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* Which existing connector types are poised for exceptional sales growth? * What new electronic products and technologies are driving this connector growth? * How will the actual global economic slowdown and recovery impact the adoption rate of new interfaces? * Which industry segments will utilize these connectors? Which segments will need the roll-out of entirely new interfaces to cope with specific applications? * Who are the leading manufacturers of these connectors? * How are power connectors being adapted to deliver greater power and signal density while supporting system thermal management strategies? * How do connector manufacturers differentiate their goods defined by a market specification? * What specific applications will drive the growth of the connectors? * What is the forecasted global market value of those growth connectors in the 2009 through 2013 period? * How much with this growth is going to be relying on formal, defacto or special-interest-group-generated standards? * What is driving increasing interest in electronic system design that conforms to standardized hardware platforms? * Which exiting connectors, defined by a market standard, will continue to evolve in terms of bandwidth and signal density? * Will new system packaging techniques for example orthogonal midplane designs become widely adopted within the next 3 to 5 years? * Will new material technology customize the way connectors are created, fabricated and utilized? * Will systems depending on 85-ohm impedance dominate the industry or co-exist with 100-ohm systems? * How will system designer demand for higher speed and b (information from density interfaces influence the roll-out of next-generation connector technology? * Are one-piece, high-performance edge connectors experiencing an upsurge? Why? * Has the performance/cost curve of fiber-optic connectors finally tipped the bonus to fiber over copper in I/O applications? * How will global environmental mandates influence the style of future interconnects? * How is the convergence of computing, communications and consumer entertainment influencing the design of interconnects? * What new classes of items, for example wireless video, light-emitting diode illumination and renewable power generation, will require the development of new interconnect systems? * What technology gaps exist that really must be addressed in order to satisfy next-generation equipment interconnect requirements? * What effect will the adoption of wireless devices don copper cabling and connectors? * How are design engineers addressing potentially conflicting objectives of signal density, power density and thermal density? * How is the popularity toward mobile computing, communication and entertainment influencing a chance to deliver power? * Will smaller semiconductor geometries experience reduced resistance to ESD damage? * In what applications are high-speed Ethernet and Infiniband protocols most effectively applied? * How are global demographics influencing the development of latest electronic products in addition to overall market size? * How are high-speed backplane and I/O connectors evolving to deal with the issues of 40 to 100 Gb/s bandwidth? Are copper 40+ Gb/s interfaces a viable solution, or has copper finally reached its practical bandwidth limit? * How will connector manufacturers address potentially conflicting requirements for identical second sources and protection of intellectual property? * Will Serial ATA and SAS always dominate the storage interconnect landscape? * What new interfaces will dominate emerging automotive applications including infotainment, networking, power management and battery charging? * How will cloud computing and hardware virtualization influence the markets for computing equipment later on? * All of such topics yet others are discussed within this new directory Connector Types and Technologies Poised for Growth.