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There was a time when engineers carried slide rules. Then there was a time when we all carried calculators. Sure, calculators are still around, but you are more likely to use your phone. If you really need serious number crunching, you’ll turn to a full computer. But there was that awkward time when calculators were very important and computers were very expensive that calculators tried to be what we needed from full-blown computers. The HP41C was probably the pinnacle of that trend. If you’ve ever had one, you know that is a marvel of the day’s technology with alphanumeric capabilities and four plug in ports for more memory or ROMs. It really was a little hand-held computer. Didn’t have one? Don’t worry, you can now build your own. In fact, the HP emulator will also act like an HP15C or 16C, if you prefer.

You can see the device in action in the video below. As you might expect, this version uses a through-hole ATMEGA328 and even at 8 MHz, the emulation is faster than the original calculator. The machine also has over double the memory the original calculator had along with a real-time clock built-in. The display is also backlit, something we all wanted in the original.

What we really liked, though, was the 3D printed cases you can get for the calculators. You can see that in the video, too. We were a little sad that the kit is in an HP15-C like landscape orientation unlike the HP41’s portrait format. Then again, the schematics are there so maybe someone will lay out a nice HP41-specific board.

Of course, HP calculators used RPN, but if you grew up with a slide rule that’s fine. For everyone else, it is usually a bit of a learning curve. Also, as great as the HP41C was, it didn’t have binary or hex or even octal math unless you used “synthetic programming” and though we imagine the emulators used can handle synthetic programming (sort of assembly language for the HP41C) it was never fun to work on non-decimal problems with this machine. Still, what a great calculator and it is fun to see it reborn in modern form.

We’ve seen another fake HP41C that we think is using the same emulation software but required SMD soldering. We wonder if the KIM Uno or 1802UNO could be made to run on the same hardware? Seems like it would.

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Killexams : Retail Banking IT Spending Market to record USD 15.69 Bn growth -- Driven by the growing need for greater customer satisfaction

NEW YORK, Aug. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Retail Banking IT Spending Market by Type and Geography - Forecast and Analysis 2022-2026" report by Technavio expects the market size to grow by USD 15.69 billion between 2021 and 2026, expanding at a CAGR of 5.15% during the forecast period. The report identifies North America as the key region. The rapid growth of the banking sector is creating significant opportunities for vendors operating in the region. The report provides a comprehensive analysis of latest developments, new product launches, major revenue-generating segments, and market behavior across geographies. Download sample PDF Report Here

Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Retail Banking IT Spending Market by Type and Geography - Forecast and Analysis 2022-2026

The global retail banking IT spending market is fragmented, with the presence of a significant number of vendors. Key vendors hold significant shares in the market. Established vendors have strong financial abilities and technical expertise in offering innovative and quality products. They also invest a significant share of their capital in R&D and adopt organic growth strategies, such as product launches, to bring considerable differentiation in their solutions and gain high customer penetration. Small-scale vendors compete with established vendors by using low-price strategies and strengthening their local customer base. As more banks are embracing digital transformation in retail banking, this is expected to create further growth opportunities for the vendors during the forecast period.

Technavio identifies Accenture Plc, Atos SE, Capgemini SE, CGI Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., Dell Technologies Inc., Fidelity National Information Services Inc., Fujitsu Ltd., Genpact Ltd., HCL Technologies Ltd., Hitachi Ltd., HP Inc., Infosys Ltd., Intel Corp., International Business Machines Corp., Microsoft Corp., NetApp Inc., Oracle Corp., SAP SE, Wipro Ltd., and WNS Holdings Ltd. as some of the major market participants.

Although the growing need for greater customer satisfaction, increased efficiency in banking operations, and rise in autonomous banking will offer immense growth opportunities, issues related to data privacy and security, interoperability issues, and the lack of sufficient skilled labor will challenge the growth of the market participants. To make the most of the opportunities, market vendors should focus more on the growth prospects in the fast-growing segments, while maintaining their positions in the slow-growing segments. View sample Report Here

The retail banking IT spending Market is segmented as below:

The IT services segment held the largest share of the market in 2021. The segment includes application development and maintenance, system integration, IT consulting, software deployment and support, and hardware deployment and support. The adoption of advanced technologies such as big data analytics, AI, and cloud-based computing to reduce costs and increase operational efficiencies is driving the growth of the segment.

37% of the market growth will originate from North America during the forecast period. The increase in mobile banking transactions and the deployment of AI and machine learning (ML) technologies by BFSI firms are driving the growth of the regional market. Technavio presents a detailed picture of the market by the way of study, synthesis, and summation of data from multiple sources. Our retail banking IT spending market report covers the following areas:

Retail Banking IT Spending Market 2022-2026: Vendor Analysis

We provide a detailed analysis of around 25 vendors operating in the retail banking IT spending market. Backed with competitive intelligence and benchmarking, our research report on the retail banking IT spending market is designed to provide entry support, customer profile, and M&As as well as go-to-market strategy support.

