LTE Support of the Smart Grid Solutions, Applications, and Market Outlook

Electric power system delivery has often been cited as the greatest and most complex mechanism ever built. It consists of a vast amount of infrastructure including wires, cables, towers, transformers and circuit breakers. The so-called "Smart Grid" is expected to bring dramatic improvements in everything from general network management to demand response and other demand-side improvements. Ultimately it will help the supply-side as new technologies are implemented that create efficiencies for utilities.

LTE Support of the Smart Grid Solutions, Applications, and Market Outlook

LTE Support of the Smart Grid Solutions

LTE Support of the Smart Grid Solutions Market

While there are many potential approaches for communications and signaling, including fixed network broadband and various wireless methods and procedures, Fourth Generation (4G) cellular (specifically LTE) is a viable option for implementation and operation. This report evaluates current Smart Grid infrastructure and applications and looks into its future. This research analyzes the role of telecommunication in Smart Grid applications and the specific benefits of the LTE. The reader will be able to identify and understand the benefits of the LTE as well as challenges and potential solutions.

Audience:


Smart Grid infrastructure, services and integration companies
Telecom operators and other broadband service providers
LTE application developers and service integrators
Next Generation application and service providers
LTE infrastructure and equipment providers
Infrastructure privacy/security companies
OSS/BSS vendors and service providers
Electrical utilities
Governmental Agencies


Table of Contents:

1.0EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5
2.0SMART GRID 6
2.1DRIVERS FOR SMART GRID 8
2.2SMART GRID FUNCTIONALITY 11
2.3THE SMART GRID BENEFITS FOR THE CONSUMER AND THE ENTERPRISE 11
2.4SMART GRID ARCHITECTURE 15
2.4.1 GOALS OF THE SMART GRID 15
2.4.2 FUTURE TRENDS OF THE SMART GRID 20
2.4.3 CASE STUDY: USING THE SMART GRID 20
2.4.4 SMART GRID AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES 23
3.0SMART GRID IN LTE 24
3.1TELECOMS AND SMART GRID 25
3.2EVOLUTION OF THE TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY27
3.3FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES FOR A UNIVERSAL RADIO ENVIRONMENT 28
3.4FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES FOR A UNIVERSAL RADIO ENVIRONMENT TDD SYSTEM 29
3.5FEATURES OF FUTURE TDD SYSTEM 30
3.6CHALLENGES OF THE TDD SYSTEM 30
3.7THE UPCOMING TECHNOLOGY OF TDD SYSTEM 31
3.8TDD TOPOLOGY 31
3.9RADIO ACCESS NETWORK (RAN) 32
3.9.1 ENERGY SAVING IN LTE 32
3.10 WORLDWIDE LTE DEPLOYMENT 33
3.10.1 LTE DEPLOYMENT PLANS BY COMPANY 33
3.10.2 LTE DEPLOYMENT PLANS BY REGION 35
3.10.3 THE US MARKET 35
3.10.4 THE MEXICAN MARKET 37
3.10.5 THE CANADIAN MARKET 38
3.10.6 THE PUERTO RICAN MARKET 38
3.10.7 THE COLOMBIAN MARKET 38
3.10.8 CHILE MARKET 38
3.10.9 THE BRAZILIAN MARKET 39
3.10.10 ADVANCED METERING INFRASTRUCTURE (AMI) 39
3.10.11 AMI NETWORK 40
3.10.12 DEPLOYING AMI 41
3.10.13 SMART METERS 41
3.10.14 EVOLUTION OF THE SMART GRID 45
3.11 CASE STUDY: HOW CAN WIRELESS NETWORKS SUPPORTS THE SMART GRID 47
3.11.1 RADIO FREQUENCY MESH NETWORKS 47
3.12 3G NETWORK SUPPORT FOR THE SMART GRID 50
3.12.1 CHARACTERISTICS OF 3G SYSTEMS 51
3.12.2 3G NETWORKS SUPPORT FOR THE SMART GRID 52
3.13 MACHINE-TO-MACHINE (M2M) AND SMART GRID 53
3.13.1 M2M BUILDING BLOCKS 54
3.13.2 M2M EVOLUTION55
3.13.3 WIRELESS TRANSPORT OF M2M DATA TO AND FROM THE MONITORING FACILITY 56
3.13.4 THE BACK-END OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE56
3.13.5 M2M SOLUTION BUILDING BLOCKS: A MORE IN-DEPTH VIEW 58
3.13.6 THE MACHINE THE CUSTOMER INTENDS TO MONITOR AND CONTROL 58
3.13.7 THE IN-FIELD HARDWARE DEVICE CREATED BY THE HARDWARE VENDOR 58
3.13.8 WIRELESS NETWORK 58
3.13.9 THE BACK-END SERVER 59
3.13.10 THE INTERNET 59
3.13.11 THE CUSTOMER FACILITY FOR MONITORING AND CONTROLLING THE MACHINES 59
3.13.13 WIMAX 60
3.13.14 ZIGBEE 60
3.13.15 6LOWPAN60
3.14 LATEST AND UPCOMING TECHNOLOGIES FOR TELECOM IN THE M2M DOMAIN 61
3.14.1 PICOCELL 61
3.14.2 FEMTOCELL 62
3.14.3 MICROCELLS 62
3.14.4 ADVANTAGES AND WORKING PRINCIPLE 63
3.14.5 PROTOTYPE OF ZEPPELIN BASED COMMUNICATION BACKBONE 65
3.14.6 OVERVIEW 68
3.14.7 PRODUCT ANALYSIS 70
3.14.8 MAXIMUM DURATION ALOFT: 18 MONTHS 70
3.14.9 3G 71
3.14.10 4G 72
3.14.11 KNOWN BOTTLENECKS IN 4G 74
3.14.12 LTE 74
3.14.13 INTELLIGENT SENSORS 76
3.15 M2M APPLICATIONS 77
3.15.1 M2M IN AUTOMATION 77
3.15.2 M2M IN TELECOMMUNICATION79
3.15.3 M2M IN ENERGY AND SMART METERING SYSTEM 80
3.16 WIMAX SUPPORT FOR THE SMART GRID 81
3.17 LTE AND 4G SUPPORT FOR THE SMART GRID 81
3.18 LTE IN GENERAL 81
3.18.1 HISTORY OF NGN AND LTE 83
3.18.2 LTE KEY TECHNOLOGIES 83
3.19 LTE ARCHITECTURE 86
3.19.1 SERVICE ARCHITECTURE 87
3.20 MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS 4TH GENERATION AND LTE 87
3.20.1 TARGET OF 4G SYSTEM 88
3.20.2 APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES OF 4G SYSTEM 89
3.20.3 TELE PRESENCE 89
3.20.4 INFORMATION ACCESS 89
3.20.5 INTER-MACHINE COMMUNICATION 89
3.20.6 INTELLIGENT SHOPPING 89
3.20.7 LOCATION-BASED SERVICES 89
3.20.8 LBS IN GENERAL 90
3.20.9 TECHNIQUES 91
3.20.10 CELL ID-BASED LOCATION 92
3.20.11 TERMINAL-BASED LOCATION TECHNIQUES 93
3.20.12 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) 94
3.20.13 GPS DISADVANTAGES 94
3.20.14 LOCATION ARCHITECTURE AND INTERFACES 95
3.20.15 PROTOCOLS BASED ON PLAIN-TEXT XML 96
3.20.16 ROAMING LOCATION PROTOCOL (RLP) 97
3.20.17 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MLP AND RLP 98
3.20.18 ADDING LOCATION VALUE 99
3.20.19 APPLICATIONS AND CONTENT 100
3.20.20 KEY SERVICE ADVANCES 101
3.20.21 DEVICES DEVELOPMENTS 103
3.20.22 NETWORK INTERFACES 103
3.20.23 MOBILE INTERFACES 104
3.20.24 HIGH-PERFORMANCE BROADBAND SYSTEMS STRATEGIES 105
3.20.25 EDGE/HSPA/LTE FEATURES 2011-2014 107
3.20.26 ADOPTION OF TECHNOLOGIES TO 2030108
3.21 MIGRATION FROM THE CURRENT NETWORKS TO LTE STRATEGIES 109
3.21.1 WIMAX WITH LTE111
3.22 COMPARISON BETWEEN LTE SOLUTIONS 113
3.22.1 THROUGHPUT PERFORMANCE 114
3.23 LTE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS 116
3.23.1 LATENCY 117
3.23.2 EFFICIENCY 117
3.23.1 LTE BENEFITS FOR THE SMART GRID 120
3.24 FEMTOCELL TECHNOLOGY 121
3.24.1 FEMTOCELL FEATURES 123
3.24.2 FEMTOCELL ISSUES 123
3.24.3 DEPLOYING LTE FEMTOCELL STRATEGIES 124
3.24.4 FEMTOCELL ACCESS CONTROL STRATEGY 126
3.24.5 LTE FEMTOCELL TECHNICAL ISSUES 127
3.24.6 PRIVACY OF FEMTOCELL 129
3.25 LTE FEMTOCELL APPLICATIONS AND INTEGRATIONS 133
3.25.1 USING RFID WITH FEMTOCELLS 134
3.25.2 USING WIRELESS SENSORS 135
3.25.3 FUTURE OF FEMTOCELLS136
3.25.4 ROI OF THE FEMTOCELLS138
3.25.5 FEMTOCELL SUPPORT FOR THE SMART GRID APPLICATIONS 139
4.0SMART GRID MARKET OUTLOOK141
4.1WORLDWIDE ELECTRICITY DEMAND FOR THE SMART GRID 141
4.1.1 ELECTRICITY DEMAND AND THE USE OF THE SMART GRID 141

