Latest study on "Global Intelligent Power Modules (IPM) Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024”added to Orbis Research market research reports database.Description IPM (Intelligent Power Module) is a high-performance module that mounts a dedicated drive circuit for drawing greater performance from an IGBT chip or MOSFET, and it provides a custom IC for executing self-protection functions (short circuit, supply under voltage, and over temperature).Request a sample of this report @ https://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/3578873Scope of the Report:China’s Intelligent Power Modules (IPM) industry has developed into a national wide status with certain research and production capacity, industry product mix has gradually improved, currently.Although the new production lines are increasing, and the high-end product is still relying on import.The costs of renewable sources like solar and wind energy have dropped by more than 50% over the past decade because of the technological improvements and economies of scale.This tremendous implementation of renewable electricity sources is inducing opportunities of business for Intelligent Power Modules (IPM).Even so, the market is intensely competitive.The study group recommends the new entrants just having money but without technical advantage and upstream and downstream support do not to enter into this field.The worldwide market for Intelligent Power Modules (IPM) is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly 8.9% over the next five years, will reach 2670 million US$ in 2024, from 1740 million US$ in 2019, according to a new GIR (Global Info Research) study.This report focuses on the Intelligent Power Modules (IPM) in global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa.This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application.Market Segment by Manufacturers, this report coversMitsubishi ElectricON Semiconductor(Fairchild)Infineon Technologies(IR)Fuji ElectricSEMIKRONSTMicroelectronicsROHMBrowse the complete report @ https://www.orbisresearch.com/reports/index/global-intelligent-power-modules-ipm-market-2019-by-manufacturers-regions-type-and-application-forecast-to-2024Market Segment by Regions, regional analysis coversNorth America (United States, Canada and Mexico)Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.
The world is facing enormous challenges, as outlined by the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals.We at the Founder Institute though firmly believe that entrepreneurs will drive the innovations leading to a more sustainable future - but the future of food and agriculture is a far from settled debate.Currently, unsustainable agricultural practices range from increasing pesticide resistance contributing to overspraying of dangerous chemicals, to fertilizer nutrient run-off eutrophication polluting global aquatic ecosystems, and from a growing global appetite for high-carbon footprint meats, to the utterly inhumane treatment of animals through much of the industrial livestock industry - and while these issues of course vary in magnititue of intensity from location to location, they all need to be solved to an extent if we hope to build a more sustainable food system.In conjunction with the FI Center of Exellence for Foodtech Helsinki Founder Institute's Fall 2019 program, we're proud to share this list of current top FI portfolio companies employing blockchain tech within their products.If you are building an agricultural or food tech business, then apply to the FI Helsinki Fall 2019 program today!Graduates of the Founder Institute are creating some of the world's fastest growing startups, having raised over $800M in funding, and building products people love across over 180 cities worldwide.
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Even as Huawei touts the power of its Harmony operating system -- a potential alternative to Android -- the company insists it wants to maintain a single ecosystem and stick with Google's platform.As such, the Chinese telecom equipment and phone maker said it has no plans to launch a Harmony-powered smartphone.That's according to Huawei Senior Vice President Vincent Yang, who spoke at a media event in New York on Wednesday."We want to maintain one standard, one ecosystem," Yang said, adding that Harmony would serve as an option B for the company.But Harmony serves as a fail-safe if the US opts to enforce a ban that would prevent Huawei from accessing key parts of Android, including Google services like Maps and the Play store.On Monday, the US Commerce Department extended a temporary general license to let Huawei continue doing business with US companies.
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Real-time customer management platform RateIt has secured US$5 million in a series A round led by Tin Men Capital, a Singapore-based venture capital firm focused on business-to-business tech investments.Tin Men Capital joins RateIt’s existing investors Wavemaker Partners, PropertyGuru co-founder Steve Melhuish, Koh Boon Hwee, and principals from firms such as Alto Partners and TPG.RateIt said that the fresh funding will be used to rev up its go-to-market capabilities and expand its customer-facing and product development teams to further its footprint in Southeast Asia, while deepening its operations and marketing in Singapore.Founded by Michael Momsen in Australia in 2016, the startup offers a new way to listen to customers while they are “in the moment.” Its platform combines microsurveys with real-time sentiment analysis tools to provide businesses with insights that would help them improve their customer experience.Over half of the startup’s revenue comes from Southeast Asia, with a good mix of clients such as Lego, Maybank, Metro, and small businesses, according to a statement.The current growth and future potential of the region has driven RateIt to move its headquarters to Singapore, it said.
