According to the new research repsort, the "Valve Driver Market with COVID-19 Impact, by Function (Solenoid, Proportional), Valve Type (Conventional Control Valve, Expansion Valve), End-User (Commercial & Residential, Industrial, and Motion Equipment), Region - Global Forecast to 2025", size is expected to grow from USD 421 million in 2020 to USD 519 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.3%.The growth of this market is driven mainly by several factors, such as increase in government regulations and policies for saving energy and Increase in focus on enhancing efficiency and power consumption.Browse 132 market data Tables and 39 Figures spread through 154 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Valve Driver Market with COVID-19 Impact, by Function (Solenoid, Proportional), Valve Type (Conventional Control Valve, Expansion Valve), End-User (Commercial & Residential, Industrial, and Motion Equipment), Region - Global Forecast to 2025" Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=47607837 Commercial & residential end user to hold the largest share of the valve driver market during the forecast period Residential and commercial include apartments, homes, offices, industrial facilities, and others.In Europe, under the UK government’s domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, end users who install or have already installed an eligible renewable heating system receive quarterly cash payments for seven years.This government financial incentive program is expected to boost the demand for heating equipment in Europe, which in turn will increase the demand for valve drivers in Europe.However, COVID-19, a global health emergency and an economic crisis, which has impacted the growth of the valve driver market in 2020 adversely.
Posted by AndrewMillerToo often, we assume that SEO best practices will work in any industry against any competitive set. But most best practices go untested and may not be “best” in every situation. We all know that tactics that worked in 2020 won’t necessarily move the needle in 2021 as Core Web Vitals (CWV) and other signals shuffle to the front. We have to do better for our businesses and our clients. I’m a data nerd at heart with lots of battle scars from 15 years in SEO. The idea of analyzing thousands of local SERPs sounded like too much fun to pass up. I found some surprising correlations, and just as importantly, built a methodology and data set that can be updated quarterly to show changes over time. I analyzed 50,000+ SERPs in the retail banking sector so I could make sense of the massive shifts in rankings and search behaviors during the lockdown period. We have a lot of historical data for bank websites, so comparing pre/post COVID data would be easier than starting from scratch. I’ll share how I did it below. But first, I want to share WHY I think sharing this type of research is so important for the SEO community. Why validate SEO best practices with data? It’s a great time to be an SEO. We have amazing tools and can gather more data than ever. We have thriving communities and excellent basic training materials. Yet, we often see our craft distilled into overly-simplified “best practices” that are assumed to be universally true. But if there’s one universal truth in SEO, it’s that there are no universal truths. A best practice can be misinterpreted or outdated, leading to missed opportunities or outright harm to a business. Using the increasing importance of CWV as an example, SEOs have an opportunity (and obligation) to separate fact from fiction. We need to know if, and by how much, CWV will impact rankings over time so we can prioritize our efforts. We can elevate our SEO game individually and collectively by testing and validating best practices with research. It just takes a curious mind, the right tools, and a willingness to accept the results rather than force a narrative. Failing to validate best practices is a liability for SEO practitioners and shows an unwillingness to challenge assumptions. In my experience, a lack of data can lead to a senior stakeholders’ opinions carrying more weight than an SEO expert’s recommendations. Start by asking the right questions Real insight comes from combining data from multiple sources to answer critical questions and ensure your strategies are backed by valid data. In my analysis of local banks, I started by listing the questions I wanted to know the answers to: What characteristics are shared by top-ranking local bank websites?Who are banks actually competing against in the SERPs? Is it primarily other banks?How do competitive SERPS change based on when/where/how users search?How can smaller, local businesses gain an edge over larger competitors from outside their region? How does SERP composition affect a bank’s ability to rank well for targeted keywords?How important are Core Web Vitals (CWV) for rankings? How does this change over time? You could run this same analysis by replacing “banks” with other local business categories. The list of potential questions is endless so you can adjust them based on your needs. Here’s an important reminder - be prepared to accept the answers even if they are inconclusive or contradictory to your assumptions. Data-driven SEOs have to avoid confirmation bias if we’re going to remain objective. Here’s how I analyzed 50,000 search results in a few hours I combined three of my favorite tools to analyze SERPs