Communication test is key market for general-purpose instruments in China

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  By Rick Nelson, December 5, 2011

"The growth of the general purpose test equipment market heavily depends on the developments occurring in the various end-user segments," says Wei Wei, Research Analyst, Measurement & Instrumentation, Frost & Sullivan. In China, he adds, "the constant evolution of the wireless communications industry is a key market driver."

On Thursday December 8 at 10 a.m. EST, I will be joining Wei and colleagues at Frost & Sullivan for a short teleconference to present new research into the Chinese market for general-purpose test equipment. The free briefing will be followed by a live question-and-answer session.

The teleconference will provide revenue forecasts through 2017, describe market drivers and restraints, and offer competitive analysis while describing market share leaders' efforts to build business in China. It will also include information on the relatively small but growing market segment for general-purpose modular instruments.

According to Wei, "Test equipment vendors are moving towards higher frequencies, increasing bandwidth, and more accuracy to meet the needs of customers in regards to evolving wireless standards. On the other hand, the proliferation of electronic devices and their high replacement rate make green engineering necessary for sustainable development, which also offers market opportunities to test equipment vendors."
In addition to covering the market for communication test, he will also address aerospace and defense, electronics manufacturing, industrial and automotive, and other market segments for general-purpose test equipment.

To register for this event, "Analyst Briefing: Growing Market for General Purpose Test Equipment in China," click here.


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