Food Antioxidants Market Thrives as Packaged Food Sees High Demand

San Francisco, California, October 27, 2017: A recent market research report by TMR Research presents a detailed overview of the global market for food antioxidants. The report, titled “Food Antioxidants Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025,” presents a detailed analytical overview of the market, its state of development in the present scenario, and predicts its course of development over the period between 2017 and 2025.

The report states that the market will expand at a promising pace over the said period, with factors such as the rising consumption of processed meats, snacks, and drinks, especially across developing countries playing a key role in its overall development. Moreover, the thriving processed and packaged food and beverages industry is also expected to have a significant positive impact on the overall development of the global market.

However, certain factors such as the low level of awareness among consumers regarding the several benefits of food antioxidants in terms of improving the shelf life of food products and the high costs of natural foods could play a role in curbing the growth prospects of the market to a certain extent in the next few years. Moreover, the relatively high cost of packaging foods with antioxidants owing to stringent regulations in developed regions and the requisition of multi-page labelling could also pose restrictions on the overall development of the global food antioxidants market to a certain extent. Nonetheless, the vast set of untapped growth opportunities in developing economies have the potential of providing traction to the overall market.

From a geographical standpoint, the report presents an overview of the food antioxidants market across regions such as North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific. Of these, the market in Asia Pacific is presently the dominant contributor of revenue to the global market and is likely to retain its top spot over the report’s forecast period as well.

The Asia Pacific food antioxidants market is also expected to exhibit growth at a robust pace over the report’s forecast period chiefly owing to the rapidly expanding population in emerging economies in the region and the increased preference to prepared meals and packaged food products. Moreover, the affluent middle-class population is also willing to pay more for convenience and is preferring ready-to-eat preparations. All these factors will continue to make Asia Pacific one of the most promising regional markets for food antioxidants over the report’s forecast period.

The report also presents thorough insights into the vendor landscape of the global food antioxidants market. With the help of detailed business profiles of several leading vendors operating on regional, domestic, and international platforms, several case studies depicting the prominent strategies adopted by leading vendors to stay ahead of competition, and recent developments, the report presents a comprehensive overview of the competitive scenario.

The rising number of companies in the market is making the level of competition intense and is compelling companies to come up with innovative marketing strategies and products to expand their consumer bases and retain their hold on the market. Some of the leading companies in the global food antioxidants market profiled in the report are E.I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company, Koninklijke DSM N.V., Kalsec Inc., Camlin Fine Sciences, Ltd., Barentz Group, Eastman Chemical Company, Archer Daniels Midland Company, BASF SE, Kemin Industries, Inc., and Frutarom, Ltd.

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Asia Pacific Stands Out as Heavy Industries Boom

San Francisco, California, October 26, 2017: TMR Research states the global industrial plugs and sockets market is slated to witness a steady growth rate in the coming years. The research report, titled “Industrial Plugs & Sockets Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025,” has been compiled using primary and secondary research methodologies. The investigative approach of the research analysts allows to readers to get a microscopic view of the global market. The publication highlights the drivers, strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities present in the global market. The detailed analysis of the important segments of the global market emphasize the trends that are likely to shape the trajectory of the overall market in the coming years.

The research report states that the global industrial plugs and sockets market is likely to find impetus as the demand for consumer goods picks up pace. The rising sale of appliances has played an important role in soaring sale of plugs and sockets, which are used for securing electric connection for equipment. These plugs and sockets are used in every industrial sector. Their impact resistant, splash proof, heart resistant, and dust proof qualities make them the best choice for ensuring smooth appliance usage. Growing sophistication of industrial plugs and sockets has also offered several lucrative opportunities to the overall market.

The rapid technological advancements in production of these plugs and sockets has also propelled the market. The growing employment and improving disposable income has also led to a fertile ground for growth for the market. Affordable prices of industrial plugs and sockets have also allowed the market to flourish in recent years.

The end users of industrial plugs and sockets are power generation, oil and gas, chemical and pharmaceutical, heavy industries, and other industries. Out of these, the analysts predict that the heavy industries are expected to lead the pack. Thus, progress of heavy industries such as construction, metals & mining, food processing, textile, and automotive is likely to have direct impact on the global market. Analysts predict that emerging economies will see a huge uptake of industrial plugs and sockets as these countries are likely to see heavy investment in various sectors in coming years.

Regionally, the global industrial plugs and sockets market is segmented into Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, and the Middle East and Africa. Out of these, the Asia Pacific market is slated to lead the pack. Emergence of heavy industries in the region such as steel, automotive, shipping, and other manufacturing industries are expected to drive this regional market in the near future. Rising investments by big players in the region are also anticipated to boost this market over the forecast period.

