Man-Portable Communication System 2018 Market Segmentation,Application,Technology & Market Analysis Research Report 2023

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WiseGuyReports.Com Publish a New Market Research Report On –“ Man-Portable Communication System 2018 Market Segmentation,Application,Technology & Market Analysis Research Report to 2023”.

Description:

Man-Portable Communication System-Global Market Status and Trend Report 2013-2023 offers a comprehensive analysis on Man-Portable Communication System industry, standing on the readers’ perspective, delivering detailed market data and penetrating insights. No matter the client is industry insider, potential entrant or investor, the report will provides useful data and information.

Key questions answered by this report include:

Worldwide and Regional Market Size of Man-Portable Communication System 2013-2017, and development forecast 2018-2023
Main manufacturers/suppliers of Man-Portable Communication System worldwide, with company and product introduction, position in the Man-Portable Communication System market
Market status and development trend of Man-Portable Communication System by types and applications
Cost and profit status of Man-Portable Communication System, and marketing status
Market growth drivers and challenges

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The report segments the global Man-Portable Communication System market as:

Global Man-Portable Communication System Market: Regional Segment Analysis (Regional Production Volume, Consumption Volume, Revenue and Growth Rate 2013-2023):
North America
Europe
China
Japan
Rest APAC
Latin America

Global Man-Portable Communication System Market: Type Segment Analysis (Consumption Volume, Average Price, Revenue, Market Share and Trend 2013-2023):
Communications
Command and control
ISTAR
Imaging
Force protection
Ancillary electronics

Global Man-Portable Communication System Market: Application Segment Analysis (Consumption Volume and Market Share 2013-2023; Downstream Customers and Market Analysis)
Software Defined Radios
SATCOM
Encryption
Smartphones
Homeland Security
Commercial

Global Man-Portable Communication System Market: Manufacturers Segment Analysis (Company and Product introduction, Man-Portable Communication System Sales Volume, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin):
Harris
Rockwell Collins
Thales
BAE Systems
SAAB
Aselsan
Cobham
Codan
Elbit Systems
General Dynamics
ITT
L-3
Ultra Electronics
Viasat

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Table Of Contents – Major Key Points

Chapter 1 Overview of Man-Portable Communication System
1.1 Definition of Man-Portable Communication System in This Report
1.2 Commercial Types of Man-Portable Communication System
1.2.1 Communications
1.2.2 Command and control
1.2.3 ISTAR
1.2.4 Imaging
1.2.5 Force protection
1.2.6 Ancillary electronics
1.3 Downstream Application of Man-Portable Communication System
1.3.1 Software Defined Radios
1.3.2 SATCOM
1.3.3 Encryption
1.3.4 Smartphones
1.3.5 Homeland Security
1.3.6 Commercial
1.4 Development History of Man-Portable Communication System
1.5 Market Status and Trend of Man-Portable Communication System 2013-2023
1.5.1 Global Man-Portable Communication System Market Status and Trend 2013-2023
1.5.2 Regional Man-Portable Communication System Market Status and Trend 2013-2023

Chapter 2 Global Market Status and Forecast by Regions
2.1 Market Development of Man-Portable Communication System 2013-2017
2.2 Production Market of Man-Portable Communication System by Regions
2.2.1 Production Volume of Man-Portable Communication System by Regions
2.2.2 Production Value of Man-Portable Communication System by Regions
2.3 Demand Market of Man-Portable Communication System by Regions
2.4 Production and Demand Status of Man-Portable Communication System by Regions
2.4.1 Production and Demand Status of Man-Portable Communication System by Regions 2013-2017
2.4.2 Import and Export Status of Man-Portable Communication System by Regions 2013-2017

Chapter 3 Global Market Status and Forecast by Types
3.1 Production Volume of Man-Portable Communication System by Types
3.2 Production Value of Man-Portable Communication System by Types
3.3 Market Forecast of Man-Portable Communication System by Types

Chapter 4 Global Market Status and Forecast by Downstream Industry
4.1 Demand Volume of Man-Portable Communication System by Downstream Industry
4.2 Market Forecast of Man-Portable Communication System by Downstream Industry

Chapter 5 Market Driving Factor Analysis of Man-Portable Communication System
5.1 Global Economy Situation and Trend Overview
5.2 Man-Portable Communication System Downstream Industry Situation and Trend Overview

Chapter 6 Man-Portable Communication System Market Competition Status by Major Manufacturers
6.1 Production Volume of Man-Portable Communication System by Major Manufacturers
6.2 Production Value of Man-Portable Communication System by Major Manufacturers
6.3 Basic Information of Man-Portable Communication System by Major Manufacturers
6.3.1 Headquarters Location and Established Time of Man-Portable Communication System Major Manufacturer
6.3.2 Employees and Revenue Level of Man-Portable Communication System Major Manufacturer
6.4 Market Competition News and Trend
6.4.1 Merger, Consolidation or Acquisition News
6.4.2 Investment or Disinvestment News
6.4.3 New Product Development and Launch

