During the forecast period, global military IT, data and computing market is anticipated to be driven by the growing demand for advanced information technology, the race to acquire cloud based infrastructure, encrypted data storage systems, and global tactical advanced communication systems. The military IT data and computing market is expected to be dominated by North America, followed by Asia Pacific and Europe. The US is the highest spender in the global military IT data and computing market, with a large number of programs being pursued in the areas of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software products, the Tactical Local Area Network (TACLAN) family of systems and software support for radars among others
- The Global military IT, data and computing market is expected to be worth US$62.9 billion in 2016 and is expected increase to US$80.5 billion by 2026, representing a CAGR of 2.50% during the forecast period
- The North American region is estimated to account for 47.7% of the total military IT, data and computing market, followed by Asia Pacific and Europe, with shares of 26.4% and 14% respectively. The Middle Eastern region is expected to garner a substantial market share in this sector, accounting for 9.6%, and the remaining 3% of the military IT, data and computing market over the forecast period is expected to be constituted collectively by Latin America and Africa
- In terms of segments, networking and cyber security segments are expected to account for 47.4% and 19.9% of the military IT, data and computing market, respectively, followed by software and hardware segments, with a cumulative share of 32.7%
The Global military IT, data and computing Market 2016-2026 report offers a detailed analysis of the industry with market size forecasts covering the next ten years. This report will also analyze factors that influence demand for military IT, key market trends, and challenges faced by industry participants.
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- Global oil storage capacity is expected to grow from 5,296.9 mmbbl in 2016 to 5,600 mmbbl by 2020 at a growth rate of 5.7%.
- Five oil storage terminals have been announced since the previous report was published in August 2015. Six oil storage projects were canceled since the previous report.
- Asia will add the most oil storage capacity in the world (265.1 mmbbl) by 2020, followed by the Middle East with 124.9 mmbbl.
- Of all the companies in the world, Saudi Arabian Oil Company has the highest planned oil storage capacity by 2020, at 64.9 mmbbl. CNOOC Ltd is in second place with plans to add 62.9 mmbbl of oil storage capacity.
- In Asia, China has the highest planned capital expenditure to develop planned oil storage facilities by 2020, at US$6.0 billion.
- Fujian II terminal in China and Ulsan XIII in South Korea, will have the highest planned storage capacities in Asia by 2020, at 62.9 mmbbl each.
- Saudi Arabia and Oman have the highest planned oil storage capacity in the Middle East, with 62.9 mmbbl and 32.3 mmbbl, respectively.
Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Oil Storage – Project Changes and Cancellations Cut Projected Storage Capacity 10% by 2019
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Cardiac Pacemakers Overview
A Cardiac Pacemakers is a device designed to regulate the beating of the heart by providing electrical impulses delivered by the electrodes contacting the heart muscle. It can be a single chamber or dual chamber type.
A single chamber pacemaker is a device which has a single pacing lead placed into a chamber of the heart. This could be the atrium or ventricle. Leads and electrodes are not tracked here. One unit refers to one single chamber pacemaker.
Dual chamber pacemakers have pacing leads in two chambers of the heart. One lead paces the atrium and one paces the ventricle. This approach more closely matches the natural pacing of the heart. These types of pacemakers can co-ordinate the function between the atria and the ventricles. Leads and electrodes are not tracked here. One unit refers to one dual chamber pacemaker.
Cardiac Pacemakers – Pipeline Products by Stage of Development
Cardiac Pacemakers – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2016
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Strong Market Growth Expected, Driven by the Predicted Emergence of Targeted Therapies for Bladder Cancer and Increasing Prostate and Kidney Cancer Prevalence
Within urological cancers, there are a number of premium products that attract substantial and even blockbuster revenues. These are currently hormonal therapies for prostate cancer (such as Zytiga and Xtandi) and angiogenesis inhibitors for kidney cancer (such as Sutent, Votrient and Inlyta). However, not all treatments generate strong revenues: chemotherapies gravitate towards generating relatively low revenues as they have become heavily genericized, although this also makes them cost effective and heavily utilized. There is high generic penetration in urological cancer treatments – in bladder and testicular cancer in particular, generics are used both as monotherapies and in combination with premium or other generic drugs.