at scale and gather the data needed to answer my questions: STAT to generated ranking reports for select keywordsScreaming Frog to crawl websites and gather technical SEO dataPower BI to analyze the large data sets and create simple visualizations Step 1: Determine your data needs I used US Census Bureau data to identify all cities with populations over 100,000, because I wanted a representation of local bank SERPs across the country. My list ended up including 314 separate cities, but you could customize your list to suit your needs. I also wanted to gather data for desktop and mobile searches to compare SERP differences between the device types. Step 2: Identify your keywords I chose “banks near me” and “banks in {city, st}” based on their strong local intent and high search volumes, compared to more specific keywords for banking services. Step 3: Generate a STAT import file in .csv format Once you have your keywords and market list, it’s time to prepare the bulk upload for STAT. Use the template provided in the link to create a .csv file with the following fields: Project: The name of the new STAT project, or an existing project.Folder: The name of the new folder, or an existing folder. (This is an optional column that you can leave blank.)Site: The domain name for the site you want to track. Note, for our purposes you can enter any URL you want to track here. The Top 20 Report will include all ranking URLs for the target keywords even if they aren’t listed in your “Site” column.Keyword: The search query you’re adding. Tags: Enter as many keyword tags as you want, separated by commas. I used “city” and “near me” as tags to distinguish between the query types. (This is an optional column that you can leave blank.)Market: Specify the market (country and language) in which you would like to track the keyword. I used “US-en” for US English.Location: If you want to track the keyword in a specific location, specify the city, state, province, ZIP code, and/or postal code. I used the city and state list in “city, st” format.Device: Select whether you would like Desktop or Smartphone results. I selected both. Each market, location, and device type will multiply the number of keywords you must track. I ended up with 1,256 keywords (314 markets X 2 keywords X 2 devices) in my import file. Once your file is complete, you can import to STAT and begin tracking. Step 4: Run a Top 20 Report in STAT for all keywords STAT’s built-in Google SERP Top 20 Comparison report captures the top 20 organic results from each SERP at different intervals (daily, weekly, monthly, etc.) to look at changes over time. I did not need daily data so I simply let it run on two consecutive days and removed the data I did not need. I re-run the same report quarterly to track changes over time. Watch the video below to learn how to set up this report!  My 1,256 keywords generated over 25,000 rows of data per day. Each row is a different organic listing and includes the keyword, monthly search volume, rank (includes the local pack), base rank (does not include the local pack), https/http protocol of the ranking URL, the ranking URL, and your tags. Here’s an example of the raw output in CSV format: It’s easy to see how useful this data is by itself but it becomes even more powerful when we clean it up and start crawling the ranking URLs. Step 5: Clean up and normalize your STAT URLs data At this point you may have invested 1-2 hours in gathering the initial data. This step is a bit more time consuming, but data cleansing allows you to run more advanced analysis and uncover more useful insights in Screaming Frog. Here are the changes I made to the STAT rankings data to prepare for the next steps in Screaming Frog and Power BI. You’ll end up with multiple columns of URLs. Each serves a purpose later. Duplicate the Ranking URL column to a new column called Normalized URL. Remove URL parameters from the Normalized URL fields by using Excel’s text to columns tool and separating by “?”. I deleted the new columns(s) containing the URL parameters because they were not helpful in my analysis. Duplicate the new, clean Normalized URL column to a new column called TLD. Use the text to columns tool on the TLD column and separate by “/” to remove everything except the domain name and subdomains. Delete the new columns. I chose to keep the subdomains in my TLD column but you can remove them if it helps your analysis.Finally, create one more column called Full URL that will eventually become the list of URLs that you’ll crawl in Screaming Frog. To generate the Full URL, simply use Excel’s concatenate function to combine the Protocol and Normalized URL columns. Your formula will look something like this: =concatenate(A1, “://”, C1) to include the “://” in a valid URL string. The 25,000+ rows in my data set are well within Excel’s limitations, so I am able to manipulate the data easily in one place. You may need to use a database (I like BigQuery) as your data sets grow. Step 6: Categorize your SERP results by website type Skimming through the SERP results, it’s easy to see that banks are not the only type of website that rank for keywords with local search intent. Since one of my initial questions was SERP composition, I had to identify all of the different types of websites and label each one for further analysis. This step is by far the most time consuming and insightful. I spent 3 hours categorizing the initial batch