Chapter 7 Man-Portable Communication System Major Manufacturers Introduction and Market Data
7.1 Harris
7.1.1 Company profile
7.1.2 Representative Man-Portable Communication System Product
7.1.3 Man-Portable Communication System Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin of Harris
7.2 Rockwell Collins
7.2.1 Company profile
7.2.2 Representative Man-Portable Communication System Product
7.2.3 Man-Portable Communication System Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin of Rockwell Collins
7.3 Thales
7.3.1 Company profile
7.3.2 Representative Man-Portable Communication System Product
7.3.3 Man-Portable Communication System Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin of Thales
7.4 BAE Systems
7.4.1 Company profile
7.4.2 Representative Man-Portable Communication System Product
7.4.3 Man-Portable Communication System Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin of BAE Systems
7.5 SAAB
7.5.1 Company profile
7.5.2 Representative Man-Portable Communication System Product
7.5.3 Man-Portable Communication System Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin of SAAB
7.6 Aselsan
7.6.1 Company profile
7.6.2 Representative Man-Portable Communication System Product
7.6.3 Man-Portable Communication System Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin of Aselsan
7.7 Cobham
7.7.1 Company profile
7.7.2 Representative Man-Portable Communication System Product
7.7.3 Man-Portable Communication System Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin of Cobham
7.8 Codan
7.8.1 Company profile
7.8.2 Representative Man-Portable Communication System Product
7.8.3 Man-Portable Communication System Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin of Codan

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GIS in Telecom Sector Market 2018 Global Analysis, Growth, Size, Share, Trends, Forecast To 2025

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, February 28, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — GIS in Telecom Sector Market 2018 

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This report studies the global GIS in Telecom Sector market, analyzes and researches the GIS in Telecom Sector development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. This report focuses on the top players in global market, like 
Bentley Systems Incorporated 
Blue Marble Geographics 
Cyient Ltd. 
Harris Corporation 
Hexagon AB 
Pitney Bowes Inc. 
RMSI Inc. 
Spatial Business Systems, Inc. 
Trimble Inc.

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Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers 
United States 
EU 
Japan 
China 
India 
Southeast Asia

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into 
Software 
Services

Market segment by Application, GIS in Telecom Sector can be split into 
Small & Medium Enterprise (SMEs) 
Large Enterprise

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Table of Contents:

Global GIS in Telecom Sector Market Size, Status and Forecast 2025 
1 Industry Overview of GIS in Telecom Sector 
1.1 GIS in Telecom Sector Market Overview 
1.1.1 GIS in Telecom Sector Product Scope 
1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook 
1.2 Global GIS in Telecom Sector Market Size and Analysis by Regions (2013-2018) 
1.2.1 United States 
1.2.2 EU 
1.2.3 Japan 
1.2.4 China 
1.2.5 India 
1.2.6 Southeast Asia 
1.3 GIS in Telecom Sector Market by Type 
1.3.1 Software 
1.3.2 Services 
1.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Market by End Users/Application 
1.4.1 Small & Medium Enterprise (SMEs) 
1.4.2 Large Enterprise

2 Global GIS in Telecom Sector Competition Analysis by Players 
2.1 GIS in Telecom Sector Market Size (Value) by Players (2013-2018) 
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend 
2.2.1 Market Concentration Rate 
2.2.2 Product/Service Differences 
2.2.3 New Entrants 
2.2.4 The Technology Trends in Future

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3 Company (Top Players) Profiles 
3.1 Bentley Systems Incorporated 
3.1.1 Company Profile 
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.1.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.1.5 Recent Developments 
3.2 Blue Marble Geographics 
3.2.1 Company Profile 
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.2.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.2.5 Recent Developments 
3.3 Cyient Ltd. 
3.3.1 Company Profile 
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.3.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.3.5 Recent Developments 
3.4 Harris Corporation 
3.4.1 Company Profile 
3.4.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.4.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.4.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.4.5 Recent Developments 
3.5 Hexagon AB 
3.5.1 Company Profile 
3.5.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.5.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.5.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.5.5 Recent Developments 
3.6 Pitney Bowes Inc. 
3.6.1 Company Profile 
3.6.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.6.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.6.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.6.5 Recent Developments 
3.7 RMSI Inc. 
3.7.1 Company Profile 
3.7.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.7.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.7.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.7.5 Recent Developments 
3.8 Spatial Business Systems, Inc. 
3.8.1 Company Profile 
3.8.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.8.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.8.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.8.5 Recent Developments 
3.9 Trimble Inc. 
3.9.1 Company Profile 
3.9.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.9.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.9.4 GIS in Telecom Sector Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.9.5 Recent Developments

Continued…..

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CCP combines real-time shipment monitoring with blockchain

CCP offers Sigfox, NB-IoT and LTE Cat M1 coverage

CCP has announced its LPWAN shipment monitoring and blockchain initiative for perishable food industry supply chains.

CCP Technologies (ASX:CT1)

MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, February 28, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — CCP Technologies Limited (ASX:CT1) – a listed public company on the Australian Securities Exchange specialising in B2B Internet of Things (IoT) solutions – has announced its low-powered wide-area-network (LPWAN) Shipment Monitoring and Blockchain initiatives for the perishable food industry and supply chain.

When perishable products are shipped, temperature control is critical. If a temperature breach occurs at any point along the supply chain, product quality can be irreparably impacted. Legacy data loggers (widely used in transport) do not provide a real-time preventative management tool and do not facilitate information collection and sharing across highly fragmented supply chains.

Michael White, Executive Director and CEO of CCP said:

“It’s quite clear participants in perishable food supply chains need a better solution to underpin the chain of responsibility. Shipments valued in the millions can be lost or delayed as breaches are investigated, which results in supply interruptions, negative customer impact and risk to product safety.”

