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組み込みCOTSシステム:北米

Embedded COTS Systems: North America

発行 VDC Research Group, Inc. 商品コード 248837
出版日 ページ情報 英文 79 Pages, 134 Exhibits
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組み込みCOTSシステム:北米 Embedded COTS Systems: North America
出版日: 2012年05月30日 ページ情報: 英文 79 Pages, 134 Exhibits
概要

当レポートでは、北米地域の組み込みCOTSシステム市場の現状と見通しについてサプライサイド、デマンドサイドの両面から調査分析し、システム区分(VME・Compact PCI・ATCA・MicroTCA・スタッカブル)別の市場推計・予測、市場影響因子の分析、デマンドサイドの利用動向分析、競合分析、主要ベンダーの位置付け、市場シェア、プロファイルなどをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

重要ポイント

  • 米国の防衛予算は増大する圧力下に:市場機会でも脅威でもある
  • 組み込みCOTS市場は依然として自社用システムが主流だが、市販用製品も勢力を伸ばしている

ベンダーへの影響

  • VDCの分析・提言

調査範囲・調査手法

市場の定義・区分

市場概要

  • "市販用"組み込みCOTSシステムの市場は、構築 vs 購入の構図の一部として市販用システムサプライヤーと競合する一部の顧客の"自社用"COTSシステムと関わる多くの層がある
  • 米国/DoDのニーズの特定から最終製品のデリバリーまでのプロセスは複雑で時間を要する
  • 市販用COTSサプライヤー:活用できる利点と対処すればシェアを改善できる欠点がある

戦略的課題・成長推進因子・動向

  • 市販用COTSサプライヤー:活用できる利点と対処すればシェアを改善できる欠点がある
  • すべての脅威には機会があるが、その逆もある
  • 需要調査における軍事/航空宇宙部門の配分:他の産業と比較した実際の市場を反映している
  • 軍事/航空宇宙部門:南北アメリカ地域で最大のエンドユーザー市場のシェアを持つが通信部門が徐々にシェアを伸ばしている
  • 求められるリソースから、南北アメリカの軍事/航空宇宙部門向け市場は一般に特殊組織によって提供されている
  • 軍事/航空宇宙部門の組み込みCOTS:SWアプリケーション・アークスキルへのデマンドサイドからの大きな強調
  • アビオニクス:新たな無人機・有人機の導入が急速に進む中で重要な分野
  • プロセス・タイプ間の境界が曖昧になる中で、モバイルデバイスに向けた明確な動向がある
  • 現在の軍事/航空宇宙部門向けCOTS EICS

市場推計・予測

  • COTS市場全体は比較的フラット
  • SWaP需要から、専用/その他のスロットアーキテクチャが他より大きく成長する見通し
  • 各種VPX技術が他のVMEシステムに取って代わる見通し
  • 高額なプラットフォームの受注の遅れ、減少、キャンセルと他のプラットフォームの成長
  • 軍事/航空宇宙部門向けシステムの用途の構成:技術の移行に伴って変化
  • 小型のパッケージに大容量を積めた半導体の進化・さらに小さなフォームファクターに向けたSWaPのイニシアチブ
  • ファン:より高効率の半導体と伝導法がその利用を減らす見通しだが、ファンは必要悪である
  • ATCAが設計された通信市場:軍事/航空宇宙部門のニーズに通じる多くの要件を持つ
  • 軍事/航空宇宙部門向けシステムの用途の構成:軍事戦略と人口動態の移行に伴った変化

競合分析・位置付け

  • 社内開発の自社用ソリューションが売れ、LSI/COTSサプライヤーが市販用市場をリード
  • Mercury Computersセンサーのデータ処理能力と近年の買収:#1スポットを維持
  • GE-IRの安定的財務基盤と産業規格へのコミットメントにより、軍事/航空宇宙部門向けCompact PCI市場でリード
  • Oracle:政府系事業の獲得という目標を掲げている

ベンダープロファイル

  • Aitech Defense Systems
  • Augmentix
  • BAE Electronic Systems
  • Cisco Systems
  • Crystal Group
  • Curtiss Wright Defense Solutions
  • Dedicated Computing Systems
  • Dell
  • DRS Integrated Defense Systems
  • GE Intelligent Platforms Military & Aerospace
  • IBM Corporation Government Solutions
  • Kontron AG
  • L-3 Communications
  • Mercury Computer Systems
  • National Instruments
  • Oracle I Sun
  • Radisys