of 25,000+ URLs into one of the following categories: Institution (banks and credit union websites)Directory (aggregators, local business directories, etc.)Reviews (local and national sites like Yelp.com)Education (content about banks on .edu domains)Government (content about banks on .gov domains and municipal sites)Jobs (careers sites and job aggregators)News (local and national news sites with banking content)Food Banks (yes, plenty of food banks rank for “banks near me” keywords)Real Estate (commercial and residential real estate listings)Search Engines (ranked content belonging to a search engine)Social Media (ranked content on social media sites)Other (completely random results not related to any of the above) Your local SERPs will likely contain many of these website types and other unrelated categories such as food banks. Speed up the process by sorting and filtering your TLD and Normalized URL columns to categorize multiple rows simultaneously. For example, all the yelp.com rankings can be categorized as “Reviews” with a quick copy/paste. At this point, your rankings data set is complete and you are ready to begin crawling the top-ranking sites in your industry to see what they have in common. Step 7: Crawl your target websites with Screaming Frog My initial STAT data identified over 6,600 unique pages from local bank websites that ranked in the top 20 organic search results. This is far too many pages to evaluate manually. Enter Screaming Frog, a crawler that mimics Google’s web crawler and extracts tons of SEO data from websites. I configured Screaming Frog to crawl each of the 6,600 ranking pages for a larger analysis of characteristics shared by top-ranking bank websites. Don’t just let SF loose though. Be sure to configure it properly to save time and avoid crawling unnecessary pages. These settings ensure we’ll get all the info we need to answer our questions in one crawl: List Mode: Paste in a de-duplicated Full URL list from your STAT data. In my case, this was 6,600+ URLs. Database Storage Mode: It may be a bit slower than Memory (RAM) Storage, but saving your crawl results on your hard disk ensures you won’t lose your results if you make a mistake (like I have many times) and close your report before you finish analyzing the data. Limit Crawl Depth: Set this to 0 (zero) so the spider will only crawl the URLs on your list without following internal links to other pages on those domains. APIs: I highly recommend using the Pagespeed Insights Integration to pull Lighthouse speed metrics directly into your crawl data. If you have a Moz account with API access, you can also pull link and domain data from the Moz API with the built-in integration. Once you have configured the spider, let it rip! It could take several minutes to several hours depending on how many URLs you’re crawling and your computer’s speed and memory constraints. Just be patient! You might try running larger crawls overnight or on an extra computer to avoid bogging your primary machine down. Step 8: Export your Screaming Frog crawl data to Excel Dumping your crawl data into Excel is remarkably easy. Step 9: Join your data sets in Power BI At this point, you should have two data sources in Excel: one for your STAT rankings data and another for your Screaming Frog crawl data. Our goal is to combine the two data sources to see how organic search rank may be influenced by on-page SEO elements and site performance. To do this, we must first merge the data. If you have access to a Windows PC, the free version of Power BI is powerful enough to get you started. Begin by loading your two data sources into a new project using the Get Data wizard. Once your data sets are loaded, it’s time to make the magic happen by creating relationships in your data to unlock correlations between rankings and site characteristics. To combine your data in Power BI, create a many-to-many relationship between your STAT Full URL and Screaming Frog Original URL fields.  If you are new to BI tools and data visualization, don’t worry! There are lots of helpful tutorials and videos just a quick search away. At this point, it’s really hard to break anything and you can experiment with lots of ways to analyze your data and share insights with many types of charts and graphs. I should note that Power BI is my preferred data visualization tool but you may be able to use Tableau or some equally powerful. Google Data Studio was not an option for this analysis because it only allows for left outer joins of the multiple data sources and does not support “many-to-many” relationships. It’s a technical way of saying Data Studio isn’t flexible enough to create the data relationships that we need. Step 10: Analyze and visualize! Power BI’s built-in visualizations allow you to quickly summarize and present data. This is where we can start analyzing the data to answer the questions we came up with earlier. Results — what did we learn? Here are a couple examples of the insights gleaned from merging our rankings and crawl data. Spoiler alert — CWV doesn’t strongly impact organic rankings….yet! Who are banks actually competing against in the SERPs? Is it primarily other banks? On desktops, about 67% of organic search results belong to financial institutions (banks and credit unions) with heavy competition from reviews sites (7%) and online directories (22%). This information helps shape our SEO strategies for banks by exposing opportunities