A Food Cold Chain Optimisation Report from May 20171 has suggested that by improving food condition monitoring in Australia’s cold chain, a 5% reduction in food waste would result in a $1 billion annual saving.

Referring to this report, Mr White said:

“The main constraint highlighted in the Food Cold Chain Optimisation Report was supply chain lack of access to ubiquitous low-cost monitoring through LPWAN. CCP has a growing customer base in the food industry using our low-cost WiFi and LPWAN monitoring solutions for insitu environments. Our shipment monitoring solution will leverage the company’s existing Sigfox, NB-IoT and LTE Cat M1 smart tags”.

CCP is poised to commence shipment monitoring trials with a major supermarket chain in Australia. It not only opens the door to a very large market opportunity, it also lays the foundation for our Blockchain development.

Mr White said, “Globally, food companies are looking to use Blockchain to improve their ability to monitor the temperature conditions for perishable foods to ensure quality control and extend shelf life. We anticipate strengthening our blockchain capabilities to drive related initiatives.

By participating in the CCP Blockchain, our customers will be able to enter into smart contracts which are supported by business rules for product monitoring, breach alerts, product acceptance and product payment. Our new shipment smart tag complements our Blockchain initiative.

With a global shortage of blockchain developers with real depth of experience and skills, we are leveraging existing relationships and partners with organisations like Microsoft to expand our blockchain activities.”

CCP specialises in rapidly creating solutions to leverage IoT technologies, big data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). The product management team comprises 45 staff, including experienced blockchain developers. In-house technical expertise spans hardware design, firmware and software development. From concept to creation, CCP delivers contemporary solutions to a growing customer base in Australia, North America and Southeast Asia.

About CCP Network

CCP offers a critical control point management system in Australia, North America, and has an emerging presence in Singapore. Critical control points are the points in a supply chain where a failure of standard operating procedure has potential to cause serious harm to people, business reputations and the bottom line. Standard critical control points include temperature, energy, environment (e.g. air and water quality, pH, chemicals, noise, acoustics and gases) and movement.

CCP captures data using Smart Tags (sensors) and an advanced IoT network. Data is delivered to the company’s big data cloud platform where it is analysed to deliver business intelligence. Customers access this information through web and mobile dashboards, and receive real-time alerts via SMS, email and push notifications.

The Company’s first target market is the food industry, where food safety regulation, energy savings and waste reduction drives adoption of automated temperature monitoring.

For further information on the CCP Solution, visit: www.ccp-network.com

Reference:
1. Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP), 22 May 2017, FOOD COLD CHAIN OPTIMISATION: Improving energy productivity using real time food condition monitoring through the chain, see https://www.airah.org.au/Content_Files/Industryresearch/05-17-A2EP_Cold_Chain_Report.pdf

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
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Truechip Announces First Customer Shipment of PCIe Gen 5 and JESD204C Verification IP

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, February 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Truechip, the Verification IP Specialist announced today, at DVCON US 2018, that it has shipped early adoption version of PCIe Gen 5 and JESD204C VIP.

On this occasion, Nitin Kishore, CEO, Truechip, said, “I am glad to share that we are celebrating 10 years of Truechip in 2018. The journey has been remarkable and today we have a broad VIP product portfolio with scores of customers all across the globe. Our Philosophy of P3 – Prompt Support, Proven Solution and Perfect Integration distinguishes us from others”.

“PCIe Gen 5 with 32 GTps will be advantageous for high end GPUs, machine learning processors and faster data transfer to Ethernet protocols being used in servers and data centers. The new PIPE 5.0 interface also supports reduced pin count and easier reuse of PHY modules, added Nitin.
“JESD204C provides for 3x faster speed compared to its predecessor JESD204B, which will allow for faster sampling at ADCs and DACs, thus improving precision by noting very quick changes. It also improves efficiency by refining the encoding method to 64b-66b for high speed data”, Nitin further added.

Few PCIe Gen 5 VIP features:
• 32.0 GT/s Data Rate per lane with backwards compatibility.
• Support for newly added PHY serdes architecture in pipe specification 5.0 and modified TS1 & TS2 order set.

Few JESD204C VIP features:
• Supports serial data rate up to 32 Gbps & all class devices for B/C categories.
• Deterministic latency machine by LMFC/LEMC.

Speaking on the occasion, Saurabh Agarwal, Head, Marketing & Sales, Truechip said, “Brand Truechip has evolved into a major global player as the preferred organization for providing Verification IP products. The market in US offers huge potential for Truechip’s VIP’s that are known for their quality, reliability, performance and robust 24×5 support”.

About Truechip:
Truechip is a leading provider of Verification IP solutions, which aid to accelerate IP/ SOC design thus lowering the cost and the risks associated with the development of ASIC, FPGA and SOC. The company has sales and support coverage across North America, Europe and Asia. Truechip has been serving customers for almost a decade in VLSI and offers Industry’s first 24×5 technical support.
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The future of voice – a six step survival guide for contact centers from Teleopti

Adaptability and flexible WFM is the name of the game and will ensure the survival of voice for many years to come.”

— Annika Edberg, Teleopti

HENLEY-ON-THAMES, BERKSHIRE, UK, February 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to Annika Edberg at Teleopti, voice is no longer the endangered species many would have us believe. It all comes down to adaptability and flexible workforce management (WFM)

Voice may no longer be at the top of everyone’s technology wish list but the old beast still has plenty of life left. Just listen to the experts: research indicates that inbound telephone calls to live agents today account for 65.3% of all contacts with 53% of professionals claiming that this type of interaction is likely to increase greatly, slightly or simply stay the same in the foreseeable future. In today’s multi-channel contact centres, the continued existence of voice as a popular communications method puts added pressure on managers seeking to create a seamless, blended call experience for customers.