図表

目次


The merchant COTS suppliers have strengths they can utilize and weaknesses to address that can improve share

Market Overview Summary

  • Starting with the electrical component, SW, CPU suppliers, and other hardware suppliers there are many possible product paths and levels of integration that a COTS system can go through.
  • In some cases, the government will purchase a merchant COTS system and provide it to the prime contractor for it to be integrated into the platform.
  • Although represented as approximately the same size, the merchant COTS board market is much larger in size than the merchant systems market as it is one of the primary inputs to both the captive and the merchant COTS system markets.
  • The timeline from the identification of need to the delivery of the product that meets that need can be longer than 5 years.
  • The production ramp-up of that final product containing the COTS system can take even more years.
  • Budgetary and political actions driven from economic concerns can derail or delay a project at any point in the process.
  • Political pressure can even keep a project alive even if the end-user military branch no longer sees a need for it.
  • Military strategies and worldwide tensions can change faster than the present process can adapt and therefore there will likely always be at least some waste and inefficiency.

Market Estimates & Forecasts

As orders for big ticket platforms are delayed, reduced, and/or cancelled but, as they do, other platforms can gain

North American *VME CQTS Trends

  • The manned aircraft will lose 1% share as UAVs replace missions that had traditionally been conducted with manned aircraft. As a result, more expensive manned platforms will have unit volumes cut and/or delayed.
  • UAVs share growing from 16 to 18% as these platforms continue to increase the missions for which they are tasked. In
  • addition to being a less costly platform, UAVs have advantages in that they can remain on station for longer periods and, if shot down, there is no pilot that can be killed or captured.
  • In many cases, the VME COTS systems will find roles on the ground processing, switching and storing the data generated
  • by the UAVs.
  • Manned surface vessels slightly decline in share by 2%, but upgrades to existing units will still allow them to see some overall revenue growth.
  • Fixed ground installations will likely be reduced through base closures and reduction of presence in Iraq and Afghanistan.

*Note: Accompanying Excel has platform estimates for all other COTS architectures.

Strategic Issues, Drivers & Trends

The merchant COTS suppliers have strengths they can utilize and weaknesses to address that can improve share

Strengths

  • For many Merchant COTS suppliers their products represent their core competency and they likely have detailed knowledge and expertise on every facet of the technology.
  • Many COTS systems suppliers are also (and perhaps primarily) COTS boards suppliers, which further increases their experience with the products and ensures perfect knowledge transfer between board engineering and systems integration.
  • Merchant COTS board suppliers that have unique/proprietary form factors can leverage these products to make unique form factor systems.

Opportunities

  • SWaP market demands offer opportunities for suppliers that have proprietary and other small form factor product lines and expertise.
  • New CPU technologies can be leveraged to create compelling new COTS Mil/Aero systems.
  • As image and other sensors produce higher resolution and precise information at ever increasing sample rates, huge amounts of data are generated that require processing to become actionable intelligence.

Weaknesses

  • Mil/Aero may only be a niche market for some merchant suppliers as compared to industrial, medical, transportation which may be considered more lucrative. As such, they may lack experience.
  • Merchant COTS suppliers may not have the government, DoD and Mil/Aero focused sales resources as compared to the Mil/Aero specialists.
  • Merchant COTS suppliers may not have the political lobbyist resources as compared to the Mil/Aero specialists.

Threats

  • In Q1, 2012 the US defense spending is already down 12% on a year-over-year basis. Further spending cuts are likely making the market even more competitive.
  • Counterfeited and/or inferior products in the supply chain can lower the market for COTS systems if they become un-trusted.
  • Lead defense contractors will be increasingly using contract terms that require the COTS systems/boards suppliers to bear the cost of replacing/reworking system that are found to have counterfeited parts.

About SWOT Analysis

  • In SWOT analysis for this report, we look from a merchant supplier perspective where we will consider the primary defense contractor / LSI as both a customer and a competitor.

About the Team

Chris Rommel - Vice President.

Chris is responsible for syndicated research and consulting engagements focused on embedded software, hardware, and development solutions. He has worked with wide variety of clients supporting a range of projects including competitive analyses, strategic marketing initiative support, ecosystem development strategies, and vertical market opportunity assessments.

