In 2018, Bloomberg Businessweek made an explosive claim: Chinese spies had implanted backdoors in motherboards used by some high-profile customers, including the U.S. Department of Defense. All of those customers issued strongly worded denials.
Most reports of hardware backdoors have ended up in exchanges like these. There are allegations and counter-allegations about specifics. But as hardware becomes increasingly used in safety-critical and mission critical applications, and as the attack surface widens from software to the underlying hardware and its global supply chain, the threat of backdoors is being taken much more seriously than in the past.
Surveying the landscape
So how serious is this issue? John Hallman, product manager for trust and security at Siemens EDA, said the fact that hardware backdoors aren’t being discussed publicly on a regular basis doesn’t mean they don’t exist.
“The hardware community is much more tight-lipped than the software community, so in an open forum, there really are no documented cases where somebody is maliciously implanting a backdoor that could be exploited. That’s the party line, and that’s where we are today in hardware,” Hallman said. “With what has been done in the research community, though, it is very possible.”
One example is A2: Analog Malicious Hardware [PDF], a 2016 paper by researchers at the University of Michigan that describes a particularly stealthy hardware attack leveraging as little as one gate. Matthew Hicks, one of the report’s authors, is now an associate professor at Virginia Tech. He said the hardware community’s reluctance to discuss these issues is understandable, because flaws like these can be both unpatchable and powerful.
“You can have otherwise perfect software,” said Hicks. “But if the hardware is vulnerable, the software now has a vulnerability in it.”
To some degree, the difference between a backdoor and a design flaw comes down to semantics. There’s always the question of whether it’s a backdoor, a bug, or a design choice. As a result, major vulnerabilities like Spectre and Meltdown, could be perceived in different ways because they take advantage of speculative execution and branch prediction, which until recently were considered good techniques for improving performance.
“One could argue these were unforeseen consequences of design choices made at some point in the past,” said Maarten Bron, managing director of Riscure. “Others may insist these are in fact backdoors.”
Waves of insecurity
Vulnerabilities like Spectre and Meltdown are just the first wave in a logical progression of hardware insecurity, with the design phase as the ultimate target.
“The design stage is very akin to software,” said Hicks. “It’s a lot easier to insert a hardware Trojan in an IP block or some kind of hardware description code than it is at the foundry level. So that’s where I would think you’d see the next wave of attack. And that would eventually go to the untrusted foundry problem, where it’s harder to insert a stealthy and controllable Trojan.”
This is especially worrisome with the advent of a commercial chiplet marketplace, because it will be harder to trace the origin of all chiplets used in a heterogeneous design. Moreover, as one layer in a design is increasingly secured, attackers logically will go to the next layer down.
“If you want to beat a security system, you go to the fundamentals that that security system is based upon, and you violate one of those fundamentals,” Hicks said.
That process naturally leads from software to hardware – and even to the analog aspects of otherwise digital hardware, the subject of some unsettling experiments in Hicks’ lab. “We have hardware Trojans in my lab that are different for different systems, because different systems have their own analog footprints,” Hicks said. “We harness that variability in analog fingerprints to create a different set of events that need to happen to trigger this Trojan. So I could say, ‘I think I have a hardware Trojan on my system. Can you set it off and verify it?’ And when you try to verify it in your system, because your system’s different in the analog domain, it won’t trigger the Trojan on your system even though you have it. That’s a dimension of stealth that has never been seen before.”
That degree of stealth can make hardware threats particularly attractive to hackers. “These are the types of things that you don’t really see in software,” he said. “There’s a lot of value from an attacker’s perspective in getting a hardware Trojan out there.”
Leveraging debug mode
Still, most backdoors at this point are likely far more straightforward. A chip’s operating modes can introduce backdoors on their own. “There’s a manufacturing mode where everything is open, and there’s a production mode where everything’s locked down,” said Cycuity co-founder and CTO Jason Oberg. “Sometimes this is configurable with software, sometimes it’s configurable with blowing eFuses, and so on. If an adversary — whether it’s a nation state or not — is aware of that capability and they can re-enable that, it can introduce a backdoor.”
Scott Best, director of anti-tamper security technology at Rambus, pointed to Christopher Tarnovsky’s 2010 demonstration of a smartcard security chip being glitched into an insecure state as an example of this kind of exploit, bypassing a chip’s security mechanisms by transitioning it from its secure mission mode to an insecure mode. “Once in this state, some of the provisioned data that was supposed to remain secret (e.g., key material) can be recovered by an adversary,” he said.