The other part of the conundrum is that when combined, both inbound and outbound voice calls in contact centers are on the decline and have statistically been that way for some years now. Understanding how to replace voice channels and maximise schedules to maintain service levels is essential to the longer-term well-being of customer service, contact centers and the agents who work in them. Here we look at the major trends affecting voice in the contact center industry, what managers need to do to stay ahead of the game and how the latest Workforce Management (WFM) solutions can help.

Facing the future: a survival guide

1.Customer expectations are growing – this is something most of us have probably suspected but 80.3% of the 380 contact centre professionals who responded to Call Centre Helper’s latest survey believe this to be the case. Advances in mobile technology and the Internet of Things have created an always-on culture that has radically changed the way that people consume information along with the goods and services they buy. They expect instant access to an organisation’s shop window 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Technology is a great enabler and contact centers need to keepup with this trend and use WFM creatively

2.Accept that new technology is here and make it work for you – contact center leaders should view their operations as a strategic part of the corporate digital eco-system where new technologies have the power to transform customer service. Email, web chat, social media and SMS are all on the rise.

However, first of all step back and consider if it is absolutely necessary to offer all channels because if you do, the quality has to be consistently high and meet expected service levels. Be sure to blend them successfully with traditional voice to create a true multi-channel contact center environment that gives customers greater choice of how they can communicate and delivers a faster, highly personalised customer experience. Likewise WFM should be blended enabling resources to be switched between channels while ensuring the most qualified agents respond to enquiries when and where required

3.Consider Artificial Intelligence (AI) to overcome staff shortages – according to Call Centre Helper, staff shortages represent a real barrier to providing great customer service, a situation that has risen steadily to 30% since 2015. In its report, ContactBabel reveals the alarming reality of agent skills today. In medium or large contact centres, 60% of agents handle voice only and 5-10% handle text only (email, web chat and social media). Perhaps it’s time to turn to the various forms of AI – virtual or digital assistants and chat bots or bots – to manage the gap between agent abilities/time and the customer experience? Start by making bots the first port of call for customers and remember to take them into account for WFM purposes.

4.Chat bots – next stage in Internet revolution – chat bots are computer programs that mimic conversations with people using AI and are fast transforming the way people interact. They are revolutionizing the mundane tasks in our daily lives, rather like having your own virtual butler Other more complex industries, such as insurance, are experimenting with conversational personal assistants to automate claims management.

5.When only the human touch will do – despite all this, don’t force digital channels if your customers don’t want them. Why alienate certain demographics like the less technology-confident older generation when the spending power of the silver pound is legendary? Voice will always play a part in crisis management situations such as emergency services. Maintaining service levels depends on having agents available at the right time, therefore to ensure survival when only a human will do, WFM will need to take priority

6.Look at the agent journey – customer journey mapping is a hot topic but if a customer has a life cycle, what is the lifecycle of the agent? Enriching the agent journey will make them happier and more productive. Look at each stage – recruitment, training, working, personal development, potential attrition. Building agent friendly schedules and providing advisors with the right tools to handle customers, based on their own judgement, improves customer loyalty and delivers the quality of service that all customers deserve and expect.

Adaptability and flexible WFM is the name of the game and will ensure the survival of voice for many years to come. Act now to face facts, address the challenges ahead and take positive steps to support the evolution of voice. Make the most of this trusted channel and robust WFM to create high-performing agent teams and maintain exceptional levels of customer service now and into the future.

Annika Edberg, Senior Project Manager and Consultant at Teleopti

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….. is Under Investigation for Trade Secret Theft

Trademark & IP Attorneys

Intellectual Property Attorneys

Uber has been in the news lately as it was accused by Google’s autonomous vehicle subsidiary Waymo of trade secret theft.

Paul & Paul’s professional team of litigators and prosecutors represent both plaintiffs and defendants in all matters pertaining to patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets”

— Alex R. Sluzas, Esq.

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, February 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — +

Many well-known companies have been on the radar in recent times because of trade secret thefts. Large multinational companies can be razed to the ground with just one intellectual property theft case. Take for example Barnes and Noble who were sued by Amazon because it had infringed upon Amazon’s patented one-click purchase system. Amazon has eventually dominated the entire online book business system.

According to the EEA (Economic Espionage Act) of 1996 stealing of trade secrets is a violation of Federal Criminal Statutes. If found guilty under this act you could face 10 years in prison or more and a fine of up to $5,00,000 if you are a company and a fine of $2,50,000 if you are an individual. You are proven guilty if:

You stole, attempted to steal, or conspired to steal with someone else while being an employee of the company.

You stole a trade secret.

You stole anything related to a product that was produced for or placed in interstate or foreign commerce. This includes nearly everything.

You stole knowing that the object of crime was a trade secret.

You stole being fully aware that your offense could injure the owner of the trade secret.

You stole with the intent to reap economic benefits other than the owner.

