Consumer Electronics – JVC Europe http://jvc-europe.com/ Sun, 26 Sep 2021 13:32:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://jvc-europe.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/jvc-europe-icon-150x150.png Consumer Electronics – JVC Europe http://jvc-europe.com/ 32 32 Hyderabad-based sustainable retail chain Electronics Mart India files for Rs 500 cr IPO https://jvc-europe.com/hyderabad-based-sustainable-retail-chain-electronics-mart-india-files-for-rs-500-cr-ipo/ Sun, 26 Sep 2021 11:31:59 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/hyderabad-based-sustainable-retail-chain-electronics-mart-india-files-for-rs-500-cr-ipo/

Hyderabad-based consumer durables retail chain Electronics Mart India Ltd has filed its Draft Red Herring Prospectus (DRHP) with the market regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India, in order to increase by Rs 500 crore through an initial public offering (IPO).

The company intends to use the net proceeds to finance its capital expenditure and additional working capital requirements to the tune of Rs 133.8 cr and Rs 200 cr respectively, the repayment / prepayment of Rs 50 crs of its debt in addition to the general objectives of the company.

A heritage of over three decades, EMIL was founded by Pavan Kumar Bajaj and Karan Bajaj as a company that owns a consumer durable and electronic goods store under the name “M / s Bajaj Electronics”. Today it ranks at number 4 in India and one of the fastest growing in the retail of consumer durables and electronics with over 1 crore of customers, 7,50,000 square feet of business space. retail in over 90 stores supported by a strong workforce of over 2,600 professionals. Its multi-brand outlets operate under the brand names of Bajaj Electronics, with the exception of two specialty stores under the name Kitchen Stories that meet the specific needs of the kitchen. It is also in the process of setting up another niche point of sale under the name Audio & Beyond, offering high-end audio and home automation solutions.

Currently, it is the largest and most trusted electronics retailer in South India, Bajaj Electronics – a brand owned by EMIL, is a household name in consumer electronics retail. In line with its cluster-driven expansion strategy, it plans to deepen its store network in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and gradually expand its network in the NCR.

EMIL displays over 6000 storage units (SKUs) with a focus on large appliances such as air conditioners, televisions, washing machines, refrigerators; mobile devices and small devices in addition to other computing devices in more than 70 brands of consumer durables and electronics. It also operates on wholesale and e-commerce channels.

In FY 21, the company’s total income was Rs 3,207.37 crore compared to Rs 3,179.02 crore a year ago. Net profit for the period amounted to Rs 58.62 crore versus Rs 81.61 crore last year, mainly an impact due to the ongoing pandemic and reduced consumer spending. According to the CRISIL report shown in the draft document, between FY15-20, its revenue increased at a CAGR of 25.60% and, for FY20, its EBITA margins were the highest among its peers.

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Chip Shortage Costs $ 210 Billion – Double Early Estimates | Business https://jvc-europe.com/chip-shortage-costs-210-billion-double-early-estimates-business/ Sun, 26 Sep 2021 04:15:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/chip-shortage-costs-210-billion-double-early-estimates-business/

DETROIT – The global semiconductor shortage will cost $ 210 billion in lost revenue this year, estimates AlixPartners LLP, up 91% from the company’s $ 110 billion forecast in May.

In addition, the global consultancy firm based in the Detroit metro area now expects the industry to lose production of 7.7 million vehicles this year, a 97% increase from 3.9 millions estimated in May.

The updated forecast represents a sharp drop from previous expectations and comes as automakers continue to tackle the semiconductor shortage, still leading to production shutdowns at various factories across North America, Europe and Europe. Asia. COVID-19 outbreaks and lockdowns in Asian countries where most semiconductors are made have prolonged the problem.

The latest victims of the chip shortage are Stellantis NV factories producing Ram pickup trucks, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge vehicles, which will be idling next week.