to monitor and maintain listings in relevant directories and reviews sites. Okay, now let’s mash up our data sources to see how the distribution of website categories varies by rank on desktop devices. Suddenly, we can see that financial institutions actually occupy the majority of the top 3 results while reviews sites and directories are more prevalent in positions 4-10. How important are Core Web Vitals (CWV) for rankings? How does this change over time? Site performance and site speed are hot topics in SEO and will only become more important as CWV becomes a ranking signal in May this year. We can begin to understand the relationships between site speed and rankings by comparing STAT rankings and Pagespeed Insights data from Screaming Frog reports. As of January 2021, sites with higher Lighthouse Performance Scores (i.e. they load faster) tend to rank better than sites with lower scores. This could help justify investments in site speed and site performance. Some CWV elements correlate more closely with better rankings and others are more scattered. This isn’t to say CWV aren’t important or meaningful, but rather it’s a starting point for further analysis after May. So what? What can we learn from this type of analysis? Separately, STAT and Screaming Frog are incredibly powerful SEO tools. The data they provide are useful if you happen to be an SEO but the ability to merge data and extract relationships will multiply your value in any organization that values data, and acts on insights. Besides validating some generally accepted SEO knowledge with data (“faster sites are rewarded with better rankings”), better use of relational data can also help us avoid spending valuable time on less important tactics (“improve Cumulative Layout Shift at all costs!”). Of course, correlation does not imply causation, and aggregated data does not guarantee an outcome for individual sites. But if you’re a bank marketing professional responsible for customer acquisition from organic channels, you’ll need to bring this type of data to your stakeholders to justify increased investments in SEO. By sharing the tools and methodology, I hope others will take it further by building and contributing their additional findings to the SEO community. What other datasets can we combine to deepen our understanding of SERPs on a larger scale? Let me know your thoughts in the comments! Sign up for The Moz Top 10, a semimonthly mailer updating you on the top ten hottest pieces of SEO news, tips, and rad links uncovered by the Moz team. Think of it as your exclusive digest of stuff you don't have time to hunt down but want to read!
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The upcoming Galaxy A52 5G is shaping up to be a competitive midranger indeed. | Photo by Evan Blass Samsung’s upcoming midrange device, the Galaxy A52 5G, appears to be in line to receive monthly security updates. First spotted by Galaxy Club, the yet-to-be formally announced A52 5G appears on Samsung’s security update page for its monthly update cycle. Along with earlier rumors of high refresh rate screens — and a new leak that suggests the main camera will offer optical image stabilization — this looks like Samsung is taking the A51’s successor very seriously. Samsung generally reserves spots on the monthly update schedule for flagship and higher-end devices. While this isn’t the first time a midrange A-series device has been scheduled for monthly updates, last year’s Galaxy A51 and A51 5G are on the quarterly update schedule.... Continue reading…
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The latest Hong Kong tax bill for the 2018/19 year of assessment due from April to June 2020 will be automatically postponed for three months due to the new crown pneumonia epidemic.Although the tax deadline was delayed, but does not mean the company can late tax returns , so the company tax still handle well, company tax returns still have to be completed on time.For tax reporting, the audited financial statements and tax must be issued together with the accounting firm.It is especially important to choose a professional and appropriate accounting firm to handle accounting records and tax filing matters for you.The following Sforzando will integrate the three key points of choosing commercial tax filing services for you , and let professional accountants help you save tax expenses!Note on Profits Tax Filing Service 1Select the service content according to the nature of the companyIn Hong Kong profits tax under the tax system, Ltd. ( Limited's Company) and an unlimited company ( Unlimited Company) required tax returns .Unlimited company is based on the company on a Hong Kong financial document finishing, accounting after doing accounts, no need by the accounting firm audit ( Audit) , has been available directly to the tax submission Bureau of tax returns , while the Limited tax returns will need to audit; Ltd. in accounting after doing accounts, we need to find accounting firms audited, tax returns to be together with the accounting firm issued audited financial statements submitted together to Shuiwu bureau.Note on Profits Tax Filing Service 2Understand the charging items and choose the service form according to the company's transaction volumeGenerally speaking, tax preparation services are charged on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis, depending on the actual accounting needs of the company .