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Italy PV Inverter Industry 2012 Deep Research Report

Italy PV Inverter Industry 2012 Deep Research Report

Italy PV Inverter Industry

Description


2012 Deep Research Report on Italy PV Inverter Industry>was published by QYResearch Solar Energy Research Center on Jan 2012. It was a professional and depth research report on Italy PV Inverter Industry. Firstly the report describes the background knowledge of PV Inverter, including Concepts Classification production process technical parameters; then statistics International 8 and Italy 28 PV Inverter Manufacturers PV Inverter product Capacity production cost price production value profit margins and other relevant data, statistics these enterprises PV Inverter products, customers, raw materials, company background information, then summary statistics and analysis the relevant data on these enterprises. The report got Italy PV Inverter companies production market share,grid on grid off and small power(?10KW) middle power(10-100KW) large power(>100KW) PV Inverter production market share, Italy PV Inverter demand supply and shortage, Italy PV Inverter 2009 -2016 production price cost profit production value profit margins, etc. At the same time, The report analyzed and discussed supply and demand changes in PV Inverter market and business development strategies, conduct a comprehensive analysis on Italy PV Inverter industry trends. Finally, the report also introduced 100MW/year new PV Inverter project Feasibility analysis and related research conclusions. In a word, It was a depth research report on Italy PV Inverter industry. And thanks to the support and assistance from PV Inverter industry chain related experts and enterprises during QYResearch LED team survey and interview.


Table of Contents

Chapter One PV Inverter Industry Overview 1
1.1 Definition 1
1.2 Classification and Application 3
1.3 Industry Chain Structure 4
1.4 PV Inverter Industry Development Trend 4

Chapter Two PV Inverter Manufacturing Process and Cost Structure 12
2.1 PV Inverter Manufacturing Process 12
2.2 PV Inverter Cost Structure 12
2.3 PV Inverter Price Analysis 13

Chapter Three PV Inverter Productions Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast 14
3.1 PV Inverter Productions Overview 14
3.2 Small Power (?10KW) Middle Power(10-100KW) Large Power(>100KW) PV Inverter Production Market Share 23
3.3 Grid On Grid Off PV Inverter Production Market Share 24
3.4 PV Inverter Demand 25
3.5 PV Inverter Supply Demand and Shortage 25
3.6 PV Inverter Cost Price Production Value Profit Margin 26

Chapter Four PV Inverter Key Manufacturer 27
4.1 SMA (Germany) 27
4.2 Power-one (USA) 30
4.3 Fronius (Austria) 33
4.4 Satcon (USA) 35
4.5 Advanced Energy (USA) 38
4.6 KACO (Germany) 40
4.7 Ingeteam (Spain) 42
4.8 Siemens (Germany) 45
4.9 RPS Spa (Italy) 47
4.10 Senso Tecnologie S.r.l (Italy) 50
4.11 SIEL S.p.A. (Italy) 54
4.12 SOCOMEC Group (Italy) 57
4.13 Solarig Italia Srl (Italy) 59
4.14 Valenia spa (Italy) 62
4.15 Siacenergy (Italy) 64
4.16 Eclipse Italia s.r.l. (Italy) 68
4.17 Equipaggiamenti Elettronici Industriali S.r.l (Italy) 71
4.18 Elettronica Santerno S.p.A (Italy) 73
4.19 ELPOWER (Italy) 76
4.20 Fimer S.p.A. (Italy) 79
4.21 FVG Energy srl (Italy) 82
4.22 G-Tec Europe srl (Italy) 84
4.23 GEFRAN S.p.A. Drive & Motion Control Unit (Italy) 87
4.24 Helios Technology srl (Italy) 90
4.25 IREM SPA (Italy) 93
4.26 Italcoel Srl (Italy) 97
4.27 Layer Electronics S.r.l. (Italy) 101
4.28 LEF srl (Italy) 105
4.29 MX Group S.p.A. (Italy) 109
4.30 Answer Drives S.r.l. (Italy) 113
4.31 Aros Solar Technology (RPS SpA) (Italy) 117
4.32 RPS S.p.A. (Italy) 121
4.33 Astrid Energy Enterprises Spa (Italy) 129
4.34 Bonfiglioli Riduttori S.P.A. (Italy) 132
4.35 Carlo Gavazzi Automation SpA (Italy) 136
4.36 Others 140