And with chips and chiplets constantly increasing in complexity, Best said, these issues are only becoming more challenging. “The more complicated a chip is, the more difficult it is to get everything working correctly without a substantial number of different debug modes,” he said. “As for chiplets, a system-in-package that relies on the heterogeneous integration of multiple chiplets from different vendors is, to a large degree, going to have the overall security of the most insecure chiplet.”
Securing the supply chain
Concerns like those have led to the recent passage of the CHIPS Act of 2022 to bring semiconductor manufacturing onshore. Still, Hicks said, even with its passage, it’s going to take a while to change the landscape. “There’s still going to be a half decade at least of lag time between when the funds get appropriated and we actually start producing chips out the front door,” he said. “So we will be weak, or subject to the untrusted foundry problem, for the foreseeable future.”
What’s more, keeping manufacturing within the United States isn’t the panacea it might appear to be. “There are spies, and there are ways to leverage people,” Hicks said. “We’ve had all these problems in the past — and currently, with actors being sponsored by China – so it would be unrealistic to assume that that wouldn’t apply to an onshore foundry,” Hicks said.
Regardless of where a chip is manufactured, third-party IP also can present a challenge. “Within the semiconductor ecosystem, they’re licensing IP from third parties, integrating it in – and as it stands today, there’s not a lot of transparency about the security of that IP,” Oberg said, noting that Accellera’s Security Annotation for Electronic Design Integration (SA-EDI) standard [PDF] aims to address that concern by enabling IP vendors to communicate the security of their IP to chip integrators.
Audits and analysis
The Common Weakness Enumeration framework’s addition of support for hardware vulnerabilities in 2020 has helped manufacturers anticipate some of these threats. Several CWEs now address the issue discussed above of an attacker changing a chip’s operating mode.
“You can only do as much as you can, and if an adversary is really, really good, and they know the design, and they know what weaknesses are being verified, they can try to navigate around that,” Oberg said. “But that’s a pretty methodical and measurable approach to try to combat something like this.”
Various methods of comparison also can help to combat these threats. “We look at, in the counterfeit world, comparing chips from the same lot, making sure that functions are within some tolerance of each other,” Hallman said. “We can do that at a logic level and look at behaviors of chips. Are they behaving the same? Or are there some anomalies that we might be able to detect within those types of comparisons?”
Still, Hallman said it’s challenging to scale that kind of analysis for the complexity of today’s SoCs. “But do you really need that whole SoC analyzed, or is there just a portion that you can analyze? That’s where I think you can start breaking down that problem from the top level, pushing down those functions in the chip, and isolating. Where is it that this is really a threat to me? And what analysis methods can I apply at those lower levels?”
It also means putting in mechanisms to authenticate that analysis. “Having audit trails is good. Having the documentation of data that supports the results of that audit is better,” Hallman said. “And then, having access to the data beyond that — not to violate IP rights of that data, but to be able to supply the end user the confidence that what was produced with that data is indeed what they were expecting — that’s a process that’s not yet in place as far as electronics goes. But I believe it’s a direction in which this industry is headed.”
Working toward zero trust
The holy grail for this type of problem is to be able to provide formal proof. “If I want to know that a specific register is not accessible, and I can run a proof that logically shows there’s no access – no physical way or no logical way to interrupt that register operation – that’s the confidence that I believe a lot of our customers are looking for,” Hallman said.
Hallman was one of the authors of a 2021 paper [PDF] for the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) on applying zero-trust principles to hardware. “Right now, though, it’s just too much work to implement that type of thoroughness at the hardware,” he said. “We really need to focus the verification efforts at where the threats are.”
In the interim, that means clarifying priorities and focusing on what’s most vulnerable. “There has to be some type of filtering, at a system level, of, what are my critical components, what are the threats I need to be thinking about, what efforts do I need to mitigate against those particular threats? We’re not able, at least at this point, to do that thorough, zero trust type model – but there are at least visions of how that could be implemented in an IC build, from RTL on up through fabrication of a die and even into packaging,” Hallman said.
A growing awareness
Ultimately, Hicks said, it’s encouraging to see how the industry as a whole is finally paying attention to these issues . When he first went out into the job market and shared his work on chip security, manufacturers simply weren’t interested. “I basically got laughed out of the room, saying, ‘Why would anyone do this?’ And now these big companies are actually taking this problem seriously, and are interested in partnering with my lab and other labs around the country to solve these problems.”