The demand for consumer electronics has worsened the scarcity of microchips used in vehicle electronics, halting production at auto factories around the world and driving up vehicle prices. Automakers have sought to protect their most profitable vehicles, but say they have little knowledge about producing chips at the heart of the supply chain.

AlixPartners previously expected production impacts to be minimized in Q3, but now the company doesn’t expect to see it until maybe Q2 2022.

Dan Hearsch, general manager of the automotive and manufacturing practice of AlixPartners, explained that issues that were believed to be resolved were not. and others “we didn’t think it would go badly, went rather badly,” he said, noting the availability of labor and other disruptions at smaller suppliers as well. peaks of COVID-19 and logistical difficulties.

“There is no cushion,” he said. “There is nothing left to absorb the impacts, so every little thing, a week of downtime now creates a month of downtime elsewhere. “

General Motors Co. Chairman Mark Reuss told the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference this week that the supply of fleas comes from places with low COVID-19 vaccination, “So there is some volatility there… we really need to get vaccinated and protocol in these factories, which we are working very hard on.

“We’re going to see stabilization to some extent before we get the volume we really need,” he said. Even before the chip shortage, GM had lower inventories due to the pandemic that halted production for eight weeks in 2020.

“Are we going to have stable inventory where we have what we want… across the industry in our dealerships? He said at the event on Tuesday.

“The answer is no because there are two holes: there is the microchip hole, there is the pandemic hole, when you look at that… throughout the industry, it is quite difficult.”

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Chip Shortage Costs $ 210 Billion – Double Initial Estimates, Consultant Says | New https://jvc-europe.com/chip-shortage-costs-210-billion-double-initial-estimates-consultant-says-new/ Sat, 25 Sep 2021 13:00:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/chip-shortage-costs-210-billion-double-initial-estimates-consultant-says-new/

The global semiconductor shortage will cost $ 210 billion in lost revenue this year, estimates AlixPartners LLP, up 91% from the company’s $ 110 billion forecast in May.

In addition, the global consultancy firm based in the Detroit metro area now expects the industry to lose production of 7.7 million vehicles this year, a 97% increase from 3.9 millions estimated in May.

The updated forecast represents a sharp drop from previous expectations and comes as automakers continue to tackle the semiconductor shortage, still leading to production shutdowns at various factories across North America, Europe and Europe. Asia. COVID-19 outbreaks and lockdowns in Asian countries where most semiconductors are made have prolonged the problem.

The latest victims of the chip shortage are Stellantis NV factories producing Ram pickup trucks, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge vehicles, which will be idling next week.

The demand for consumer electronics has worsened the scarcity of microchips used in vehicle electronics, halting production at auto factories around the world and driving up vehicle prices. Automakers have sought to protect their most profitable vehicles, but say they have little knowledge about producing chips at the heart of the supply chain.

AlixPartners previously expected production impacts to be minimized in Q3, but now the company doesn’t expect to see it until maybe Q2 2022.

Dan Hearsch, general manager of the automotive and manufacturing practice of AlixPartners, explained that issues that were believed to be resolved were not. And others “we didn’t think it would go badly, went rather badly,” he said, noting the availability of manpower and other disruptions at small suppliers as well. peaks of COVID-19 and logistical difficulties.

“There is no cushion,” he said. “There is nothing left to absorb the impacts, so every little thing, a week of downtime now creates a month of downtime elsewhere. “

General Motors Co. Chairman Mark Reuss told the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference this week that the supply of fleas comes from places with low COVID-19 vaccination, “So there is some volatility there… we really need to get vaccinated and protocol in these factories, which we are working very hard on.

“We’re going to see stabilization to some extent before we get the volume we really need,” he said.

Even before the chip shortage, GM had lower inventories due to the pandemic that halted production for eight weeks in 2020.

“Are we going to have stable inventory where we have what we want… across the industry in our dealerships? He said at the event on Tuesday. “The answer is no because there are two holes: there is the chip hole, there is the pandemic hole, when you look at that… throughout the industry, it is quite difficult.”