Retail Banking IT Spending Market 2022-2026: Key Highlights

  • CAGR of the market during the forecast period 2022-2026

  • Detailed information on factors that will assist retail banking IT spending market growth during the next five years

  • Estimation of the retail banking IT spending market size and its contribution to the parent market

  • Predictions on upcoming trends and changes in consumer behavior

  • The growth of the retail banking IT spending market

  • Analysis of the market's competitive landscape and detailed information on vendors

  • Comprehensive details of factors that will challenge the growth of retail banking IT spending market vendors

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Details

Page number

120

Base year

2021

Forecast period

2022-2026

Growth momentum & CAGR

Accelerate at a CAGR of 5.15%

Market growth 2022-2026

USD 15.69 billion

Market structure

Fragmented

YoY growth (%)

4.27

Regional analysis

North America, Europe, APAC, Middle East and Africa, and South America

Performing market contribution

North America at 37%

Key consumer countries

US, Canada, China, Germany, and UK

Competitive landscape

Leading companies, competitive strategies, consumer engagement scope

Companies profiled

Accenture Plc, Atos SE, Capgemini SE, CGI Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., Dell Technologies Inc., Fidelity National Information Services Inc., Fujitsu Ltd., Genpact Ltd., HCL Technologies Ltd., Hitachi Ltd., HP Inc., Infosys Ltd., Intel Corp., International Business Machines Corp., Microsoft Corp., NetApp Inc., Oracle Corp., SAP SE, Wipro Ltd., and WNS Holdings Ltd.

Market Dynamics

Parent market analysis, Market growth inducers and obstacles, Fast-growing and slow-growing segment analysis, COVID 19 impact and future consumer dynamics, market condition analysis for the forecast period.

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If our report has not included the data that you are looking for, you can reach out to our analysts and get segments customized.

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1 Executive Summary

2 Market Landscape

3 Market Sizing

4 Five Forces Analysis

5 Market Segmentation by Type

6 Customer Landscape

7 Geographic Landscape

8 Drivers, Challenges, and Trends

9 Vendor Landscape

10 Vendor Analysis

11 Appendix

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Killexams : USING E-BOOKS IN SCHOOL:

21st Century Classroom: Transforming the Textbook

In 21st century classrooms, blackboard chalk is on the endangered list, the pop quiz has been replaced with clicker questions, and bowling alley technology (overhead projector transparencies) has disappeared, thanks to digital projectors and document cameras.

But if you’re going to point to any aspect of the classroom that still hasn’t covered much ground on its trip into the 21st century, it has to be the textbook. This ubiquitous accessory has been beset by editorial controversy as we have seen recently in Texas; has seen consistently high price increases of an average of six percent per year; and still inspires parental derision for the outdated information often portrayed.

And then there’s the matter of weight. The heft of textbooks was the subject of a 21-page report written in 2004 in California for the state’s board of education. According to researchers, the combined weight of textbooks in the four “core” subjects (social studies, math, reading/ language arts, and science) ran, on average, from eight pounds at the first grade level to 20 pounds at the 11th grade level. Legislation to mandate weight limitations quickly followed in that state.

As this comparison of two school districts on opposite sides of the country and economic spectrum illustrates, in a world rich with alternative methods of delivery of content exemplified by digitized conversation, Google books, the Kindle and iPad, the textbook is the next classroom object worthy of transformation.

Realigning the Budget with Netbooks

“Everyone has a different 1:1 approach,” says Gary Brantley, chief information systems officer for the Lorain City School District. “Ours was to eliminate the books.”

Lorain City Schools is located in a city 35 miles from Cleveland. The district has 18 schools and 8,400 students. By moving to digital delivery of textbooks Superintendent Cheryl Atkinson saw an opportunity to address several larger district challenges than simply replacing outdated texts. A majority of families are low-income; its schools were struggling to meet yearly academic progress measures; and the district had just come out from under a state-mandated “fiscal watch.”

And, recalls Brantley, Atkinson was sincerely concerned about the weight of the textbooks being hauled around by the kids in her schools.

That was the atmosphere under which initial discussions began, he says. The district quickly realized that adopting a 1:1 program with digital textooks at the heart of the initiative could reduce textbook expenses and help bring students into the 21st century. “We’re an inner city school district,” says Brantley. “We saw this as a way to level the playing field for our kids and supply them equal access and opportunities with technology.”

After a pilot program in 2007 and 2008, the district went after a federal grant to partially fund a full rollout to 9th and 10th graders for the following year. In January 2009, the district used federal Title 1 and Ohio state educational technology grant funds to lease Dell Inspiron 910 netbooks. The following year that program was expanded to 6th, 7th, 8th, and 11th grades, and the district switched to Acer Aspire One AOD150-1577 netbooks. This fall the district hopes to add 12th graders to the program.

The publishers the district is working with on the program are the traditional ones: Pearson Prentice Hall; Holt McDougal; and McGraw-Hill/Glencoe. They have provided versions of the texts, Brantley says, that go beyond simply being a PDF of the book. “It’s interactive. For example, if you have someone like Martin Luther King or John F. Kennedy in a history book, you can click on a picture, and it will tell you information about [that person] or [you can] do a search from the book to get more information about that particular person.”

