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Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Research Points Out Global ODD Shipments for 1H


According to a report announced by Techno Systems Research (TSR), Hitachi-LG Data Storage (HLDS) and Toshiba-Samsung Storage Technology (TSST) continue to have the lead in the global shipments of half-height (H/H) optical disc drives (ODDs), for the first half of this year.

Almost 96.07 million H/H ODDs were shipped globally, while 35.08 million slim-type ODDs were shipped, with respective growth reaching 3.51% and 39.54% on year.

According to the report, HLDS holds 32.01% of the global market share (30.75 million drives), followed by TSST that hold 21.86% (21.00 million drives). The Japanese/Korean alliances face a strong competition from Taiwanese LiteOn, which ranks third in the list with an 18.32% global share, followed by BenQ with only 9.34%. The listing compiled by Techno Systems Research is completed with the positions for NEC (6.07%), Pioneer (5.79%) and Asustek (2.40%).

The same research indicates that Panasonic holds 27.59% of the global market share of slim-type ODDs, followed by HLDS and TSST. Taiwanese Quanta Storage is ranked fourth in the list, followed by Teac, NEC and Sony.

Complete details and information is available at Digitimes.com.

About Techno Systems Research (TSR)

TSR is a major marketing research company located in Japan. TSR provides market data, market analysis, and market prospect to help customer to make decisions. TSR is based in Japan, however, our analysts cover worldwide market and research directly to the target market place. For more information visit www.t-s-r.co.jp.


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