The past few years have seen a significant shift in both awareness and action. “In 2016, the government really started to panic about this,” he said. “They started to realize the threat is real, and that has only continued to build momentum. And that’s why we see this current push towards onshoring. The community of people that care about hardware security is growing rapidly.”
Oberg said semiconductor companies have historically been focused on things other than security – the next generation of chip, time to market, revenue – but that’s changing fast. “If you don’t make security a first-class concern across your process, what’s going to happen is you’re going to build things quickly, and you’re going to get hit way down the line – and it’s going to be really hard to recover from it,” he said. “It’s hard to fix these things later.”
Security Risks Widen With Commercial Chiplets
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Chip Substitutions Raising Security Concerns
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Securing Heterogeneous Integration At The Chiplet, Interposer, And System-In-Package Levels (FICS-University Of Florida)
Verifying Side-Channel Security Pre-Silicon
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Finding Hardware Trojans
Why locating security threats in hardware is so difficult.
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On the basis of end-user industry, the global edge computing market is segmented into:
• North America
o Rest of Europe
• Asia Pacific
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1.1 Edge Computing
1.2 Segmentation of Agrochemicals
2. Global Edge Computing Market
2.1 Global Edge Computing Market by Value
2.2 Global Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
2.3 Global Edge Computing Market by Crop Type
2.4 Global Edge Computing Market by Type
2.5 Global Edge Computing Market by Product Type
2.6 Global Edge Computing Market by Region
3. Regional Market
3.1.1 Asia/Pacific Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
3.1.2 Asia/Pacific Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
3.1.3 India Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
3.1.4 India Edge Computing Market by Type
3.2 Latin America
3.2.1 Latin America Edge Computing Market by Value
3.2.2 Latin America Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
3.2.3 Brazil Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
3.2.4 Brazil Edge Computing Market by Type
3.3.1 Europe Edge Computing Market by Value
3.3.2 Europe Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
3.4.1 NAFTA Edge Computing Market by Value
3.4.2 NAFTA Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
3.5 Middle East/Africa
3.5.1 Middle East/Africa Edge Computing Market by Value
3.5.2 Middle East/Africa Edge Computing Market Forecast by Value
4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Growth Drivers
4.1.1 Increasing Global Population
4.1.2 Rising Urbanization
4.1.3 Rising Global Economy
4.1.4 Decreasing Arable Land
4.1.5 Growing Agriculture Production
4.2 Trends & Opportunities
4.2.1 Industry Consolidations
4.2.2 Increased Focus on R&D
4.2.3 High Growth Prospects in Emerging Economies
4.3 Challenges and Issues
4.3.1 Stringent Government Regulations
4.3.2 High Prices of Raw Materials
5.1 Global Market
5.1.1 Global Edge Computing Market Share by Company
5.2 Latin America
5.2.1 Brazil Edge Computing Market Share by Company
5.3.1 India Edge Computing Market Share by Company
6. Company Profiles
6.1 key player 1
6.1.1 Business Overview
6.1.2 Financial Overview
6.1.3 Business Strategies
6.2 key player 2
6.2.1 Business Overview
6.2.2 Financial Overview
6.2.3 Business Strategies
6.3 key player 3
6.3.1 Business Overview
6.3.2 Financial Overview
6.3.3 Business Strategies
6.4 key player 4
6.4.1 Business Overview
6.4.2 Financial Overview
6.4.3 Business Strategies
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Aug 02, 2022 (The Expresswire) -- Global Data Discovery Tools Market (2022-2028) Research report offers in-depth analysis on market size, share, drivers, restraints, and so on. Moreover, this report includes the approximate study of different segments in terms of overall growth, development, opportunity, business strategies, procedures etc. for the forecast period of 2028. The report contains the fundamentals produced and advancements by different application Share and The latest trend gaining momentum in the market that increases awareness about Data Discovery Tools market. The report supplies a comprehensive analysis of business aspects like global Data Discovery Tools market size, recent technological advances, and inventions. The research report consists of: introduction of the market, key players, opportunities, restraints, product and type classification, and overall market analysis.
