the Apple Apple iPhone 7 Plusapple's new iphones are, too, sold briskly during the first months.in September release iPhone 7 on sale however, according to reports, the missed apple's expectations, says Apple Insider.Japan Nikkei estimates Apple to cut iPhone production by year 2017 in the first quarter of 10%.the calculations are based on the Nikkei apple's suppliers by the data.according to the Report, Apple cut both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus production.
after Reading an article about how the Us president Donald Trump I hate bad news, I was left to ponder the business leaders similar pattern of behavior.the Article quoted a Washington Post story, which discussed Trump's reactions to the women's march news coverage as well as Trump and president Barack obama's inauguration, the audience number of comparison:"president Trump had just returned to the White house Saturday's final inauguration event, a peaceful interfaith prayer moment, when the anger of the thunderhead began to accumulate.Trump turned on the tv and saw a slice of confrontation – on the one hand, different parts of the world organised huge demonstrations in his day-old president, through the against the and on the other hand, few people read inaugural audience, around which remained empty on the broad white areas of the National Mall park.As we know, in a hurry convened a press conference.Spicer played the occasion, the obvious lies Trump the inauguration of the public amount, and the suppliers the criticism was harsh.
HGST's drives have long stood out as the most reliable, and that trend continues.Their failure rate is remarkably low; even after three years in service, the 3TB and 4TB units have annualized failure rates of just 0.81 percent and 1.03 percent, respectively.2TB units, which last quarter were already on average more than 5 years old, have seen a small increase in failure rate—1.57 percent, compared to 1.15 percent a year ago—but still show extraordinary reliability considering their age.EnlargeBackblazeThe company continues to substantially stick with Seagate 4TB units, in spite of somewhat worse failure rates, due to a combination of better pricing and availability.This availability concern also pushes the company towards 4TB units over 6 or 8TB ones; although the pricing of those is starting to make them cost-effective, their bulk availability is still limited.While the company uses a mixture of different disks, within each of its Vaults systems of 20 individual Storage Pods, with older storage pods holding 45 drives and the latest ones increasing that to 60 it standardizes on a particular type, so Backblaze needs to be able to buy 1,200 disks at once to be able to deploy disks at any kind of a reasonable scale.
Benjamin Stahl Photographer: Fredrik Karlsson Swedish industry has a good position when it comes to robotics. But it required a serious effort to retain the position, according to a new report. In 2015 there were 1.5 million industrial roots in use worldwide compared to one million in 2009, an increase of 50 percent in five years. The rapid development of sensors have influenced and robots have become smarter, smaller, easier to use - and yet cheaper. - But the development has not been driven by the traditional robot suppliers but rather by large companies like Google, Amazon and Apple actually been more interested in artificial intelligence, says Benjamin Stahl, research director at Blue institute with the recent report robots century. But now growing faster robot use in other countries - particularly in Asia.
The forest industry's largest investment in the history, Äänekoski biotuotetehdas, to make a significant jytkyn economy and the construction of the factory during the production steadily improves. Biotuotetehtaan investment of EUR 1.2 billion more ETLA's calculations, the construction companies operating in Finland, net sales of approximately EUR 2.4 billion and economic growth directly reflected value-added almost a billion euros in 2015-2018. A significant part of the plant to be delivered from machines and devices designed and manufactured in Finland, operating companies. They are born biotuotetehtaan suppliers and their employees in the value chain, because the plant does not grow from the current number of employees. Metsä Group's Äänekoski new plant will be completed in the third quarter of 2017, and it produces 1.3 million tons of pulp per year. The factory also manufactures other bioproducts and energy.
Nokia was the largest mobile manufacturer in the world during the late '90s and mid '00sNokia is making a comeback, releasing a new range of feature phones and tablets.The move was seen as a last-ditch attempt for the two technology giants to join forces and challenge the dominance of Apple and Google, but the pair have failed to create a meaningful phone challenger.Microsoft's Lumia range: soon to be a thing of the past?HMD has now purchased the rights to use the Nokia trademark on feature phones until 2024, and all remaining feature phone assets, including sales, manufacturing and distribution, will be sold to FIH Mobile Limited - a subsidiary of electronics manufacturer Foxxconn, best-known as one of Apple's largest suppliers for iPhone.Microsoft too has been struggling: rumours suggest plans to axe the poorly-selling Lumia line and reinvigorate its smartphones with a new Surface Phone.Lack of popular apps and an unpopular ecosystem means Microsoft holds less than 2 per cent of the global smartphone market, and sold just 2.3 million units during the first three months of the year.
