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Report Analyzes Supercapacitor Ecosystem

The global supercapacitor market report analyzes the supercapacitor ecosystem and the key market by material inlcuding electrodes, electrolytes, separators, and others. The application market covers the market share of different application verticals of supercapacitor.

: EDLC, Research, Statistics |

Supply Chain Analytics: Myth or Reality?

As tech clichés go, “big data” falls somewhere between “cloud” and “social” on the list of terms you’re probably tired of hearing — ideas so broad they mean hardly anything at all. Nevertheless, since we first looked at the growth of predictive analytics last year, spending in that area has only increased.

: Articles

Manufacturer Optimism On Domestic Outlook Rises

NEW YORK ― Optimism regarding the direction of the domestic economy rose among U.S. industrial manufacturers during the first quarter of 2014, according to the Q1 2014 Manufacturing Barometer, released by PwC US.

: Trends

Electronic Components and Electronic Equipment Outlook 4/16/14

Electronic Components and Electronic Equipment Outlook – TTI MarketEye – Walt Custer 4/16/14.

: Data, Semicon, Statistics, Trends

Supply Chain Analytics: Myth or Reality?

As tech clichés go, “big data” falls somewhere between “cloud” and “social” on the list of terms you’re probably tired of hearing — ideas so broad they mean hardly anything at all. Nevertheless, since we first looked at the growth of predictive analytics last year, spending in that area has only increased.

: Articles

Lean And Beyond: Increasing The Awareness Of MRO

Manufacturers invest in reliability programs in order to deliver a reliable product at a competitive price. Reliable plants require reliable equipment that functions under prescribed lean principles; companies should look to “Lean and Beyond” to stay competitive.

: Strategy

China Factories Face New Challenge As Growth Slows

HONG KONG AP — As China’s growth inexorably slows, manufacturers such as Linan Meite Cable are discovering that being an efficient low-cost producer is no longer enough to prosper.

: Trends