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Detailed TOC of Global Data Discovery Tools Market Report
1 Data Discovery Tools Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Data Discovery Tools
1.2 Data Discovery Tools Segment by Type
1.3 Data Discovery Tools Segment by Application
1.4 Global Market Growth Prospects
1.5 Global Market Size by Region
2 Market Competition by Manufacturers
2.1 Global Data Discovery Tools Production Market Share by Manufacturers (2017-2022)
2.2 Global Data Discovery Tools Revenue Market Share by Manufacturers (2017-2022)
2.3 Data Discovery Tools Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)
2.4 Global Data Discovery Tools Average Price by Manufacturers (2017-2022)
2.5 Manufacturers Data Discovery Tools Production Sites, Area Served, Product Types
2.6 Data Discovery Tools Market Competitive Situation and Trends
3 Production by Region
3.1 Global Production of Data Discovery Tools Market Share by Region (2017-2022)
3.2 Global Data Discovery Tools Revenue Market Share by Region (2017-2022)
3.3 Global Data Discovery Tools Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
3.4 North America Data Discovery Tools Production
3.5 Europe Data Discovery Tools Production
3.6 China Data Discovery Tools Production
3.7 Japan Data Discovery Tools Production
4 Global Data Discovery Tools Consumption by Region
4.1 Global Data Discovery Tools Consumption by Region
4.2 North America
4.4 Asia Pacific
4.5 Latin America
5 Segment by Type
5.1 Global Data Discovery Tools Production Market Share by Type (2017-2022)
5.2 Global Data Discovery Tools Revenue Market Share by Type (2017-2022)
5.3 Global Data Discovery Tools Price by Type (2017-2022)
6 Segment by Application
6.1 Global Data Discovery Tools Production Market Share by Application (2017-2022)
6.2 Global Data Discovery Tools Revenue Market Share by Application (2017-2022)
6.3 Global Data Discovery Tools Price by Application (2017-2022)
7 Key Companies Profiled
8 Data Discovery Tools Manufacturing Cost Analysis
8.1 Data Discovery Tools Key Raw Materials Analysis
8.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure
8.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Data Discovery Tools
8.4 Data Discovery Tools Industrial Chain Analysis
9 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
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Aug. 2, 2022 — A new National Science Foundation initiative has created a $10 million dollar institute led by computer and data scientists at University of California San Diego that aims to transform the core fundamentals of the rapidly emerging field of Data Science.
Called The Institute for Emerging CORE Methods in Data Science (EnCORE), the institute will be housed in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), in collaboration with The Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute (HDSI), and will tackle a set of important problems in theoretical foundations of Data Science.
UC San Diego team members will work with researchers from three partnering institutions – University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas at Austin and University of California, Los Angeles — to transform four core aspects of data science: complexity of data, optimization, responsible computing, and education and engagement.
EnCORE will join three other NSF-funded institutes in the country dedicated to the exploration of data science through the NSF’s Transdisciplinary Research in Principles of Data Science Phase II (TRIPODS) program.
“The NSF TRIPODS Institutes will bring advances in data science theory that Excellerate health care, manufacturing, and many other applications and industries that use data for decision-making,” said NSF Division Director for Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems Shekhar Bhansali.
UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla said UC San Diego’s highly collaborative, multidisciplinary community is the perfect environment to launch and develop EnCORE. “We have a long history of successful cross-disciplinary collaboration on and off campus, with renowned research institutions across the nation. UC San Diego is also home to the San Diego Supercomputer Center, the HDSI, and leading researchers in artificial intelligence and machine learning,” Khosla said. ”We have the capacity to house and analyze a wide variety of massive and complex data sets by some of the most brilliant minds of our time, and then share that knowledge with the world.”
Barna Saha, the EnCORE project lead and an associate professor in UC San Diego’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering and HDSI, said: “We envision EnCORE will become a hub of theoretical research in computing and Data Science in Southern California. This kind of national institute was lacking in this region, which has a lot of talent. This will fill a much-needed gap.”
The other UC San Diego faculty members in the institute include professors Kamalika Chaudhuri, and Sanjoy Dasgupta from CSE; Arya Mazumdar, Gal Mishne, and Yusu Wang from HDSI; and Fan Chung Graham from CSE and the Department of Mathematics. Saura Naderi of HDSI will spearhead the outreach activities of the institute.
“Professor Barna Saha has assembled a team of exceptional scholars across UC San Diego and across the nation to explore the underpinnings of data science. This kind of institute, focused on groundbreaking research, innovative education and effective outreach, will be a model of interdisciplinary initiatives for years to come,” said Department of Computer Science and Engineering Chair Sorin Lerner.