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PulseChip ™ Ethernet Transformers https://jvc-europe.com/pulsechip-ethernet-transformers/ Fri, 24 Sep 2021 21:10:52 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/pulsechip-ethernet-transformers/

San Diego, September 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Pulse Electronics, a global leader in Ethernet Magnetics for the LAN interface, has released its PulseChipTM 1Gigabit, 2.5Gigabit, 5Gigabit, and 10Gigabit single transformers to support the standard and Power over Ethernet (PoE) for commercial and industrial environments at rated temperature. These new PulseChipTM TC1000, TC1000P, TC2500, TC2500P, TC5000, TC5000P, TC10000 and TC10000P transformers are manufactured with fully automated winding, assembly, testing and packaging to ensure consistent performance, improved product quality and reliability throughout. by ensuring cost competitiveness.

PulseChipTM transformers share the same housing and footprint. This series is fully compliant with REACH and RoHS directive. In addition, they are compatible with all major PHY vendors.

This series is suitable for a wide variety of applications, such as networking and interconnection devices, servers, switches, routers, communication systems and any consumer digital electronic device.

“Pulse is delighted to present this new line of magnetic components for the LAN interface and Ethernet application, in addition to providing robust performance with a small footprint and low mass, which helps to reduce the size and weight of the device. system. “

Habib Rashidi, Product Marketing Manager, Pulse Electronics

For more information on the PulseChipTM construction, performance improvements, and comparison to traditional solutions, please see our Automated Ethernet Transformers, PulseChipTM white paper.

The PulseChipTM Transformers datasheet provides all relevant parameters such as inductance, insertion loss, return loss, DC resistance and input-output insulation, as well as tape and tape packaging. reel. For more information on Pulse Ethernet products, use our Product Finder to search for our Ethernet Signal / Magnetic Transformer.

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The great shortage of chips isn’t the only thing holding back the production of consumer electronics. Manufacturers around the world are also struggling to hire enough workers, according to a new survey.

The findings come from a business group called IPC, which this month surveyed hundreds of companies around the world to gauge their perspective on the electronics supply chain. The results revealed that 80% of companies said it was “somewhat” or “extremely” difficult to find qualified workers.

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The other major challenge facing manufacturers is the rising costs of components and other supplies. “Nine in ten manufacturers are currently experiencing an increase in the cost of materials, and seven in ten report an increase in labor costs,” the survey found.

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The investigation comes weeks after large chip foundry TSMC reportedly began announcing price hikes for its chipmaking. According to the CPI, 90% of all manufacturers surveyed blame the chip shortage for causing them to pay higher costs to suppliers.

IPC did not say whether rising costs would push the same companies to raise prices for consumer electronics. But about 30% of the companies surveyed expect their profit margins to decline over the next six months.

On the positive side, the survey concluded that “the electronics supply chain continues to function well despite difficult circumstances”. At the same time, the industry is facing an increase in customer orders and a gradual increase in manufacturing capacity.

However, 58% of those polled do not expect the semiconductor shortage to resolve until “the second half of 2022 or beyond.”

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“Strong demand is helping industry sales, but shortages are delaying shipments and increasing backlogs,” said Shawn DuBravac, chief economist at IPC. “Manufacturers face higher prices as they compete for limited supply. This is a global phenomenon that will take a good chunk of next year to resolve. “

Yet others view the situation as a situation of half-full glass. This week, research firm IDC offered a more optimistic view of the current chip shortage. “The industry will see normalization and balance by mid-2022, with the potential for overcapacity in 2023 as larger-scale capacity expansions begin to come online towards the end of 2022,” IDC wrote. in a report.