Uber for example has been in the news lately as it was accused by Google’s autonomous vehicle subsidiary Waymo of trade secret theft. Anthony Levandowski a former employee of Waymo illegally downloaded 14,000 technical files before he left to start his own company Otto- which was later acquired by Uber. Levandowski was paid $700 million and was in charge of the autonomous vehicle program (a crucial program for Uber’s future)

The case has been referred to the U.S Attorney’s office by U.S District Judge William Alsup for possible criminal action. But as Judge Alsup noted to Waymo attorney’s when making the referral, “You have one of the strongest records I’ve seen for a long time of anybody doing something that bad.”

Uber was forced to fire Levandowski on May 30, who if convicted could face up to 15 years in jail time. The case is so bad that even as Uber is trying to distance itself from Levandowski by claiming that it did not have any knowledge of the engineer stealing the 14,000 files it could still be looking at a huge lawsuit. Levandowski could become a witness against Uber claiming it was very well aware of what was going on.
This is one more blow to Uber's long list of problems from sexual harassment, firing of employees and the internal turmoil that's been going on for a while now.

Though it's unclear if the U.S Attorney will take up the case or if Uber can be proven guilty of the accusations it's clearly bad publicity for Uber who is in the soup lately for not only trade secret theft but also of bad public opinion. To top that a number of its top executives have departed in 2017 alone.

But, Uber is not the only one suffering from an intellectual property dispute. About 80% of today’s companies (both national and international) are caught up in some sort of intellectual property dispute. Take the case of Chinese bike-sharing company YouOn. Days before it could start its public offering of shares in the Shanghai Stock Exchange it was forced to stop as an independent inventor had filed a patent infringement suit against it.

Whatever the case maybe it is important that a company protects its intellectual property. If you fire an employee make sure he loses all his rights to access company data immediately. This will prevent a bereft employee from stealing your IP.

A study conducted by the US Department of Justice in 2004, recorded over 8000 cases of various forms of infringement. And most cases perpetrators who have been found guilty have got some form of jail time. Hopefully, stringent policies and laws will deter this kind of cases in the future.

Procedures and policies which would prevent this from happening must be strictly enforced. If you or your company has been a victim of an intellectual property theft then you must contact an intellectual property attorney who could guide you through the various intellectual property laws. If you suspect IP theft give Paul & Paul a call at 866-975-7231 for a free consultation.

+++++ Disclaimer+++++ This press release is considered advertising and does not constitute any client-attorney privilege and does not offer any advice or opinion on any legal matter. This release was drafted by Results Driven Marketing, LLC a full-service, award-winning digital marketing, public relations, advertising and content marketing firm located in Philadelphia, PA

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Paul & Paul Intellectual Property Attorneys
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Is SB-SAT Poised to Revolutionize Use of LEO Satellites and Drones?

Lars Christensen, Chief Architect, GateHouse Telecom

The Inmarsat I4 satellites relay data through Inmarsat ground stations to users or operators making full use of Inmarsat’s mobile broadband system infrastructure.

Lars Christensen, Chief Architect at GateHouse Telecom looks at SB-SAT technology and how a Protocol Stack could open opportunities for the satellite industry.

SB-SAT technology and an already proven Protocol Stack could open up many new opportunities and applications for the satellite industry”

— Lars Christensen, Chief Architect, GateHouse Telecom

NøRRESUNDBY, DENMARK, February 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The use of SmallSats and CubeSats in Low-Earth-Orbit (LEO) have for many years been limited by the short ground station overpass time (around ten minutes per overpass). The use of LEO satellites for real-time applications have therefore been restricted.

Delayed data may be acceptable in some cases, but in others the delay invalidates the use and relevance of transmitted data. The limited overpass time causes satellites to store and prioritize large amounts of data until they can be transferred to a ground station and then on to the user.

However, both the issue of time-sensitivity and amounts of data to be transmitted can be addressed by enabling longer or more frequent overpass times and increases the opportunity for satellites to ‘dump’ collected data. If higher connectivity was to be obtained by establishing more ground stations, this would be an overwhelming investment. So, how can you increase connectivity purely with software within the boundaries of an existing physical network?

What is SB-SAT?
With SwiftBroadband for Satellite (SB-SAT), LEO satellites gain data connectivity via L-band frequencies on the Inmarsat I4 satellite constellation in Geostationary-Earth-Orbit (GEO). The Inmarsat I4 satellites relay data through Inmarsat ground stations to users or operators making full use of Inmarsat’s mobile broadband system infrastructure.

SB-SAT technology enables new use cases for LEO satellite missions by providing connectivity in all of Inmarsat’s I4 near-global coverage. Smaller and cheaper LEO programmes can leverage satellites that stay in frequent communications contact without the cost of building an extensive ground station infrastructure around the globe. By significantly increasing connectivity, the use of LEO satellites will undeniably increase both in terms of volume and variety.

How does SB-SAT work?
SB-SAT is an on-board satellite modem based on the SwiftBroadband satellite connectivity solution by Inmarsat for aeronautical use. A variant of the SwiftBroadband specification has been built as a joint effort between Inmarsat and partners that enable use in low-earth-orbit. The satellite modem provides IP data connectivity when the satellite is under coverage of one of the currently four Inmarsat I4 satellites.

The terminal uses a steerable antenna and GPS data to point to the visible I4 satellites, logs on and activates a data connection. Now the terminal is on-line and can provide IP data connectivity up to 492 kbps. The terminal seamlessly handles handover between the 200 narrow spot beams of each Inmarsat I4 satellite. Since the relative velocity of a LEO satellite is much higher than the normal aeronautical use case for Inmarsat terminals, the terminal intelligently predicts when the handover is required and initiates negation with the ground station ahead of time such that the handover is done successfully before the signal of the previous spot beam is lost.

