB 3.0 and the USB Power Delivery specification.
The deliverable consists of a PowerPoint presentation and an accompanying Excel spreadsheet.
Worldwide Shipments of USB Devices by Standard