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December 2018 Market Insights – Technology

26 December 2018 IHS Markit Technology Expert

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Building, Home & City Technology
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Healthcare Technology
  • A.I. in medical imaging… a must-have, whatever it is - Jason dePreaux
    One might think new technology that holds the promise to reduce medical costs, improve diagnoses, and raise patient comfort would make for exciting conversations in the medical imaging industry. Instead, the mere mention of A.I. today causes frequent and dismissive eye-rolls.
  • Mammography equipment market: the rich get richer - Adam Davidson
    The global mammography equipment market boomed in 2017, but strong performances in mature markets contributed to the growing disparity between these markets and smaller, emerging markets.
  • RSNA 2018: United Imaging’s American dream - Adam Davidson
    Equipped with confidence and ample investor contributions, United Imaging announced at RSNA its bold aspirations to enter and become a force in the United States imaging market.
  • MEDICA 2018 brief – A change is coming - Kelly Patrick
    IHS Markit recently attended the world’s largest medical trade fair in Dusseldorf, Germany. Attendees ranged from healthcare professionals with a vested interest in learning more about innovative technologies, to dealers looking to establish relationships with new manufacturers.
  • Patient monitoring: any signs of a pulse? - Kelly Patrick
    There has been a shift change in the patient monitor market, with innovation focused on improving cost efficiency, work-flow, and coverage of patient status.
  • RSNA 2018: The comfortable MRI scan–oxymoron no more? - Holley Lewis
    Medical imaging manufacturers are working to relieve MRI-induced anxiety by enhancing patient comfort.
Manufacturing Technology
  • Low-voltage motors in process industry markets up 4% in 2017 - Ivan Campos
    The low-voltage motor market contracted in 2016. Process industries were hit the hardest, largely due to depressed oil prices and oversupply concerns in the projects business.
  • The rise of the Chinese machine safety market - IHS Markit Technology Expert
    The China International Industry Fair (CIIF) 2018, held in Shanghai on September 19-23, attracted numerous exhibitors and global audiences. The Industrial internet of things (IIoT) was the main theme of the show.
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Mobile & Telecom
Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices
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  • Cisco doubles down on silicon photonics -IHS Markit Technology Expert
    On 18 December 2018, Cisco announced plans to acquire Luxtera Incorporated, a privately held semiconductor company focused on silicon photonics (SiP)- based solutions, for $660 million in cash and equity.
Media & Advertising
Mobile & Telecom
  • Amdocs leads the convergent charging market – Stephane Teral, Stelyana Baleva
    To address several customer requests about convergent charging market vendor dynamics, we conducted additional research to further explore the “charging” segment of our 27 July 2018 Revenue Management Market Report – Regional.
  • Cisco doubles down on silicon photonics – IHS Markit Technology Expert
    On 18 December 2018, Cisco announced plans to acquire Luxtera Incorporated, a privately held semiconductor company focused on silicon photonics (SiP)- based solutions, for $660 million in cash and equity.
  • The SON shone at TDA USA in rainy San Francisco - Stephane Teral, Stelyana Baleva
    For self-organizing network (SON) fans, pioneers, and pundits, it was rewarding to see the role SON is already playing in network automation, leveraging crucial data sets from big data analytics.
  • There is only one way—the Huawei – Stephane Teral
    As a warm-up for Thanksgiving festivities, Huawei pulled off its ninth Global Mobile Broadband Forum, an extraordinary two-day event at ExCeL London with a total of 2,200 attendees and participants, 57% more than last year’s event, which was also in London.
  • Inside Secure acquires Verimatrix – Merrick Kingston, Cecilia Zhu
    Inside Secure, a mobile, banking, IoT, and SoC security specialist, will acquire video and media security specialist Verimatrix.
Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices
  • In India, localized content is as important as pricing when choosing a video service – Fateha Begum According to the latest consumer surveys from November 2018, when choosing video services in India, three in four connected consumers feel localized content is as important as price, especially the inclusion of local Indian content and the quality of subtitling and dubbing of foreign video content.
  • Inside Secure acquires Verimatrix – Merrick Kingston, Cecilia Zhu
    Inside Secure, a mobile, banking, IoT, and SoC security specialist, will acquire video and media security specialist Verimatrix.
  • Apple October 2018 event review – Horse Liu
    Recap and analysis of the recent October 2018 Apple product announcement event in New York, with the release of the iPad and MacBook Air.
  • 4K and 8K TV broadcasting begins in Japan – Hisakazu Torii, Paul Gray
    On December 1st, the first 4K and 8K TV broadcasts were launched by NHK, available via two satellite channels.
Power & Energy Technology
  • Highlights from Battery and Energy Storage 2018 – Mike Longson, Tala Bassil
    On 4 and 5 December, members of the energy storage team attended the second year of Battery and Energy Storage in Warwick, United Kingdom. Stationary energy storage, EVs, and battery technology were hot topics.
  • New York Public Service Commission approves mandate for 3,000 MW of energy storage by 2030 – Camron Barati, Julian Jansen
    On 13 December, the New York Public Service Commission approved energy storage targets of 1,500 MW by 2025 and a long-term goal of deploying 3,000 MW by 2030, setting the stage for New York’s target to be the highest deployment target in the world.
  • UK capacity market suspended following European Court of Justice ruling – Mike Longson
    The European Court of Justice has ruled in favor of Tempus Energy, a software provider for Demand Side Response (DSR), that the design of the United Kingdom’s capacity market mechanism was seen to support large-scale conventional generation instead of other distributed, lower-emission energy resources and DSR.
Security Technology
  • SaaS in command and control – Alexander Richardson
    This brief provides insight into Software as a Service and its uptake in command and control rooms.
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