Urological cancer revenues will increase from $17.9 billion in 2015 to $35.9 billion in 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 10.39%. There is only one patent expiration due among the three blockbuster revenue-generating drugs of 2015 during the latter forecast period, while urological cancer prevalence will rise due to populations in developed countries becoming increasingly elderly and obese. Development and approval of immune checkpoint inhibitors will lower the associated toxicity of urological cancer therapies and increase their usage in typically poor-performance patients. Targeted treatment administration will increase patient’s overall survival and enable more rounds of chemotherapy to be given. It is predicted that two new urological cancer drugs for the treatment of bladder cancer will achieve blockbuster status by 2022.
Global Urological Cancer Market to 2022 – Strong Growth Driven by Rising Prevalence, Increased Uptake of Hormone Therapies and Approval of Novel Biologics
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The wireless tower industry is represented by mobile operators and tower companies as owners of tower assets. Most mobile operators across the region continue to build and manage their own tower infrastructure almost exclusively.
Wireless tower market – Middle East and Africa
Growing mobile data demand, deployment of LTE technology along with 3G network expansion is increasing pressure on network operators’ existing wireless infrastructure, thereby creating the need for adding additional tower sites. Moreover, with saturated mature urban markets, MNOs are accelerating expansion into rural areas creating greater need for cell sites and providing opportunities for specialized tower companies. Key tower markets in Africa include Nigeria, Tanzania, Ghana, DRC, and Egypt. On the other hand, currently the Middle East tower market has witnessed limited activity.
“Wireless Tower Market in Middle East and Africa: Increasing Mobile Data Demand and Reduction of Capex by MNOs to Provide Opportunities for TowerCos” an Insider report by Pyramid Research offers a thorough study of the wireless tower market in the Middle East and Africa. The report analyses the tower market and the role of market participants such as MNOs, towercos and regulators.
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Globalization and trade liberalization have paved the way from a more open and truly international society, one in which free-trade is encouraged, as it allows organizations to operate and setup supply chains outside of their home countries. This is evident from regional analysis, which indicates that the majority of organizations with business operations in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World have a supply chain presence in more than five countries.
FMCG organizations are increasing their supply chain presence and improving flexibility and responsiveness to drive global expansion
Managing this global supply chain, however, does not come without difficulties, with high transportation costs, long transit times, and frequent delays obstacles that organizations face on a frequent basis. Manufacturers have sought to address these factors by implementing strategies that will help make them more efficient, such as developing stronger ties with their clients and suppliers, and addressing issues as and when they arise.
Canadean’s Global Executives Survey: Latest Factors Driving Change in Global Supply Chains Survey examines executives’ opinion on key actions used for analyzing the credibility of foreign suppliers, country wise supply chain presence, and major challenges for supply chain. Organizations can analyze the impact of trade agreements and economic unions on a company’s performance, and assess the major advantages and disadvantages of free-trade agreements for organizations. Additionally, it examines the significance of local production and use of local ingredients and also identifies future focus areas for FMCG organizations.
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Asia-Pacific Continues to be Largest Market for Solar Balance of System
Asia-Pacific overtook Europe to become the largest regional market for solar photovoltaics (PV) with a sharp increase in capacity additions, and hence solar balance of system (BOS). The region added 32.3 gigawatts (GW) PV capacity in 2015 and stood as the largest market for BOS globally The solar PV BOS market in Asia-Pacific is mainly driven by solar PV installations in China, Japan, Australia and India. At $27.4 billion (bn) in 2015, Asia-Pacific’s BOS market accounts for 57% of the global BOS market. The BOS market for the Americas accounts for 25%, followed by Europe with 16%.
The above chart shows each region’s respective share of the global solar PV BOS market. Asia-Pacific is expected to continue it regional dominance, although its share of the global BOS market is expected to come down to 45% in 2020 from 57% in 2015. This is due to the high growth expected in the BOS market of Americas, with market share there expected to increase from 25% in 2015 to 41% in 2020.
GlobalData’s latest report Solar PV Balance of System, Update 2016 – Global Market Size, Technology Review, Cost Analysis, and Key Country Analysis to 2020, report provides analysis of the solar Photovoltaic (PV) Balance of System (BOS) market across key countries including the US, Canada, China, Japan, India, Australia, Germany, UK, Italy and South Africa. It includes annualized historical and forecast data from 2010 to 2020 for installed capacity, overall BOS cost and BOS market size.
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