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Global polypropylene market to reach $ 165.6 billion in revenue by 2030, according to P&S Intelligence https://jvc-europe.com/global-polypropylene-market-to-reach-165-6-billion-in-revenue-by-2030-according-to-ps-intelligence/ Thu, 23 Sep 2021 08:30:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/global-polypropylene-market-to-reach-165-6-billion-in-revenue-by-2030-according-to-ps-intelligence/

NEW YORK, September 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The value of the global polypropylene market, which has been $ 94.3 billion in 2020, will reach $ 165.6 billion by 2030, with a CAGR of 5.7%.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the polypropylene market was hit hard as the closure of most manufacturing plants resulted in reduced demand for plastic. Although demand has increased for the production of N95 masks, pistons and gloves for the healthcare sector, the reduction in industry operations has resulted in low production despite falling commodity prices, mainly petroleum. raw.

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Homopolymer bifurcation has dominated the types segment of the polypropylene market in the past. The higher strength-to-weight ratio of homopolymers makes them stronger and more rigid than polypropylene copolymers. Other advantages of homopolymers are high tolerance to chemical exposure and extreme temperatures, high thermoforming performance and good weldability.

In the coming years, the injection molding category will hold the largest share of value in the polypropylene market, depending on the application. Polypropylene’s mass density, which is among the lowest of all plastics, allows it to be injection molded, used in housewares, recreational vehicle (RV) products, and automotive and marine parts.

Packaging has been the most important category in the polypropylene market historically, and will continue to be so over this decade, under segmentation by end use. The strength of this polymer allows it to be used for containers that must be in direct contact with food. Other properties of plastic that make it ideal for packaging purposes are high clarity, heat resistance and recyclability, as well as good aesthetics.

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The main factors driving the demand for this common plastic are:

  • Booming packaging sector: Polypropylene accounted for the highest production volume among all plastics in 2019 due to its increasing use in packaging applications, according to PlasticsEurope. Besides food packaging, including candy and snack packaging, this polymer is also used to make hinged caps, pipes, microwave containers, auto parts, and banknotes.
  • Growing Demand for Non-Woven Polypropylene Fibers: The growing demand for non-woven polypropylene fibers is also propelling the polypropylene market, as this material is widely used to make durable needled fibers, which are themselves consumed in the production of geotextiles, coating substrates, vehicle components, interiors and outdoor carpets, upholstery, blankets and bedding.

Asia Pacific (APAC) is the largest and fastest growing region in the polypropylene market due to its high volume production of this material. The region is home to some of the world’s largest petrochemical companies, including Reliance Industries Limited, China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, and PetroChina Company Limited. In addition, the growing demand for electrical components and flexible packaging in China propels market growth.

The main companies in the global polypropylene market are LyondellBasell Industries BV, SABIC, Sinopec Group, PetroChina Company Limited, Reliance Industries Limited, Braskem SA, Total SA, Formosa Plastic Corporation, Exxon Mobil Corporation, INEOS Group Holdings SA and Borealis AG.

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Plastic recycling market – Geographically, Asia Pacific held the largest share of the plastic recycling market in 2018, due to the high availability of household waste, imports of plastic waste and low labor costs in the region. The availability of cheap labor facilitates labor-intensive Allied operations, such as collection, sorting and cleaning.

Polytetrafluoroethylene MarketAsia Pacific consumed the highest volume of PTFE in the recent past, and it is expected to adopt this material at the fastest rate in the years to come. This can be attributed to the growing production of automobiles, increased industrial processing activities and the growing demand for consumer electronics in the region.

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Consumer electronics and tech expert reveals information stored in Android phone https://jvc-europe.com/consumer-electronics-and-tech-expert-reveals-information-stored-in-android-phone/ Wed, 22 Sep 2021 17:20:55 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/consumer-electronics-and-tech-expert-reveals-information-stored-in-android-phone/

Ask Dave Taylor, a YouTube channel with consumer electronics and electronics reviews that also has a Q&A tutorial website that provides online help and customer technical support, recently responded. to whether an Android phone stores credit card information. Android devices store a lot of personal information including credit card information using Google Autofill for user convenience. This means that losing your smartphone for some reason is worrying as unscrupulous people who can access the phone may be able to use the saved credit card information.