Brantley is quick with numbers. He says that for 2,600 math books—the number of texts needed for grades nine through 12—the cost was going to be about $182,000. That’s $70 per book. The e-book edition for that same math book was about $15,000. The savings on that one text alone covered a large part of the expense of that first rollout of digital textbooks. The savings don’t stop there. An English textbook was priced at $163,673.05 for 2,475 books—about $66 per book. The digital version of the same volume was a fourth of the cost—$36,554.45.

Explains Brantley, Superintendent Atkinson “was very persistent” that the district find a content provider for the program, even if it wasn’t one of the three or four big textbook publishers. The publishers were willing to try the program in pilot mode. “A lot of trust was built on both sides to make this happen,” he says.

Now, says Brantley, students don’t have to travel to labs to gain access to computers. “Basically, there’s a lab in every classroom. Every kid is using that netbook as a textbook and as a computer.”

Brantley knows the technology is making an impact. “I think it’s pushed us a long way. It’s allowing the students to become a lot more creative in what they do and how they do it. It’s also leveled the playing field. A lot of these kids don’t have computers or internet access at home. Because the books are loaded on the hard drive, [Superintendent Atkinson] has given kids the ability to work on things they’d only have access to in a limited time within the classroom or in the lab.”

Although Brantley says student testing scores have gone up, he can’t confidently point to quantifiable results tied directly to the digital textbooks. “We brought different pieces of technology into the district in the same period, so we have to let the program run for a little while,” he explains.

“But Why Do We Care?”

The Campbell Union High School District, next door to San Jose in California’s Silicon Valley consists of six sites, five of which have been designated by the state as excellent. During the 2009-2010 school year, they performed a pilot program to experiment with the replacement of textbooks with e-readers. Director of Technology Charles Kanavel and his IT team of five distributed 270 Sony Reader Touch model PRS-600s into English classes across the district’s sites.

“These kids get technology. They go home and look at YouTube all day. An e-reader isn’t that hard for them,” Kanavel explains. The goal of the pilot was to get a “true sense of what’s it like for the everyday student to use one of these things in terms of wear and tear and what they wanted to see on the device.”

The effort was spurred by the Williams Settlement, Kanavel says. That California statute calls for California schools to have sufficient educational materials and conditions to meet curriculum standards. In order to meet standards of currency, textbooks need to be replaced every seven years—an expensive proposition in a district with 8,000 students. “It’s $180 for a biology textbook. That’s just one. With e-readers and how ubiquitous they’ve become,” Kanavel recalls asking, “Why do they need to carry 80 pounds worth of books around, when we have the technology to do this differently?”

But that initial test might never have come about if Kanavel hadn’t persisted in trying to woo Sony to participate in the proof of concept, a process that took seven months. The Campbell director focused on Sony because of its durability, price, and open platform. “Kindle, if you drop it, it’s game over,” he says. “With the Nook you have to buy everything from Barnes & Noble. The [Apple] iPad with 32 or 64 Gb, that’s $600 to $800. With one iPad, I can get four e-readers from Sony at around $200 each.”

But persuading the manufacturer to pay attention to education’s needs wasn’t an easy sell. Kanavel, who has a background in investment banking, studied the company’s financial reports and figured out how many e-readers had probably been sold through its nearby Silicon Valley area store, the largest Sony store in the United States.

When he approached the company about doing a test, it replied, “Yeah, yeah, yeah, interesting. But why do we care?” In response, he used this argument: “You sold 14,000 at the Valley Fair store in a three month period. Those are respectable numbers. But realistically, our district is 8,000 kids. You’d sell me 8,000 units. Then I’d have to buy a quarter of that every year forever. Once I start on it, I can’t get off.” He also pointed out that Campbell was only a medium-sized district. “Take San Jose Unified —55,000 students right next door. That would make your store numbers look like nothing. And there are 32 districts in Santa Clara County alone. Think of the entire country. Then they started caring.”

Once Sony was on board, the next hurdle was the textbook publishers trying to safeguard the pricing model, according to Kanavel. He estimates that a single school might have 300 copies of a particular book. On average the textbook will cost $120 on the low side and $180 on the high side. That’s a total outlay of $36,000 to $54,000 for a single textbook in a single school in the Campbell district.

For English classes, however, many of the books contained classic works of literature that are now in the public domain and available on various digital book websites. “Shakespeare is Shakespeare. The guy’s not writing a new version,” Kanavel says. He has been able to make a deal with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for some digital textbooks in PDF format; but others—particularly novels —came from the Sony Reader Store; on Project Gutenberg (a good source for Shakespeare, he says); and via the OverDrive School get Library.

The challenge faced by textbook publishers, he points out, is that they have to change their business model. Kanavel wants to set up a site license with the publishers, but so far those negotiations are still on-going, and, besides, many still have to convert their textbooks into the epub format.

But the financials, as this former numbers guy points out, still work out nicely for the district. “For example, historically we have paid $9 a book for paperback copies of Macbeth and 70 to 80 percent of them come back unusable at the end of the year. Now with the e-reader, that replacement cost goes to zero.”

