Key Players profiled in this report are : Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Ask, Quora, YouTube, DuckDuckGo, Blekko
Pune, India -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/17/2018 -- Search engine technology provides a methodology or framework that facilitates search on the World Wide Web (WWW). The installed software program initially examines and explores the database, taking into account the keywords provided as search terms and helps you retrieve the data associated with those keywords. Automated systems continually search for content to maintain recently updated data or web content. The rapid increase in the amount of data on the Internet has created new problems in terms of analysis, organization, search and the gathering of vast amounts of information. Because existing search engines are based on initial directory services, there is currently a limit to the management of large amounts of heterogeneous information retrieval. As a result, search engines have become more sophisticated and search speed and efficiency have improved. An engine with improved search technology and improved efficiency is called a next-generation search engine.
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This report studies the global Next Generation Search Engines market, analyzes and researches the Next Generation Search Engines development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. This report focuses on the top players in global market, like: Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Ask, Quora, YouTube, DuckDuckGo, Blekko
Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers: United States, EU, Japan, China, India, Southeast Asia
Market segment by Type, Next Generation Search Engines can be split into: Mobile, Desktop
Market segment by Application, Next Generation Search Engines can be split into: Enterprise, Individual and Other
The demand for new technologies and the need for relevant information is expected to support the growth of the next generation search engine market during the forecast period. As the number of Internet users increases, the penetration rate of smartphones is increasing and the market is expanding. However, privacy issues and high initial setup costs are limiting the next-generation search engine market.
The global next-generation search engine market can be categorized by platform type, end-user industry, enterprise size and region. Depending on the platform type, the next-generation search engine market can be classified as mobile and desktop. Based on the end user industry, the next generation search engine market can be divided into BFSI, medical, consulting, automotive, oil and gas, retail, media and entertainment. BFSI-led consulting is estimated to remain a significant end-use industry in the global next-generation search engine market due to companies providing customer service, advisory and decision support, investment consulting and related solutions within the next few years. Other related domains.
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At the regional level, the next-generation global search engine market can be classified as North America, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA). The next generation search engine market in North America is expected to grow at a considerable rate of growth compared to other markets in the region and maintain a prominent share of the forecast period. The United States and Canada are expected to lead the region's next-generation search engine market. This may be mainly due to technological advances and the presence of key industry participants. The Asia-Pacific region is expected to expand significantly due to the information and technology industries booming in countries such as China, India, Korea, Japan and the Philippines. APAC's next-generation search engine market is also dominated by the significant growth of SMEs, led by industrialization. In addition, the adoption of advanced technology in this region is another attractive trend that represents a favorable opportunity for the region's next generation search engine market.