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  • 8/11/15 2:45 am EDT
    IHS Jane's: North Korea second centrifuge hall snowmelt

    Second hall of centrifuges now likely to be operational as part of Uranium Enrichment Workshop

    London, UK (11 August, 2015) – From satellite imagery analysis of North Korea’s Yongbyon fuel fabrication plant from late 2014 to early 2015, IHS Jane’s has concluded that a second hall of centrifuges is now likely to be operational as part of the Uranium Enrichment Workshop.Download more satellite imagery analysis from the Feature Report section of IHSJanes360.com Snowmelt indicatorsWithout access to the interior of the buildings, IHS Jane’s had to seek alternative means to determine whethermore...
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  • 8/11/15 1:59 am EDT
    SOUTHFIELD, Mich., (August, 11 2015) – As the rate of smartphone use in vehicles continues to grow rapidly in nearly every major market globally, vehicle manufacturers and suppliers are rushing to integrate and incorporate design and connectivity elements into new vehicles to address the market demand and desire among consumers.  More than 85 percent of new car intenders in Germany and the United Kingdom have a smartphone, according to recent research from IHS Automotive, a globalmore...
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  • 8/10/15 1:30 pm EDT

    New operational links will take time to have material effect and will directly oppose the Taliban

    LONDON, UK (10 August, 2015) – The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan’s defection to the Islamic State is a blow to the Taliban, according to IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.The dissolution of Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) and its merger with the Islamic State stablishes the Khorasan province (wilayat) was announced in a video message from IMU leader Usman Ghazi. “Accession to the Islamic State will provide IMU with access to much-more...
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  • 8/10/15 8:01 am EDT
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (August 10, 2015) – With emerging virtual reality games, smartwatches, smart TVs and other consumer electronics and information technology (IT) applications entering the market, shipments of gesture sensing control user interfaces are poised to grow 10 percent year over year, to reach 1.8 billion units in 2015. While touch-screen technology works well in smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices with flat panel displays, it is less suitable for use in some new and emergingmore...
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  • 8/10/15 7:00 am EDT

    Revenue potential significant; international interest following 2013 Ebola outbreak

    London, UK (10 August, 2015) – Private companies are increasingly investing in the development of biological weapon countermeasures, according to a new report released today by IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight. Download excerpts of the special report via IHSJanes360.comDriven by high revenue potential and interest in the field following the 2013 Ebola outbreak, countermeasures against potential biological weapons are of increasing interest tomore...
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  • 8/5/15 3:01 pm EDT
    Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS (August 5, 2015)—IHS (NYSE: IHS) today released excerpts from its 2015 IHS Infonetics WLAN Infrastructure Vendor Scorecard, which profiles and analyzes the 5 top revenue producers of enterprise wireless local area network (WLAN) infrastructure: Aerohive, Cisco, HP, Ruckus and Zebra. “Consolidation in the WLAN market has bifurcated the vendor landscape into end-to-end networking providers that can address the whole range of enterprise networking requirements, suchmore...
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  • 8/5/15 1:27 pm EDT

    First quarter impairments for 66 companies studied totaled nearly $29 billion

    An elevated level of asset impairments in the first quarter of 2015 -- coupled with a bleak commodity price outlook -- is putting 2015 on track to suffer the most exploration and production (E&P) asset impairments of the past decade, according to a new report from IHS (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.First quarter 2015 impairments for the 66 companies studied in the IHS Herold analysis of small, midsized and large North American E&P peermore...
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  • 8/5/15 10:08 am EDT
    Campbell, CALIFORNIA (August 5, 2015)—Network operators around the globe are moving toward software-defined networking (SDN), as shown by IHS‘s (NYSE: IHS) IHS Infonetics SDN Strategies: Global Service Provider Survey of worldwide carriers that represent 49 percent of the world’s telecom capex and 46 percent of telecom revenue.   The study found that 82 percent of service provider respondents have either already deployed SDN, are now deploying SDN, or plan to evaluate it in 2015more...
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  • 8/4/15 10:30 am EDT

    Launch Readiness, Logistics Efficiency and Legislative Influence are Key Factors for Suppliers

         

    Following five years of unprecedented light vehicle production growth in North America where volumes essentially doubled to more than 17 million units, the industry will face the challenge of slower growth rates through the balance of the decade. Required advances in technology, stiffening legislation, tightening product cycles and increased launch activity will create a challenging, yet opportunistic environment in the years ahead for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and suppliers alikemore...
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  • 8/4/15 8:30 am EDT
    July 2015 Paychex IHS Small Business Jobs Index

    National index was stable in July; East North Central continued as top-ranked region; Washington maintained top index spot among states; Dallas continues strong performance as top-ranked metro area for 10th straight month

    For the second straight month, the Paychex | IHS Small Business Jobs Index was relatively unchanged, increasing slightly from 100.63 in June to 100.64 in July. The national index has seen little movement in recent months, essentially remaining flat from May to July. Still trailing employment growth seen in 2014, the index was down 0.46 percent from the previous July. The East North Central region continues as the highest-ranked regional index. Washington maintained its lead among states, andmore...
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