On average 15 out of every 100 books in the district need to be replaced because they’re damaged, lost, or stolen. Often, the same student loses multiple books when he or she loses a backpack. “If you’re a parent, you have to pay to replace all of those books. If your student loses a history book, biology book, math book, and English book, that’s about $600,” Kanavel says. “If they lose an e-reader or it breaks, you pay for the replacement cost of the e-reader —$200 -- then we just get the content.” This, he adds, “has long-term implications for budgeting and funding.”

So far, Kanavel says, the pilot has been successful with students. “They’ve taken good care of them. I’ve only had three break out of 270, which is pretty good.” He plans to add an additional 200 e-readers to the district for the next school year. “One thing I’ve been very focused on with this pilot is offsetting the cost of textbook replacement with this device and making it easier on the kids.” He believes the district is on the right track.

Teachers and students are discovering other advantages. The e-readers have built-in dictionaries. If a reader has a visual impairment, text can be upsized quickly. Users can annotate, draw, and take notes—something that’s forbidden with traditional textbooks. When the year is over, the kids will return the devices, and that added material can be wiped from the hard disk.

But e-readers still aren’t perfect, he adds. First, not every book is available in a digital format. He cites a high school classic, Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart, as an example. Many textbooks have already been put on CD, but those are designed to be used in a PC. Publishers haven’t made huge inroads into converting their materials into the standard epub format that works with the major e-readers. But Kanaval is hopeful those gaps will diminish with time.

With the expected expansion of the pilot, negotiations with Sony continue. “We’ve proven that the kids can take care of them. The technology does work,” Kanavel says. “The next thing is to get Sony to build something bigger—an eight and a half by 11 inch format. And there are a lot of features that we don’t use. We’ve given them feedback on those things. There may be ways to cut cost by eliminating feature sets that can help them balance the cost of manufacturing.”

Textbook Smackdown

So given the experiences of these two districts—and others—how does a standard textbook stack up against an e-book? If a publisher needs to repair the mistakes introduced in the text, as happened with math books issued in Sacramento County in spring 2010, it won’t have to arrange to destroy the outdated books and incur shipping costs for the new ones; it can correct the errors and electronically distribute new versions of the content. In the face of a quickly evolving business model, publishers will be forced to adjust their pricing schemes—no doubt, to the advantage of the districts. In the matter of weight— well, the Acer netbook comes in under three pounds, and the Sony device is a little over 10 ounces. Those are metrics anyone can use no matter how much digital content sits on the devices.


Building the E-Book Structure

Although every e-book initiative shares common aspects—hardware, bandwidth, content, and professional development—how the program unfolds in your district will be unique. For example, should you connect e-readers to the internet?

In order to have a successful 1:1 implementation, you need hardware, bandwidth, content, and teacher professional development and buy in. But each district will be unique in its approach to implementing each aspect and the entire program. The question of when in implementation a district allows connection to the internet is a case in point. Campbell Union High School District in Silicon Valley wants students to stay on task as it implements e-books. Therefore, the Sony Reader Touch devices being used there don’t include web access. Although Sony does make a model of its e-reader that includes WiFi, according to Director of Technology Charles Kanavel, the decision to leave that feature out helps simplify the transition teachers have to make in integrating the device in the classroom.

“If I’m a teacher and I have these new devices in class, it affects my lesson planning,” he explains. “Without administrative control of access to the internet, some smart kid will make the thing text another e-reader. Then once that kid knows, all the kids will know. In class, instead of reading, they’re texting each other, surfing MySpace, and doing everything else. Have I just disrupted an entire class with this device? So let’s get the adoption in first. Let’s get the hurdles out of the way surrounding usage of content, usage of technology, and how it integrates into your standards in the classroom. Once that’s outlined, then we’ll figure out how to do WiFi.”

That absence of web access has also streamlined professional development. The district had 270 devices, which it handed out in English classes spread fairly evenly across its six sites. To ensure that the pilot wouldn’t get put on the back-burner by teachers uninterested in using the ereader, Kanavel had the principals at those sites nominate teachers to participate who were a “little bit tech savvy.”

From there, his IT team called teachers in for a demonstration of the Sony product they’d be using with their students. “That was it,” he says. “Maybe 30 minutes of Q&A with teachers, and off we went. The devices aren’t that complicated. You turn it on, pick your book, turn to the page, and that’s it.”

To make sure the program is on track, Kanavel has been doing evaluation of it in “real time.” “It’s not something we threw out there and said we’ll come back to you in six months. Every couple of weeks I’m pinging these teachers. They have direct lines back to me. As they’ve noticed things, they’ve emailed me.” Along with that, device maker Sony has put out surveys for the users too.

It’s Complicated

What complicates implementation of digital content in a 1:1 program is when the device being deployed is used for other purposes too. That’s the case at Lorain City School District in Ohio, which has distributed Acer netbooks to 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students. The goal there is to supply its students access to technology and the wider world it can deliver. Many don’t have computers or an internet connection at home. Therefore, Chief Information Systems Officer Gary Brantley has chosen to implement WiFi on the devices.

The devices, which cost about $300 with software and maintenance, are loaded with a gigabyte of RAM, a 150 Gb or 160 Gb hard drive, an Intel Atom processor, a webcam, Windows XP Professional, Microsoft Office, a couple of calculators, 802.11 b/g WiFi, and, of course, digital textbooks.

