Market Trends: Embedded Software Development Tools and RTOS Markets Show Growth, Worldwide, 2003
Published: 14 February 2005
The worldwide embedded software development tools and real-time operating system markets finally experienced growth in 2003. In terms of software and software maintenance revenue, the overall ESDT market will achieve a 7.8 percent compound annual growth rate through 2008.
Table Of Contents
- Report Overview, Definitions and Methodologies
- Report Organization
- Data Collection Process
- ESDT and RTOS Market Segmentation and Definitions
- Major Trends
- Rising Semiconductor Content in Systems
- Device Complexity and Multifunctionality
- Growth of the Design Service Market
- 2003 Worldwide Market Trends
- Growing Importance of Platforms
- Device Forecast
- RTOS Market
- Vendor Performance and Market Share
- RTOS Forecast
- Development Tools
- Integrated Development Environments
- In-Circuit Emulators
- System-Level Design
- Glossary of Terms
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