Since the start of Tesla Model S electric-car production in 2012, the company s lithium-ion cells have been supplied by its Japanese partner Panasonic.That applies to the more recent Tesla Model X crossover SUV as well—and Panasonic was also an early investor in Tesla Motors shares, owning a small percentage of the Silicon Valley company.For the upcoming $35,000 Model 3 sedan, Tesla is building its massive gigafactory outside Reno, Nevada, to lower the cost of that car s cells through a single integration production site.Panasonic is a partner in that project, although its financial commitments have been cautious and conservative.Now, according to an article yesterday in The Korea Times, Tesla is talking with three other possible cell suppliers for the Model 3: LG Chem, Samsung, and SK Innovation.According to the newspaper s report, LG Chem is expected to win the Tesla business thanks to its output commitment, good pricing and on-time delivery.LG Chem is one of the world s three largest suppliers of lithium-ion cells for electric vehicles, with contracts to supply more than a dozen different vehicles—including both the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid and the Chevy Bolt EV that will go into production by the end of this year.Panasonic is another of the three, with Tesla as its primary customer.The third large cell supplier is Automotive Electric Supply Corporation AESC , the joint venture between Nissan and Japanese computer giant NEC.That venture supplies cells for the current Nissan Leaf, the world s best-selling electric car.Earlier this month, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company had moved up its target date for producing 500,000 electric cars a year.Formerly planned for 2020, he now says that will be the rate for 2018—an escalation in production rates that some industry insiders say simply cannot be met.The Model 3 is scheduled to go into production before the end of 2017, another extremely aggressive target, using cells from the Nevada gigafactory.At the moment, that plant is assembling battery packs using cells assembled elsewhere, but Tesla says it will begin fabrication of the cells themselves by the end of this year.Still, if Musk s remarkable volume target is to be met, it appears that Model 3s may require more than one cell supplier.Hence the discussions with the three Korean companies.If the newspaper s report is accurate, and even some Tesla Model 3s are built using cells made by LG Chem, that would likely catapult the Korean company to the leader among global battery suppliers.The Model 3 is expected to use 4.9-Amp-hour cylindrical cells from Panasonic in the 26650 format, somewhat larger than the 3.4-Ah 18650 cells used in the Model S and Model X.To ramp up to the required battery-pack volumes for Musk s Model 3 targets, LG Chem, Samsung, or SK Innovation would have to offer cells in that format that offer the same energy and power characteristics as the Panasonic cells—which Tesla likely helped to design.Whether those cells would be shipped to its pack-assembly line from elsewhere, or fabricated in the gigafactory, remains unknown.But with such aggressive goals for Model 3 volumes, it appears that Tesla wants to ensure that the capacity of the world s lithium-ion cell suppliers won t constrain production of the car for which Tesla says it has taken almost 400,000 deposits.In fact, the ability of battery suppliers to provide enough cells to meet growing demand for battery-electric cars promises to be a fascinating story over the next two or three years.hat tip: Joseph Dubeau This post first appeared on Green Car Reports.
Google has begun to use computer processors its engineers designed to increase the performance of the company s artificial intelligence software, potentially threatening the businesses of traditional chip suppliers such as Intel Corp. and Nvidia Corp.During the past year, Google has deployed thousands of these specialized artificial intelligence chips, called TensorFlow Processing Units, in servers within its data centers, Urs Holzle, the company s senior vice president of infrastructure, told reporters Wednesday at the company s developer conference.Google declined to specify precisely how many of the chips it s using, but stressed the company continues to use many typical central processing units and graphics processing units made by other companies.It s been in pretty widespread use for about a year.Google has no plans to sell the specialized chips to third-parties, said Diane Greene, Google s senior vice president of cloud.Google and other big data-center operators are the largest consumers of server processors, the main engine of growth and profit for Intel, the world s biggest semiconductor maker.Graphics maker Nvidia is also pinning much of its future growth ambitions on the bet that its chips will have a larger role to play in data processing, including artificial intelligence and machine learning.Google s chip connects to computer servers via a protocol called PCI-E, which means it can be slotted into the company s computers, rapidly augmenting them with faster artificial-intelligence capabilities.As the field matures, Google might very well build more specialized processors for specific AI tasks, he said.Over time, Google expects to design more system-level components, Holzle said.Even Nvidia, which makes traditional graphics processing units that have been adopted for machine learning, is beginning to add more custom elements to its hardware.