CORE Pillars of Data Science
The EnCORE Institute seeks to investigate and transform three research aspects of Data Science:
“EnCORE represents exactly the kind of talent convergence that is necessary to address the emerging societal need for responsible use of data. As a campus hub for data science, HDSI is proud of a compelling talent pool to work together in advancing the field,” said HDSI founding director Rajesh K. Gupta.
Team members expressed excitement about the opportunity of interdisciplinary research that the institute will provide. They will work together to Excellerate privacy-preserving machine learning and robust learning, and to integrate geometric and topological ideas with algorithms and machine learning methodologies to tame the complexity in modern data. They envision a new era in optimization with the presence of strong statistical and computational components adding new challenges.
“One of the exciting research thrusts at EnCORE is data science for accelerating scientific discoveries in domain sciences,” said Gal Mishne, an assistant professor at HDSI. As part of EnCORE, the team will be developing fast, robust low-distortion visualization tools for real-world data in collaboration with domain experts. In addition, the team will be developing geometric data analysis tools for neuroscience, a field which is undergoing an explosion of data at multiple scales.
From K-12 and Beyond
A distinctive aspect to EnCORE will be the “E,” education and engagement, component.
The institute will engage students at all levels, from K-12 to postdoctoral students, and junior faculty and conduct extensive outreach activities at all of its four sites.
The geographic span of the institute in three regions of the United States will be a benefit as the institute executes its outreach plan, which includes regular workshops, events, hiring of students and postdoctoral students. Online and joint courses between the partner institutions will also be offered.
Activities to reach out to high school, middle school and elementary students in Southern California are also part of the institute’s plan, with the first engagement planned for this summer with the Sweetwater Union High School District to teach students about the foundations of data science.
There will also be mentorship and training opportunities with researchers affiliated with EnCORE, helping to create a pipeline of data scientists and broadening the reach and impact of the field. Additionally, collaboration with industry is being planned.
Mazumdar, an associate professor in the HDSI and an affiliated faculty member in CSE, said the team has already put much thought and effort into developing data science curricula across all levels. “We aim to create a generation of experts while being mindful of the needs of society and recognizing the demands of industry,” he said.
“We have made connections with numerous industry partners, including prominent data science techs and also with local Southern California industries including start-ups, who will be actively engaged with the institute and keep us informed about their needs,” Mazumdar added.
An interdisciplinary, diverse field- and team
Data science has footprints in computer science, mathematics, statistics and engineering. In that spirit, the researchers from the four participating institutions who comprise the core team have diverse and varied backgrounds from four disciplines.
“Data science is a new, and a very interdisciplinary area. To make significant progress in Data Science you need expertise from these diverse disciplines. And it’s very hard to find experts in all these areas under one department,” said Saha. “To make progress in Data Science, you need collaborations from across the disciplines and a range of expertise. I think this institute will provide this opportunity.”
And the institute will further diversity in science, as EnCORE is being spearheaded by women who are leaders in their fields.
Market research analysis and estimations from a wide ranging Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market report aids businesses in gaining knowledge about what is already there in the market, what market looks forward to, the competitive background and steps to be followed for outdoing the rivals. Effortlessness maintained in research method and application of best tools and techniques makes this market research report an outstanding. The report is bifurcated into several attributes which include manufacturers, region, type, application, market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities, challenges, emerging trends, risks, entry barriers, sales channels, and distributors which are again detailed in the universal Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market business report as required to describe the course and provide maximum information for better decision making.
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Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market is expected to gain market growth in the forecast period of 2022 to 2029. Data Bridge Market Research analyses that the Asia-Pacific market is growing with a CAGR of 7.0% in the forecast period of 2022 to 2029 and is expected to reach USD 1,839.60 million by 2029 from USD 1,078.29 million in 2021. Growing need of digital healthcare, better analysis of health conditions and availability of expert; are the major drivers which propelled the demand of the market in the forecast period.
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The major companies which are dealing in the telehealth market are Teladoc Health, Inc., Siemens Healthcare GmbH, Cisco Systems, Inc., Koninklijke Philips N.V., IBM CORPORATION, Cerner Corporation, Medtronic, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, Vidyo, Inc. (A SUBSIDIARY OF Enghouse Systems), Epic Systems Corporation, Tunstall Group, American Well, CareCloud, Inc., eClinicalWorks , AMD Asia-pacific Telemedicine, Appello, Care Innovations, LLC, Aerotel Medical Systems, ClearArch, Inc. and others
Telehealth Market Dynamics
Increasing Advancements in Telecommunications
Many digital medicine codes that have had broad adoption by Medicare and commercial payers are being used by the increase in the telemedicine. As the telecommunication technology has advanced, the costs have declined over the past decade, there has been a steady growth in telemedicine
Growing Prevalence of Chronic Diseases and Conditions
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many providers to move quickly to Telemedicine, including visits by phone and video, thus avoiding disruption in patient care as many patients’ chronic diseases are not well controlled and that only 50% of patients with chronic medical conditions actually take their medications as prescribed.
