As 2012 wraps up, ABI Research is back again with our annual whitepaper. Instead of simply focusing on 2013, we set our gaze on the less immediate future, in this edition entitled, “What to Watch For in 2013 and the Years Beyond.” While this whitepaper covers next years’ ups and downs in the world of technology, it will be more heavily inclined towards what will happen in increments of the next two, five, and ten years.
A year’s time can see a complete shift in technologies and a decade can see whole markets disappear and new ones ignite. ABI Research analysts are up for the challenge and bring sound arguments to back up every prediction. From mobile devices and combo chipsets, gaming and OTT services, defense electronics and mobile backhaul, the connected car and indoor location and much more, analysts will take a stab at answering some of the industry’s most pressing questions as we head into 2013 and beyond.
What’s next for Augmented Reality?
What’s the future of LTE and device form factors?
Will 2013 be the year of the connected car?
How will gaming markets extend beyond the console?
What’s the prognosis for consumer and personal robotics?
How will multi-platform approaches shape our TV viewing future?
What are the stark choices service providers face?
ABI Research’s “What to Watch For in 2013 and the Years Beyond” provides an informative, decisive, and occasionally humorous read on our analysts’ expert opinions for 2013 and the coming decade. To download the white paper in Adobe PDF format, please go to “What to Watch For in 2013 and the Years Beyond” (http://www.abiresearch.com/whitepapers/what-to-watch-for-in-2013-and-the-years-beyond/) and click on the “Download this Whitepaper” link.
Journalists wishing to discuss any of the topics it contains with our analysts: please contact Christine Gallen at 516-624-2542 or via the form on our website (http://www.abiresearch.com/contact/journalist-request/).
ABI Research provides in-depth analysis and quantitative forecasting of trends in global connectivity and other emerging technologies. From offices in North America, Europe and Asia, ABI Research’s worldwide team of experts advises thousands of decision makers through 70+ research and advisory services. Est. 1990.