David Laing - Senior Analyst/Program Manager.

David has joined VDC's Embedded Hardware Practice after serving for the last two years as a Senior Analyst / Program Manager in the firm's Industrial Automation and Controls research practice. David is now responsible for supporting VDC's market research and custom consulting initiatives relative to emerging global opportunities, regional growth strategies, and market intelligence for embedded hardware, systems components, technologies, services, and related applications across multiple vertical markets. Prior to joining VDC Research, David accumulated over 30 years of Semiconductor industry experience working at Teradyne Inc. and its worldwide customers.

J. Eric Gulliksen - Senior Analyst.

Eric has been a lead analyst in VDC's Embedded Hardware practice for ten years. Prior to joining the firm, he worked in industry for over thirty years, half in the Engineering field and half in Sales and Marketing. He has held Vice-Presidencies and had P&L responsibilities on both sides. Eric has international experience in twenty-three countries, and has been awarded seventeen US Patents.

Jonathan Hasting - Analyst.

Prior to joining VDC, Jonathan worked several years in aerospace, including an engineer position at General Electric Aviation. During that time, he developed knowledge in stress analysis, aerospace design, Six Sigma, and project management. Jonathan holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Brown University in Providence, RI.

Table of Contents

Critical Takeaways

  • Page 9. The US defense budget will be under increased pressure representing both an opportunity and threat for COTS
  • Page 10. The US defense budget will be under increased pressure representing both an opportunity and threat for COTS
  • Page 11. The embedded COTS market is still dominated by captive systems, but merchant is gaining ground

Implications for Vendors

  • Page 13. VDC offers the following observations and recommendations
  • Page 14. VDC offers the following observations and recommendations
  • Page 15. VDC offers the following observations and recommendations

Scope & Methodology

  • Page 17. Scope
  • Page 18. Methodology

Market Definition & Segmentation

  • Page 20. Segmentation of VDC's Embedded COTS Research
  • Page 21. Segmentation of VDC's Embedded COTS Research
  • Page 22. In addition to market segmentation, VDC also offers the following embedded hardware glossary of terms
  • Page 23. Definitions for demand-side participant demographics
  • Page 24. Definitions for supply-side including European Union member countries

Market Overview

  • Page 26. The market for “Merchant” Embedded COTS systems has many layers of participation with some customers “Captive” COTS systems competing with merchant systems suppliers as part of the build versus buy equation
  • Page 27. The US/DoD process from need identification to delivery of finished products is complex and lengthy
  • Page 28. The merchant COTS suppliers have strengths they can utilize and weaknesses to address that can improve share

Strategic Issues, Drivers & Trends

  • Page 30. The merchant COTS suppliers have strengths they can utilize and weaknesses to address that can improve share
  • Page 31. For every threat there is usually a corresponding opportunity unfortunately the reverse is also true
  • Page 32. The demand survey distribution for Mil/Aero reflects the actual market as compared to other covered industries
  • Page 33. Mil/Aero represents the largest vertical market share of Americas but is edged by communications globally
  • Page 34. Because of the required resources, the Americas Mil/Aero market is generally served by specific organizations
  • Page 35. With embedded COTS in Mil/Aero, there is a greater demand side emphasis for SW application and arch skills
  • Page 36. Avionics is a key concentration as new manned and unmanned aircraft of all types are rapidly being deployed
  • Page 37. As the lines between processor types blur there is a clear trend toward mobile devices
  • Page 38. Increases are likely at both ends of the spectrum for processors in Mil/Aero embedded COTS systems
  • Page 39. The current Mil/Aero COTS EICS projects cited by the Americas respondents were weighted towards multi-CPU
  • Page 40. The current Mil/Aero COTS EICS
  • Page 41. The current Mil/Aero COTS EICS projects cited by the Americas respondents were fragmented across many lntel and other product lines