Increase in Healthcare Fraud
The widespread popularity of telehealth along with mobile app, cloud repository among other is hindered due to the issues related to data privacy and Fraud. Most users don’t feel comfortable with an AI-based sensor that keeps record of their every moment
Increasing Government Support
The government is supporting and promoting the use of digital applications for healthcare and support. Since the coronavirus crisis, smart solutions from personal blood pressure monitors to apps that monitor health and activity have become more and more important in everyday care
Behavioral Barriers Using Remote Monitoring System
Physicians and patients often face a lack of familiarity with new practices and do not readily supply up existing (conventional) practices. Older people may also refuse to use telehealth and telemedicine services due to unfamiliarity with technology. Behavioral barriers poses a significant barriers to telehealth and telemedicine adoption.
The Telehealth market report provides details of market share, new developments, and product pipeline analysis, impact of domestic and localized market players, analyses opportunities in terms of emerging revenue pockets, changes in market regulations, product approvals, strategic decisions, product launches, geographic expansions, and technological innovations in the market. To understand the analysis and the market scenario contact us for an analyst brief, our team will help you create a revenue impact solution to achieve your desired goal.
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Post-COVID-19 Impact on Telehealth Market
COVID-19 has a positive effect on the market. Lockdowns and isolation during pandemics has increased the market demand to avoid the virus contamination. Many new products and services has added to the market by major market players. Social isolation increases the awareness regarding the tele-healthcare market and all of which has increased the market demand during the pandemic
Telehealth Market Scope and Market Size
Telehealth market is segmented on the based on the basis of type, delivery mode, application and end user. The growth among segments helps you analyze niche pockets of growth and strategies to approach the market and determine your core application areas and the difference in your target markets.
On the basis of type, market is segmented into software, systems, hardware and telecommunication.
On the basis of application, the market is segmented into general consultation, pathology, cardiology, surgery, gynecology, neurology, radiology, dermatology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, and others.
Cloud-Based Delivery Mode
Web-Based Delivery Mode
On Premise Delivery Mode
On the basis of delivery mode, the market is segmented into cloud-based delivery mode, web-based delivery mode and on premise delivery mode.
On the basis of end user, the market is segmented into hospital telehealth, physician telehealth and home telehealth.
Telehealth Market Country Level Analysis
The telehealth market is analyzed and market size information is provided by type, application, delivery mode and end user.
The countries covered in the telehealth market report are the China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, and Rest of Asia-Pacific.
In 2022, Asia-Pacific is dominating due to the increasing geriatric population and rise of digital healthcare facilities integration with treatment providers. China is expected to grow due to rise in virtual healthcare delivery platform for electronic health record systems and patient therapy systems.
The country section of the report also provides individual market impacting factors and changes in regulation in the market domestically that impacts the current and future trends of the market. Data points such as new sales, replacement sales, country demographics, regulatory acts and import-export tariffs are some of the major pointers used to forecast the market scenario for individual countries. Also, presence and availability of Asia-pacific brands and their challenges faced due to large or scarce competition from local and domestic brands, impact of sales channels are considered while providing forecast analysis of the country data.
