The Worldwide Motherboard Industry, 3Q 2020
発行: MIC - Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute
ページ情報: 英文 21 Pages
世界のマザーボード出荷台数は、2020年の第2四半期が約2,510万台で、19.9％増 (前年同期比では0.2％減) となりました。COVID-19の影響を受けて、さまざまな国の企業が在宅勤務 (WFH）を導入しています。2020年第3四半期の出荷台数は2,550万台に達し、1.7％増 (前年同期比では6.4％減) と予測されています。
Recent shipment volume quarter review of the worldwide motherboard industry from 3Q 2018 to 1Q 2021
Recent shipment value quarter review with breakdowns by maker, ASP, and price point
Manufacturer shipment volume rankings and includes shipment volume by assembly level, CPU connector type, production location, shipment destination, and business type
The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with Taiwanese motherboard makers.
In the second quarter of 2020, traditionally the weak season for motherboards, shipment volume of the global motherboard industry amounted to approximately 25.1 million units, up 19.9% sequentially and down 0.2% year-on-year. Affected by the COVID-19, businesses in various countries have implemented Work From Home (WFH) in response to the epidemic prevention policy. At the same time, it has also driven the demand for game players to upgrade their home computer gear. In the past, consumers only replaced processors instead of motherboard to improve PC performance, resulting in weak demand for motherboards. This year, benefited from the work from home business opportunities, the industry has been enjoying strong demand in the second quarter owing to the rollout of many new games in the first half of the year.It is anticipated that shipment volume of the industry will reach 25.5 million units in the third quarter of 2020, up 1.7% sequentially but down 6.4 year-on-year. Several new rollouts from Intel and AMD in terms of CPUs and graphics cards are expected to bolster the momentum of the industry in the second half of the year.