Showing posts from November 1, 2016

The Global Wrist Wearable Market

With a focus on the aesthetic sense of usersandhealth parameters, the global wrist wearable market is expected to grow in terms of shipment and in terms of revenue. Apple and Samsung are the leading manufacturers of wrist wearable devices in the market as of 2016, according to Technavio. 
I can also observe that, this market is fragmented and competitive with an increasing number of new vendors entering the market with low entry barriers. Fitbit is leading the momentum, andnew entrants like Xiaomi may be a threat to the existing leading vendors in the future. 
According to Technavio, Top seven wrist wearable market vendors include:Apple, Fitbit, Garmin,Jawbone, Lenovo,Samsung Electronics and Xiaomi.

Accelerator Solutions for Installing and Deploying Applications on GPU-Accelerated Database

At the center of stakes, we have the ability to quickly ingest, explore and visualize streaming data sets, including for Internet of Things (IoT) use cases, by leveraging the power of GPUs.
In effect, Kinetica, provider of the fast, in-memory database accelerated by GPUs makes available Install Accelerator and Application Accelerator programs; two new software and services offerings designed to help users quickly ingest, explore and visualize streaming data sets, including for Internet of Things (IoT) use cases, by leveraging the power of GPUs.

Hybrid IoT Modules Combining 3G Cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GNSS into a Single Package

Intel® Atom™ x3 SoC Processor technology is at the heart of stakes with the global commercial availability of the hybrid IoT modules that combine 3G Cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GNSS into a single package
In effect, the new HE922-3GR and WE922-3GR smart module series in the xE922 family can deliver a complete end-to-end solution ideal for providers in a broad range of application areas including healthcare, vending, POS, public parking, smart buildings, smart grid and the industrial internet of things.

Key growth phases of the Chinese smartphone market

I have a pleasure to recall that, there were three key growth phases of the Chinese smartphone market seen in the past few years. The first phase (before 2014) was when it was driven mainly by operators. Samsung, Lenovo, and Coolpad led the smartphone market then with the help of huge subsidies offered by operators.
In the second phase (2014-2015), with e-commerce booming in China, Xiaomi was one of the first vendors that leveraged the e-commerce wave and disrupted the market by selling its phones online through its flash sales
IDC reveals that, the third phase unfolded this 2016, where the share of phones sold online has started to stabilize, with OPPO and vivo that triumphed due to their strengths in the offline channels especially in Tier 3 to Tier 5 cities.

The new Game Drive for Xbox SSD

At the core of stakes, we have elite gamers,fast boot and load performance; we have flash storage to improve the gaming experience and 2TB and 4TB capacities.

In effect, the new Game Drive for Xbox SSD is designed exclusively for Xbox featuring easy setup and install, the sleek and stylish aluminum enclosure.

OPPO, VIVO, Huawei Xiaomi, Apple, and others in the Chinese smartphone market

The Chinese smartphone market is very dynamic with numerous vendors that continuously multiply and diversify their marketing strategies. OPPO, VIVO, Huawei Xiaomi, Lenovo, and Apple are at the core of this market in terms shipment volumes and innovations. 
According to IDC’s latest Asia/Pacific Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, the China smartphone market grew 5.8% YoY and 3.6% QoQ in the third quarter of 2016, with OPPO and vivo overtaking Huawei for the first time in the market
One can observe that, OPPO and vivo rose because the Chinese market has evolved beyond operator and online driven channels over to an offline structure that unites with OPPO and vivo’s strengths.