It is revealed that Google Autofill can monitor a lot of information, personal information such as name, address and phone number to other addresses, such as parents’ house, business address, etc. including passwords and custom preferences. Checking the Payment Methods option will show the user what credit card information has been stored in the Android smartphone. Every credit card information that has been stored can be deleted manually. When the need arises, adding a payment method can be easily done. The information provided by Dave Taylor allows Android users to identify stored cards and clean them whenever they want. But it’s also important to note that establishments with online payment systems may also have copies of the user’s credit card information.

Meanwhile, in addition to whether Android phones store credit card information, some of the latest topics covered on the Q&A tutorial site include: how to add a Spotify player widget to the home screen Android; a review of the STM Drifter 18L computer backpack; how to use virtual desktops on a Chromebook; the origin of the technological word Bluetooth; how to make BMW Bluetooth forget a particular Android phone; how to exit Microsoft Edge in “dark mode”; how to play backgammon on a Linux computer; edit Word documents in Google Docs; how to track edits, revisions and changes made in Google Docs; how to follow hashtags on LinkedIn; add or update a profile picture for Outlook; add a program to the Windows 10 Start menu; share a link to a PayPal invoice with a customer; whether it is useful to create a social intranet for a small business; a review of the AT&T Netgear Nighthawk 5G Hotspot Pro; how to install and use PowerShell on Windows 10; how to use a Facebook image as a wallpaper; advice on how to manage a supply chain well; and more.

Those interested in reviews of electronic and tech gadgets can also access the Ask Dave Taylor YouTube channel. Topics recently covered in the videos include: a review of the Spigen 70W and 100W ArcStation Pro GaN PowerArc chargers; a review of the SIVGA Phoenix wired headphones; a review of the AceFast 2-in-1 MagSafe Qi wireless charging stand; a test of the DSER RoboGeek 21T [R3760] robot vacuum; an overview of Apple AirPods Pro cases; a review of the Vankyo Alpha X200 TWS headphones; how to mirror iPhone display to Mac; installation and revision of the Patchworks ITG STEALTH privacy shield for iPhones; upgrade cables instead of buying new USB-C hard drives; installation and review of Ocushield Blue Light + Privacy screen protector; review of the MobileEdge ECO laptop messenger bag; iHome Zenergy Aroma Dream Aromatherapy Clock Review; unboxing the Google Pixel 3 XL; visit the WATCHGANG watch club; unboxing of Amazon Echo Second Generation; review of TopGreener Wi-Fi smart outlets with energy monitoring; review of FYY supercar and wallet phone cases; test of the Azulle Byte3 fanless mini PC; Olala SG1 Wireless Sports Headphones Review; Harman Kardon Allure Alexa speaker test; review of MyCharge Hub Plus – Lightning + MicroUSB Charger; and more.

Those interested in learning more about consumer electronics and electronics reviews and related topics can check out the Ask Dave Taylor YouTube channel, or contact Dave Taylor by phone or email.

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APIs prove their value in expanding overseas https://jvc-europe.com/apis-prove-their-value-in-expanding-overseas/ Tue, 21 Sep 2021 21:03:01 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/apis-prove-their-value-in-expanding-overseas/

Thanks to ever better digital services and the siren song of new customers in foreign markets, companies still face cross-border payment problems, for which remedies now exist.

PYMNTS ‘report “The New Instant Enterprise: How Borderless Financial Services Power eCommerce Innovation,” a USEND collaboration, explores how businesses and SMEs benefit from agile API solutions that remove the friction of international commerce.

See also: Instant New Business: How Borderless Financial Services Drive Innovation in Ecommerce

“Companies in developing countries that trade across borders, especially those with volatile currencies, often face the high opportunity cost of holding all of their funds and operations in local currency,” the report said. “Business owners in developing economies face many challenges at every stage of their business growth when it comes to their most critical operation: managing payments. “

Increasingly, the answer lies in adopting a “risk-based approach when choosing a method of authenticating a user or a merchant.” Access to a payment services platform or solution that uses a lot of contextual data to approve every payment or user or merchant use case is essential for e-commerce businesses who want to avoid fakes. refusal or unnecessarily flagged suppliers.

