DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Workstation Report - Professional Computing Markets and Technologies" newsletter to their offering.
Now in its twelfth year, "Workstation Report - Professional Computing Markets and Technologies" has established itself as the essential reference guide for hardware and software vendors and suppliers serving the workstation and professional graphics markets.
The Workstation Report series includes a breadth of market data and research, including six total reports issued over the year. All in all, a subscription entitles subscribers to:
Two extensive semi-annual reports, comprehensively assessing the state of the workstation and professional graphics industries
The service includes two semi-annual revisions of the Workstation Report, a complete reference manual on the workstation and professional graphics businesses. Anything you want to know about the markets, technologies and industry players can be found in this all-inclusive report.
Four quarterly market bulletins covering both workstations and professional graphics
Also included in a year's subscription are four quarterly market bulletins, each around 40 to 50 pages and timed to highlight the previous quarter's (and year's) results in the workstation and professional graphics hardware markets. Each quarterly comes with a companion XLS file, with a comprehensive array of tables and figures that go into more detail than the basic text of the bulletin. The market quarterlies are released around eight weeks after the close of the previous quarter.
Limited complementary access to workstation analyst
While the service does not formally include any consulting hours, we welcome subscribers with periodic questions or inquiries pertaining to the report, market data and analysis. Such access is complementary (but limited). And of course, if a subscriber requires more lengthy and involved assistance, we can arrange for dedicated consulting services.
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