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Global Trend Moving towards Green IT and virtualization: Ken Research

Posted on 26 April 2017 by KenResearch defense and security ,

Ken research has recently announced report titled “Strategic Focus Report-Green IT & Virtualization”. The report analyses the current trends, drivers, and inhibitors impacting the green IT & virtualization market. The report outlines the evolution of green IT & virtualization technologies, and identifies and assesses the best performing vendors in the market. This report also presents view of the revenue opportunities in the virtualization market through to 2020, highlighting the market size and growth by technology, geography, sectors, and size band. Moreover, following in-depth ICT decision maker surveys, the report outlines enterprises' investment priorities in the green IT & virtualization segment.

A data center consumes the huge amount of power which be used to power thousands of homes. Traditional servers  have a single application using a  single operating system. The applications anything, be it an e-commerce applications, business applications, email solution, security softwares and databases each running on operating system  such as linux, Windows, Ubuntu and Unix. This increases the cost of IT infrastructure a lot by spending of hardware, space, operation and maintenance Apart from that, the average usage of these physical servers is merely 5 to 10 percent, hence almost 90 percent of these servers’s capacity is not being used. That implies that most of the company’s investment on servers is getting wasted with such low efficiency rate. This. huge levels of power consumption is compelling the  data centers and environmentalists look for alternate ways so as to reduce the power used and make data centers far more energy efficient.

To manage this cost and optimize the Return on Investment (ROI) Green IT has been introduced, which makes the use of virtualization technology. A physical server has a CPU, memory and other applications running on operating systems. Virtualization on the other hand is   creates a virtual (rather than actual) version   an operating system (OS), server, storage device or the network resources. This allows a part of hardware to run several multiple operating system images simultaneously as the virtualized server now creates multiple virtual environment inside of it and each behaves just like a physical server. These virtualized server environments work side by side so that now multiple applications can run in single machine and the efficiency goes as 95%.

The virtual environment behaves like a separate unit and hence provides your data full protection.

 

Virtualization has   many advantages

  • One virtual server can work as good as 15- 20 servers and thus runs on a lesser number of servers, helps to reduce the overall energy used for the data center and for its cooling.
  • Also, as the number of servers reduces, the space used by them also decreases.
  • Further, virtualization removes the planned downtime by combining virtual machines from one physical server to another
  • Resource allocation can be monitored and managed in a better way
  • Virtualization increases a server group’s ability to share resources tremendously.

 

Thus, energy saved per server is equal to approximately 7000 Kilo Watt hours per year, which is enormous. With such tremendous potential for energy savings, Virtualization is the need of the hour.
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Bosch, Hikvision, and Siemens Dominated the Market Share in Intruder Alarms Market in Qatar

Posted on 23 April 2017 by KenResearch defense and security ,

Electronic security in Qatar was still in its infancy during 2011-2013. Majority of the demand was mainly driven by oil and gas industry which dominates the Qatar economy. CCTV and fire alarm systems were the two major segments that dominated the market for electronic surveillance in the country. Analog type CCTV cameras were the key products in use in electronic surveillance security.

Access control systems, mostly electronically operated systems are used to protect crucial national resources such as power stations and oil facilities against un-authorized or undesired user access. Honeywell for access control was among the major player operating in Qatar access control market in 2016. Access control system had gained increased demand from rising office space demand and continuously evolving hospitality industry. Hospitality industry was the major user of card based access control in Qatar.

Biometric access control devices are manufactured by all major electronic security device manufacturers such as Honeywell, Bosch and others. Majority of the equipments are imported in the country from manufacturing locations in other countries.

IP based CCTV camera dominate the market because of image quality and recording parameters far exceed the global norms in developed countries. Easy manoeuvrability advancement in technology and use of different type of cameras in different conditions led to development of IP type camera in the country.