Photo EPA, Leszek SzmanskiSemiconductor companies that produce the tiny components that go into smartphones are set for challenging times because of slowing worldwide handset sales, analysts said.As a result, firms in the sector are under pressure to merge or risk going under financially.The impact of slowing smartphone sales growth on the semiconductor industry will be felt hardest by back-end companiesFitch RatingsFalling sales and slower demand for smartphones means that suppliers producing, assembling and testing microchips and other components have received fewer orders from manufacturers.Apple said with the release of their second-quarter results in late April that sales of iPhones — their flagship product — declined for the first time.Smaller companies with less than a 5 per cent market share have also begun to seek mergers, the report said.A prolonged industry slowdown exacerbated by slowing smartphone sales growth and the absence of a new mass-appeal device could hit the liquidity of smaller OSAT companies, Fitch s report said.
BUSINESS Sales of smart phones are now run on the cheaper models, and it is the Chinese producers who grow the most. The trend also means that there are new brands that take for himself, while the established slopes. Overall leaderboard will be more and more Chinese. During the first quarter of 2015 there were two Chinese manufacturers among the first five, and they represented 11 percent of the market. During the first quarter of 2016, the three Chinese brands - Huawei, Oppo and Xiaomi - and they have achieved 17 percent of the market, says Gartner chief analyst Anshul Gupta in the report. Here are the top 5 last year's market share in brackets Samsung 23.2 percent 24.1 percent Apple 14.8 percent 17.9 percent Huawei 8.3 percent 5.4 percent Oppo 4.6 percent 2 percent Xiaomi 4.3 percent 4.4 percent Yesterday, Nokia announced that it will make mobile comeback in earnest, and that then it is Android that regard.
Now Netflix wants customers to name and shame the suppliers who's speeds aren't up to scratch.And to help consumers discover just how bad their broadband is, the movie streaming service has launched an easy-to-use speed test website.CHECK IT: Fast.com keeps an eye on your broadband speedPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00Playback Rate1ChaptersChapterssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsFullscreenThis is a modal window.Foreground --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-OpaqueBackground --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-Transparent TransparentWindow --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-Transparent TransparentFont Size 50% 75% 100% 125% 150% 175% 200% 300% 400%Text Edge Style None Raised Depressed Uniform DropshadowFont Family Default Monospace Serif Proportional Serif Monospace Sans-Serif Proportional Sans-Serif Casual Script Small CapsDefaults DoneNetflix says its fast.com tool gives consumers a greater insight and control of their internet service and if things aren't good they should ask their ISP about the results.The broadband supplier now offers a new Infinity 1 service which will brings speeds of up to 52Mbps to UK homes – that's around double the current UK average.BT says its new speeds will allow consumers to download an HD film up to 32% faster than customers with a 38Mbps service.
Tesla raised $1.46 billion in the stock sale it announced earlier this week, raking in fresh capital to help pay for its ambitious goal of producing 500,000 cars annually by 2018.The shares were priced at $215, according to a prospectus supplement filed Thursday.The Palo Alto electric car maker offered about 6.5 million shares and CEO Elon Musk sold nearly 2.8 million shares.Reuters notes that Tesla has raised $4.5 billion in debt and equity offerings in the past six years, when it raised $226 million in its June 2010 IPO.The company has gone back to the markets to raise capital several times ; in August 2015 the company sold stock at a price of $242, raising $738 million.Tesla is ramping up production amid unprecedented demand for its vehicles.The company has boosted its 2016 capital spending forecast to about $2.25 billion; it had about $1.44 billion in cash as of March 31.Tesla shares are up about 1 percent to $217.50 today.In related news, Reuters is reporting that some suppliers are skeptical about Tesla s production goals, which Musk himself has referred to as aggressive.Among the reasons analysts and supplier executives are raising doubts, according to Reuters: The design and specifications of the Model 3 sedan hasn t been finalized, although Musk has said that will happen next month.Photo: The Tesla factory complex in Fremont, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016.
