DIGITAL COLOR REVENUES,$92BIL BY 2007

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DIGITAL COLOR REVENUES,$92BIL BY 2007

 user 2004-01-14 at 10:13:00 am Views: 71
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    WW Digital Color Revenues To Reach $92 Billion by 2007
     IT Strategies forecasts that worldwide revenues from the sale of inkjet (both narrow and wide-format) and color electrophotographic printers (digital presses, connected color copiers, and desktop laser printers) and their related consumables totaled $55 billion in 2002. By 2007, total digital color revenues are forecast to reach almost $92 billion, a CAGR of 11 percent. Note: Prices are calculated at dealer/retail value and revenue figures do not include revenues from printed output.

    In 2002, revenues from chemistry (ink and toner) at almost $27 billion made up almost half of the market.

    By 2007, revenues from chemistry are expected to be almost $50 billion, representing about 54 percent of the market. Hardware revenues will drop from 32 percent ($18 billion) in 2002, to 22 percent ($20 billion) in 2007, reflecting the continuing decline in hardware pricing.