Owing to the increased adoption of air separation plants in chemical, healthcare and food industry, revenue is set to steer up tremendously through 2029.
DUBAI, UAE / ACCESSWIRE / October 12, 2020 / The air separation plant market expected to surpass US$ 4870.6 million by 2029 as a part of which China and India is expected to witness a positive graph for the demand and production of air separation plants market. Due to increasing demand in major industries, manufacturers are working on developing on-site customized plant systems to gain a steady growth.
“Among the others, though chemical industry will hold maximum share, it will not outsell other major industries. It will surely dominate the market and will hold a considerable share but customized side of it will help the profit rise tremendously. Manufacturers are also focussing on better utilization of resources, raw materials and decreasing labour cost to enhance revenue
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army’s enterprise information systems office expects to release requests for proposals for several highly lucrative contracts in the next few months, a top official has announced.
At an AFCEA Belvoir event last week, Ross Guckert, program executive officer at Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems, laid out the office’s top four highest value contracts for the upcoming quarter, including multi-award contract for IT services valued up to $10 billion.
That contract, called Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-4 Hardware, has a base period of five years with five one-year options. According to industry day slides from July, the office plans for 17 awardees. A draft RFP will be released in the first quarter of fiscal 2021, which started Oct. 1. The final RFP is slated for release in the second quarter of fiscal 2021.
ITES-4H will provide the Army with IT services such as client, servers, storage and
Two recent events, Cirrus Logic’s (CRUS) quarterly report and Apple’s (AAPL) new product announcements, threw open a door into Cirrus’ bright future for revenue growth.
On August 3rd, Cirrus Logic reported its 1st quarter financial report which included a treasure trove of details about future products. Some of the products that were discussed are coming with a level of risk such as haptics outside of Apple. Others seem almost certain.
Apple, on September 15, held its first of two new products events. Although speculation left investors guessing, Apple introduced new iWatches and new iPads. In particular for new iPads, the features and spec-sheets describe additional Cirrus content. For the iWatches, exact timing for revenue growth remains more cloudy.
The investor response was mixed. Analysts, shown below, are betting Cirrus wins the pennant, but the market only saw a strikeout. So, which is it? Let’s go digging.
South Africa’s high smartphone penetration rate makes it a lucrative market for smartphone producers.
This is the view shared by analysts, commenting on the recent influx of Chinese smartphone brands into the South African market.
With a smartphone penetration rate of 91.2%, according to the Independent Communications Authority of SA’s latest State of the ICT Sector report, SA is witnessing new Chinese smartphone providers entering the market.
BBK Electronics-owned brands Vivo and Oppo have officially established their presence in the country, with the former having launched six smartphones, to date. Oppo’s A72 will go on sale on 7 October.
In March, Chinese smartphone provider Tecno announced South African consumers will be able to purchase Tecno smartphonesfrom major retail stores and online outlets. Taiwanese consumer electronics and smartphone manufacturer HTC also recently announced its re-entry into the market, with plans to rollout devices from mid-October.