When the terminal enters coverage of a new GEO satellite, a repointing is required. This again is a predictive process, but will take a few seconds while the antenna is rotated, signal re-acquired and terminal logs on to the new satellite and ground station.

While the existing Inmarsat SwiftBroadband terminal already has provisions for handling Doppler shift and precise burst timing, conditions are relatively much more challenging in LEO. The SB-SAT terminal has been built and extensively tested under worst-case conditions of Doppler shifts up to 50 kHz and burst clock timing shift rates of 54 microseconds per second. Under these conditions, the satellite terminal requires special predictive handling of Doppler compensation and burst link timing, compared to an aeronautical terminal.

How can SB-SAT create value?
In an earth imaging mission with a limited number of ground links, a traditional LEO mission will have only ground connectivity for 10-15 minutes each time a ground station is passed. This can happen as rarely as only a few times a day with at least 90 minutes between each pass in the best case if just one single ground station is available. This limits the ability to react to new data from the satellite and best utilize the limited on-board storage capacity and downlink capacity.

With real-time access to the satellite provided by SB-SAT, low resolution data can be downloaded continuously via the SB-SAT link. A ground operator can decide which data is the most interesting and command the satellite to take high-resolution imagery of an area of specific interest. This could be downloaded via the high-speed dedicated ground link when the ground station is passed. This completely changes the reaction time window and ability to best utilize a satellite’s orbit and storage capacity, enabling entirely new use cases that were previously not possible.

Addressing New Opportunities in SB-SAT
Over the years, GateHouse Telecom has been a significant contributor to the development and realization of SB-SAT technology through its BGAN Protocol Stack. Today, over 80,000 BGAN terminals use GateHouse software. By using its widely used BGAN Protocol Stack, the satellite industry can address new opportunities and applications in space. SB-SAT technology enabled by the GateHouse Protocol Stack will provide unprecedented connectivity for LEO satellites and drones faster, at much less cost and with less risk compared with developing a custom communications solutions from scratch.

About GateHouse Telecom A/S
GateHouse Telecom A/S is a wholly owned subsidiary of the GateHouse Holding Group. For more than a decade, we have provided the satellite communications industry with a range of market-leading testing and software products for commercial, government and military use. Our deep knowledge and understanding of global communications infrastructures and platforms enables GateHouse Telecom to offer consultancy services for software, hardware and system integration, as well as for the preparation and evaluation of international tenders. Visit https://gatehouse.dk/telecom/

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Global Telecom Outsourcing Market 2018 Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2025

PUNE, INDIA, February 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Telecom Outsourcing Market 2018

Wiseguyreports.Com adds “Telecom Outsourcing Market –Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2023” To Its Research Database.

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This report provides in depth study of “Telecom Outsourcing Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Telecom Outsourcing Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

This report studies the global Telecom Outsourcing market, analyzes and researches the Telecom Outsourcing development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia.

This report focuses on the top players in global market, like 
Ericsson 
Huawei Technologies 
Hewlett Packard Enterprise 
Nokia Networks 
IBM Corporation 
NEC Corporation 
Cisco Systems 
Motorola Solutions 
Fujitsu Limited 
ZTE Corporation

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Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers 
United States 
EU 
Japan 
China 
India 
Southeast Asia

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into 
Call Center Outsourcing 
Finance & Accounting Outsourcing 
Billing Operations Outsourcing 
Infrastructure Maintenance Outsourcing 
Others

Market segment by Application, Telecom Outsourcing can be split into 
SMES 
Large Organizations

This report has a complete understanding of market value and quantity, technological progress, macro-economic and governmental policy based on past and present data along with the current and upcoming trends in the market.

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Global Telecom Outsourcing Market Size, Status and Forecast 2025 
1 Industry Overview of Telecom Outsourcing 
1.1 Telecom Outsourcing Market Overview 
1.1.1 Telecom Outsourcing Product Scope 
1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook 
1.2 Global Telecom Outsourcing Market Size and Analysis by Regions (2013-2018) 
1.2.1 United States 
1.2.2 EU 
1.2.3 Japan 
1.2.4 China 
1.2.5 India 
1.2.6 Southeast Asia 
1.3 Telecom Outsourcing Market by Type 
1.3.1 Call Center Outsourcing 
1.3.2 Finance & Accounting Outsourcing 
1.3.3 Billing Operations Outsourcing 
1.3.4 Infrastructure Maintenance Outsourcing 
1.3.5 Others 
1.4 Telecom Outsourcing Market by End Users/Application 
1.4.1 SMES 
1.4.2 Large Organizations

2 Global Telecom Outsourcing Competition Analysis by Players 
2.1 Telecom Outsourcing Market Size (Value) by Players (2013-2018) 
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend 
2.2.1 Market Concentration Rate 
2.2.2 Product/Service Differences 
2.2.3 New Entrants 
2.2.4 The Technology Trends in Future