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FIGURE 1 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: SEGMENTATION
FIGURE 2 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: DATA TRIANGULATION
FIGURE 3 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: DROC ANALYSIS
FIGURE 4 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: ASIA PACIFIC VS REGIONAL MARKET ANALYSIS
FIGURE 5 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: COMPANY RESEARCH ANALYSIS
FIGURE 6 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: INTERVIEW DEMOGRAPHICS
FIGURE 7 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: DBMR MARKET POSITION GRID
FIGURE 8 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: MARKET APPLICATION COVERAGE GRID
FIGURE 9 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: DBMR VENDOR SHARE ANALYSIS
FIGURE 10 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: SEGMENTATION
FIGURE 11 RISING DEMAND FOR TELEHEALTH WORLDWIDE AND INCREASING INCIDENCES OF CHRONIC DISEASES IS DRIVING THE ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET IN THE FORECAST PERIOD OF 2022 TO 2029
FIGURE 12 SOFTWARE SEGMENT IS EXPECTED TO ACCOUNT FOR THE LARGEST SHARE OF THE ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET IN 2022 & 2029
FIGURE 13 DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS, OPPORTUNITIES, AND CHALLENGES OF ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET
FIGURE 14 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY TYPE, 2021
FIGURE 15 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY TYPE, 2022-2029 (USD MILLION)
FIGURE 16 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY TYPE, CAGR (2022-2029)
FIGURE 17 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY TYPE, LIFELINE CURVE
FIGURE 18 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY DELIVERY MODE, 2021
FIGURE 19 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY DELIVERY MODE, 2022-2029 (USD MILLION)
FIGURE 20 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY DELIVERY MODE, CAGR (2022-2029)
FIGURE 21 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY DELIVERY MODE, LIFELINE CURVE
FIGURE 22 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY APPLICATION, 2021
FIGURE 23 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY APPLICATION, 2022-2029 (USD MILLION)
FIGURE 24 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY APPLICATION, CAGR (2022-2029)
FIGURE 25 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY APPLICATION, LIFELINE CURVE
FIGURE 26 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY END USERS, 2021
FIGURE 27 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY END USERS, 2022-2029 (USD MILLION)
FIGURE 28 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY END USERS, CAGR (2022-2029)
FIGURE 29 ASIA PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY END USERS, LIFELINE CURVE
FIGURE 30 ASIA-PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: SNAPSHOT (2021)
FIGURE 31 ASIA-PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY COUNTRY (2021)
FIGURE 32 ASIA-PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY COUNTRY (2022 & 2029)
FIGURE 33 ASIA-PACIFIC TELEHEALTH MARKET: BY COUNTRY (2021 & 2029)
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This recent note, from a friend who is a wise and experienced individual investor, captures well the mood of today's shellshocked market participant:
"In my smaller and smaller trading account, I try to bottom-fish, but the bottom keeps moving lower and lower. For instance, I own coal company Massey Energy, which has already locked in sales of substantially all its 2009 production and some of its 2010 production, yet it trades at two times Merrill Lynch's 2009 earnings estimate. I keep buying shares, and it keeps getting beaten down beyond the point of absurd-ity. So what's the point of staying in this game?"
Our friend's thought process illustrates much of what Oaktree Capital Management chairman Howard Marks has described as the three stages of a bear market. In the first stage, just a few prudent investors recognize that the still-prevailing bullishness is likely to be unfounded, he says. In the second stage, the market drifts down in an orderly fashion. By the third stage, everyone is convinced things can only get worse, volatility increases sharply, and the collective herd exits.
Marks has pegged October -- during which the broad-based Russell 3000 index tumbled 18% -- as the point at which the current bear market entered its third phase. As he said at the time: "That doesn't mean [the market] can't decline further, or that a bull market's about to start. But it does mean the negatives are on the table, optimism is thoroughly lacking, and the greater long-term risk probably lies in not investing."
There is plenty of historical support for the notion that the risk-reward ratio has, in fact, shifted in favor of being invested rather than not being invested. Ibbotson Associates, a Morningstar company, recently calculated over time the rolling ten-year annualized returns generated by Standard & Poor's 500-stock index. Before last October, at only one point in history, 1938, had the previous ten years generated a negative compound annual return in the S&P 500. Whenever ten-year returns even approached 0%, the market moved dramatically higher over the next ten years.
That's all well and good, a skeptic might say, but haven't you noticed what's going on out there? Namely, we're more than 12 months into a recession -- already longer than all but two of the ten recessions the U.S. has endured since World War II -- and there's considerable evidence that the economic pain sharply accelerated in 2008's fourth quarter, boding ill for 2009.
No argument there, but the near-term economy shouldn't be the main driver of any stock-buying decision today. That's because it's so difficult to assess how that economic state will actually translate into stock prices. As Warren Buffett put it in a New York Times essay last October: "I haven't the faintest idea as to whether stocks will be higher or lower a month -- or a year -- from now. What is likely, however, is that the market will move higher, perhaps substantially so, well before either sentiment or the economy turns up. So if you wait for the robins, spring will be over."