Teachers have an interest in educating students about social networking, so, although access to the internet is filtered, the devices do allow access to sites such as Twitter, and Facebook. But that, says Brantley, “is being carefully monitored.”

Also, connectivity is necessary for implementation of CompuTrace, a program from Absolute Software that provides a service for tracking down lost, stolen, or missing devices. “We were finding that we were spending a lot of money replacing textbooks,” Brantley explains. “Now, we actually are spending less. If CompuTrace doesn’t find the netbook within 60 or 90 days, they pay for it. I can tell you they have found every single one.”

To simplify operations, the district uses only two images for the netbooks. Every middle school book in use is on every middle school netbook; and the same with all high school books. That approach, says Brantley, makes IT’s work easier since they don’t have to worry about granular inventory or “fool around” with what books any given student should be able to access.

The district has tackled the challenge of teacher acceptance from multiple sides. First, there was a teachers’ union aspect. Would it promote the change in teaching approaches necessary for success? To gain support, Brantley took the head of the union to a 1:1 conference to show her what could be done. After that, he says, “She came on board for the professional development piece.”

The next aspect was putting together programs and teams for professional development. Since the district has an “early release” day once a week, “that’s the block of time that increasingly is being dedicated to helping teachers learn how to integrate the technology into their classes. Gaining traction in that area is a longer haul,” Brantley admits. “It takes a while to get teachers on board with this.”

Next up for the Lorain district: implementation of a teacher recognition program and some type of graduate credit to motivate the teachers to try out new methods of instruction.

An area where Brantley has seen success is having the kids teaching the teachers. “That’s one thing that we’ve been trying to push,” he says. “Don’t be afraid to let the kids show you something as well. It becomes a collaborative effort.”

Challenges have surfaced in two IT areas. First, the sheer number of new devices has put a strain on Brantley’s department, which has 10 employees. “We’ve doubled the number of computers in the district but didn’t add one staff member,” he says. Second, IT has to be able to supply technical support to students in a timely manner. “Turnaround can’t be longer than a day. Even though we have spares, we still have to turn around these machines really quickly, so kids aren’t left without their books.”

But these burdens aren’t slowing down the district’s dreams. Brantley says eventually the netbook and digital textbook program could be expanded to every student in the district, from the fourth grade up.

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Killexams : Himachal Pradesh HP CET Result 2022 Out: Direct Link; Steps To Check
Himachal Pradesh HP CET Result 2022 Out: Direct Link; Steps To Check

HP CET 2022 Result Declared

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HP CET Result 2022: Himachal Pradesh Technical University (HPTU) declared the Himachal Pradesh Common Entrance Test (HP CET) 2022 result today, July 20. The HP CET result is now available on the official website of the university -- himtu.ac.in. Candidates who have appeared for the entrance exam can check and get HP CET score card by using their roll number or name. The Himachal Pradesh CET examination was conducted on July 10, in the offline mode as pen and paper based.

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The duration of the HP CET exam was 03 hours (180 minutes). The HP CET paper for undergraduate courses consisted of 150 multiple choice questions (MCQs). While, for the postgraduate programme, the exam paper consisted of 100 MCQs.

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Candidates who qualify the entrance exam would be required to appear for the counselling process. The 15 per cent seats are reserved under All India Quota (AIQ) out of the total number of seats. While 65 per cent seats are reserved for HP State Quota (HPSQ), 5 per cent are reserved for non-resident Indians (NRI) and 15 per cent seats are reserved for management students in only private institutions.

HPTU conducted the HP CET entrance exam to provide admission to candidates in undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the universities and institutions across the Himachal Pradesh state.

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Killexams : Digital Asset Management Market: Technical Signs Point Higher Growth In Coming Years, Report - Allied Market Research

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Digital Asset Management Market

Rise in need to meet the regulatory compliance and efficient data integration are estimated to fuel the market growth during the forecast period.

PORTLAND, PORTLAND, OR , UNITED STATES , July 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com / -- Increased need for collaborative digital workflow especially for marketing applications has encouraged end-user industries to invest on enhanced digital asset management solutions and services. The global digital asset management market was valued at $1,928 million in 2016, and is projected to reach at $5,287 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 13.7% from 2017 to 2023.

The service segment is projected to grow at the CAGR of around 18% during the forecast period. Increase in demand for enhanced content management solutions and rise in competition among end-user organizations globally are anticipated to boost the segment growth during the forecast period.

Key market players such as - ADAM Software NV, Adobe Systems Incorporated, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp, EMC Corporation, Hewlett-Packard (HP), IBM Corporation, Northplains Systems, Opentext Corporation, Oracle Corporation, and Widen Enterprises.

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The IT segment dominated the market in 2016, whereas the marketing segment is projected to witness the highest CAGR of 15% during the forecast period. This is attributed to growth in adoption of real-time digital asset management solutions among marketing departments of end-user industries to assist sales department with up-to-date content.

Region wise, North America dominated the market, in terms of expenditure on digital asset management solutions and services, owing to high penetration of digital technologies among end-user industries. Moreover, the market in Asia-Pacific is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of around 16%, owing to increase in awareness among end-user industries about benefits of adoption of digital asset management solutions.

