Articles Tagged with ''market''

Increasing range of military applications for GPS/GNSS devices will drive market

Global spending on GPS/GNSS systems and devices is expected to remain robust over the coming decade, according to Strategic Defence Intelligence new report – The Global Military GPS/GNSS Devices Market 2013-2023 – which forecasts market growth at a CAGR of 4.6%, primarily driven by their extensive use alongside associated software in modern or fourth-generation warfare.


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Global C2/C4ISR market - A $1,030.6B opportunity in 10 years, reveals new report

According to a report by Market Research Reports Inc., Global C2/C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) market is expected to grow at a CAGR (compounded annual growth rate) of 0.32% in the next 10 years. This will lead to increase in overall C2/C4ISR market from US$91.5 billion in 2013 to US$94.4 billion by 2023.


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Anritsu PIM Master earns innovation award from Frost & Sullivan

Test & Measurement

Anritsu Co. announces that its PIM Master MW82119A has earned the Frost & Sullivan 2013 Global New Product Innovation Award for PIM Test Equipment. In presenting Anritsu with the award, Frost & Sullivan stated, “the PIM Master MW82119A demonstrates Anritsu’s commitment towards delivering higher value to users of portable PIM test equipment while addressing evolving technological trends in the PIM testing market.”


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Qualcomm edges Broadcom to ABI Research's GNSS IC vendor competitive assessment

ABI Research’s GNSS IC vendor matrix concluded that, overall, Qualcomm is the leading GPS IC vendor, followed by Broadcom in second place, and CSR in third. The vendor matrix compares companies on 15 criteria across the broader categories of GNSS Innovation and Implementation. Qualcomm’s domination of cellular GPS IC shipments courtesy of its embedded platform strategy, coupled with its strong IZat and Gimbal platforms means it is well placed to remain at the top in 2013/14.


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