Market Estimates & Forecasts

  • Page 43. The Overall COTS market is fairly flat as spending has NA DoD flattened
  • Page 44. Because of SWaP demands, proprietary/other slot architectures are projected to grow at a higher rate than others
  • Page 45. VPX technology variants will replace the other VME systems as platforms that use them finally ramp up
  • Page 46. As orders for big ticket platforms are delayed, reduced, and/or cancelled but, as they do, other platforms can gain
  • Page 47. As technologies shift , the mix of Mil/Aero systems applications will change in response
  • Page 48. Semiconductor advances that pack more power in smaller packages and SWaP initiatives drive smaller form factors
  • Page 49. Fans, are often a necessary evil although more efficient semiconductors and conduction methods will lower their use
  • Page 50. As orders for big ticket platforms are delayed, reduced, and/or cancelled but, as they do, other platforms can gain
  • Page 51. As technologies shift , the mix of Mil/Aero systems applications will change in response
  • Page 52. Semiconductor advances that pack more power in smaller packages and SWaP initiatives drive smaller form factors
  • Page 53. Fans, are often a necessary evil although more efficient semiconductors and conduction methods will lower their use
  • Page 54. The Telecom market that ATCA was designed for has many requirements that translate to the Mil/Aero needs
  • Page 55. As military strategies and demographics shift , the mix of Mil/Aero systems applications will change in response

Competitive Analysis & Position

  • Page 57. LSI/COTS suppliers lead the merchant market as captive solutions developed in-house get sold in the market
  • Page 58. Mercury Computers sensor data processing capabilities and recent acquisitions allow it to hold the #1 spot
  • Page 59. With GE-IRs stable financial base & commitment to industry standards they lead the Mil/Aero Compact PCI market
  • Page 60. Oracle has a goal of winning more government business from rivals such as IBM making SUN hardware a priority

Vendor Profiles

  • Page 81. Vendor Profiles Aitech Defense Systems
  • Page 82. Vendor Profiles Augmentix
  • Page 83. Vendor Profiles BAE Electronic Systems
  • Page 84. Vendor Profiles Cisco Systems
  • Page 85. Vendor Profiles Crystal Group
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles Curtiss Wright Defense Solutions
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles Dedicated Computing Systems
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles Dell
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles DRS Integrated Defense Systems
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles GE Intelligent Platforms Military & Aerospace
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles IBM Corporation Government Solutions
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles Kontron AG
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles L-3 Communications
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles Mercury Computer Systems
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles National Instruments
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles Oracle I Sun
  • Page 86. Vendor Profiles Radisys

LIST OF EXHIBITS

Overall

  • Exhibit I-1. Total Global Market, COTS Systems, Merchant & Captive, 2011-2016 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit I-2. Global Merchant COTS Systems Market, Normalized Growth Curve, 2011-2016 (Dollar Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2011 Value)
  • Exhibit I-3. Leading Vendors, Merchant COTS Systems, 2011 (Companies Ranked by Estimated Year 2011 Global Market Share)
  • Exhibit I-4. Global Merchant COTS Systems Market by Region, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit I-S. North American Merchant COTS Systems Market, 2011-2016 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit I-6. North American Merchant COTS Systems Market, Normalized Growth Curve, 2011-2016 (Dollar Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2011 Value)
  • Exhibit I-7. Leading Vendors, North American Merchant COTS Systems, 2011 (Companies Ranked by Estimated Year 2011 Market Share)
  • Exhibit I-8. North American Merchant COTS Systems, segmented by End User Service, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments) Exhibit I-9 North American Merchant COTS Systems, segmented by Electronics Platform Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit I-10. North American Merchant COTS Systems, segmented by Electronics Mission Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit I-11. North American Merchant COTS Military Communications Systems, segmented by Application, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit I-12. North American Merchant COTS Systems, Number of Years Offered
  • Exhibit I-13. North American Merchant COTS Systems, Notice of EOL (Months)
  • Exhibit I-14. North American Merchant COTS Systems, Support after Discontinuation (Years)
  • Exhibit I-15. North American Merchant COTS Systems, segmented by Architecture! Form Factor, 2011-2016 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit I-16. North American Merchant COTS Systems, segmented by Architecture! Form Factor, Normalized Growth Curve 2011-2016 Dollar (Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2011 Levels)
  • Exhibit I-17. North American Merchant COTS Systems, segmented by Architecture! Form Factor, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit I-18. North American Merchant COTS Systems, segmented by Channel of Distribution, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit I-19. North American Merchant COTS Systems, segmented by Customer Class, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)