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Killexams : North America Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) System Market to Garner $5.96 Billion by 2031: Allied Market Research

Portland, OR, July 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As per the report published by Allied Market Research, the North America gasoline direct injection (GDI) system market was pegged at $3.15 billion in 2021, and is expected to reach $5.96 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 6.7% from 2022 to 2031.

Increase in demand for fuel-efficiency, greater engine performance, and thermal efficiency, growth in inclination toward engine downsizing and reduced weight of vehicles, and strict regulations regarding emission have boosted the growth of the North America gasoline direct injection (GDI) system market. However, electrification of vehicles and high cost of GDI engines hinder the market growth. On the contrary, technological advancements and incorporation of GDI systems in hybrid vehicles are expected to open new opportunities in the future.

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Covid-19 scenario:

  • The Covid-19 pandemic created uncertainty in the market due to disruptions of supply chain, fall in business confidence, and increase in panic among consumers.
  • The prolonged lockdown and strict regulations regarding cross-border import-export created challenges in the procurement of raw materials. Moreover, several automakers temporarily suspended manufacturing activities so as to curb the spread of the infection.

The report segments the North America gasoline direct injection (GDI) system market on the basis of component, engine type, vehicle type, sales channel, and country.

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Based on component, the fuel injectors and rails segment held the largest share in 2021, accounting for around half of the market. However, the electronic control units segment is expected to manifest the highest CAGR of 7.7% from 2022 to 2031.

On the basis of engine type, the 4 cylinder segment dominated the market in terms of revenue in 2021, contributing to more than half of the market. In addition, the segment is expected to register the highest CAGR of 7.3% during the forecast period. The report includes analysis of other segments such as 6 cylinder, 8 cylinder, and others.

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Based on vehicle type, the commercial vehicles segment held the largest share in 2021, accounting for nearly three-fifths of the North America gasoline direct injection (GDI) system market. Furthermore, the segment would showcase the highest CAGR of 7.2% from 2022 to 2031.

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Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) System Market by By Component (Fuel Injectors, Fuel Pumps, Electronic Control Units, Others), by Engine Type (4 cylinder, 6 cylinder, 8 cylinder, Others), by Vehicle Type (Passenger Cars, Commercial Vehicles), by Sales Channel (Original Equipment Manufacturer, Aftermarket): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020-2030.

Marine Fuel Injection System Market by Component (Fuel Injector, Fuel Pump, Fuel Valves, ECU, and Others), Power Rating (0 HP-2000 HP, 2,000 HP-10,000 HP, 10,000 HP-20,000 HP, 20,000 HP-50,000 HP, 50,000 HP-80,000 HP, >80,000 HP), and Application (Commercial Vessels, Offshore Support Vessels, Inland Waterways Vessels) - Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2014 – 2030.

Two-wheeler Fuel Injection Systems Market by Type (Direct Fuel Injection System and Port Fuel Injection System), by Vehicle Type (Bikes, Scooter, and Mopeds), by Engine Displacement (Less than 200cc, 200cc to 500cc, 500cc to 1000cc, and Above 1000cc), and Sales Channel (OEM and Aftermarket): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020–2030.

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Killexams : Hydrogen Powered Tractor Market to Reach $4.54 Billion by 2035: Allied Market Research

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Growth in mechanization in agriculture activities, rise in need to reduce greenhouse gas emission, and high suitability of hydrogen as fuel have boosted the growth of the global hydrogen powered tractor market. In addition, the market across Europe is projected to portray the fastest CAGR of 13.0% during the forecast period. The Covid-19 pandemic had a negative impact on agriculture and automotive industry, and is expected to remain the same effect in the coming few years as well.

Portland, OR, Aug. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global hydrogen powered tractor market is valued at $1.57 billion in 2025, and is estimated to reach $4.54 billion by 2035, witnessing a CAGR of 12.1% from 2026 to 2035. The report provides an in-depth study of changing market trends, key investment pockets, top segments, regional landscape, value chain, and competitive scenario. The report is a vital for leading market players, investors, new entrants, and stakeholders in devising strategies for the future and taking steps to strengthen their position in the market.

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Forecast Period

2026­–2035

Base Year

2025

Market Size in 2025

$1.57 billion

Market Size in 2035

$4.54 billion

CAGR

12.1%

No. of Pages in Report

380

Segments covered

Installation, Product, Application, Capacity, and Region.

Drivers

Growth in mechanization in agriculture activities

High suitability of hydrogen as fuel

Increased in need to reduce greenhouse gas emission

Opportunities

Technological advancements

Government support of development of agricultural activities

Restrains

High cost associated with production and handling of hydrogen

Lack of awareness regarding efficient agriculture tractors among farmers

Covid-19 Scenario:

  • The Covid-19 pandemic had a negative impact on the agriculture and automotive industries, and is expected to be the same in the coming few years as well.

  • The Covid-19 pandemic forced governments across the world to implement strict lockdown regulations and restrict import-expert of non-essential raw materials in 2020. This resulted in sudden decline in the availability of raw materials for vehicle components.