Chapter Five Downstream Application Analysis 140
5.1 Italy PV Inverter Demand Analysis 140
5.2 International Market PV Inverter Demand Analysis 142

Chapter Six Feasibility Analysis of New PV Inverter Project 144
6.1 Opportunity and Risk of PV Inverter Project 144
6.2 Feasibility Analysis of 100MW/Year New PV Inverter Project 144

Chapter Seven Italy PV Inverter Industry Research Conclusions 145

Tables and Figures

Figure PV Inverter Picture 1
Table PV Inverter Classification and Application List 3
Figure PV Inverter Industry Chain Structure 4
Figure PV Inverter Manufacturing Process Flow 12
Table 2011 Italy PV Inverter Cost Structure (USD/W) 13
Table 2009-2016 Italy PV Inverter Different Type Product Price (USD/W) List 13
Table 2009-2016 Global 35 Manufacturers PV Inverter Capacity and Total Capacity (MW) List 14
Table 2009-2016 Global 35 Manufacturers PV Inverter Capacity Market Share List 15
Table 2009-2016 Global 35 Manufacturers PV Inverter Production and Total Production (MW) List 15
Table 2009-2016 Global 35 Manufacturers PV Inverter Production Market Share List 16
Figure 2009-2016 Global PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 18
Table 2009-2016 Global PV Inverter Capacity Utilization Rate List 18
Table 2009-2016 Italy 27 Manufacturers PV Inverter Capacity and Total Capacity (MW) List 19
Table 2009-2016 Italy 27 Manufacturers PV Inverter Capacity Market Share List 19
Table 2009-2016 Italy 27 Manufacturers PV Inverter Production and Total Production (MW) List 20
Table 2009-2016 Italy 27 Manufacturers PV Inverter Production Market Share List 21
Figure 2009-2016 Italy PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 22
Table 2009-2016 Italy PV Inverter Capacity Utilization Rate List 23
Table 2009-2016 Italy Key Manufacturers Small Power (?10KW) Middle Power(10-100KW) Large Power(>100KW) PV Inverter Production and Total Production (MW) List 23
Table 2009-2016 Italy Key Manufacturers Small Power (?10KW) Middle Power(10-100KW) Large Power(>100KW) PV Inverter Production Market Share List 24
Table 2009-2016 Italy Key Manufacturers Grid On Grid Off PV Inverter Production and Total Production (MW) List 24
Table 2009-2016 Italy Key Manufacturers Grid On Grid Off PV Inverter Production Market Share List 24
Table 2009-2016 Italy PV Inverter Demand (MW) and Growth Rate 25
Table 2009-2016 Global PV Inverter Demand (MW) and Growth Rate 25
Table 2009-2016 Global PV Inverter Supply Demand and Shortage (MW) List 25
Table 2009-2016 Italy PV Inverter Supply Demand and Shortage (MW) List 26
Table 2009-2016 Global PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 26
Table 2009-2016 Italy PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 26
Table SMA Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 27
Table 2009-2016 SMA PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 28
Figure 2009-2016 SMA PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 29
Table Power-one Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 30
Table 2009-2016 Power-one PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 31
Figure 2009-2016 Power-one PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 32
Table Fronius Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 33
Table 2009-2016 Fronius PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 34
Figure 2009-2016 Fronius PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 35
Table Satcon Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 35
Table 2009-2016 Satcon PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 37
Figure 2009-2016 Satcon PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 37
Table Advanced Energy Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 38
Table 2009-2016 Advanced Energy PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 39
Figure 2009-2016 Advanced Energy PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 40
Table KACO Company Information (Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 40
Table 2009-2016 KACOPV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 42
Figure 2009-2016 KACOPV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 42
Table Ingeteam Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 43
Table 2009-2016 Ingeteam PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 44
Figure 2009-2016 Ingeteam PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 45
Table Siemens Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 45
Table 2009-2016 Siemens PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 47
Figure 2009-2016 Siemens PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 47
Table RPS Spa Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 48
Table 2009-2016 RPS Spa PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 49
Figure 2009-2016 RPS Spa PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 50
Table Senso Tecnologie Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 50
Table 2009-2016 Senso Tecnologie PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 53
Figure 2009-2016 Senso Tecnologie PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 54
Table SIEL Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 55
Table 2009-2016 SIELPV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 56
Figure 2009-2016 SIELPV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 57
? SOCOMEC Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 57
Table 2009-2016 SOCOMEC PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 58
Figure 2009-2016 SOCOMEC PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 59
Table Solarig Italia Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 59
Table 2009-2016 Solarig Italia PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 61
Figure 2009-2016 Solarig Italia PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 62
Table Valenia Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 62
Table 2009-2016 Valenia PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 63
Figure 2009-2016 Valenia PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 64
Table Siacenergy Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 65
Table 2009-2016 Siacenergy PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 67
Figure 2009-2016 Siacenergy PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 68
Table Eclipse Italia Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 68
Table 2009-2016 Eclipse Italia PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 70
Figure 2009-2016 Eclipse Italia PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 70
Table Equipaggiamenti Elettronici Industriali Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 71
Table 2009-2016 Equipaggiamenti Elettronici Industriali PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 72
Figure 2009-2016 Equipaggiamenti Elettronici Industriali PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 73
Table Elettronica Santerno Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 74
Table 2009-2016 Elettronica Santerno PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 75
Figure 2009-2016 Elettronica Santerno PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 76
Table ELPOWER Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 76
Table 2009-2016 ELPOWER PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 78
Figure 2009-2016 ELPOWER PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 79
Table Fimer Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 79
Table 2009-2016 Fimer PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 81
Figure 2009-2016 Fimer PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 81
Table FVG Energy Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 82
Table 2009-2016 FVG Energy PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 83
Figure 2009-2016 FVG Energy PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 84
Table G-Tec Europe Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 84
Table 2009-2016 G-Tec Europe PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 86
Figure 2009-2016 G-Tec Europe PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 87
Table GEFRAN S.p.A Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 87
Table 2009-2016 GEFRAN S.p.A PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 89
Figure 2009-2016 GEFRAN S.p.A PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 89
Table Helios Technology Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 90
Table 2009-2016 Helios Technology PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 92
Figure 2009-2016 Helios Technology PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 93
Table IREM SPA Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 94
Table 2009-2016 IREM SPA PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 96
Figure 2009-2016 IREM SPA PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 97
Table Italcoel Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 98
Table 2009-2016 Italcoel PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 100
Figure 2009-2016 Italcoel PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 101
Table Layer Electronics Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 101
Table 2009-2016 Layer Electronics PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 104
Figure 2009-2016 Layer Electronics PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 105
Table LEF Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 105
Table 2009-2016 LEF PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 108
Figure 2009-2016 LEF PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 109
Table MX Group Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 109
Table 2009-2016 MX Group PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 112
Figure 2009-2016 MX Group PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 113
Table Answer Drives Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 113
Table 2009-2016 Answer Drives PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 116
Figure 2009-2016 Answer Drives PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 117
Table Aros Solar Technology Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 117
Table 2009-2016 Aros Solar Technology PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 120
Figure 2009-2016 Aros Solar Technology PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 121
Table RPS S.p.A Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 125
Table 2009-2016 RPS S.p.A PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 128
Figure 2009-2016 RPS S.p.A PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 128
Table Astrid Energy Enterprises Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 129
Table 2009-2016 Astrid Energy Enterprises PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 131
Figure 2009-2016 Astrid Energy Enterprises PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 132
Table Bonfiglioli Riduttori Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 132
Table 2009-2016 Bonfiglioli Riduttori PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 135
Figure 2009-2016 Bonfiglioli Riduttori PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 136
Table Carlo Gavazzi Automation Company Information(Products, Revenue, Raw Materials,Clients and Orders, Capacity Manufacturing Base, Expansion Plan,Market Position, Contacts etc 13 items) 136
Table 2009-2016 Carlo Gavazzi Automation PV Inverter Production (MW) Price Cost Profit ($/W) Production Value (Million$) Profit Margin List 139
Figure 2009-2016 Carlo Gavazzi Automation PV Inverter Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 139
Table 2011 Italy PV Inverter Project Opportunities and Risks List 144
Table Feasibility Analysis of 100MW/Year New PV Inverter Project 144