The global network attached storage market is anticipated to gain traction from its increasing demand from small and mid-sized businesses.This information is given by Fortune Business Insights™ in a new report, titled, “Network Attached Storage Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Component (Solution, and Services), By Product Type (High-end/Enterprise, Midmarket, and Low-end), By Storage Solution (Scale-up NAS, and Scale-out NAS), By Deployment (Cloud, and On-premises), By End-user (BFSI, Healthcare, Retail & e-commerce, IT & Telecomm, Automotive, and Others) and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027.” The report further states that the NAS market size was USD 14.74 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 54.57 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 18.2% during the forecast period.COVID-19 Pandemic: Companies Surge Average Selling Prices to Balance RevenuesThe outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic is taking a toll on businesses across the globe.Seagate’s 2020 quarterly report declares that the company shipped approximately 120.2 Exabytes of hard disk drive (HDD) storage capacity.But, the average selling price of NAS has surged to USD 86.21.The main reason behind this is to balance revenues amid reduced shipments.Our authentic report would help clients to better understand the current scenario of the market.This Report Answers the Following Questions:What are the current trends propelling growth of the network attached storage market?What are the innovations done by reputed organizations?Which are the key segments to focus in the near future for prioritizing investments?What are the challenges and opportunities for the market?Drivers & Restraints-Introduction of 5G Network by Telecom Service Providers to Bolster GrowthSeveral telecom service providers, such as Telefonica, Nokia, AT, and Ericsson are introducing 5G services rapidly.
Google's quarterly Feature Drop for Pixel is usually something to get excited about. For March, a lot of people will be let down by a slate of niche additions.
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Berkshire's fourth-quarter buybacks boosted the company's overall stock repurchases to $24.7 billion in 2020, five times the record from a year earlier.Results benefited from improved quarterly performance at the Geico auto insurer, where the rate of accident losses declined as people drove less
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Li Auto booked its first quarterly net profit in Q4 but investors are worried about underinvestment in products and self-driving technology.
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It functions similarly to other medical office management solutions, providing important functionalities such as patient administration, electronic dental health records, and clinical administration.Dental software can be deployed on the cloud as well as locally, but most of the solution providers are shifting towards cloud-based dental solutions.The software also helps in handling all the routine operations any dental office comes across.The software helps in planning, insurance validation, patient organization, and simplifying front desk operations.360Quadrantshas selected and evaluated some of the Best Dental Software providers in the Dental Software space.This assessment typically helps potential Dental Software buyers understand the software's details, learn more about its strengths and weaknesses, and select the one that suits their requirements the most.In this evaluation, all the Dental Softwareprovidersare carefully evaluated against their products and business strategies and are positioned on a quadrant, which is updated every quarterly with the most recent data.360Quadrants also performs SWOT analysis and helps the software providers to learn about new opportunities and scope to improve.Dental Software Companies 360 Quadrant Categorization360Quadrants has evaluated and placed 10 Dental Software providers in four quadrants, namely, Visionary Leaders, Innovators, Dynamic Differentiators, and emerging Leaders.EagleSoft and Dentrix have been identified visionary Leaders in the best Dental Software market.Curve Hero, Weave, and Open Dental Software have been identified as Dynamic Differentiators in the best Dental Software market.CS Ortho Trac and axiUm Dental have been identified as Innovators in the best Dental Software market.Lighthouse 360, CS SoftDent Software, and Marketing 360 have been identified as Emerging companies in the best Dental Software market.
According to the new research repsort, the "Valve Driver Market with COVID-19 Impact, by Function (Solenoid, Proportional), Valve Type (Conventional Control Valve, Expansion Valve), End-User (Commercial & Residential, Industrial, and Motion Equipment), Region - Global Forecast to 2025", size is expected to grow from USD 421 million in 2020 to USD 519 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.3%.The growth of this market is driven mainly by several factors, such as increase in government regulations and policies for saving energy and Increase in focus on enhancing efficiency and power consumption.Browse 132 market data Tables and 39 Figures spread through 154 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Valve Driver Market with COVID-19 Impact, by Function (Solenoid, Proportional), Valve Type (Conventional Control Valve, Expansion Valve), End-User (Commercial & Residential, Industrial, and Motion Equipment), Region - Global Forecast to 2025" Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=47607837 Commercial & residential end user to hold the largest share of the valve driver market during the forecast period Residential and commercial include apartments, homes, offices, industrial facilities, and others.In Europe, under the UK government’s domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, end users who install or have already installed an eligible renewable heating system receive quarterly cash payments for seven years.This government financial incentive program is expected to boost the demand for heating equipment in Europe, which in turn will increase the demand for valve drivers in Europe.The proportional valve drivers find applications in several end uses, such as commercial & residential, motion equipment, and industries, which include oil & gas, pharmaceuticals, metals & mining, energy & power, chemicals, water & wastewater, and food & beverages.