  • The prolonged lockdown not only affected the agriculture and automotive industry but the economic crisis led to reduction in expenditure on state-of-the-art technologies such as hydrogen-powered tractors.

  • Governments of several countries trimmed their spending on other sectors and used the funding to lessen the dangers of pandemic.

The report offers detailed segmentation of the global hydrogen powered tractor market based on installation, product, application, capacity, and region. The report offered detailed study of each segment and sub-segment along with tabular and graphical representation. This analysis helps market players, investors, and new entrants in determining the sub-segments to be tapped on to achieve growth in the coming years.

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Based on installation, the OEM segment is expected to hold the highest share in 2025, contributing to more than four-fourths of the total share, and is expected to maintain its leadership status during the forecast period. However, the retrofit segment is expected to manifest the highest CAGR of 14.4% from 2025 to 2035.

Based on product, the proton exchange membrane fuel cell segment is projected to hold the largest share in 2025, accounting for more than one-third of the market, and is expected to maintain its dominance in terms of revenue by 2035. In addition, the segment is estimated to witness the largest CAGR of 13.5% during the forecast period.

On the basis of application, the agriculture segment is estimated to dominate in terms of revenue in 2025, accounting for around one-third of the global hydrogen powered tractor market. Moreover, the segment is expected to continue its leading position throughout the forecast period. The segment is projected to showcase the highest CAGR of 13.4% from 2025 to 2035.

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Based capacity, the less than 25 tonnes segment is expected to hold the largest share in 2025, contributing to more than half of the market, and is estimated to maintain its dominance during the forecast period. However, the more than 25 tonnes segment is anticipated to register the highest CAGR of 12.7% during the forecast period.

Based on region, Europe is expected to account for the highest share in 2025, contributing to more than one-third of the total market share, and is projected to continue its leadership status by 2035. In addition, the region is projected to portray the fastest CAGR of 13.0% during the forecast period. The research also analyzes regions including North America, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.

Leading players of the global hydrogen powered tractor market analyzed in the research include Amogy, Inc., Allis-Chalmers, Blue Fuel Solutions (CMB. TECH), Ballard Power Systems, CNH Industrial N.V., BMW, Deere & Company, Cummins Inc., H2Trac B.V., Fendt, Hyster-Yale Group Inc., Honda Motor Co., Ltd., Kubota Corporation, SDF Group, Hyundai Motor Company, Terberg Special Vehicles, and Toyota Motor Corporation.

The report analyzes these key players of the global hydrogen powered tractor market. These players have adopted various strategies such as expansion, new product launches, partnerships, and others to increase their market penetration and strengthen their position in the industry. The report is helpful in determining the business performance, operating segments, product portfolio, and developments by every market player.

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Market by Vehicle Type (Passenger Vehicle and Commercial Vehicle) and Technology (Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell, Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells, and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2019–2030.

Hydrogen Powered Engine Market by Application (Passenger Vehicle and Commercial Vehicle) and Technology (Proton Membrane Exchange, Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2030.

Hydrogen Fueling Station Market by Product (Retail vs. Non-Retail Stations and Mobile Hydrogen Stations) and End-Users (Hydrogen Tube Trailers, Tanker Trucks, Pipeline Delivery and Railcars & Barges): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2030.

Hydrogen-Powered Yacht Market by Technology (Coal Gasification and Steam Methane Reforming), by Application (Methanol Production, Ammonia Production and Petroleum Refining) and by System (Merchant and Captive): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2030.

Farm Tractors Market by Drive Type (Two-Wheel Drive and Four-Wheel Drive), System Type (Without Loaders, Front Loaders, and Backhoe Loaders), Design Type (Tractor without CAB and Tractor with CAB), and Power Output (<30 hp, 31-100 hp, 101-200 hp, and >200) - Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2017-2030.

Electric Farm Tractor Market by Application (Tillage (primary & secondary tillage), Seed Sowing, Harvesting, and Others (spraying and fertilizing)), Power Source (Battery Operated, and Solar Powered), and Type (Light & Medium-duty Tractor, and Heavy-duty Tractor): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2030.

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Killexams : OneVision Software Expands Connectivity with Latest Release

The system landscape of print service providers is becoming increasingly diverse. A wide variety of systems are used for job and file input, as well as machines for printing, embellishment, and finishing. Seamless integration of these systems is the only way to ensure efficient and cost-effective production. OneVision's modular Automation Suites have been expanded to provide even better support for its customers.

Integration with HP Indigo, Horizon SmartStacker, Kongsberg, Fotoba

After numerous integration modules for production devices such as the Konica Minolta AccurioJet KM-1, Canon PRISMAsync, Zünd Cut Center and C.P. Bourg were already added in the last software releases, the current version offers further connections to production and finishing systems.

To ensure that high-speed printing systems such as the HP Indigo are constantly utilized to capacity, print jobs must be transmitted to the machine in an error-free and automated manner. With the new HP Indigo connection, jobs are sent directly from the OneVision workflow management system to the digital front end; all relevant information is of course included.

For finishing, a connector ensures the automatic handover of folding, substrate and job information to the Horizon SmartStacker. Print service providers who use Kongsberg systems can now benefit from automatic preparation of cutting information for Kongsberg cutting systems through a corresponding integration.