Another impetus for potential bargain hunters is the indiscriminate selling during this decline. Global-equity strategist James Montier, of France's Société Générale, found that 98% of all stocks in the U.S. and Europe have delivered negative returns in 2008. He also broke individual stocks into deciles based on relative valuation -- from "value" to "glamour" -- and found that no decile category had suffered an average decline of less than 40%.
It's when the proverbial babies are thrown out with the bath water that opportunities are frequently born. Value investor Seth Klarman of the Baupost Group recently put it a slightly different way for his investors: "The chaos is so extreme, the panic selling so urgent, that there is almost no possibility that sellers are acting on superior infor-mation. Indeed, in situation after situation, it seems clear that investment fundamentals do not factor into their decision-making at all."
When short-term indiscriminate selling is driving share prices, we've found the best place to look for bargains is in what we already own. Here's the latest on three of our favorites.
In two weeks in November, Berkshire Hathaway Class B shares (symbol BRK-B) plunged nearly 40%, from about $4,000 to an intraday low of $2,450 on absurd rumors that derivative contracts the company had written -- expiring in more than 13 years, on average -- would saddle the company with big losses and possibly even trigger a liquidity crunch. Some sanity has returned, but at about $3,400 in early December, the shares are still significantly undervalued.
We estimate Berkshire's valuation the same way Buffett does, by valuing the company's investments (cash, bonds and stocks) at market and then placing a multiple of 12 on the pretax operating profits of the company. With estimated pretax earnings of nearly $170 per Class B share and investments currently valued at about $2,500 per share, we believe that shares of Berkshire are worth at least $4,500.
Early in 2008, EchoStar Holding Corp. anticipated that its Dish Network might attract the eye of a major telecommunications firm. So it spun off assets the company owned that might not be attractive to such a suitor (primarily a network of satellites and a business that manufactures converter boxes for TVs) into a new company called Echo-Star (SATS).
The new EchoStar's shares have fallen nearly 60% since they started trading a year ago. At $14 in early December, the share price translates into a market value of about $1.3 billion. As the company currently has cash, marketable securities and net trade receivables from its former parent company of roughly the same amount, it means that at today's price, you're able to buy a network of nine owned or leased satellites and the converter-box business essentially for free. The new company generates roughly $1.5 billion in revenues, mostly from Dish Network.
Based on the market values of comparable assets, we believe the satellite network is worth about $800 million. The converter-box business, which has the potential to expand significantly now that it can sell its wares to Dish Network's competitors as well, is likely worth at least the overall company's current market value of about $1.3 billion. Add it all up, and we believe the stock is worth at least the $35 per share at which it started trading a year ago. Given the nonoperating marketable assets, there's a big and welcome margin of safety as we wait for the underlying value to be realized.
Following the merger of fast-food chain Wendy's with Triarc Cos., owner of Arby's, the newly named Wendy's/Arby's Group (WEN) is now being run by Triarc's Nelson Peltz and his team. Peltz's team are top operators who engineered a remarkable turnaround at Arby's, and they are a good bet, we believe, to do the same with Wendy's.
At Arby's -- which faced more challenges than Wendy's -- Peltz and his team cut costs and refranchised company-owned restaurants, a highly successful game plan that should serve Wendy's well. At a recent $3.88, Wendy's shares trade for a rock-bottom four times the ratio of the company's enterprise value -- stock-market capitalization plus net debt -- to earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. As the business is revamped, we believe the shares have the potential to double.
Peltz, the new company's largest shareholder, certainly thinks Wendy's is undervalued -- so much so that he has a tender offer in the market right now to buy 10% of the outstanding shares for $4.15, 7% higher than today's market price.
Back in 1979, during a period in which institutional and individual investors alike were gun-shy about stocks (sound familiar?), Forbes asked Warren Buffett for his views on dealing with uncertainty. His reply:
"An argument is made that there are just too many question marks about the near future; wouldn't it be better to wait until things clear up a bit? You know the prose: 'Maintain buying reserves until current uncertainties are resolved,' etc. Before reaching for that crutch, face up to two unpleasant facts: The future is never clear, and you pay a very high price for a cheery consensus. Uncertainty actually is the friend of the buyer of long-term values."
It's no easy task to maintain such a long-term perspective in the face of what appears to be the market's darkest hour. Of course, that's precisely when it's most necessary -- and most likely to pay off in future returns.
Columnists Whitney Tilson and John Heins co-edit ValueInvestor Insight and SuperInvestor Insight.