Infrared beam sensors which were generally used for perimeter safety had the majority of the market in 2016 accounting for nearly half of the market as per estimates. Banks, museums, consulates and other areas which otherwise is restricted to general public generated the demand for intruder alarms in Qatar

It is expected that project related surveillance investment in Qatar will lead the market. This increased investment will lead to significant expansion and growth in businesses that are directly and indirectly involved in the security and surveillance market in Qatar.

The demand for smart cameras and their impact on data generation is forcing storage manufacturers towards a greater adherence to quality and more importantly, longevity, increasing new investment and encouraging upgrades from older analogue-based solutions. This is expected to lead to complete sweep by IP cameras

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Future Mega Events, such as the 2020 World Expo and the 2022 Football World Cup are Expected to be Key Drivers for Spiked Demand for Electronic Security Equipments in the Region: KenResearch

Posted on 18 April 2017 by KenResearch defense and security ,

Hajj is the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca; a holy city of Muslims attracts millions of pilgrims every year. In 2013, Saudi Arabia government installed 1,700 CCTV cameras to monitor the crowd during this 5 day event.

There was high demand for quality apartments in Riyadh due to rising expatriates in the city and new apartments are fitted with state of art security surveillance, and fire protection system along with intrusion alerts system to increase the rent seeking capacity of the buildings during 2011.

Jeddah, Riyadh and the adjoining areas was the most important market for electronic security devices in the country due to huge volume of commercial and real estate development.

Personal disposable income of people living in Saudi Arabia had increased in the analysis period registering a 4 year CAGR of 5.6% from 2011-2015. This led to increased expenses on luxury goods and better living conditions along with increased focus on protection and safety of their loved ones and belongings. Many locals and residential interviewed had claimed to have installed intrusion alarms, fire detection system and CCTV’s in their premises. This percentage was higher in case of expats living in Saudi Arabia.

Riyadh the capital city of Saudi Arabia is the most important city in terms of market for electronic security devices as most of the major hospitality and commercial spaces in the country is located in this city and government has better infrastructure to check the implementation of related laws and regulations leading to increased sales as non conformity attracts fines.

Honeywell has managed to establish its name in both devices and services segment of the industry. Improved post sales services had major influence in attracting consumers to Honeywell products. Pelco is a subsidiary of Schneider Electric and majorly operates in the CCTV surveillance segment. It serves a range of sectors including airports, education, government, healthcare, and others. Siemens, Avigilon Corporation, Hikvision Digital Technology Co. Ltd., Samsung Techwin Co Ltd were some other major companies operating in Saudi Arabia electronic security market.

Saudi Arabia will offer foreign and local property developers partnership deals in a vast housing construction program that aims to build 1.5 million homes by 2022 to provide affordable housing to its citizen. This is expected to boost market for alarm and other security devices such as CCTV, intercom based access control and others in the country.

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Bosch Security Systems, Optex, Castlebank Security Solutions were Some Global Intrusion Alarm Manufacturers Selling Their Product in Turkey Market

Posted on 17 April 2017 by KenResearch defense and security ,

Use of system integrating services is considerably high in the non-residential sector of electronic security market in Turkey. This is not the case in the residential sector of the country. Majority of the customers from the residential sector purchase products only when the need arises or compliance to regulatory norms is desired. They purchase different products from different vendors and are generally very price conscious. In non-residential sector which include large government projects, commercial and buildings, hospitals, hotels and retail malls and community centers require all sorts of electronic security products ranging from CCTV cameras to electronic access control and VMS.

The service consultants for electronic security products provide consulting on sourcing and installation of surveillance systems, access control systems, fire alarm/fire fighting systems, intruder alarm systems, and other security products. The role of security consultant initiates with assessing the security needs of client and presenting the findings (based upon the needs) to the client. The service consultant during this process ensures to maintain quality and service benchmark that has been promised. The service consultants in the next stage formulate a security plan, once the client analyzes the findings submitted by consultant.

In 2016, Panasonic Fire Sensing Systems was introduced in Turkish market. It brings together all required security and safety with professional solutions. Its design is built to alarm in right time and in addition it gives a pre-report about situations that could cause a fire. The system uses advanced Panasonic technologies in detector and control board, Panasonic Fire Sensing Systems ensures decrease of number of nuisance alarm, in addition to high level of reliability. Such products created premium market segment in fire alarm market as they have all necessary features to offer peace of mind to the customer.

