The PC graphics industry is resilient: chip shipments decline but new product introductions increase

Posted by Jon Peddie on October 10th 2002 | Permalink
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TIBURON, CA—October 10, 2002 —Leading research firm for multimedia and graphics, Jon Peddie Research, today announced the results of their Quarterly Report on the Graphics semiconductor market. The study has found the graphics industry to be relatively hardy in comparison to the computer industry as a whole. The second quarter of

Graphics Industry shows resilience

Posted by Jon Peddie on October 7th 2002 | Permalink
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TIBURON, CA—October 7, 2002 —Leading research firm for multimedia and graphics, Jon Peddie Research, today announced the results of their Quarterly Report on the Graphics semiconductor market. The study has found the graphics industry to be relatively hardy in comparison to the computer industry as a whole.The second quarter of

Webcast During SIGGRAPH Features Computer Graphics

Posted by Jon Peddie on August 2nd 2002 | Permalink
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MILL VALLEY, Calif.—August 2, 2002—Computer graphics has progressed amazingly in the last two years to the point where the press is saying, "Games outsell movies, and can you tell the difference anymore?" On July 24 at a standing room-only lunch during SIGGRAPH, Dr. Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research and a

PC Market Consumes 30% More GPUs than CPUs – and Prices Continue to Decline, says JPR

Posted by Jon Peddie on August 1st 2002 | Permalink
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TIBURON, Calif. — August 1, 2002   According to Jon Peddie Research (JPR), graphics out ship CPUs while prices within the PC market continue to be pressured downward. Findings from JPR's Market Watch report indicate 30% of the computers that ship have two graphics devices for every x86-based processor. This, the report

Lunch with us at Siggraph 2002

Posted by Jon Peddie on July 24th 2002 | Permalink
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Computer graphics has progressed amazingly in the last two years to the point where the press is saying, "Games outsell movies and can you tell the difference anymore?" Might we have obtained "good enough" computer graphics? Are we at the knee of diminishing returns? And what does this mean for

JPR To Release Report on the PC Graphics Industry; Offers Forecasts through ‘04 for Graphics Supplie

Posted by Jon Peddie on April 9th 2002 | Permalink
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TIBURON, Calif. — April 9, 2002 – Leading research and consulting firm for multimedia and graphics, Jon Peddie Research (JPR), announced it will release Jon Peddie's Market Watch 2H'01, on Monday, April 15. The detailed report takes an in-depth look at activity in the PC-based graphics market for the second half of 2001 and contains vital

Jon Peddie Research names NVIDIA Workstation Leader

Posted by Jon Peddie on March 12th 2002 | Permalink
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TIBURON, CA—March 12, 2002—Leading research firm for multimedia and graphics, Jon Peddie RESEARCH, today announced the results of a recent study that once again demonstrates that the graphics sector outstrips technology industry trends with eleven percent growth predicted for the graphics workstation market in 2002. According to data collected by Jon

Webcasts Available From Two Exclusive Events That Look Behind the Scenes of Multimedia During CES

Posted by Jon Peddie on January 15th 2002 | Permalink
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TIBURON, CA—January 15, 2002 –A webcast exploring the revolution and ubiquity of multimedia featuring a distinguished panel and headlined by leading industry analyst, Dr. Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research, is now available at http://www.patmeier.com/pieros/CESpeddie.htm. The panel event took place during a press breakfast produced

Jon Peddie Takes a Look Behind the Scenes of Multimedia During CES

Posted by Jon Peddie on January 8th 2002 | Permalink
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CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW, LAS VEGAS, NV—January 8, 2002 – The revolution in digital graphics, audio, video, broadband and home networking will be the focus of a panel discussion headlined by leading industry analyst, Dr. Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research, http://www.jonpeddie.com. The independent press event, "What's Behind Multimedia," will