Some of the leading players operating in the global industrial plugs and sockets market are Marechal Electric Group, Scame Group, Legrand SA, Mennekes, Palazzoli Group, Amphenol Corporation, Schneider Electric, and Marechal Electric Company. The research report provides a detailed explanation of the competitive landscape present in the global market. It evaluates the research and development statuses of these leading players, their financial outlooks, and their business strategies for coming years. Additionally, with the help of Porter’s five forces analysis the research report highlights the threat to the existing players from new entrants. The exhaustive report inspects the micro and macro-economic aspects pertaining to the overall market to determine its development in the coming years.

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Cloud Services a Boon for SDx Market but Data Privacy a Concern

San Francisco, California, Oct 25, 2017: A recent business and commerce study by TMR Research has assured the stockholders that the demand in the global software-defined anything (SDx) market will expand at a robust CAGR during the forecast period of 2017 to 2025. The fresh study, titled “Software-Defined Anything Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025,” has been compiled by professional market research analysts and aspires to serve as a business tool for its targeted audiences such as software-defined technology providers, data centers, software deployment and integration providers, government research agencies and private research organizations, technical universities, and market research and consulting firms.

The report is a result of primary and secondary research that involved consultancy with market experts. Beginning with an overview of the current scenario of the SDx market, the report analyzes various factors including drivers, restraints, and trends, segments it into smaller aspects, gauges the potential of every important region, and throws light on the competitive landscape by profiling a number of leading vendors for their business strategies, product portfolio, and geographical presence.

As per the findings of the report, some of the key factors that will favor the software-defined anything market in the near future are: ability of these software to optimize the cost of hardware installed, increasing demand for cloud services, growing need for new network architecture for server virtualization, and rise of new software defined concepts. With increased access to the network, end users can now control a range of portable and traditional devices, and the shift toward promoting a greater role for software systems will continue to expand. On the other hand, the lack of industry standards for vendors implementation, absence of skilled workforce for effective deployment of SDx infrastructure, data privacy issues, and lack of enhanced power and cooling infrastructure that is required to support the equipment are some of the obstructions that must be overcome by the vendors of software-defined anything market in the near future.

Technology-wise, the global software-defined anything market can be segmented into software-defined data center (SDDC), software-defined networking (SDN), and software-defined storage (SDS). In the current scenario, telecom and ITES verticals are increasingly adopting SDA technologies and account for the major demand share of this segment, as these technologies can centrally control and manage the entire data center resources, including cooling and power. Based on end-use industry, the market can be bifurcated into banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), telecom and ITES, education, logistics and warehouse, consumer goods and retail, government and defense, and healthcare. On the basis of service, the market can be classified into integration and deployment, consulting, and managed services, whereas based on deployment mode, the market can be categorized into on-premise and cloud-based.

Geographically, the report takes stock of the potential of software-defined anything market in every important region such as North America, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East and Africa. For each of these regions, the report not only providers demand and independent growth rates, it also picks out the important countries that the vendors should be concentrating on in order to extract maximum profits.

As far as the competitive landscape is concerned, the report has detected an evolving scenario wherein product development is of great essence. A number of companies are currently venturing into the market and most of them are focused on acquiring small companies in order to enhance their product portfolio and virtualization of offerings. The report identifies Microsoft, Cisco, EMC2, IBM, Citrix, HP, and VMware as some of the key companies currently operating in the global SDx market.

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Use of STM to Make Transistors Smaller and Better

A research association between the Nara Institute of Science and Technology and Osaka University for the very first time made use of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) to make images of 3D silicon crystals that are atomically flat side surfaces. This research helps manufacturers of semiconductors to consistently innovate while manufacturing faster, smaller, and better energy efficient computer chips for smartphones and computers.

The present day microprocessors are manufactured by adding newer circuit patterns to the flat silicon wafers. A new way to integrated more number of transistors in the same area is to assemble 3D structures. FETs or the fin-type field effect transistors are called as such due they have the fin like structures of silicon that stretches into the air, off the face of the microprocessor chip. However, this newly developed method needs a crystal of silicon with a precisely flat side and top surfaces, instead of only flat top surface used in the current devices. The design of these next generation of chips will need fresh knowledge of the structures of atoms of the side surfaces.

Now, the scientists at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology and the Osaka University report that they used STM to mirror the side surface of a crystal of silicon. This activity was done for the first time. STM is strong technique that permits silicon atoms to be located individually. By moving an acute tip very near to the sample, the electron are able to jump across the void and produce an electrical flow or current. It is expected that this new found process will help in making transistors smaller and better with time.