Intrusion security products provide security for homes and businesses ranging from burglar alarms to a range of security systems, including alarm control panels, keypads, sensors and central station receiving equipment used in security monitoring centers.

Motion sensors are primarily used at places where access of general public is restricted. It may be for a certain period of day or totally restricted area. Perimeter safety and security was the key reason for use of motion sensors. Museums, laboratories and residential houses were the key sectors consuming motion sensors in Turkey.

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Strategic Location, Trade and Tourism Promotion, Counter Terrorism are some Key Factors that Will Drive Turkey Electronic Security Devices Market: Ken Research

Posted on 07 April 2017 by KenResearch defense and security ,

 

  • Improving technology and customer willingness to pay premium for quality products will help in augmenting market revenue of electronic security devices.
  • Government keen interest to secure its citizens and ensure security of its tourism industry will lead to investment in electronic security market. This will create growth opportunities for all type of electronic devices in Turkey.
  • Refugee maintenance and to curb the growing threat from extremist to further boost the market for electronic security in Turkey.

Market for electronic security devices in Turkey is expected to register positive growth. It will be mainly driven by demand for new and modern electronic security devices for replacement. Improved technologies such as 4K technology bring industry leading clarity and sensitivity to critical video monitoring and surveillance systems. Explosion-proof cameras are an important solution in areas which are on high risk. Turkey is expected to implement (electronic traffic inspection system) TEDES in many of its cities. This will lead to additional demand for electronic security devices as well as R&D in the sector. It is expected that CCTV will continue its dominance in the electronic security market in Turkey.

Based on analyst recommendation easing restrictions on foreign lenders, private sector involvement in the financing and construction of education infrastructure, security for small and medium businesses are some other key factors that will have positive impact on the market creating additional and replacement demand in the future as per the analyst, Ken Research.

Ken Research in its report, “Turkey Electronic Security Market Outlook to 2021 – Rising Tourist Safety Concern from Looming Threat of Neighboring Countries Will Drive Market Growth” suggested that Turkey is expected to implement (electronic traffic inspection system) TEDES in many of its cities. This will lead to additional demand for electronic security devices as well as R&D in the sector in 2019-2021. Key business opportunity exists for upgradation of existing electronic security system to reduce the cost implication for consumers.

The report provided information on CCTV (Analog, Digital), Fire Alarm, Access Control Devices (Biometric Based, Card Based, Pin Based), Intrusion Alarms (Motion Alarms, Seismic Alarms, Infrared Beam Alarms) segments.

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Strategic Location, Trade and Tourism Promotion and Counter Terrorism Will Drive the Market for Electronic Security Devices in Turkey: Ken Research

Posted on 05 April 2017 by KenResearch defense and security ,

Looming security threats, rising refugee population and improved awareness about benefits of using electronic security devices were the key factors driving the demand for electronic security devices in Turkey. 

Turkey has the largest refugee population from Syria and Iraq. It reached over 3.0 million people by the end of December 2016 and safety for them is a cause of major concern.

Turkey is at the centre of three continents and attracts tourists from all across the world. It is known for its vibrant culture which is culmination of practices across the globe. Growing refugee population, tourists, and investment in infrastructure was the key reason for growth of electronics security market. Turkey electronic security market is among the most developed in Middle East region. Infrastructure, hospitality, and real estate were the key sectors to use electronic security devices. Rise in demand for facilities management, number of visitors at major markets, hotels and historical monuments in Turkey were some other key factors driving the growth in market. Looming threat from extremist organization had prompted the government and property owners especially in commercial sector to install electronic security devices in their premises. Replacement demand was other key driver. CCTV was the most demanded electronic security device. Turkey was the largest market for electronic security devices in the Middle East region

Improved implementation of regulatory norms, growth of economy and rise in per capita income of local people has leveraged the buying capacity of people. A significant proportion of investment in the country has been intended towards improving the quality of infrastructure. Increasing number of railway stations, airports, schools, colleges, hospitals, offices and refugee camps have urged the need of installing electronic security products. The companies and government are putting a lot of efforts to educate people about the need to use reliable, efficient and high quality electronic security systems.