VME

  • Exhibit Il-1. North American Market, Merchant COTS VME Systems, 2011-2016(US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit II-2. North American Market, Merchant COTS VME Systems, Normalized Growth Curve, 2011-2016 (Dollar Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2011 Levels)
  • Exhibit II-3. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, segmented by End User Service, 2011 &2014(% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-4. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, segmented by Electronics Platform Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-5. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, segmented by Electronics Mission Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-6. North American Merchant COTS VME Military Communications Systems, segmented by Application, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-7. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, segmented by System Architecture, 2008 & 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-8. North American Merchant COTS VXS, VPX, VPX-REDI and OpenVPX System Shipments, Primary End User Services, 2011 (Services Ranked by Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-9. North American Merchant COTS VXS, VPX and VPX-REDI System Shipments, Primary Electronics Platform Classifications, 2011 (Platforms Ranked by Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-10. North American Merchant COTS VXS, VPX, VPX-REDI and OpenVPX System Shipments, Primary Electronics Mission Classifications, 2011 (Missions Ranked by Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit Il-11. North American Merchant COTS VXS, VPX, VPX-REDI and OpenVPX Systems, segmented by Primary Backplane Switch Fabric Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-12. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Approximate Allocation of Value, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-13. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Maximum Board Size, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-14. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Primary Cooling Method, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-15. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Ruggedization Class, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-16. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Reliability Enhancements, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-17. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Primary CPU Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-18. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, CPU Core Configuration, 2008 & 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-19. North American Merchant COTS VME Multicore Systems, Estimated Electronic Platform Classification, 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-20. North American Merchant COTS VME Multicore Systems, Estimated Electronic Mission Classification, 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-21. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Multiple Discrete Processor Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-22. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Shipments with & without OS, 2011 &2014(% of Dollar Volume Shipments
  • Exhibit II-23. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, Estimated Operating System Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-24. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems utilizing RTOSs, Estimated Electronic Platform Classification, 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-25. North American Merchant COTS VME Systems utilizing RTOSs, Estimated Electronic Mission Classification, 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit II-26. Leading Vendors, North American Merchant COTS VME Systems, 2011 (Companies Ranked by Estimated Year 2011 Market Share)

Compact PCI

  • Exhibit III-1. North American Market, Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, 2011-2016 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit III-2. North American Market, Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Normalized Growth Curve, 2011 -2016 Dollar Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2008 Levels)
  • Exhibit III-3. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, segmented by End User Service, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-4. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, segmented by Electronics Platform Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-5. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, segmented by Electronics Mission Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-6. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Military Communications Systems, segmented by Application, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-7. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, segmented by System Architecture, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-8. North American Merchant COTS Fabric Enabled Compact PCI System Shipments, Primary End User Services, 2011 (Services Ranked by Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-9. North American Merchant COTS Fabric Enabled Compact PCI System Shipments, Primary Electronics Platform Classifications, 2011 (Platforms Ranked by Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-10. North American Merchant COTS Fabric Enabled Compact PCI System Shipments, Primary Electronics Mission Classifications, 2011 (Missions Ranked by Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-11. North American Merchant COTS Fabric Enabled Compact PCI Systems, segmented by Backplane Switch Fabric Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-12. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Approximate Allocation of Value, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-13. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Maximum Board Size, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-14. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Cooling Method, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-15. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Ruggedization Class, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-16. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Reliability Enhancements, 2011 &2014(% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-17. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, CPU Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-18. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, CPU Core Configuration, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-19. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Multicore Systems, Estimated Electronics Platform Classification, 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-20. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Multicore Systems, Estimated Electronics Mission Classification, 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-21. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Multiple Discrete Processor Use, 2011 &2014(% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-22. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Shipments with & without 05, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-23. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, Estimated Operating System Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-24. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems utilizing RTOSs, Estimated Electronic Platform Classification, 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-25. North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems utilizing RTOSs, Estimated Electronic Mission Classification, 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit III-26. Leading Vendors, North American Merchant COTS Compact PCI Systems, 2008 (Companies Ranked by Estimated Year 2008 Market Share)

ATCA

  • Exhibit IV-1. North American Market, Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, 2011-2016 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit IV-2. North American Market, Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, Normalized Growth Curve, 2011 -2016 Dollar Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2011 Levels)
  • Exhibit IV-3. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, segmented by End User Service, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-4. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, segmented by Electronics Platform Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-5. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, segmented by Electronics Mission Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-6. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Military Communications Systems, segmented by Application, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-7. North American Merchant ATCA Systems, segmented by Backplane Link Technology Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-8. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, Approximate Allocation of Value, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-9. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, Ruggedization Class, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-10. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, Reliability Enhancements, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-11. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, CPU Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-12. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, CPU Core Configuration, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-13. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, Multiple Discrete Processor Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-14. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, Shipments with & without 05, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipment)
  • Exhibit IV-15. North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, Estimated Operating System Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit IV-16. Leading Vendors, North American Merchant COTS ATCA Systems, 2011