The Commission proposes that visa liberalization could interrupt the current in half the time, if you received a visa waiver country would start to backslide on the agreed terms and conditions. become Interior Minister meeting in Brussels on Friday, Peter Orphanage hold off the procedure exclusively as a good thing. Under the proposal, the schedule would shrink to three months. Turkey made substantial progress in The EU is currently engaged in negotiations on visa liberalization with Turkey, and visa-free regime should come into force in the summer. According to Peter Orpon currently seems that Turkey meets the criteria. On the basis of, inter alia, the Kurds are arrested, as well as suppliers.
Now fill comparison site Byggvaru list on checkout by 1.4 million to bring more digital-yourself shop. In Round participating venture capital company Almi Invest and television profile Martin Timell, which already is a partner in the company. The money will be used to finance further expansion, including in Norway, where the company has a partnership agreement with Byggebolig, the country's largest online forums for yourself. It's a very good match with Byggebolig. They have a lot of traffic but want to find more ways to capitalize on it, says Building Product List founder Magnus Svensson. He describes the trend in the building trade as it goes from the clamp and is a market where more and more suppliers to create standard solutions that make it easier to find the right timber on the internet.
Analysis: Cloud strategies from migration to mitigation and financial services running agile development in the cloudIndustry watchers say numbers show accelerated cloud take up but users continue to express concerns about security, flexibility, control and compliance.Says Bob Welton, senior director NTT Communications, "we've seen the early days of people moving cloud ready workloads into hyper scale data centres and public cloud providers.Though not generally known for its bleeding edge technology adoption, the advantages of containerisation and micro services is generating a lot of activity within Financial Services technology and this is even pushing the cloud agenda within FS organisations.In two or three years we'll see firms saying we've got a massive workload to move to hybrid cloud and that they'll be looking for is to improve risk mitigation from cloud suppliers and for cloud assurance from across the globe.From a data perspective it can appear to be quite a segmented market.Does it ensure the necessary compliance for your industry or market in areas such as security and risk.
Yes, Apple is going back to glass, implied by one of its key suppliers, but it is glass enveloping a metal frame.CEO Allen Horng told reporters that he knows only one iPhone model will adopt glass casings in 2017.That pretty much corroborates speculation by media as early as last month that Apple will indeed be switching to glass.He says that such smartphones will still require a sturdy metal frame to support it, which is why the company will still be in Apple's good graces.Analysts believe that Catcher Technology's loss will prove to be beneficial to Biel Crystal Manufactory and Lens Technology, a Chinese company that already provides Apple with glass covers for iPhones.As to why Apple will make such a switch, it is commonly held belief that Tim Cook is under pressure to revive the iPhone's hold on the smartphone market.
To learn more and subscribe, please click here.Delivering packages to consumers is one of the most discussed uses for drones here in the U.S., but FAA regulations have prevented companies such as Amazon from doing so.European governments, on the other hand, have been far more receptive to drone delivery, and German transportation and logistics company DHL has taken full advantage of this situation.People can visit a DHL "Skyports" location where it stores the drones, insert their package into a box, and input a code that attaches the package to a drone and activates it.The drone then departs and can travel between the two villages in eight minutes, compared to the half hour it takes by road.The Parcelcoptor can travel up to 45 miles per hour, has a six-foot wingspan, and can carry up to 4.5 pounds.This method is much simpler than delivering packages to individual homes, which is Amazon's plan for its Prime Air delivery system.So it might be prudent or the retail giant and other drone delivery programs to consider this approach.Drones turned the corner in 2015 to become a popular consumer device, while a framework for regulation that legitimizes drones in the US began to take shape.The accelerating pace of drone adoption is also pushing governments to create new regulations that balance safety and innovation.Safer technology and better regulation will open up new applications for drones in the commercial sector, including drone delivery programs like Amazon s Prime Air and Google s Project Wing initiatives.Jonathan Camhi, research analyst for BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, has compiled a detailed drones report that forecasts sales revenues for consumer, enterprise, and military drones.It also projects the growth of drone shipments for consumers and enterprises.The report details several of world s major drone suppliers and examines trends in drone adoption among several leading industries.Finally, it examines the regulatory landscape in several markets and