The report titled “Turkey Electronic Security Market Outlook to 2021 – Rising Tourist Safety Concern from Looming Threat of Neighboring Countries Will Drive Market Growth” by Ken Research suggested that Turkey electronic security will grow at a CAGR of 8% in next 5 years to 2021 with a robust boost in access control segment. The access control segment is expected to be more than double in next 5 years till 2021.

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Improvement in the capabilities of the armed forces to upsurge the BRICS Nations Defense Market: Ken Research

Posted on 29 November 2016 by KenResearch defense and security ,

  • Brazil has continued putting aside a generally relentless rate (1.5-1.6%) of GDP for defence expenditures.
  • Brazil is to incorporate 50 Eurocopter Cougar (EC-725) medium-lift helicopters, unmanned airborne vehicles, hostile to tank weaponry and another group of defensively covered vehicles from IVECO.

Ken research announced its recent publication on BRICS Nations Defense Spends on Military Vehicles: 2016 to 2024,” which offers insights on the quantitative upper-level view of projected spends on  on Military Vehicles and vast knowledge on the house of Strategic Defence Intelligence which outlays BRICS Nations' projected budget allocations on Military Vehicles. The publication incorporates the strategic outlay on individual segments which include Armored Personal Carriers (APCs), Armored Vehicle MRO, Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs), Light Multi-role Vehicles (LMVs), Mine Resistant Armored Protected Vehicles (MRAPs) and Tactical Trucks. The data involved in this report draws upon Strategic Defense Intelligence's in-depth, primary research and proprietary databases to provide you with robust, segment specific data. Countries which are analysed in this report are Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Moreover, the current market size and budget allocation data is considered to understand and analyse the current landscape and forecasts to discover the future direction of the Military Vehicles market in BRICS Nations.

Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa are indistinguishable in that, wherever they are on their financial route as "emerging" markets and "developing" powers with a "reinforcing" worldwide voice, they are experiencing changes inside their military and looking for a confident part on the world's military scene. Every one of them has seen their innovation being redesigned and defense expenditures rising over the previous years.

Brazil has continued putting aside a generally relentless rate (1.5-1.6%) of GDP for defence expenditures over the previous decade. Financial development, hampered as it may be by the 2009 emergency, proceeds over 2% for that period as indicated by World Bank gauges - which implies military consumption is likewise developing.

Since 2005 the Brazilian defence budget plan has developed by 5 percent for each year and the government affirmed another national defence policy in 2008 that put aside $70 billion for reequipping the armed force. New things are to incorporate 50 Eurocopter Cougar (EC-725) medium-lift helicopters, unmanned airborne vehicles, hostile to tank weaponry and another group of defensively covered vehicles from IVECO.

Russia shows an alternate case than Brazil in that unlike the monetarily ascendant South American country it is accustomed to being viewed as a worldwide power and hopes to be characterized all things considered. While Brazil's military modernization exertion comes as the nation acceptance for acknowledgment among the worldwide elite, Russia expects to hold and enhance those defence capabilities that once empowered it to be viewed as a first-level military power close by the U.S. It is speculated that about 10 percent of the Russian military hardware fulfils modern standards. The novice defence plan aims to reform the situation by tripling the proportion of new-generation equipment to 30 percent in 2015, also the need to recruit high talented officers and soldiers for the new army  again comes with a big price tag.

The BRICs have three things similar. Each is huge either in terms of size or in case of population, also each has an emerging economy and each of them is undergoing a military modernization effort aimed at preserving their strategic interests. During all this, Europe’s strongest nations are cutting defense spending and the U.S. defense budget is set to flat-line in the coming years, these four countries are seeking to assert themselves on the global stage and are willing and able to invest in improving the capabilities of their armed forces.