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Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) and Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs) Market Report 2012

Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) and Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs) Market Report 2012

Circulating Tumor Cells Market (CTCs Market) and Cancer Stem Cells Market ( CSCs Market )

Description

This is the latest and most up-to-date Market Report from Select Biosciences addressing the circulating tumor cells (CTCs) and cancer stem cells (CSCs) fields. In this report, we focus upon the biology of CTCs and CSCs as well as explore the inter-relationship between these cell types based upon molecular events. Also presented are research trends which are for the isolation and study of CTCs, a potentially important tool for cancer diagnostics with special relevance to cancer metastatic mechanisms

This report analyzes the CTCs marketplace from a technical as well as market perspective describing the biology of CTCs, methodologies currently in use for the purification and study of CTCs, as well as the market landscape for CTCs.

This report also describes the current state of the CSC marketplace based on data from research, market landscape, and clinical trial angles

This is the first report in its class providing a technical as well as a market analysis of CTCs and CSCs. Data in this report includes a primary market survey performed describing the research trends currently in the CTCs and CSCs spaces including:

Surface markers currently used to study CTCs and CSCs
Intracellular signaling pathways analyzed in CSCs
Quantitative Breakout of Cancer Classes where CTCs are being studied
Market Shares of Vendors Offering Products into the CTC and CSC Spaces
Breakout of the Marketplace vis-?-vis Technologies/Approaches for Study of CTCs
Quantitative Market Metrics for CTCs Space: Quantitative Market Forecast, Growth Rate

This data-driven characterization of the CTCs and CSCs landscape is a hands-on document that can be used for competitive benchmarking, business planning, and strategy development?all the data that have been collected in this industry analysis are presented and they form the basis for the conclusions drawn throughout the market report presented in a format enabling ?drag-and-drop? into business presentations/business plans.

Extensive Technical and Market Analyses
Presented in this Report


Biology of Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) and Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs)
Characteristics of CTCs and DTCs
EMT Signaling Pathways and Molecular Effectors
Markers for CSCs
Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) Research Approaches
Methodologies for Study/Analysis of CTCs
CTC Detection Approaches
New Molecular Targets for CTC Detection Broadening the ?CTC Classes? in Various Types of Cancer
Advantages and Disadvantages of Various CTC Analysis Approaches
Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) and Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs) Market Landscape
CTCs and CSCs: Primary Market Research Data, Research Trends
Product Market Shares
Quantitative Market Metrics: Market Sizing, Growth Rate
Clinical Trial Quantitative Metrics and Analysis


Table of Content

Chapter I. Executive Overview: Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs)
and Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs) Spaces

Chapter II.Biology of Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) and
Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs)
Biology of CTCs
Characteristics of CTCs and DTCs
EMT
Different Classes of EMT
EMT Signaling Pathways and Molecular Effectors
Interrelationship between EMT, CTCs and the Metastatic Cascade
Biology of CSCs
Markers for CSCs
EMT-Associated Molecules for CTC Therapeutic Targeting

Chapter III.Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) Research
Approaches
Methodologies for Study/Analysis of CTCs
CTC Detection Approaches
CellSearch? System
AdnaTest?
CTC Chip
Microfluidics
ELISPOT
Telomescan?
Other Approaches
Markers for RT-PCR-based Detection of CTCs
New Molecular Targets for CTC Detection
Advantages and Disadvantages of CTC Analysis Approaches

Chapter IV.Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) and Cancer Stem
Cells (CSCs) Market Landscape
CTCs and CSCs: Primary Market Research Data
Market Shares of Product Vendors Offering Products for Various Aspects of Research in the Space
Quantitative Penetration of Markers for CSCs Utilized Currently
Quantitative Penetrance of Cancer Classes where CSC Research is Currently Focused
Intracellular Pathways Studied in the CSC Space
CTC Research Efforts: Cancer Subtypes and Markers Utilized
CTC and CSC Clinical Trials: Quantitative Metrics and Areas of Focus
CTC Quantitative Market Opportunity: Market Forecast [Revenue Potential, Growth Rate]
CSC Market Opportunity

Appendix I.Research Methodology

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Baby Food Market: Converging Trends And Market Growth

The global baby food market & pediatric nutrition market is primarily categorized on the basis of products, types, nutritional values and ingredients. The two broader segments i.e. baby food and pediatric nutrition accounted for USD 11.8 billion and USD 26.3 billion respectively in 2011. Furthermore, pediatric nutrition segment is classified into infant formula & children nutrition segments. Infant formula is then segmented into conventional formula & specialty formula. On the other hand, baby food & pediatric nutrition market dried baby food, prepared baby food & milk formula are major segments by type. The baby food & pediatric nutrition products are segmented into bottled food, baby cereals, baby snacks, baby soups and canned & frozen baby food.

Understanding the demographic trend is most crucial in gaining competitive advantage in the baby food & pediatric nutrition market. A number of converging demographic developments is helping the baby food & pediatric nutrition industry for its rapid growth: It happens to be the largest number of babies is born in geographies with fastest growing consumer spending, low consumption of pediatric nutrition products, and more women are entering the workforce, which is driving the demand for breastfeeding alternatives. These factors in combination with growing number of research demonstrating the absolute need of balanced nutrition for growth and development of child & its health have and will continue to drive spending on pediatric nutrition products.

In most of the cases, babies consume baby food and pediatric nutrition products from birth until age four. According to estimates by Transparency Market Research, there were about 636 million children aged 0 - 4 years in 2010 and about 553 million (approximately 90%) lived in less developed regions. Moreover, on average, more than 140 million children are born globally every year with developing countries accounting for more than 92% of the births. We expect these demographic trends to remain stable over the next 40 years.

In regional markets, Asia - Pacific nearly accounts for 2/5thof the market revenue followed by North America at 21% &Western Europe at 20%.Eastern Europe, Latin America and Middle East & Africa collectively accounted for 1/5th of the market in 2011. The less developed regions (Asia - Pacific, Latin America & MEA) will consolidate their position during next six year and will collectively account for 3/5th of the overall global baby food & pediatric nutrition market in 2017.

