China's Red Supply Chain: Driving Factors, Taiwan IT Industry's Countermeasures Reviewed in New 2015 Market Research Report

PUNE, India -- The Rise of China's Red Supply Chain and Taiwan's Countermeasures is a September 2015 market research report that provides an overview of China's red supply chain, its contributing driving factors and analysis of how Taiwan views the rise of red supply chain and includes several countermeasures.

The emergence of red supply chain in China has been exerting increasing pressure on existing players in the high-tech sector, including Taiwanese companies. While some predict Taiwan's IT industry will be replaced soon, others are confident in Taiwanese companies' ability to sustain lead with smart manufacturing technologies. This report provides an overview of China's red supply chain and driving factors behind its emergence; looks closely at its impacts on the global PC, smartphone, and tablet supply chains and provides insights on how to respond to such threat in the long run by identifying several countermeasures.

This 2015 market research report provides overview of China's red supply chain and its contributing factors as well as global notebook PC, desktop PC and tablet market share by branded vendor for the period 2012-2015 and highlights Chinese brands that are on an upward growth trajectory. It covers outline of major Chinese companies who manufacture key components for use in low-cost tablets, including application processors, panels/touch panels, lens and modules, memory modules and battery cells along with an outline of major Chinese companies who manufacture key components for use in smartphones and tablets, including touch panels, battery cells, chassis, and others. The report also provides an analysis of how Taiwan views the rise of red supply chain and includes several countermeasures.

Companies covered in this report on red supply chain of China and Taiwan views on it include AcBel, Acer, Allwinner, AMD, Amlogic, Amperex Technology, Apple, ASUS, ATL, AUO, BAK, BOE, BYD, Century Display, Cisco, Coolpad, CPT, Dell, Delta, Deren Electronics, Desay Battery, DynaPack, ECS, Foxconn, Fujitsu, Gold Circuit Electronics, Goworld, Greatwall, GSEO, HannStar, HP, HTC, Huawei, Huntkey, Hynix, IBM, In Win, Infotmic, Innolux, Intel, Jhing-sheng, Jiantian, Jorgantronics, Kunshan InfoVision Opto, Kunshan Q Tech, Largan Precision, Lenovo, Leyden, LFE, LG, LGD, Lite-On, Luxshare, MediaTek, Micron, Microsoft, MSI, Nissha Printing, Nvidia, Oceansun, O-Film Tech, Panasonic, Primax Electronics, Qualcomm, Ramaxel, Rockchip, Samsung, SanDisk, Sanyo, Seagate, SEMCO, Sharp, Simplo, Sony, Sunny Optical, Sunwoda, Tianjin Lishen, Tianma, Toshiba, TPK, Truly, TungDa, WD, WinTek, WonderMedia, Wuxi A-kerr, Xiaomi, Youngfast and ZTE. Order a copy of The Rise of China's Red Supply Chain and Taiwan's Countermeasures market research report at .

For the semiconductors, electronics, IT and Telecommunications market stakeholders and decision makers, has multiple newly published and relevant research titles that may be of interest:

Worldwide and Taiwanese Semiconductor Packaging & Testing Industry, 2015 and Beyond: As the availability of wearable devices and the IoT (Internet of Things) increases, new opportunities and challenges await the Taiwanese IC packaging and testing industry. This report recaps the recent development of the worldwide and Taiwanese IC packaging and testing industry while forecasting their developments in 2015 and beyond from the aspects of market trends and industrial structure. Information covered include shipment value forecasts of the worldwide and Taiwanese IC packaging and testing industries from 2015 to 2017. Companies like Amkor Technology, ASE, ASE Embedded Electronics Inc., Chipbond Technology, ChipMOS, FCI, Greatek Electronic, JCET, J-Device, Micron, Nepes, OCZ, Panasonic, Promos, PTI, Renesas, Samsung, SK Hynix, SMIC, SPIL, STATS ChipPAC, TDK, Tianshui Huatian Technology, Toshiba, TSMC, UTAC, Wuxi Tongzhi Microelectronics and Xilinx are mentioned in this research report available at .

Development of the Global Tablet Industry and Market: High levels of homogeneity among tablets and the increasing threats from phablets and low-cost notebook PCs have taken their toll on sales of tablets as the tablet market value is estimated to see year-on-year decline in 2015 for the first time; in anticipation of more branded vendors expanding footprint into 2-in-1 tablets, the 2-in-1 tablet market is projected to grow by 62.5% in 2015 compared to 2014. This report provides the overview of global tablet market and examines market and product development trends while touching on several highlighted topics. The research provides market volume forecast of the global mobile computing, comprising of tablets and notebook PCs, for the period 2015-2019 along with tablet market share by operating system, branded vendor and screen size and includes market share of 3G/4G enabled tablets; 2-in-1 tablet shipment volume and their market share by branded vendor in 2015. Acer, Allwinner, Amazon, Apple, ASUS, Compal, Dell, Foxconn, Google, HP, Intel, Inventec, Lenovo, MediaTek, Microsoft, Pegatron, Qualcomm, Quanta, Rockchip, Samsung, Sony and Wistron are the companies mentioned in this table market research report available at .

Complete report on red supply chain of China spread across 22 pages and supported with 1 table and 6 figures is now available at

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