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ABI Research, Oyster Bay, N.Y., says adoption of telematics in the
non-trucking sector, which includes construction, service and utilities,
public transportation, and others, is expected to equal the trucking industry
in terms of numbers of connected vehicles by the end of 2014. Read Original
The head of Uruguay’s National Dru... (more)
Worldwide application server market revenues are forecast to grow 17.5%
year-over-year from $7.4 billion in 2013 to $23.1 billion by 2020. This is in
the context of a world communications infrastructure that is changing.
Technology is enabling interaction, innovation, and sharing of knowledge in
new ways and application server market promise to bring significant
capability to enterprises seeking mission critical solutions to making the
Internet available for productive, efficient use.
@ThingsExpo billboard on Highway 101 in Silicon Valley is viewed by 1.3
million motorists per week
Application Server Market Company Profiles: 360 Logica, Actuate, Adobe,
AgilePoint, Appian, Aurea, BigAgi, BizFlow, BonitaSoft, CA
Technologies, Crosscheck Networks, EMC, Fabasoft Group, Fiorano, Fujitsu,
GSX, Hewlett Packard, HostBridge, IBM, Informatica, Intalio, iWay Software, ... (more)
CHICAGO, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Zacks.com announces the list of
stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research
analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the
financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include the
Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ-Free Report), IBM (NYSE:IBM-Free Report), Safe
Bulkers, Inc. (NYSE:SB-Free Report), GlaxoSmithKline plc (NYSE:GSK-Free
Report) and Frank's International N.V. (NYSE:FI-Free Report).
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Here are highlights from Wednesday's Analyst Blog:
HP Reports In-Line, Revs Up Year Over Year
Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ-Free Report) is the last of the big tech companies
to report earnings this season. HP's fiscal Q3 earnings of 89 cents
(non-GAAP) was in line with the Zacks Consensus Est... (more)
The headlines say it all… “Further commitment needed to break negotiation
deadlock.” The rich nations vs. the poor nations. Industrialists vs.
environmentalists. And at the end of the day, looking out over the Pacific
Ocean towards Catalina Island from Long Beach, the dense brown sludge of
polluted air is a constant reminder we are dumping horrifying amounts of
human waste into the oceans and air.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says “world policymakers do not
have to choose between a clean environment and economic growth.”
Schwarzenegger believes people worried about climate change should pay more
attention to companies, universities and “ordinary folks” and not put so
much emphasis on a multinational consensus. (AP)
If you listen to the entrepreneurs and innovators in Silicon Valley, they
would tend to agree with Governor Schwarzenegger. Green tech is bec... (more)
This time of year is a favorite for children of all ages – I happen to be
one of these kids – in part because of the television programs that are
shown around Christmas.
A Charlie Brown Christmas, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Rudolph the Red
Nose Reindeer, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas, have been favorites of
mine since TV went from exclusively black and white to poor quality color.
This is no coincidence as these programs were made in the mid 1960’s.
As I was watching this year, it occurred to me that if at this time in
history Christmas had not yet been established, if somehow Christmas needed
to be “started” in 2009, it wouldn’t stand a chance. Christmas would be
doomed before it ever got started.
First of all, the only time you can say Jesus Christ anymore is when you hit
your thumb with a hammer.
You can’t mention Him at City Hall, you can’t display a crè... (more)
A lot has been said the past couple months about broadband as the fourth
utility. The same status as roads, water, and electricity. As an American,
the next generation will have broadband network access as an entitlement. But
is it enough?
Carr, in “the Big Switch” discusses cloud computing being analogous to
the power grid. The only difference is for cloud computing to be really
useful, it has to be connected. Connected to networks, homes, businesses,
SaaS, and people. So the next logical extension for a fourth utility, beyond
simply referring to broadband network access as a basic right for Americans
(and others around the world – it just happens as an American for purposes
of this article I’ll refer to my own country’s situation), should include
additional resources beyond simply delivering bits.
The “New” 4th Utility
So the next logical step is to marry cloud c... (more)
NEW YORK, April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new
market research report is available in its catalogue:
US Geosynthetics Market
US demand to rise 8.4% annually through 2017
Demand for geosynthetics is forecast to climb 6.5 percent per year to 1.3
billion square yards in 2017. Improved macroeconomics, particularly
accelerated spending on the construction of structures and roads, will
promote growth. Gains in geosynthetics demand will also benefit from
increased market penetration, as engineers continue to become more aware of
the long-term cost and performance advantages of these products at the
expense of traditional geotechnical solutions (e.g., compacted soil and stone
aggregate layers). In value terms, dema... (more)
Service virtualization undeniably benefits the development process, but it
can be both a blessing and a curse for developers. Minimizing the burden that
"shift left" can place on developers is key to achieving maximum acceleration
of delivery cycles.
Service Virtualization's Shift Left Benefits the Development Process
Service virtualization’s potential to “shift left” testing is
relatively well-accepted throughout the industry. With simulated test
environments eliminating constraints that commonly delay or curtail testing
efforts, testing can begin earlier. And, as we all know by now, the earlier
you find a defect, the faster, easier, and cheaper it is to fix. Beyond that,
service virtualization allows teams to test more extensively and more
frequently (e.g., for continuous regression testing).
Service virtualization’s shift left certainly yields significant benefit... (more)
My good friend J.D. Axford, a civil engineer and hero of all ducks for his
wetlands work, sent me a very interesting (if you are into GPS tracking, GIS,
mobile technology, artificial intelligence, accelerometers, etc.) article he
wrote on how the physical is meeting the digital in the world of construction
and engineering today. I am including it here for your pleasure and
Compaction, in heavy construction, is the application of energy to soil,
crushed rock, or asphalt to increase density by driving out air, which
enables the finished, compacted material to support buildings, roadways, and
other structures. Compaction is specified as a percentage of the maximum dry
density determined in the lab.
During construction, compaction is most often measured using a nuclear
densitometer. Other reliable methods include the use of sand cone (ASTM
D-1556) and rubber... (more)
DALLAS, August 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
DeepResearchReports.com offers 2014 Research Report on Global and China
Hydraulic Hose Industry, a 232 pages market intelligence premium study
published in August 2014. This research offers 23 company profiles along with
180+ data tables and figures to support the business intelligence provided
for global and Chinese markets of Hydraulic Hose. It provides data and
information on 2009-2019 capacity production, price, cost, profit, production
value, gross margin and much more on the Hydraulic Hose market. Comprehensive
Table of Contents and more on this report is available at
This is a professional and depth research report on Global and China
Hydraulic Hose industry. The report firstly introduced Hydraulic Hose basic
information included Hydraulic Hose definition classificati... (more)
DALLAS, August 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
ReportsnReports.com offers 2018 forecasts for Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Market
and 2019 predictions for Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Market in May 2014
published chemical research reports available through its library.
Consumption of PVC for the manufacturing of profile & tubes and pipe &
fittings is expected to grow at a highest CAGR of about 5.34% and 5.15%, from
2013 to 2018. The global market value of PVDF was estimated to be $596,009.6
thousand in 2012 and is projected to grow with a CAGR of about 7.4% from 2014
to 2019 to reach around $937,278.5 thousand in 2019.
Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Market (http://bit.ly/1leGBcP ) by End User
Industry (Chemical Processing, Construction, New Energies, and Oil & Gas), &
by Application (Pipes, Coatings, Fittings, Sheets, Films, Tubes, Powder,
Membranes, & Cables) - Trends Foreca... (more)