Strong marketing and distribution isthe key for establishing brand image and gaining competitive advantage at the country level markets. Nestl?'s Cerelac is synonymous with packaged baby food in many countries such as Indonesia and India. Product variation and packaging also plays crucial role in adoption of baby food products. Flavored variants in multiple packaging sizes (family packs to single servings) do allow parents with different income levels to have flexibility and choice.

In conclusion, there is excellent prospect for investment into baby food & pediatric nutrition market worldwide especially into developing regions such as Asia, MEA and Latin America with large ever growing baby population and increasing income levels. China, Russia, Brazil India, Indonesia &Saudi Arabia are the most promising markets for as these countries have highest baby population and fastest growing middle class population.

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Cloud Computing Stack Layers – IaaS, PaaS, SaaS Market Strategies, Shares, and Forecasts, Worldwide,

Cloud Computing Stack Layers – IaaS, PaaS, SaaS Market Strategies, Shares, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010-2016 

Cloud Computing Stack Layers – IaaS, PaaS, SaaS Market 

Description

WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on: Cloud Stack Layers – IaaS, PaaS, SaaS: Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010-2016. IBM is the market leader in SOA Platform as a Service (PaaS) with 73% market share. Oracle / BEA /Sun participate in the market with 6% share, Microsoft with 5% share in 2009. Salesforce.com is the leader in virtualized software systems with 50% share in the CRM SaaS software as a service market. Different companies are leaders in different segments.

Applications and infrastructure markets come together to make information technology delivery a utility. On demand systems scale to meet the needs of users and users only pay for the capacity they use. Strategies relate to different ways to position software, hardware and services for the most effective product set. The 2010 study has 737 pages, 206 tables and figures.

The popularity of the on-demand deployment model has increased significantly. Systems provide security, response time, and service availability. SaaS software as a service application is widely known by the salesforce.com computing model illustrates. Business applications and computing models have matured and adoption has become an issue for every IT department. Platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) have joined SaaS as compelling aspects of cloud computing applications and infrastructure services.

An organization’s application development team and the application portfolio need to be managed as a piecemeal part of the IT infrastructure. It is generally managed on an application by application basis. Applications represent a major source of IT value and are a large IT cost component.

The major management objectives for this critical area of applications implementation include improving service-oriented architecture (SOA) adoption, increasing Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) efficiency, improving cost management, and reducing ineffective spending.

The fundamental aspect of applications implementation relates to flexibility. The ability to be responsive to changing market conditions is central to the modern IT management task and the desire for systems that support that is anticipated to spur rapid growth of cloud computing. SOA services oriented architecture forms the base for achieving that capability.

Cloud Stack Layers – IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS are disruptive IT technology. Cloud markets are poised to get very big. At $20.3 billion in 2009 cloud computing markets are anticipated to reach $100.4 billion by 2016. Market growth comes because the technology has caught the imagination of IT mangers, on demand computing seems to work, viurtualization works, and the utility industry model is now applicable to IT. As IBM and others built out software that integrates across open systems, the cloud computing markets are enabled.

The cloud computing technology works, its benefits have a positive ROI over the useful life of the servers, even a significant payback. The software systems are integrated, automated process is at the cusp of significant shifts in compute capacity delivery. Cloud computing is a disruptive technology. On demand cloud computing provides the cheap, easy to use, dependable computing hardware and software services model needed to drive industrial growth.

CLOUD STACK LAYERS – IAAS, PAAS, SAAS: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYCloud Computing SaaS Market Driving ForcesTotal Private and Public Cloud Market ForecastsPublic and Private Cloud Infrastructure Market Segments,SOA Platform as a Service (PaaS) Private Cloud InfrastructureCloud Infrastructure Market SharesSystem z as The Cloud MachineSOA Platform as a Service (PaaS) Private CloudInfrastructure Market SharesSoftware as a Service (SaaS) MarketsSales Force Automation from Salesforce.comSalesforce.com Enterprise Cloud-ComputingNetSuite 11Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Shares1. CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS1.1 Cloud Computing Permits User Web Services Access

1.1.1 Cloud Computing Aspects

1.2 Web 2.0 Internet Scale Mainstream Applications

1.2.1 Design Patterns1.2.2 Data Driven Cloud Computing1.2.3 Network Effects1.2.4 Collaboration1.2.5 Social Networking Heuristics1.2.6 Wiki-Style Collaborative Editing

1.3 Core Competencies of Web 2.01.4 Social Networking Applications1.5 Cloud Computing Impact On Business

1.5.1 Cloud Computing Corporate Communications

1.6 Blogging

1.6.1 Architecture of Participation1.6.2 Permalink Functionality

1.7 Web 2.0 Driven By Data

1.7.1 Control Over The Database

1.8 Web 2.0 Advertising Business

1.8.1 Google’s Lightweight Programming Model Has Led To The Creation Of Numerous Value-Added Services

1.9 Scientific Collaboration Using Web 2.0

1.9.1 OpenWetWare Project At MIT

1.10 Private Cloud1.11 Private Cloud Software-As-A-Service

1.11.1 Private Cloud Product Development

1.12 Internal Enterprise Private Cloud Computing1.13 351.14 Cloud Services A Pricing And Dynamic Scaling Strategy1.15 Information Technology Cloud Computing Aspects

1.15.1 Cloud Computing Business Benefit

1.16 Cloud computing Provides value2. CLOUD APPLICATIONS AND INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS2.1 Cloud Computing SaaS Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Private Cloud Computing2.1.2 Public Cloud Computing2.1.3 Cloud Computing Useful To Enterprise IT

2.2 Cloud Infrastructure

2.2.1 Public Clouds vs. Private Clouds

2.3 SOA Platform as a Service (PaaS) Private Cloud Infrastructure

2.3.1 Cloud Infrastructure Market Shares2.3.2 System z as The Cloud Machine2.3.3 SOA Platform as a Service (PaaS) Private Cloud Infrastructure Market Shares2.3.4 SOA Platform as a Service (PaaS) Private Cloud Infrastructure Market Forecasts2.3.5 SOA Platform As A Service (PaaS)

2.4 Software as a Service (SaaS) Markets

2.4.1 Sales Force Automation from Salesforce.com2.4.2 Salesforce.com Enterprise Cloud-Computing2.4.3 NetSuite2.4.4 Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Shares2.4.5 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Salesforce Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Forecasts2.4.6 SMB Market For IT Service Desk SaaS Solutions

2.5 Public Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

2.5.1 Public Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Market Shares2.5.2 Google’s Gmail and Google Docs2.5.3 Public Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Market Forecasts

2.6 Public Cloud Enterprise Resource Management as a Service (ERP) Markets

2.6.1 Public Cloud Enterprise Resource Management as a Service (ERP) Market Shares2.6.2 Public Cloud Enterprise Resource Management as a Service (ERP) Market Forecast

2.7 Storage as a Cloud Infrastructure Software as a Service Markets

2.7.1 Storage as a Cloud Infrastructure Software as a Service Market Shares2.7.2 Storage as a Cloud Infrastructure Software as a Service Market Forecasts