Risk assessments and relevant data

Among the most popular and effective methods of removing cross-border payment bottlenecks is the use of application programming interfaces (APIs), which connect disparate systems with essential digital speed and accuracy. to the growth of e-commerce operations.

According to the report, “An API-based solution allows businesses to ‘outsource’ the most complex payment elements to a payment service expert in authentication and payment processing. Using an API payment option, ecommerce businesses can enable customers to pay or receive refunds in local currency directly in apps or through their websites.

In regions “where the value of currencies can fluctuate frequently and where consumers may find it difficult to assess e-commerce prices and maximize their purchasing power using traditional bank or credit cards”, the API approach is particularly useful for online operations.

This also extends to transaction security and AML / KYC compliance. As the report states, “Risk assessments must be carried out taking into account the context and the relevant data. A secure, regulatory-compliant API-based solution can help new and established businesses build and maintain a fast-to-market strategy by eliminating user authentication and payment bottlenecks. Automating user authentication and payments through an API means apps, platforms, and websites can support great user experiences at scale.

See also: Instant New Business: How Borderless Financial Services Drive Innovation in Ecommerce

Partnership for cross-border success

Established and emerging e-commerce businesses face similar obstacles not only in clearing payments from abroad in the currencies and methods of their choice, but also in complying with the tangle of cross-border payment regulations that have regional and other nuances.

Teaming up with a payment service provider (PSP) who has the technology and the experience can make it much easier to move money across borders, as many are discovering.

According to the new report, “An API-based solution enables rapid e-commerce growth through rapid integration and secure transaction management. The right PSP will allow e-commerce companies and marketplaces to easily send and receive payments to and from customers and merchants in developing countries. KYC and KYB compliant PSPs handle the intricacies of global regulatory compliance for their clients, making it easy for US-based entities to do business with clients and merchants in developing countries.

This is as true for businesses expanding outside of the United States as it is for those moving to the United States for new customers and major market potential. But problems arise when companies do not have a bank account in the United States, for example. Brazil is an excellent example of overcoming these obstacles.

As The New Instant Enterprise notes, “The potential delays in opening a US bank account can last for months, if opening such an account is possible. A European entrepreneur could attempt to sell goods from Brazil to Europe and the United States online, but the complexity of local currency fluctuations, regional delays in setting up accounts, and differing compliance with KYB and KYC regulations can stop completely the effort.

Again, the report concludes that “choosing the right payment management solution is essential for managing compliance, data security and a high quality customer experience.”

See also: Instant New Business: How Borderless Financial Services Drive Innovation in Ecommerce

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NEW PYMNTS DATA: TODAY’S SELF-SERVICE PURCHASE JOURNEY – SEPTEMBER 2021

On: Eighty percent of consumers want to use non-traditional payment options like self-service, but only 35 percent were able to use them for their most recent purchases. Today’s Self-Service Shopping Journey, a PYMNTS and Toshiba Collaboration, analyzes more than 2,500 responses to find out how merchants can address availability and perception issues to meet demand for self-service kiosks.

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Ark Electronics announces strategic partnership with Pelion https://jvc-europe.com/ark-electronics-announces-strategic-partnership-with-pelion/ Tue, 21 Sep 2021 11:15:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/ark-electronics-announces-strategic-partnership-with-pelion/

IRVINE, Calif., September 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Electronic Arch has entered into a strategic partnership with Pelion. The collaboration will accelerate innovation in IoT connectivity, simplifying the deployment of connected devices around the world. This partnership combines Pelion’s wireless connectivity and device management platform services with Ark Electronics’ end-to-end manufacturing and engineering expertise, delivering a total connected solution for global deployments. ‘smart’ devices.

