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  • After its success in recent years IFA continues to build on its leading role within the international retail trade, industry and the media. Europe is the world’s largest market for consumer electronics and home appliances digitalization 2.0, networking, 3D TV and eMedia – year-end boom in sales. IFA, the world’s number one, continues to expand. In 2011 its...
    18 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • 3D with and without glasses, web meets TV, apps and tablets, chips and platforms Due to the rapid pace of innovations the consumer electronics industry is constantly setting new standards. The merging of television with the internet, media and devices in 3D and HD, the massive upsurge in sales of tablet PCs, apps and smartphones, as well as networking for...
    15 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • The earthquake-related nuclear disaster in Japan could prove to be a boon to the photovoltaic (PV) industry in Germany and Italy, the world’s two largest solar markets, which have become sensitized to the dangers of a nuclear meltdown, according to new IHS iSuppli research. "Reaction to the Fukushima nuclear crisis has been swift in Germany and Italy,"...
    14 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • According to ABI Research 302 million smartphones shipped in 2010, chalking up a resounding 71% growth over 2009’s shipment levels. Android’s success since its launch is expected to continue: some 69 million smartphones running the Android operating system shipped last year, and ABI Research expects that in 2016 Android will have captured 45% of the market...
    13 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • Apple's new iPhone 5 should go into production in September says Avian Securities in a note this morning. This suggests the iPhone won't be on the market until the end of this year, or even early next year possibly, says Avian. Apple could also be developing a lower price/lower spec iPhone model, says Avian. The report is based on conversations with a "key...
    12 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • China Mobile has selected Ericsson to participate in the world’s largest TD-LTE trial network deployment to date. With the approval of the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), Ericsson will build a TD-LTE trial network in the city of Shenzhen, one of the most advanced telecommunications markets in China. Will support China Mobile...
    11 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • Owing to a strong industrial sector and rising sales of consumer electronics devices, China’s microcontroller (MCU) market is expected to reach $4.7 billion in revenue by 2015, up more than two-thirds from $2.8 billion in 2010, according to new IHS iSuppli research. "Government plans designed to stimulate growth in the electronics business helped the...
    08 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • Now that nearly a month has gone by since the horrific tsunami in Japan on March 11th, it is starting to become clear just how much economic damage has been done. The truth is that the Japanese economy is in much bigger trouble than most people think. This is almost certainly going to be the most expensive disaster in Japanese history. The tsunami that...
    07 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • Col. Charles Wells, project manager of the Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A), told Defense Systems magazine today that DCGS-A Version 3 represents the Defense Department’s first tactical cloud computing node. Called the Griffin software build, this capability is in response to a joint urgent operational need from Army Maj. Gen. Michael Flynn....
    06 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare
  • Samsung is hoping that demand for LTE and WiMAX networks can catapult it to become one of the world's three largest infrastructure vendors by 2015, challenging the likes of Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC), Nokia Siemens Networks and Huawei. "In terms of revenue and the number of contracts, we're trying to break into the top three," I.P. Hong, head of the marketing...
    05 Aprilie 2011/ Continuare

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