3 Company (Top Players) Profiles 
3.1 Ericsson 
3.1.1 Company Profile 
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.1.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.1.5 Recent Developments 
3.2 Huawei Technologies 
3.2.1 Company Profile 
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.2.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.2.5 Recent Developments 
3.3 Hewlett Packard Enterprise 
3.3.1 Company Profile 
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.3.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.3.5 Recent Developments 
3.4 Nokia Networks 
3.4.1 Company Profile 
3.4.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.4.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.4.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.4.5 Recent Developments 
3.5 IBM Corporation 
3.5.1 Company Profile 
3.5.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.5.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.5.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.5.5 Recent Developments 
3.6 NEC Corporation 
3.6.1 Company Profile 
3.6.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.6.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.6.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.6.5 Recent Developments 
3.7 Cisco Systems 
3.7.1 Company Profile 
3.7.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.7.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.7.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.7.5 Recent Developments 
3.8 Motorola Solutions 
3.8.1 Company Profile 
3.8.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.8.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.8.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.8.5 Recent Developments 
3.9 Fujitsu Limited 
3.9.1 Company Profile 
3.9.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.9.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.9.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.9.5 Recent Developments 
3.10 ZTE Corporation 
3.10.1 Company Profile 
3.10.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.10.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.10.4 Telecom Outsourcing Revenue (Million USD) (2013-2018) 
3.10.5 Recent Developments

Continued….

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Fiber Optic Connector Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2018 – 2025

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Market Research Report On -“Fiber Optic Connector Market – Global Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2018 – 2025”

PUNE, INDIA, February 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Fiber Optic Connector Market 2018

The Fiber Optic Connector industry has also suffered a certain impact, but still maintained a relatively optimistic growth, the past four years, Fiber Optic Connector market size to maintain the average annual growth rate of -2.60% from 2890 million $ in 2013 to 2670 million $ in 2016, The analysts believe that in the next few years, Fiber Optic Connector market size will be further expanded, we expect that by 2021, The market size of the Fiber Optic Connector will reach 2950 million $.

This Report covers the manufacturers’ data, including: shipment, price, revenue, gross profit, interview record, business distribution etc., these data help the consumer know about the competitors better. This report also covers all the regions and countries of the world, which shows a regional development status, including market size, volume and value, as well as price data.

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Besides, the report also covers segment data, including: type segment, industry segment, channel segment etc. cover different segment market size, both volume and value. Also cover different industries clients information, which is very important for the manufacturers.

Section 1: Free——Definition
Section (2 3): 1200 USD——Manufacturer Detail
CommScope
Amphenol
Molex
Sumitomo Electric
Nexans Cabling solutions
Radiall
3M
JAE
HUBER + SUHNER
Corning
Yazaki
Senko
Rosenberger-OSI
Delphi
AFL
LEMO
Hirose
FIT
China Fiber Optic
Sunsea
Jonhon
Longxing
Ningbo Chitong
Huawei

Section 4: 900 USD——Region Segmentation
North America Country (United States, Canada)
South America
Asia Country (China, Japan, India, Korea)
Europe Country (Germany, UK, France, Italy)
Other Country (Middle East, Africa, GCC)

Section (5 6 7): 500 USD——
Product Type Segmentation (FC Connector, SC Connector, LC Connector, ST Connector, Others)
Industry Segmentation (Family, Commercial, Public, Others)
Channel (Direct Sales, Distributor) Segmentation

Section 8: 400 USD——Trend (2017-2021)
Section 9: 300 USD——Product Type Detail
Section 10: 700 USD——Downstream Consumer
Section 11: 200 USD——Cost Structure
Section 12: 500 USD——Conclusion

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Table of Contents –Analysis of Key Points

Section 1 Fiber Optic Connector Product Definition
Section 2 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Manufacturer Share and Market Overview
2.1 Global Manufacturer Fiber Optic Connector Shipments
2.2 Global Manufacturer Fiber Optic Connector Business Revenue
2.3 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Overview

Section 3 Manufacturer Fiber Optic Connector Business Introduction
3.1 CommScope Fiber Optic Connector Business Introduction
3.1.1 CommScope Fiber Optic Connector Shipments, Price, Revenue and Gross profit 2013-2016
3.1.2 CommScope Fiber Optic Connector Business Distribution by Region
3.1.3 CommScope Interview Record
3.1.4 CommScope Fiber Optic Connector Business Profile
3.1.5 CommScope Fiber Optic Connector Product Specification
3.2 Amphenol Fiber Optic Connector Business Introduction
3.2.1 Amphenol Fiber Optic Connector Shipments, Price, Revenue and Gross profit 2013-2016
3.2.2 Amphenol Fiber Optic Connector Business Distribution by Region
3.2.3 Interview Record
3.2.4 Amphenol Fiber Optic Connector Business Overview
3.2.5 Amphenol Fiber Optic Connector Product Specification
3.3 Molex Fiber Optic Connector Business Introduction
3.3.1 Molex Fiber Optic Connector Shipments, Price, Revenue and Gross profit 2013-2016
3.3.2 Molex Fiber Optic Connector Business Distribution by Region
3.3.3 Interview Record
3.3.4 Molex Fiber Optic Connector Business Overview
3.3.5 Molex Fiber Optic Connector Product Specification
3.4 Sumitomo Electric Fiber Optic Connector Business Introduction
3.5 Nexans Cabling solutions Fiber Optic Connector Business Introduction
3.6 Radiall Fiber Optic Connector Business Introduction

Section 4 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Region Level)
Section 5 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Product Type Level)
5.1 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Product Type Level) Market Size 2013-2016
5.2 Different Fiber Optic Connector Product Type Price 2013-2016
5.3 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Product Type Level) Analysis

Section 6 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Industry Level)
6.1 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Industry Level) Market Size 2013-2016
6.2 Different Industry Price 2013-2016
6.3 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Industry Level) Analysis