But, when you start looking at different insurance agents to contact your insurance, you usually get confused to choose the best one.Life insurance relates to your life, and you will be secured until the happening of your death.Therefore, your life insurance should have a fair amount that will keep your family under better financials.So, never rely on an agent to get your life insurance.Be watchful until you will find out an authentic agent and also some practical plans.When you are a resident of Lake Dallas, Texas, and you need life insurance.Instead of randomly choosing your agent, be watchful of all relevant factors, because life insurance is like an asset, and you have to pay a premium every month or quarterly, or yearly.Instead of trusting some group, it will be appreciated if you will take an independent agent's assistance.Why should you consult an independent agent to get term life insurance?An independent insurance agency can provide you with coverage and prices from many different insurance companies.
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Nvidia has shared its Q4 2021 earnings, and despite the company’s GPUs being in extremely low supply, it didn’t seem to hurt how much money the company made. In fact, it reported a record $5 billion in revenue, which is up 61 percent year-over-year. What’s more impressive is that Nvidia expects to make another $5 billion in revenue during Q1 2022. This positive outlook is surprising given that Q1 is generally slower than other quarters, even for the biggest tech companies, as it follows the rush of people buying lots of products during the holiday period. It’s generally a slower period in general for product releases across tech and gaming. Also, let’s not forget the GPU shortage is still happening. Nvidia reiterated that sparse supply... Continue reading…
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Illustration by James Bareham / The Verge Square has just made another colossal investment in bitcoin, more than tripling its last investment in the cryptocurrency with a $170 million purchase of tokens. The digital payments company, which is run by vocal bitcoin advocate and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, disclosed the investment in its quarterly earnings report on Tuesday. The company purchased about 3,318 bitcoins at an average price of $51,236, which signals remarkable confidence in bitcoin as it reaches record heights and invites renewed skepticism about its stability. “Aligned with the company’s purpose, Square believes that cryptocurrency is an instrument of economic empowerment, providing a way for individuals to participate in a global monetary system and secure their own... Continue reading…
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Performance Management Our Performance Management module allows for the cascading of the Business Units Annual strategic initiatives intoindividual employees annual initiatives.Quarterly Organization Performance The Performance Management module allows organizations to manage their quarterly annual corporate scorecard/performance agreement.Annual strategic objectives from the annual plans Annual.
According to the new research repsort, the "Valve Driver Market with COVID-19 Impact, by Function (Solenoid, Proportional), Valve Type (Conventional Control Valve, Expansion Valve), End-User (Commercial & Residential, Industrial, and Motion Equipment), Region - Global Forecast to 2025", size is expected to grow from USD 421 million in 2020 to USD 519 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.3%.The growth of this market is driven mainly by several factors, such as increase in government regulations and policies for saving energy and Increase in focus on enhancing efficiency and power consumption.Browse 132 market data Tables and 39 Figures spread through 154 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Valve Driver Market with COVID-19 Impact, by Function (Solenoid, Proportional), Valve Type (Conventional Control Valve, Expansion Valve), End-User (Commercial & Residential, Industrial, and Motion Equipment), Region - Global Forecast to 2025" Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=47607837 Commercial & residential end user to hold the largest share of the valve driver market during the forecast period Residential and commercial include apartments, homes, offices, industrial facilities, and others.In Europe, under the UK government’s domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, end users who install or have already installed an eligible renewable heating system receive quarterly cash payments for seven years.This government financial incentive program is expected to boost the demand for heating equipment in Europe, which in turn will increase the demand for valve drivers in Europe.However, COVID-19, a global health emergency and an economic crisis, which has impacted the growth of the valve driver market in 2020 adversely.
Photo by Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge Samsung has announced that it’ll be extending the amount of time that its Galaxy smartphones and tablets will be getting security updates. Now, devices released from 2019 and onward will receove at least four years of security updates. Previously, Samsung offered either monthly or quarterly security updates for at least the first two years of a device’s life span, the frequency of which is determined by the device itself. More premium phones like the Galaxy Note or Galaxy S lines get monthly updates, while budget-friendly models like 2020’s Galaxy A71 5G get quarterly updates. Samsung also drops some of its higher-end devices down to quarterly updates after a certain point in time, like the Galaxy S8 lineup. It’s important to note that... Continue reading…
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According to the Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker by the International Data Corporation, the country saw over three million shipments of 5G smartphones in 2020, out of a total of 150 million units.
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Quarterly results and a lock-up expiration hit shares of the richly valued software maker, but it is finding support in online forums
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Dropbox stock fell as the cloud-storage company's fourth-quarter net loss widened on a charge related to its shift to remote work during the pandemic.
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Fastly's wider-than-expected quarterly loss guidance put pressure on the cloud-computing services company's stock.
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