Zomato, one of India’s biggest food delivery startups, has major ambitions.It is increasingly expanding its reach in the country to serve dozens of new cities and towns every few weeks.It is investing heavily in building cloud kitchens to quickly meet demand for certain food items.To boost its revenue, Zomato is also trying to bring Zomato Gold, a two-year-old subscription program as part of which it allows customers dining in at a restaurant to access a number of discounted deals on food and drinks, to users who prefer to eat at home, sources familiar with the matter have told TechCrunch in recent weeks.Zomato Gold is already a hit with customers.The company expects Gold, which has amassed more than 800,000 customers, to bring in $20 million to $25 million in revenue by end of this year.
Startups raising money in the Series A stage are usually just a few years old.But the size of Series A funding rounds has mushroomed in recent years and can now sometimes top $50 million.One thing all Series A startups have in common is the need to take a proven product idea and give it traction in the marketplace.That means starting to generate revenue, developing a marketing strategy and building a team that's bigger than just the founders.Here are the pitch decks that startups have successfully used during the critical Series A funding rounds.Business Insider regularly interviews startups about fundraising strategies and collects the pitch decks that helped them raise funding.
Cisco has emitted a fresh round of software updates to address security holes in its network switches and controllers.Switchzilla's latest patch bundle includes six alerts for what it rates as critical issues, including flaws in its Small Business 220 Series switches and UCS Director software.Combined with Cisco's fixes for 'high' and 'moderate' issues, the networking giant posted a total of 33 security alerts on Wednesday.For the Small Business 220 Switches, a pair of patches address CVE-2019-1912, an authentication bypass flaw that lets an attacker inject a reverse shell through the web interface, and CVE-2019-1913, an remote code (as root) execution flaw also exploitable through the switch's web management interface without any authentication.Proof-of-concept exploit code exists for both flaws, we're told, though Cisco says there are no reports of active malicious exploitation in the wild... yet.The holes were found and reported by an infosec bod using the handle bashis.
A new report from Gizmodo on Wednesday found Zeel, an on-demand massage startup, repeatedly ignored therapists' complaints about sexual harassment and misconduct from its customers.One Zeel therapist told Gizmodo that a client had offered her a $100 tip after requesting an abdomen and upper thigh massage.Yet another said that she was sent to the hotel room of a male client on parole for sexual assault.One Zeel massage therapist told Gizmodo that one customer made inappropriate comments about her appearance, and even masturbated in front of her during a session.Zeel, an on-demand massage startup, is facing allegations of failing to protect its contractor workforce from abusive customers, Gizmodo reported on Wednesday.The report suggests that Zeel repeatedly ignored its massage therapists' complaints about sexual harassment and misconduct from customers, with one such worker claiming that she was retaliated against after reporting inappropriate behavior from a client.
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Evidence suggests WhatsApp is nearing an age in which advertisements and services with businesses will become a reality.Income history and the impending launch of several WhatsApp brand-oriented services suggest that Facebook will change the way in which the chat app does business.Today we discuss why we’re approaching some of the biggest changes in WhatsApp’s decade of history.User growth at a headIn April of 2013, WhatsApp had 200-million monthly active users.In April of 2014, WhatsApp had 500-million active users – that’s a growth of 150% in a year – ACTIVE users, not just downloads of the app.
YouTube discontinued its private messaging feature in July 2018, but there are still ways to message someone on YouTube if you want to stay in touch.Business inquiry emails are a solid way around this issue, and provide another way to connect creators and viewers on YouTube.Here's what you need to know about messaging someone through business inquiry emails on YouTube.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.YouTube may have taken away the private messaging feature in 2018, but you can still enable messaging, of sorts, by setting up business inquiry emails on your channel (or taking advantage of those on someone else's channel.)Just keep in mind that these are only visible on the desktop version of YouTube.
College students in the US are about to head back to school, and unsurprisingly, many companies have rolled out their student subscription plans once more.SiriusXM threw its hat in the student plan ring today, announcing one that heavily discounts the cost of its standard Premier plan.That’s all well and good, but is it enough to go up against giants like Spotify and Apple Music?SiriusXM’s new student plan grants users a Premier subscription for $4 per month.On standard accounts, Premier runs $13 per month, so that’s a pretty significant discount on the cost of service.As far as content is concerned, there doesn’t seem to be any cuts either, as SiriusXM says that Student Premier serves up more than 200 channels across music, talk, entertainment, comedy, news, and sports.