NanoMarkets Issues Latest Report On Quantum Dots, Says QDs Now A Major Competitive Threat To OLEDs
December 21, 2014
Sunday, December 21, 2014: Glen Allen: According to "Market Opportunities for Quantum Dots: 2015 to 2022," a new report from industry analyst firm NanoMarkets, quantum dots have now progressed far enough down the curve to pose a significant competitive threat to OLED technology. NanoMarkets considers 2014 as the breakout year for QDs, which achieved significant penetrations in smaller mobile displays for the first time and have now been firmly established as a significant threat to the future of OLED technology. In the firm's new report, the market for quantum dots (QDs) will grow to $5.5 billion in revenues in 2020.

TrendForce: DRAMeXchange Updates on Mobile Memory
December 21, 2014
DRAMeXchange reported mobile memory will account for 36 percent of overall DRAM production this year and is very likely to surpass 40 percent of production in 2015, according to a release from TrendForce. "Because of high demand for mobile memory, DRAM manufacturers have somewhat reduced standard memory production, keeping module prices high," said Ken Kuo, Assistant Vice President at DRAMeXchange. "All DRAM manufacturers are staying profitable. The increasingly oligopolistic nature of the market and changes in market demand will stable the development of the industry in 2015."

NDSsi Features an Expanded Portfolio of Radiology Display and Enterprise Management Solutions at RSNA 2014
December 21, 2014
The Dome by NDSsi line of radiology displays is showcasing an extended range of sizes, further expansion into LED backlight technology, and new enterprise imaging software for secure remote display systems management.

Huntkey Enterprise Group makes inroads into market in Bangladesh
December 20, 2014
 Huntkey Enterprise Group makes inroads into market in Bangladesh. Huntkey Enterprise Group, a global professional power supply provider, today announced it has started a cooperation with Global Brand Pvt.Ltd., to explore the mainstream markets in Bangladesh.

Ready for the American dream?
December 20, 2014
Xiaomi Corp - the world's third-largest smartphone manufacturer - plans to launch its new handset at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next year, marking the US market debut for the fast growing Chinese IT company. Xiaomi is poised to enter the US scene. However, a patent row in the Indian market has cast a shadow over the company's overseas prospects. Gladdy Chu reports.

Apple and IBM Deliver First Wave of IBM MobileFirst for iOS Apps
December 20, 2014
India, Dec. 20 -- CUPERTINO, California and ARMONK, New YorkDecember 10, 2014Apple and IBM today deliver the first wave of IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions in a new class of made-for-business apps and supporting cloud services that bring IBMs big data and analytics capabilities to iPhone and iPad users in the enterprise. IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions are now available to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, telecommunications and for governments and airlines, thanks to an unprecedented collaboration between Apple and IBM. IBM clients today announcing support for IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions include: Citi, Air Canada, Sprint and Banorte. What were delivering aims directly at the new quest of businesssmart technologies that unlock new value at the intersection of big data and individual engagement, said Bridget van Kralingen, senior vice president, IBM Global Business Services. Our collaboration combines IBMs industry expertise and unmatched position in enterprise computing, with Apples legendary user experience and excellence in product design to lift the performance of a new generation of business professionals.

Researchers build room-temperature memory that doesn't need a current to retain data
December 19, 2014
All modern computer memory works on basically the same principle - an electrical current is used to change the charge state of a cell. That charge state is then "read" by the memory controller. Whether we're talking about NAND flash or RAM, this basic property is identical between them. Now, researchers at Cornell have announced and demonstrated a device based on bismuth ferrite that can store data and retrieve data without needing an electrical current to do so. The implications of such a room-temperature breakthrough could be profound - a long time from now. Magnetoelectric memory is attractive precisely because it removes the electrical currents that currently (pun intended) account for a substantial fraction of power consumption in a system. If the DRAM or cache subsystems could draw less electrical power, total device battery life would increase. The impact of shifting to alternative ferroelectric or magnetoelectric memory systems could be substantial - more than equal to the traditional gains of adopting new process nodes.

Lithography continues to drive Moore's law
December 19, 2014
SPIE has issued the following news release: The semiconductor industry takes its impulse from Moore's law, an observation made by Gordon Moore in 1965 that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years. This trend results in smaller, more powerful, and less expensive chips, allowing consumer electronics companies to deliver more functionality to their customers while decreasing product cost. To date, Moore's law has been driven by shrink (making devices ever smaller), and for this to continue, device scaling needs to continue to provide both lower cost and improved performance as we approach the 10nm node (i.e., next-generation technology) and beyond. This requires a comprehensive approach to the entire lithography process, extending the use of immersion lithography (the current state-of-the-art standard wherein a droplet of water is used as the last lens element to enable a larger lens aperture) as well as moving to the next wavelength: extreme UV (EUV) lithography.

Intel Launches New IoT Platform, Jason Hope States Competition Will Make IoT More Practical.CM Intel Corp.
December 19, 2014
  Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) December 19, 2014     Intel has announced the launch of a new Internet of Things platform, as reported by Engadget.com. The new platform, which is called simply the Intel IoT Platform, is designed to unify many features of the Internet of Things to build a foundation for multiple devices to interconnect and connect to the cloud. Jason Hope believes that this announcement could make the Internet of Things more practical for the user and for developers.

Household-refuse disposal services
December 19, 2014
Contract award: municipal waste collection from property owners living in the commune dzierzoni?w and their management. The contract is for the implementation of municipal waste collection services from property owners living in the commune Dzierzoni?w and their management.


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