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Global Quantum Dots Market

Growing Interest in Cadmium-free Quantum Dots is at the core of stakes in the field where, steadily, binary compounds such as cadmium selenide, cadmium sulfide, cadmium telluride, and indium arsenide are popular compounds that are used to make quantum dots.
According to Research and Markets,the global quantum dots market will grow at a CAGR of 120.84% during the period 2017-2021.

The firm also revealed that, in 2014, cadmium selenide was the most commonly used material to produce quantum dots. Quantum dots that are produced from the above material contain cadmium, which is toxic.

Ample opportunity for quantum dots to be used in a variety of consumer electronic display devices explained

I have a pleasure to recall that, global environmental regulations such as RoHS (restriction of hazardous substances), REACH (registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals), and TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) have kept the limitation on the amount of cadmium, mercury, and lead that can be used in consumer electronic devices. This has resulted in an increase in the production of cadmium-free quantum dots, which has provided ample opportunity for quantum dots to be used in a variety of consumer electronic display devices.

MOF Technologies: TIFSIX and SIFSIX, the two MOFs for carbon capture and storage

An opportunity to make a real contribution to the global fight against climate change; in effect MOF Technologies has agreed to develop for commercialisation two Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) from the University of Limerick (UL) Ireland, designed to be highly selective for carbon capture and storage. I can notice that, in response to an EU-led initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across European member states, researchers at UL have developed a new class of MOFs which can be highly effective for carbon capture and storage.

Enterprise Search Market by Application

For many analysts, better growth opportunities are perceived within untapped markets in emerging countries, African countries, Asia Pacific region, and increasing defense spending, worldwide. As per applications, market is classified into BFSI, government, commercial, healthcare, media & entertainment, retail and others. Research and Markets reveals that, among all applications, BFSI is commonly used and expected to drive the market in future. Banks need enterprise search solutions in order to provide core banking solutions and internet banking to customers.

World Enterprise Search Market

The most exciting here, is to see that, the market is driven by factors such as sophistication of artificial intelligence software and converging robotics technology with mobile technologies.
For those who are unfamiliar, Enterprise search technology is used to search necessary information, which can be located at and accessed from any end of an enterprise. The technology facilitates users to access information in efficient manner. According to Research and Markets, the technology is becoming increasingly popular across BFSI industry. One can observe that, it assists in efficiently managing the information access, adherence to security policies, overcome human constraints and optimizes time-cost by saving HR efforts. The firm reveals that while the technology adds competitive value to companies and facilitates effective business planning, however, the market faces limitations due to time-consuming activities such as R&D, manufacturing and marketing.

NFV is evolving as one of the most promising networking technologies

For those who are unfamiliar, Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) lowers the time to launch new networking services to aid dynamic business requirements and grab hold of new market opportunities. With advancements in NaaS technologies, Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is evolving as one of the most promising networking technologies, which is on its way to redefine redefining networking, with an advanced approach of unleashing the data plane from the control plane, a coherent improvisation to the traditionally distributed control planes.

Stations-service Market

Steadily, one can observe that, the market is being driven by factors, such as service providers' drive, to get away from low margin commodity services, to and value-added services. However, lack of standardization in NaaS technology for Internet work interoperability and portability are restraining the market growth.
Research and Markets reveals that, the market is projected to grow from USD 1.33 billion in 2016 to USD 9.65 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 48.4% during the period. The firm also indicates that, in rapidly, growing economies, such as China and India, the growing demand for enhancing the supply chain operations and the governments' efforts to standardize the NaaS technology are some of the growth drivers for the market.