Pelion’s connected device platform services simplify IoT deployments for customers by providing:

    • Transparent and robust global connectivity despite network diversity
    • Scalable, secure and efficient management regardless of the diversity of devices
    • Full activation of applications at the edge

This collaboration aims to provide global vendors of IoT devices and solutions with a seamless path to market by leveraging the global capabilities of both organizations; Pelion’s IoT management software and connectivity services and Ark’s electronic manufacturing services (EMS) experience and expertise. The partnership is dedicated to bringing new customers’ products to market, on time and on budget.

“Ark is committed to providing our customers with innovative manufacturing solutions combined with Pelion’s connectivity and service platforms enabling an integrated and seamless customer experience. Our commitment to customers being at the heart of our strategy, we will continue to developing our world-class manufacturing capabilities. within an expanded partner ecosystem. Our partnership with Pelion reinforces this commitment, “said Michel lang, COO of Ark Electronics. “We are proud to partner with an industry leader like Pelion to deliver a truly innovative product launch experience.”

“At Pelion, we believe that by working with industry leaders like Ark, we can do more to make IoT as accessible, scalable and profitable as possible, thus opening up a world of opportunity for our customers,” said Dave weidner, Director of Market Development, Pelion. “Pelion’s secure global connectivity and comprehensive IoT management capabilities, combined with Ark’s end-to-end manufacturing and engineering expertise, will enable innovative businesses to deliver an unbeatable customer experience and ” accelerate their marketing. “

Who is Pelion
Pelion was originally founded as an incubation unit within Arm, the company at the forefront of designing, securing and managing all areas of compute, from the chip to the cloud. Now Pelion is forging its own path in the IoT revolution, building on a solid base of device and networking expertise. At Pelion, our mission is simple. We want to connect a world where life and device thrive together. To achieve this, we make IoT as accessible, repeatable and scalable as possible by creating a simple and secure way to connect and manage any IoT device.

Who is Ark Electronics
Electronic Arch is a leading provider of integrated manufacturing solutions serving the world’s fastest growing segments Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) Marlet. Recognized as a technology leader, Ark Electronics provides end-to-end manufacturing and engineering solutions, providing superior quality, support and delivery services to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) primarily in large markets. public, IoT, industrial and automotive. The company strives to provide the highest quality products and the most responsive engineering services to its customers. Ark takes pride in actively researching, creating and anticipating the changing needs of its customers and the markets it serves. Ark makes every business, manufacturing and design decision with the customer in mind, ensuring that their needs are always met and exceeded. Please visit www.arkelectronics.com for more information.

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A 2021-2025 Global and Chinese Market Assessment with Hua Hong, StarPower, CR Micro and More https://jvc-europe.com/a-2021-2025-global-and-chinese-market-assessment-with-hua-hong-starpower-cr-micro-and-more/ Mon, 20 Sep 2021 20:30:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/a-2021-2025-global-and-chinese-market-assessment-with-hua-hong-starpower-cr-micro-and-more/

DUBLIN, September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Global and Power of China Discrete (IGBT + MOSFET) Market Analysis Report, 2021-2025 “has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

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In 2020, the global discrete power devices market value was $ 26 billion, which has grown steadily over the past decade, with a CAGR of 6%.

Factors driving the market expansion include increasing demand for energy efficient electronic equipment, increasing demand for electrical products, and increased public awareness of environmental issues / stricter monitoring. Therefore, power transistors are increasingly used in various applications, such as electric vehicles, household appliances, industrial infrastructure and green energy infrastructure, to help minimize power consumption.

Chinese IGBT market revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7% in 2020-2025. In terms of applications, we expect the automobile to experience the strongest growth in the global and Chinese markets, thanks to the increasing penetration of electric vehicles, which have higher IGBT content than a typical ICE car. Industrial controls, electric vehicle recharging batteries and consumer electronics are also key areas for IGBT and these applications are expected to experience sales volume growth at a 5-7% CAGR in 2020-2025 in China Marlet. In terms of revenue mix, industrial controls, consumer electronics and power generation are three key applications, each contributing 20-25% of the overall IGBT market in 2020.