Section 7 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Channel Level)
7.1 Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Channel Level) Sales Volume and Share 2013-2016
7.2 Global Fiber Optic Connector Global Fiber Optic Connector Market Segmentation (Channel Level) Analysis

Section 8 Fiber Optic Connector Market Forecast 2017-2021
Section 9 Fiber Optic Connector Segmentation Product Type
9.1 FC Connector Product Introduction
9.2 SC Connector Product Introduction
9.3 LC Connector Product Introduction
9.4 ST Connector Product Introduction
9.5 Others Product Introduction

Section 10 Fiber Optic Connector Segmentation Industry
10.1 Family Clients
10.2 Commercial Clients
10.3 Public Clients
10.4 Others Clients

Section 11 Fiber Optic Connector Cost of Production Analysis
11.1 Raw Material Cost Analysis
11.2 Technology Cost Analysis
11.3 Labor Cost Analysis
11.4 Cost Overview

Section 12 Conclusion
..…..Continued

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TeleScope Application on NoviFlow NoviSwitches Uses AI to Enable Real-Time Visibility into Video Flows in Live Networks

Machine Learning and AI can be used for Tier 1 carriers, network infrastructure providers and enterprises to manage video and VR traffic without massive cybersecurity and network management upgrades.”

— Dominique Jodoin, President and CEO of NoviFlow

BARCELONA, SPAIN, February 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — University of New South Wales' Machine Learning-Based Application Combined with NoviSwitches Offers Carriers, ISPs, and Enterprises Unprecedented Price/Performance for Real-Time Video Classification in an Operational Network

NoviFlow Inc., a leading vendor of high-performance OpenFlow-based switching and routing solutions, and UNSW, a world top-100 university with deep expertise in SDN applications that leverage machine learning and artificial intelligence technology, today announced that their joint TeleScope solution is in live trials with network operators.

NoviFlow issued the news from Mobile World Congress #MWC18 Booth 7M11, where the company is demonstrating its solutions.

Carriers and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) worldwide are facing a formidable challenge in coping with the volume of video traffic in their network. Streaming video already accounts for more than half of Internet traffic in most countries. These video flows needlessly drive up the costs of network security appliances by consuming deep-packet inspection and intrusion detection resources even though they are not themselves a direct vector for the propagation of malware and viruses. This situation is only slated to worsen with the growing use of 4K video and Virtual and Augmented Reality applications that will generate yet more video.

The TeleScope application:

—Combines the separation of control and data planes of Software Defined Networks (SDN) with the analytical capabilities of Machine Learning to identify video flows and treat them differently from other large data transfers – such as file transfers – that do need to be examined for malware and other cyber threats.

— Provides carriers and ISPs with the ability to bypass video traffic around expensive network security and packet inspection servers, slashing service delivery costs by up to 60%, reducing management complexity and the impact of new video products and services on existing infrastructure.

— TeleScope leverages NoviFlow's NoviWare NOS, which uses the advanced packet handling capabilities of programmable forwarding planes to significantly boost throughput, offer enhanced filtering options at line rates of 1 Gbps, 10 Gbps, 25 Gbps, 40 Gbps, and 100 Gbps, and support up to 6 million simultaneous flows and up to 6.5 Tbps of packet forwarding capacity on Barefoot Networks' industry leading Tofino chip.

— The NoviWare/Telescope solution was specifically designed to simultaneously support in a single device multiple network services such as switching, routing, service chaining, firewalling, load balancing, etc.

Dominique Jodoin, President and CEO of NoviFlow, said, "The onslaught of video and VR traffic in networks has become a major issue in most large-scale networks. These trials demonstrate how Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence can be used to enable Tier 1 carriers, network infrastructure providers, and enterprises to face the onslaught without requiring massive upgrades of their cybersecurity and network management resources. We are honored to collaborate with such a distinguished partner as UNSW to offer game-changing Carrier and ISP Services that drive down the costs of running large-scale networks."

Vijay Sivaraman, Professor at UNSW, explained, "Neither hardware-only (middle-boxes) nor software-only (VNF) solutions can perform network functions in a scalable and cost-effective manner to match the growth of traffic in carrier and enterprise networks. SDN enables us to marry the benefits of the two by decoupling forwarding of long-flow packets in hardware from analysis and inference of flow behavior in software. We are very excited to be working with the proven SDN technology and team from NoviFlow to develop and deploy new applications that use AI to enable unprecedented visibility into individual video streams for network operators and scale the solution cost-effectively to high data rates."

ABOUT NOVIFLOW

NoviFlow Inc. provides high-performance OpenFlow-based switching solutions to network carriers, data center operators and enterprises seeking greater control, security and flexibility over their networks. NoviFlow has offices in Montreal, Sunnyvale and Seattle, and representatives in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East. For more information, please visit http://noviflow.com/. Follow NoviFlow on Twitter @NoviFlowInc.

ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

UNSW Sydney is one of Australia's leading research and teaching Universities, ranked 45th in the World by QS and 78th by Times Higher Education. It has produced more technology entrepreneurs in the past 15 years, and more millionaire alumni, than any other Australian University. The Faculty of Engineering is the largest and ranked #1 in Australia, and #31 in the world by QS. The University has a strong history of research in the areas of Telecommunications, software, and artificial intelligence, and is globally recognized for its strong links to industry and commercialization.

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