Showing posts from July 13, 2017

Process analytical instruments in our ever-connected era

The stakes around Process analytical instruments are steadily well-appreciated; so that Asia Pacific (APAC) countries, such as China, India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Brazil are driving the momentum. Technavio analysts expect the rise of industrialization to boost the market in the region. The increase in investment toward water treatment management is also expected to contribute to the sales of process analytical instruments.

Here why organizations are investing heavily in emerging technologies

Emerging technologies such as machine learning and AI, Cloud, Blockchain, Quantum computing, Augmented and Virtual Reality, etc., are steadily at the core of stakes within organizations of all sizes. These emerging technologies are helping organizations to create better scalability, insights and opportunities. In effect, new technologies and techniques are increasingly being adopted to drive greater insights, revenue and business efficiencies. The development of the cloud, big data and new database structures are at the heart of digital transformations that promise to redefine organizations’ strategies around data insights.

Visualization is critical to gain value from big data investments

For those who are unfamiliar, Visualization is critical to gain value from big data investments, and holds applications for meeting regulatory challenges, gaining a single model of client behavior. With such broad applications, it’s not surprising that data visualization is the most invested technology type.

Stunning realities around big data technology including Hadoop and NoSQL

Steadily, one can observe that, big data technology including Hadoop and NoSQL are winning the largest share of IT budgets, followed closely by cloud. The move toward streaming databases is one of the transformational trends currently in play within the industry.

The growth of the global Industrial Rackmount PC Market explained

Steadily, one can observe that, the growing need for data management and processing is one of the key factors driving the growth of the market. According to Technavio Research, as the switching costs for end-users are low for the rackmount PCs, the customer relationship management has become the key strategy for many market players to retain the market share. The established market players in the global industrial rackmount PC market are interacting with their customers and building brand equity by offering customized solutions to them. The firm also reveals that, the global industrial rackmount PC market is moderately concentrated with few established players in the market, including Advantech, Beckhoff, Broadax Systems, Kontron, and Siemens. These five companies occupy over 45% of the market, with the rest of the market occupied by a large number of small and medium sized vendors.

Here is how and why telecom operators reduce operational expenses

Steadily, one can observe that, most telecom operators witness low-profit margins because of decreasing revenue per consumer. Thus, to reduce operational expenses, telecom operators now outsource most of their service functionalities such as infrastructure, operations and management, and network operation and maintenance to multiple vendors.

Operations support systems (OSS) business support systems (BSS) software

Steadily, telecom operators are increasingly adopting a customer-centric business model over a technology-centric one. Hence, the adoption of customized operations support systems (OSS) business support systems (BSS) software will facilitate telecom service providers to deliver bundled services, which will enhance user experience. Major OSS BSS functions such as customer relationship management (CRM), business intelligence (BI), convergent billing, and revenue assurance require customized software. CRM and BI solutions are used to enhance customer relationships and satisfaction, where the metrics are frequently changing with various product offerings.

Convergent charging software and services in our ever-connected era

For those who are unfamiliar, convergent charging, also known as convergent billing or converged charging, is a solution that enables common management of all users and all services for operators. It comprises convergence of payment and access methods with services, such as fixed and mobile telephony, broadband, and TV. Technavio analysts forecast the global convergent charging software and services market to grow at a CAGR of more than 19% over the forecast period.

Here is what prompted telecom operators to use value-added services

It is now clear that, the decreasing average revenue per user has prompted telecom operators to use value-added services as a new revenue-generating channel in the emerging and developed markets such as North America and Europe. It is also interesting to recall that, the increased usage of data services being provided by telecom operators makes a need for a robust billing system mandatory, thus increasing the adoption of telecom billing software.

Here is why countries worldwide are investing heavily in the global law enforcement software market

It is exciting to see that, the demand for cloud-based law enforcement software is growing due to the growing number of law enforcement officers, who are involved in the investigation in various locations outside the office. In effect, countries worldwide are investing heavily in the global law enforcement software market to counter terrorism, improve cross-border safety, and enhance internal security coordination.

Web Application Firewall in our ever-connected data-driven era

Very interesting to see that, organizations across the world have started realizing that these sophisticated attacks not only affect their business continuity and agility but also damage their brand image. For those who are unfamiliar, Web application firewall (WAF) helps detect and deflect threats in HTTP and HTTPS traffic, provides alerts and blocks attack traffic near its source.

Interpretation of genome sequencing data is a significant challenge

It is now obvious that, interpretation of genome sequencing data is a significant challenge because of the volume of genomic data to sift through, as well as the large, growing body of research on molecular drivers of cancer and potential targeted therapies. According to IBM, this informatics challenge is often a critical bottleneck when dealing with deadly cancers such as glioblastoma, with a median survival of less than 15 months following diagnosis.

Whole genome sequencing (WGS) + artificial intelligence

For those who are unfamiliar, Whole genome sequencing (WGS) currently requires significantly more manual analysis, so combining this method with artificial intelligence could help doctors identify potential therapies from WGS for more patients in less time.