explains how technologies like obstacle avoidance and drone-to-drone communications will impact drone adoption.Here are some of the key takeaways from the report:We project revenues from drones sales to top $12 billion in 2021, up from just over $8 billion last year.Shipments of consumer drones will more than quadruple over the next five years, fueled by increasing price competition and new technologies that make flying drones easier for beginners.Growth in the enterprise sector will outpace the consumer sector in both shipments and revenues as regulations open up new use cases in the US and EU, the two biggest potential markets for enterprise drones.Technologies like geo-fencing and collision avoidance will make flying drones safer and make regulators feel more comfortable with larger numbers of drones taking to the skies.Right now FAA regulations have limited commercial drones to a select few industries and applications like aerial surveying in the agriculture, mining, and oil and gas sectors.The military sector will continue to lead all other sectors in drone spending during our forecast period thanks to the high cost of military drones and the growing number of countries seeking to acquire them.In full, the report:Compares drone adoption across the consumer, enterprise, and government sectors.Breaks down drone regulations across several key markets and explains how they ve impacted adoption.Discusses popular use cases for drones in the enterprise sector, as well as nascent use case that are on the rise.Analyzes how different drone manufacturers are trying to differentiate their offerings with better hardware and software components.Explains how drone manufacturers are quickly enabling autonomous flight in their products that will be a major boon for drone adoption.To get your copy of this invaluable guide, choose one of these options:Subscribe to an ALL-ACCESS Membership with BI Intelligence and gain immediate access to this report AND over 100 other expertly researched deep-dive reports, subscriptions to all of our daily newsletters, and much more.
Tesla has taken 373,000 orders for the Model 3 - which has a starting price of $35,000, about half its Model S - and has said it would begin customer deliveries in late 2017.Citing "tremendous demand," Chief Executive Elon Musk told analysts on an April call that the company planned to boost total production, including the existing Model S and Model X crossover, to 500,000 in 2018 - two years earlier than its original target and a 10-fold increase over the 50,000 vehicles it made in 2015.He said Tesla would drop suppliers that could not meet deadlines and would bring more parts production in-house than traditional automakers typically do.The company still is soliciting bids for parts and machinery, according to representatives from several of companies that have received them, as well as industry consultants who monitor such bids.Automaking consultant Ron Harbour of Oliver Wyman said increasing production at the Fremont plant to 500,000 vehicles in 2018 would require more stamping, welding and assembly machinery that "could take up to 18 months to order and install."Tesla's production push comes at a time of high demand for machinery and tooling created by a surge in product launches coming from established automakers, said a Detroit-based supplier sales executive.
This and next week is a rare opportunity to explore the overheating trend: the new Finnish fashion. continuing until Sunday 29 May in Helsinki event will bring international fashion influencers Italian Vogue suppliers of large department stores sisäänostajiin. The investment is worth domestic design, and the glory of Helsinki New'n clothes sold in specialty store prices friend. The following Optio turn, Helsinki New'n the power of women Miia Koski and Martha Louekari tell you how Finnish fashion exported to the world and why it is important that events, business and bustle is increasingly also here at home. There was a Finnish fashion garment you arkiasusi uniform or random exclamation mark, under Option style of the school's three tips for brands that allow you to carry out small cultural act. 3 Daniel Palillo risen to cult Daniel Palillo has finished top of the popular brand, but a personal designer creations can be found in American Express Helsinki New Shop Archives department.
And to help fund such an ambitious production schedule, Tesla just this week announced its intention to raise $1.4 billion in capital via a stock sale.Industry experts said Tesla s new goals were extraordinary and raised doubts it could meet them.…One complication is that Tesla has not finalized the Model 3 design and specifications, said automaking consultants and supply executives who asked not to be identified because Tesla prohibits them from disclosing contract detailsIndeed, Musk over the past few weeks has affirmed via Twitter that the company is still working out the final design for the Model 3.Specifically, Musk said that they re still working on the design of the trunk and the front grill area.As to previous delays that hampered the rollout of the Model S and the Model X, Musk tried to assuage the concerns of skeptics by noting that the Model 3 should be looked at through a completely different lens because the Model 3 is a decidedly simpler car to manufacture.Needless to say, it will be fascinating to see how progress on the Model 3 unfolds over the next 12-18 months.