2.8 Security as a Cloud Service Markets

2.8.1 Security as a Cloud Service Market Shares2.8.2 Security as a Cloud Service Market Forecasts

2.9 Systems Management as a Cloud Service Markets

2.9.1 Systems Management as a Cloud Service Market Shares2.9.2 Systems Management as a Cloud Service Market Forecasts

2.10 Cloud SaaS Systems Development Markets

2.10.1 IBM Rational for System z2.10.2 Cloud SaaS Development Systems Market Shares2.10.3 Adobe Creative Solutions2.10.4 Cloud SaaS Application Development Software2.10.5 Cloud SaaS Development Systems Market Forecasts

2.11 Cloud SaaS Printing Systems

2.11.1 Cloud SaaS Printing Software2.11.2 Cloud SaaS Printing Software Market Forecasts

3. CLOUD STACK LAYERS – IAAS, PAAS, SAAS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION3.1 Cloud Development Environments3.2 IBM Rational for System z

3.2.1 Microsoft .NET Cloud Development3.2.2 Microsoft .NET Framework3.2.3 Microsoft .NET Framework Secure, Multi-Language Development Platform3.2.4 Microsoft .NET Framework Next-Generation3.2.5 EMC Cloud Storage Service and Information Management3.2.6 EMC Atmos3.2.7 Adobe ColdFusion Cloud Builder3.2.8 Joyent

3.3 Cloud Edge Platform Management Systems

3.3.1 Oracle Cloud Computing Center3.3.2 SAP3.3.3 Akamai3.3.4 NetSuite SuiteCloud Platform3.3.5 NetSuite Business Software Suite

3.4 Cloud Infrastructure Computer Equipment

3.4.1 IBM System z For Internal Private and External Public Cloud Implementations3.4.2 Cloud Infrastructure Solutions From IBM3.4.3 IBM x Series and Blade Servers

3.5 IBM System x Designed For Virtualization

3.5.1 Hewlett-Packard Proliant Cloud Cluster Servers3.5.2 Cloud Infrastructure Solutions From Dell3.5.3 Dell Cloud Infrastructure3.5.4 Oracle / Sun3.5.5 Fujitsu Cloud Computing

3.6 Cloud Database and Information Analytics Solutions

3.6.1 IBM Smart Analytics Cloud

3.7 Storage Cloud

3.7.1 EMC Cloud-Based Storage Management3.7.2 IBM Smart Business Storage Cloud

3.8 Private Cloud Enterprise IT Management Systems

3.8.1 BMC Cloud Management3.8.2 BMC BSM platform Business Management Software3.8.3 CA Cloud Computing Systems Management

3.9 Communications Cloud

3.9.1 Brocade3.9.2 Cisco3.9.3 Juniper3.9.4 Juniper Networks Cloud Data Center Infrastructure Solutions3.9.5 AT&T / EMC Communications Cloud Services3.9.6 eBay and EMC Scalable Cloud Storage Infrastructure

3.10 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Cloud Infrastructure

3.10.1 IBM SOA3.10.2 IBM SOA Model3.10.3 IBM WebSphereMQ SOA Web Services Cloud Components3.10.4 IBM Information Archive3.10.5 Progress Software SOA3.10.6 Microsoft .NET Framework Secure, Reliable Web Services3.10.7 Microsoft .NET Framework supports Mission-Critical Business Processes3.10.8 Tibco Services Oriented Architecture SOA3.10.9 Oracle / BEA SOA Governance3.10.10 Software AG

3.11 Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Management Applications Delivered Over The Internet

3.11.1 SAP3.11.2 Oracle3.11.3 Google’s Gmail and Google Docs3.11.4 Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Cloud Customer Relationship Management Applications Delivered Over The Internet3.11.5 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) & Cloud Computing3.11.6 Sales Force Automation from Salesforce.com3.11.7 Salesforce.com Enterprise Cloud-Computing3.11.8 NetSuite3.11.9 Zoho Office

3.12 Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)3.13 Interoperable Linux and .NET platforms

3.13.1 Adobe Cloud Platforms3.13.2 Adobe Platform Segment3.13.3 Adobe Platform Market Opportunity, Business Summary and Strategy3.13.4 Platform Products3.13.5 Saleforce’s Force.com Cloud Platform3.13.6 Amazon EC2 Service3.13.7 Google’s App Engine Cloud Platform3.13.8 IBM cloud ecosystem for SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS3.13.9 Novell Interoperable Linux platforms3.13.10 IBM Private Cloud

3.14 Cloud Development And Test

3.14.1 IBM Smart Business Cloud Test Applications3.14.2 Progress Software3.14.3 Progress OpenEdge3.14.4 NetSuite Business Operating System NS-BOS Development Platform

3.15 Cloud Information Solutions

3.15.1 IBM Smart Analytics Cloud3.15.2 IBM Cloud Business Analytics3.15.3 Software AG Business Infrastructure Software3.15.4 iLand Cloud Infrastructure3.15.5 Alert Logic Hypervisor Virtual Machine Monitoring

3.16 Cloud Enterprise Service Bus

3.16.1 IBM SOA WebSphereMQ, DataPower, and WebSphereMQ Broker ESB

3.17 Progress IONA Cloud Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

3.17.1 IBM SOA Cloud Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)3.17.2 JBoss, a Division of Red Hat3.17.3 Microsoft3.17.4 MuleSource Mule Enterprise3.17.5 MuleSource Core ESB Feature Set

3.18 Cloud Application Development and Cost Control

3.18.1 Revolutionize The Economics Of Application Maintenance3.18.2 IBM Rational Enterprise Modernization Solutions3.18.3 Novell SUSE Appliance Program3.18.4 NetSuite SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN)3.18.5 SuiteApp.com

3.19 Cloud Security

3.19.1 Cisco 3-1113.19.2 PivotLink3.19.3 Authentication from the Novell service3.19.4 StillSecure3.19.5 Alert Logic3.19.6 Cloud Security Service3.19.7 IBM RacF Cloud Security3.19.8 Novell Cloud Security Service3.19.9 Novell Cloud Security3.19.10 EMC / VMWare3.19.11 Hewlett-Packard3.19.12 AppRiver3.19.13 Barracuda Networks3.19.14 M86 3-1193.19.15 McAfee3.19.16 Panda Security3.19.17 Ping Identity3.19.18 Proofpoint3.19.19 Qualys 3-1223.19.20 ScanSafe3.19.21 StillSecure3.19.22 Symantec3.19.23 Symplified3.19.24 SyferLock3.19.25 Trend Micro3.19.26 WatchGuard3.19.27 Webroot3.19.28 Websense3.19.29 WhiteHat3.19.30 Zscaler

3.20 SaaS Productivity Applications

3.20.1 Google

3.21 Cloud Hosting and Co-Location

3.21.1 Cloud Services From Microsoft New, Easier World Of IT3.21.2 Cloud services from Microsoft Less Overhead for IT, A Seamless Experience For Users3.21.3 XCalibre