ATCA

  • Exhibit V-1. North American Market, Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, 2011-2016 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit V-2. North American Market, Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, Normalized Growth Curve, 2011-2016 Dollar Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2011 Levels)
  • Exhibit V-3. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, segmented by End User Service, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-4. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, segmented by Electronics Platform Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-5. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, segmented by Electronics Mission Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-6. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Military Communications Systems, segmented by Application, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-7. North American Merchant MicroTCA Systems, segmented by Backplane Link Technology Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-8. North American Merchant MicroTCA Systems, segmented by Chassis Configuration, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-9. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, Approximate Allocation of Value, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-10. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, Ruggedization Class, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-11. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, Reliability Enhancements, 2008 & 2011 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-12. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, CPU Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-13. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, CPU Core Configuration, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-14. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, Shipments with & without 05, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit V-15. North American Merchant COTS MicroTCA Systems, Estimated Operating System Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)

Stackables

  • Exhibit VI-1. North American Market, Merchant COTS PC/104 Family Systems, 2011-2016 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit VI-2. North American Market, Merchant COTS PC/104 Family Systems, Normalized Growth Curve, 2011-2016 Dollar Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2011 Levels)
  • Exhibit VI-3. North American Market, Merchant COTS Non-PC/104 Family Stackable Systems, 2011-2016 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit VI-4. North American Market, Merchant COTS Non-PC/104 Family Stackable Systems, Normalized Growth Curve, 2011-2016 Dollar Volume Shipments Normalized to Year 2011 Levels)
  • Exhibit VI-5. North American Merchant COTS PC/104 Family Systems, segmented by End User Service, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-6. North American Merchant COTS Non-PC/104 Family Stackable Systems, segmented by End User Service, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-7. North American Merchant COTS PC/104 Family Systems, segmented by Electronics Platform Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-8. North American Merchant COTS Non-PC/104 Family Stackable Systems, segmented by Electronics Platform Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-9. North American Merchant COTS PC/104 Family Systems, segmented by Electronics Mission Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-10. North American Merchant COTS Non-PC/104 Family Stackable Systems, segmented by Electronics Mission Classification, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-11. North American Merchant COTS PC/104 Family Systems, segmented by PC/104 Architecture, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-12. North American Merchant COTS Non-PC/104 Family Stackable Systems, segmented by Form Factor, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-13. North American Merchant COTS PC/104 Family Systems, Approximate Allocation of Value, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-14. North American Merchant COTS Stackable Systems, Ruggedization Class, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-15. North American Merchant COTS Stackable Systems, Reliability Enhancements, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipment
  • Exhibit VI-16. North American Merchant COTS Stackable Systems, Primary CPU Use, 2011 & 20141 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-17. North American Merchant COTS Stackable Systems, CPU Core Configuration, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-18. North American Merchant COTS Stackable Systems, Shipments with & without 05, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)
  • Exhibit VI-19. North American Merchant COTS Stackable Systems, Estimated Operating System Use, 2011 & 2014 (% of Dollar Volume Shipments)

Demand Side

  • Exhibit VI-1. VDC 2012 COTS Market Survey Regional Demographics
  • Exhibit VI-2. VDC 2012 COTS Market Survey Organization Type Demographics
  • Exhibit VI-3. VDC 2012 COTS Market Survey Respondent Role Demographics
  • Exhibit VI-4. VDC 2012 COTS Market Survey Vertical Market Demographics
  • Exhibit VI-5. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Applications
  • Exhibit VI-6. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Processor Type Usage
  • Exhibit VI-7. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Processor Supplier
  • Exhibit VI-8. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Processor Family Usage - Current EICS
  • Exhibit VI-9. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Processor Configuration Usage - Current EICS
  • Exhibit VI-10. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Processor Power Usage
  • Exhibit VI-11. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Development Tool Usage
  • Exhibit VI-12. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Operating System Usage - Current EICS
  • Exhibit VI-13. VDC 2012 Americas COTS Mil/Aero Operating System Type
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