HP leads hardcopy peripherals market with share of 40.5% in Q2: IDC

HP is leading the hardcopy peripherals market with market share of 40.5 percent in second quarter of 2013.

The global hardcopy peripherals market revenue declined 1.7 percent in second quarter of 2013 to $13.8 billion, said IDC.

Shipment of hardcopy peripherals reached 26.1 million units.

The two largest markets, the United States and Western Europe, saw positive year-over-year growth in unit shipments, 1.4 percent and 3.9 percent, respectively, IDC said.

The higher speed monochrome speed segments (31-44 ppm and 45-69 ppm) and the total color laser market are driving the best growth prospects for the worldwide hardcopy peripheral market.

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While the inkjet market contracted 6 percent, it remains the dominant hardcopy peripherals technology segment with a 58 percent unit share. In Q2, 15.1 million inkjet devices were shipped with 85 percent of these devices being multi-function printers (MFPs).

In Q2, the monochrome laser market grew 3.5 percent. Monochrome laser devices continue to rank second in both units shipped (8.2 million units) shipment value ($5.4 billion). Monochrome laser units have a 31 percent share of the hardcopy peripherals market in terms of unit shipments and 39 percent share in terms of shipment value.

The color laser market rose 9.7 percent in Q2. Color laser devices retain a 43 percent share of the hardcopy market shipment value in 2Q13, while taking up a 7 percent share of unit shipments.

HP is leading the hardcopy peripherals market with market share of 40.5 percent and 0.5 percent year-over-year growth.

HP’s year-over-year growth averaged 5 percent in six (Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan)(APeJ), Canada, Japan, Middle East & Africa (MEA), Western Europe, and the U.S.) of the eight worldwide regions.

Canon maintained its position as the number 2 vendor, with growth of -2.0 percent. The vendor showed positive growth in two of its top three markets – Western Europe (12.6 percent) and the U.S. (2.2). Canon enjoyed 14.2 percent growth in the inkjet segment in Western Europe.

Epson unit shipments declined 7.3 percent. Epson experienced year-over-year declines in all regions except the U.S., where its year-over-year growth was 12 percent.

Brother shipped 1.8 million units with 6.9 percent share. The vendor grew 3.6 percent in unit shipments. Similar to HP, Brother experienced year-over-year unit shipment growth in six of the eight worldwide regions.

Samsung shipped 1.4 million units with a 5.3 percent share.

Worldwide Hardcopy Peripherals Market Share and Year-Over-Year Growth, Second Quarter 2013

Vendors  2Q13 Unit
Shipments
  2Q13 Market
Share
  2Q12 Unit
Shipments
  2Q12 Market
Share
  2Q13/2Q12
Growth
1. HP  10,552,885  40.5 %  10,500,119  39.6 %  0.5 %
2. Canon  5,554,638  21.3 %  5,669,465  21.4 %  -2.0 %
3. Epson  3,285,962  12.6 %  3,543,637  13.4 %  -7.3 %
4. Brother  1,784,541  6.9 %  1,723,046  6.5 %  3.6 %
5. Samsung  1,382,551  5.3 %  1,342,379  5.1 %  3.0 %
Others  3,508,529  13.5 %  3,764,232  14.2 %  -6.8 %
Total  26,069,106  100.0 %  26,542,878  100.0 %  -1.8 %

Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker, August 2013

Worldwide Hardcopy Peripherals Shipment Value Share and Year-Over-Year Growth, Second Quarter 2013

Vendors  2Q13
Shipment
Value ($M)
  2Q13
Market
Share
  2Q12
Shipment
Value ($M)
  2Q12
Market

Share

  2Q13/2Q12
Growth
1. Xerox  $2,349  17.1 %  $2,444  17.5 %  -3.9 %
2. HP  $2,268  16.5 %  $2,250  16.1 %  0.8 %
3. Canon  $2,108  15.3 %  $2,133  15.2 %  -1.2 %
4. Ricoh  $1,828  13.3 %  $1,895  13.5 %  -3.5 %
5. Konica Minolta  $1,089  7.9 %  $1,139  8.1 %  -4.4 %
Others  $4,126  30.0 %  $4,138  29.6 %  -0.3 %
Total  $13,769  100.0 %  $13,999  100.0 %  -1.7 %

Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker, August 2013

 

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