3.22 Areti Internet3.23 CI Host

3.23.1 RackSpace

3.24 Tenzing Cloud Computing Services3.25 Cloud Services

3.25.1 Dell Cloud Services3.25.2 Amazon EC2 Cloud Infrastructure Solutions Functionality3.25.3 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud3.25.4 Amazon EC2 Service Highlights3.25.5 Amazon EC2 Service Level Agreement Commitment 99.95% Availability3.25.6 Amazon EC2Security3.25.7 Amazon EC2 On-Demand Instances3.25.8 Amazon Virtual Private Cloud -3.25.9 Instances suited for applications.3.25.10 High-Memory Instances3.25.11 Amazon Cloud Pricing

3.26 Cloud Printing Platforms

3.26.1 Fed EX / Kinkos3.26.2 Adobe OEM PostScript Opportunity and Strategy3.26.3 Adobe OEM PostScript Products

3.27 Cloud Collaboration

3.27.1 IBM Cloud Collaboration3.27.2 Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro Cloud Collaboration3.27.3 SAP Collaborative Decision-Making Application3.27.4 MindTouch and Fujitsu3.27.5 MindTouch

3.28 WebConferencing

3.28.1 Cisco3.28.2 Adobe Web conferencing solution

4. CLOUD TECHNOLOGY4.1 Cloud Computing Information Access4.2 Google Scale Mainstream Applications Gmail and Google Maps

4.2.1 Google.com—Search and Personalization4.2.2 Google Scholar.4.2.3 Google Server Implementation for Web 2.04.2.4 Google Replicates The Web pages4.2.5 Google Map / Reduce Framework Runs In Parallel On 1,000 Machines4.2.6 Google Global Work Queue4.2.7 Communication, Collaboration and Communities4.2.8 Google Spent $200 Million On Hardware Equipment In 2004, $1.4 Billion in 20074.2.9 Google Uses 1.8 Million Servers, Search Results, Images, Videos, Emails And Ads4.2.10 Google Dynamic Architecture Implementation4.2.11 Short Description of Google Search Engine Dynamic Architecture4.2.12 Google BigFiles4.2.13 Google Repository

4.3 eBay Infrastructure

4.3.1 Sun Storage Helps Keep The Store Open4.3.2 eBay’s Infrastructure Evolution

4.4 Microsoft .Net Defines Reusable Modules Dynamically

4.4.1 Microsoft Data Center Size4.4.2 Microsoft Combines Managed Modules into Assemblies4.4.3 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing

4.5 IBM® WebSphere® Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0

4.5.1 IBM Web 2.0 Steps To Deploy Websphere Application Server Using Virtual Image Templates4.5.2 IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack

4.6 Facebook4.7 MySpace4.8 Reunion4.9 Software Release Cycle4.10 iTunes and TiVo4.11 Data Center Servers4.12 Polycom as a Single Global Entity Supporting Global Customers5. CLOUD COMPUTING COMPANY PROFILES5.1 Akamai5.2 Adobe Systems

5.2.1 Adobe Targets Businesses And Organizations5.2.2 Adobe Revenue5.2.3 Adobe Systems Revenue:5.2.4 Adobe Systems Software Tools5.2.5 Adobe Systems Creative Solutions Business Summary5.2.6 Adobe Knowledge Worker Market Opportunity5.2.7 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker Products5.2.8 Adobe Systems Enterprise Opportunity5.2.9 Adobe Systems Enterprise Business Summary5.2.10 Adobe Systems Enterprise Strategy5.2.11 Adobe Systems Process Management5.2.12 Adobe Systems Content Services5.2.13 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker and Enterprise Related Products

5.3 Amazon

5.3.1 Amazon Consumers5.3.2 Amazon Sellers5.3.3 Amazon Developers5.3.4 Amazon Net Sales5.3.5 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)5.3.6 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)

5.4 Areti Internet5.5 AppScale

5.5.1 AppScale 1.3

5.6 Ariba 5-24

5.6.1 Ariba Spend Management5.6.2 Ariba 2010 Revenue5.6.3 Ariba Customers

5.7 AT&T

5.7.1 AT&T Web Hosting5.7.2 AT&T Web AdvantageSM5.7.3 AT&T integrated Global Enterprise Management System (iGEMS),

5.8 Axios5.9 BMC

5.9.1 Business runs on IT. IT runs on BMC Software5.9.2 BMC Revenue5.9.3 BMC Industry Partnerships5.9.4 BMC Partnering With Salesforce.com5.9.5 BMC Customer Profile5.9.6 BMC Software Revenue5.9.7 BMC Strategy5.9.8 BMC Atrium5.9.9 BMC Compliance Positioning5.9.10 BMC Solutions and Products5.9.11 BMC Service Assurance5.9.12 BMC Service Automation

5.10 Brocade

5.10.1 Brocade Cloud Computing5.10.2 Brocade APIs Allow Integration Of The Management Of Network Elements5.10.3 IT Loads With More Applications Per Compute Node, Increase I/O Requirements5.10.4 Brocade Supports Virtualized Environments5.10.5 Key Business Benefits Brocade Brings To The Market

5.11 CA / 3Tera

5.11.1 CA Acquires 3Tera Cloud Computing Solution Provider5.11.2 CA Rapid, Simplified Cloud Enablement5.11.3 CA Integration with Virtual and Physical Management Technologies5.11.4 CA Revenue

5.12 Cassiopeia Internet / Constellate5.13 CDC Software

5.13.1 CDC Global Services5.13.2 CDC Online Games5.13.3 CDC Internet Media5.13.4 CDC Software Enterprise Software Solutions5.13.5 CDC Revenue:5.13.6 CDC SaaS Strategy5.13.7 CDC Acquisitions5.13.8 CDC Software’s Mergers And Acquisitions5.13.9 CDC Integrate

5.14 Cisco

5.14.1 Cisco Revenue

5.15 Consona5.16 CrownePeak5.17 Dell

5.17.1 Dell Gets IT Projects Up and Running Quickly

5.18 Descartes

5.18.1 Descartes LogiMan™5.18.2 Descartes CargoAssist

5.19 EMC

5.19.1 EMC Velocity² Atmos Partner Program5.19.2 EMC / VMware5.19.3 EMC Virtual Storage5.19.4 EMC Supports Information Technology (IT)5.19.5 EMC Revenue5.19.6 RSA Information Security5.19.7 EMC Consolidated Revenues By Geography:5.19.8 Information Storage Segment5.19.9 EMC Symmetrix Systems5.19.10 EMC CLARiiON Systems5.19.11 EMC Celerra IP Storage Systems5.19.12 EMC Centera Content Addressed Storage Systems5.19.13 EMC Connectrix Directors and Switches5.19.14 EMC Consumer and Small Business Products Division5.19.15 EMC /Decho Corporation5.19.16 EMC Content Management and Archiving Segment5.19.17 EMC RSA Information Security Segment5.19.18 EMC Global Services5.19.19 EMC VMware Virtual Infrastructure Segment5.19.20 EMC Distribution Channels5.19.21 EMC Technology Alliances