More new highlights for automated file preparation

With the new version, a powerful tool has also been developed to control file preparation even more dynamically: Time monitoring for sub assembly lines in the workflow now allows jobs to be presorted for time-consuming tasks – such as flattening tranparencies at night. Furthermore, functionalities in nesting, tiling and white masks have been optimized.

OneVision

New features for Amendo image processing software

The latest release of Amendo image enhancement software supports the Heif/Heic image data format. A new built-in color cast correction feature allows the selection of a target white point, allowing a warmer tone to be set in color cast corrections in addition to neutral white, if required.

The new software version of OneVision provides print service providers once again with valuable tools for a smoother workflow and more economical production. Learn more about automation in print production at: www.onevision.com/solutions.

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Killexams : PCaaS Market is Set to Experience a Significant Growth of 43% CAGR from 2022 To 2031

The Global PCaaS Market was valued at USD 23.7 billion at a CAGR of 43% during the forecast period 2022 – 2031.

– Personal computers are the critical components of the business infrastructure. With the advancement of technology, the cost and burden of managing the day-to-day PC lifecycle are set to increase. Companies are looking forward, to reduce their infrastructure cost and attain a high level of service quality. PC-as-a-Service (PCaaS) is one such contemporary offering that can address this issue.

– The emergence of Netflix and Spotify have disrupted way content is consumed with their subscription-based models. This trend has spread to more industries, including smart-devices and computers making PCaaS or DaaS a vital solution to possess. The increased adoption of such content delivery sites and networks is expected to boost the demand for the market over the forecast period.

– Some of the prominent players in the market through strategic partnerships, research & developments, and mergers & acquisitions have been able to further the technology. This is expected to fuel market growth throughout the forecast period.

– For instance, in June 2019, HP Inc. announced an expansion of the companies’ business partnership with Xerox in the Device as a Service (DaaS) market. In a move twill allow both companies to meet a wider range of customer needs.

– However, issues related to lack of product differentiation and reluctance of companies to outsource their hardware and maintenance activities due to data-security issues are expected to challenge the growth of the market during the forecast period.

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PC as a Service (PCaaS) bundles the users PC hardware, PC management tools, and PC support professionals, in which a user or an organization pays a monthly subscription fee to lease endpoint hardware and management services from a vendor. This report segments the market by Type (Hardware, Software, and Services), End-user (BFSI, Healthcare and Life Sciences, and IT and Telecom), and Geography

Key Market Trends

Retail is Expected to Register a Significant Growth

– In order to boost retail sales, the players in the industry have been looking for solutions that allow them to meet the evolving needs of retail and hospitality customers that in turn allows them to meet their objective.

– For instance, in August 2018, HP Inc. unveiled a new portfolio of devices and service offerings designed to enhance the retail shopping experience that will be available through its Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) offering.

– In August 2018, according to HP the increasing shift to digitization is expected to change the way consumers interact with businesses, and mobile devices alone will influence USD 1.4 trillion in U.S. sales by 2021. This is indicative of the fact that there lies a lucrative opportunity for PCaaS providers to grab the market.

– The increasing trend for consumers looking for technology that allows for a more engaging, interactive, and personal experience throughout their stores, has made the players look for versatile devices that are built for both stationary and on-the-go interaction. This is expected to boost the demand for the PCaaS market over the forecast period.

– Over the past few years, the retail stores are shifting their sales from brick and mortar stores to their e-commerce sites. This could have a significant impact on the PCaaS, offering revenue from this industry during the forecast period.

North America is Expected to Hold the largest Share

– The region is home to some of the prominent players in the industry such as Microsoft, Dell EMC, amongst others that are continually investing in developing the technology through research and development, strategic partnerships, and mergers & acquisition that has also allowed them to gain a stronger footprint in the market.

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– For instance, in February 2019 CalAmp announced the launch of its new Device as a Service (DaaS) subscription business model. A model that reduces the complexity of telematics deployments by offering a subscription-based service including a telematics device bundled with access to a broad portfolio of connected car micro-services, such as CrashBoxx, and crash response and driver behavior services.

– The region being one of the biggest adopters of the cloud has propelled the PCaaS or DaaS providers to reap the benefits offered by the cloud. For instance, in August 2019, VMware announced its plans to launch a new DaaS offering on VMware Cloud on AWS, called Managed Desktops Solution. This is expected to boost the adoption of the technology over the forecast period.

Competitive Landscape

The competitive rivalry between the players in the PCaaS market is high owing to the presence of some major players such as HP, Fujitsu, AWS amongst others. Their ability to continually innovate their offerings has allowed them to gain a competitive advantage over others. Also, strong investments in research & development, strategic partnerships, and mergers & acquisition have enabled them to gain a greater footprint in the market.

– March 2019 – Intersys announced a partnership with HP for the launch of a new service, HP DaaS. The service that would offer an ideal combination of hardware and software for any operating system (Windows, Mac, Android) and any device (PC, mobile, tablet).

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Killexams : HPPSC Process Engineer Recruitment 2021 Online Applications closing on 8 July @hppsc.hp.gov.in

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