The Chinese MOSFET market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5% from 2020 to 2025. From the application point of view, due to the increasing penetration rate of electric vehicles, cars and electric vehicle charging will be the main ones. growth drivers in global and Chinese markets. The automotive field effect transistor market CAGR in China from 2020 to 2025 at 6%. From 2020 to 2025, the CAGR of the application of industrial control and consumption in China market will be stable at 2-5%. In terms of revenue mix, automotive is the largest application, accounting for 31% of the global IGBT market in 2020, followed by industry 21%, consumers 21%, IT 15%, telecommunication network 4%, electric vehicle charging 3%, and other 5%.

In the IGBT market, the world’s leading vendors use IDM business models, which means they do everything from design and manufacturing to packaging and selling products. Unlike some logical device markets (such as smartphone processors) which have been gradually taken over by factory / foundryless players, the power semiconductor market is still dominated by global IDM players. In China, the factory-and-foundry-less model has emerged in the power semiconductor market, with companies such as Hua Hong (the leading power semiconductor foundry in China). China) and StarPower (IGBT’s main design house in China).

Profiled companies

  • CR Micro

  • Star power

  • PLATELET WORK

  • Huahong Group

  • CRRC

  • BYD

  • Silan Micro

  • Electronic yangjie

  • Wingtech technology

  • Micro sino

Key topics covered

1. General presentation
1.1 A glance at discrete power
1.2 Technical roadmap
1.3 Supply chain

2. Policy overview

3. Global and China Market Overview and Forecast
3.1 Global Discrete Electricity Market Development
3.2 Chinese IGBT Market
3.3 Chinese MOSFET Market

4. Competitive landscape
4.1 Competitive landscape of IGBTs
4.2 Competitive landscape of MOSFETs

5 Insight into the depth of national peers
(Players listed above)

Selected graphics
Discrete power comparison and applications
Performance comparison of discrete powers
A Discrete Glance of Power (IGBT)
A Glance at Discrete Power (MOSFET)
IGBT technical roadmap
MOSFET technical roadmap
Power Semi Supply Chain in China
MOSFET supply chain in China
IGBT supply chain in China
Policy overview
Policy overview (continue)
Global Discrete Energy Market Capitalization
Global distribution of the semi-electric market by product
IGBT and MOSFET – two fastest growing markets
Global PIC, BJT and Thyristor market share
Global market capitalization of IGBTs and ASPs
Global IGBT Market Breakdown
Market capitalization and distribution of IGBTs in China
Increasing semi-content per car
The importance of IGBT in an EV nomenclature
Autonomous driving requires more semiconductors
Global demand for xEV IGBT
China xEV IGBT Request
Global demand for IGBT from generation and grid
Demand for IGBT in China from production and network
Global Consumer Electronics IGBT Demand
China Consumer Electronics Demand for IGBT
Global demand for IGBT in industrial controls
Global demand for IGBT from railways
Global demand for IGBT from electric vehicle charging
Global IGBT Market Summary By Applications
China IGBT Market Summary by Applications
IGBT content per device per app
Global MOSFET and ASP market capitalization
Global MOSFET Market Demand and Distribution
Chinese MOSFET market capitalization
MOSFET used in automobiles by applications
Global and Chinese market capitalization of MOSFETs in automobiles
Global and Chinese capitalization of the MOSFET market in electric vehicle charging
Global and Chinese market capitalization of MOSFETs in the industrial and medical sectors
Global and Chinese market capitalization of MOSFETs in consumer electronics
Global and Chinese capitalization of the MOSFET market in the telecommunications network
Global and Chinese market capitalization of MOSFETs in IT
MOSFET content per device per app
Global key players in IGBT by product voltage
IGBT business model
Technology generation gap between China and global players
Technology gap in voltage
IGBTs on 12 “Wafer Fabs and Manufacturing Process Deviations
Chinese players’ technology / product gaps relative to global peers

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