5.20 Enki5.21 FedEx

5.21.1 FedEx Revenue

5.22 FrontRange Solutions5.23 Fortress ITX5.24 Fujitsu

5.24.1 Fujitsu OSS/NOS5.24.2 Fujitsu SOA5.24.3 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance

5.25 Google

5.25.1 Switch to Google Apps5.25.2 Google Apps for Messaging5.25.3 Google / YouTube

5.26 Hewlett Packard (HP)

5.26.1 HP Cloud Assure Services5.26.2 HP Cloud Assure Types Of Cloud Service Environments Supported5.26.3 Hewlett-Packard Revenue5.26.4 HP Enterprise Storage and Servers Revenue5.26.5 HP Software Revenue5.26.6 Hewlett Packard (HP) Focuses On Simplifying Technology5.26.7 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA5.26.8 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Solutions5.26.9 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Systinet Governance5.26.10 HP Products and Services Segments5.26.11 Hewlett-Packard Technology Solutions Group5.26.12 Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers5.26.13 Hewlett-Packard Industry Standard Servers5.26.14 Hewlett-Packard Business Critical Systems Hewlett Packard Halo Telepresence Customers5.26.15 HP and Marriott5.26.16 HP and Tandberg5.26.17 Hewlett Packard Computer Industry Market Participant5.26.18 Hewlett Packard Global Provider Of Products5.26.19 HP Products and Services: Segment Information5.26.20 Hewlett Packard Technology Solutions Group5.26.21 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers5.26.22 HP and Tower Software5.26.23 Hewlett Packard Tower Software TRIM Context

5.27 IBM

5.27.1 IBM WebSphere5.27.2 IBM Business Partnering Strategy5.27.3 IBM Strategic Priorities5.27.4 IBM BPM Powered By Smart SOA5.27.5 IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients5.27.6 IBM Business Model5.27.7 IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture5.27.8 IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services5.27.9 IBM Revenue5.27.10 IBM Q1 2009 Revenue5.27.11 IBM Q2 2009 Revenue5.27.12 IBM Software Capabilities5.27.13 IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities5.27.14 IBM Worldwide Organizations5.27.15 IBM Integrated Supply Chain5.27.16 IBM Security

5.28 Inteq5.29 Joyent

5.29.1 Joyent Positioning5.29.2 Joyent Customers5.29.3 Joyent Layers Of The Cloud Stack – IaaS, PaaS, SaaS

5.30 Juniper

5.30.1 Juniper Networks Delivers Security at Massive Scale for Cloud Services, Mega Data Centers

5.31 Ketera5.32 Layered Technologies

5.32.1 Layered Tech Solutions / Burstorm Focuses On Helping Businesses

5.33 Microsoft Dynamics GP

5.33.1 Microsoft Dynamics GP5.33.2 Microsoft Dynamics GP Financial Accounting And Business Management Solution5.33.3 Microsoft Corporation5.33.4 Microsoft Azure Services Platform5.33.5 Microsoft Windows Azure5.33.6 Microsoft Live Services5.33.7 Microsoft SQL Services5.33.8 Microsoft .NET Services5.33.9 Microsoft® SharePoint® Services & Dynamics® CRM Services5.33.10 Microsoft Revenue Nine Months 20095.33.11 Microsoft Revenue5.33.12 Microsoft Segment Revenue5.33.13 Microsoft Segment Revenue20085.33.14 Microsoft Client Revenue5.33.15 Microsoft Server and Tools Revenue5.33.16 Microsoft Online Services Business Revenue5.33.17 Microsoft Business Division Revenue5.33.18 Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division5.33.19 Microsoft Competition5.33.20 Microsoft Security Vulnerabilities5.33.21 Microsoft Client Segment5.33.22 Microsoft Segments5.33.23 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server5.33.24 Microsoft Multinational Computer Technology5.33.25 Selected Microsoft Partners5.33.26 Microsoft Financials 20085.33.27 Microsoft Software Products

5.34 NetSuite

5.34.1 NetSuite Revenue5.34.2 NetSuite NetLedger5.34.3 NetSuite Strategy5.34.4 NetSuite Subscription Agreements5.34.5 NetSuite Geograaphic Revenue5.34.6 NetSuite Revenue

5.35 Novell Interoperable Linux Cloud Platforms

5.35.1 Novell Positions to Address Intelligent Workload Management Market

5.36 Omniture5.37 Oracle

5.37.1 Oracle Revenues:5.37.2 Oracle / Stellent

5.38 Panda Security5.39 Progress Software5.40 Rackspace5.41 RedHat5.42 RightNow Technologies

5.42.1 RightNow CX5.42.2 RightNow Technologies Revenue

5.43 Rightscale

5.43.1 RightScale Perspective On Cloud Usage

5.44 Sage Figures CRM into its Equation

5.44.1 Interact SalesLogix

5.45 Salesforce.com

5.45.1 Salesforce.com Fourth Quarter and Full Year Revenue5.45.2 salesforce.com Customers:

5.46 Savvis

5.46.1 Savvis Cloud Services5.46.2 Savvis Managed Security Services5.46.3 Savvis Dedicated Hosting5.46.4 Savvis Strategy5.46.5 Savvis Revenue

5.47 Service-now.com5.48 Software AG

5.48.1 Software AG Wins Two 2007 Product of the Year Awards from SearchSOA.com

5.49 SugarCRM5.50 SumTotal5.51 Symantec

5.51.1 Symantec Hosted Services Lower Costs And Simplify IT5.51.2 Symantec Strategy5.51.3 Symantec Strategy5.51.4 Symantec Has Seen A Continued Rise In The Volume Of Security Threats5.51.5 Symantec Storage5.51.6 Symantec fiscal 2009 Actions To Support Business:5.51.7 Symantec Storage and Server Management5.51.8 Symantec Solutions For Cloud Computing

5.52 Tenzing Cloud Computing Services5.53 Tibco

5.53.1 Tibco SOA5.53.2 Tibco Business Optimization5.53.3 Tibco BPM:5.53.4 Tibco Services

5.54 Tibco

5.54.1 Tibco SOA5.54.2 Tibco Business optimization5.54.3 Tibco BPM5.54.4 Tibco Professional Services5.54.5 Tibco Competition5.54.6 Tibco Revenue

5.55 Verizon

5.55.1 Verizon Business Strategy5.55.2 Verizon CDMA vs, GSM5.55.3 Verizon LTE Fourth Generation (4G) Wireless Broadband Network5.55.4 nPhase, Which Verizon Owns Equally With Qualcomm Incorporated (Qualcomm).5.55.5 Verizon Competition from Cable5.55.6 Verizon Business Strategy5.55.7 Verizon Technologies

5.56 Workday

5.56.1 Workday Customers5.56.2 Workday Customers

5.57 Xerox

5.57.1 Xerox Leader In Managed Print Services5.57.2 Xerox Digital Printing5.57.3 Xerox acquired Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. ACS5.57.4 Xerox Revenues

5.58 Yahoo

5.58.1 Yahoo! Development Organization Contains a Cloud Computing group5.58.2 Yahoo Revenues

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