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Europe Move towards Investment in Defense Sector to Boost Expenditure on Helicopters: Ken Research

Posted on 28 November 2016 by KenResearch defense and security ,

  • Lately, EU has pushed defence and security to the top of its agenda, with plans being laid to spend billions of Euros on new military investments.
  • EU to move into defence R&D in his yearly state of the union.
  • Start out as a pilot with €25 million followed with bigger fund during EU’s new budget cycle.

Ken research announced its most recent publication on “Defense and Civil Spends on Helicopters in Europe: 2016 to 2024,” offers insight on the quantitative upper-level view of projected spends on Helicopters and vast knowledge on the house of Strategic Defence Intelligence; outlays Europe’s’ projected budget allocations on Helicopters. The production provides strategic outlay on individual segments which include Civil Helicopter, Defence Helicopter and Helicopter MRO. The data involved in this report draws upon Strategic Defence Intelligence's in-depth analysis, primary research and proprietary databases which are incorporated to provide the robust, segment specific data. Countries which are analysed in this report are Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.

Moreover, the current market size and budget allocation data is considered to understand and analyse the current landscape and forecasts to discover the future direction of the Helicopters market in Europe. This is an on-demand report and will take at most 2 working days to deliver.

As Eastern Europe and The Baltic States keep on being a key concentration for defence euipment overhauls, the rotational armada remains a key resource in both residential and international military operations and hence a focused meeting is fundamental to guarantee continued advancement of capability, equipment and joint interoperability.

As EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker affirmed for the EU to move into defence R&D. The program is likely to run from 2018-2019, beginning with little with a financial plan of around €25 million. The pilot could in the end develop into a lasting system worth €3.5 billion, run independently from the EU's customary research program.

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Manufacturing of multi-use helicopters in India to Support BRICS Nations Defense Sector Performance: Ken Research

Posted on 27 November 2016 by KenResearch defense and security ,

· India had decided to purchase the S-400 systems which basically have three kinds of missiles with different capabilities.

·   To boost the initiative “make in India”, the countries agreed to jointly manufacture 200 Kamov 226T multi-use helicopters in India.

·    India, Russia to sign Rs 39,000cr deal on S-400 air defence missile systems.

Ken research announced its most recent publication on “DEFENSE AND CIVIL SPENDS ON HELICOPTERS IN BRICS NATIONS, 2016 TO 2024,” offers insight on the house of Strategic Defense Intelligence; outlays BRICS Nations' projected budget allocations on Helicopters. The production provides strategic outlay on individual segments which include Civil Helicopter, Defence Helicopter and Helicopter MRO. The data involved in this report draws upon Strategic Defence Intelligence's in-depth analysis, primary research and proprietary databases which are incorporated to provide the robust, segment specific data. Countries which are analysed in this report are Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Moreover, the current market size and budget allocation data is considered to understand and analyse the current landscape and forecasts to discover the future direction of the Helicopters market in BRICS Nations. This is an on-demand report and will take at most 2 working days to deliver.

India and Russia, on October 15, marked a sum of 16 agreements at the 17th annual reciprocal summit in the western Indian state of Goa. The deals extend from defence to energy to investment, including a profoundly anticipated agreement for the purchase of the S-400 Triumf air defence missile defence framework. Although prompt details of the agreement to purchase the missile defence system are not accessible, it is generally trusted that India will spend over $5 billion for the frameworks.

To boost the initiative “make in India” taken by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the countries agreed to jointly manufacture 200 Kamov 226T multi-use helicopters in India.

India had decided to purchase the S-400 systems, which basically have three kinds of missiles, with different capabilities, that can fly at supersonic and hypersonic speeds to intercept all kinds of targets at ranges from 120 to 400-km.

India, Russia to sign Rs 39,000cr deal on S-400 air defence missile systems. India is going to ink a Rs 39,000 Crore deal for five new-generation Russian S-400 triumf air defence missile systems, which can destroy incoming hostile aircraft, stealth fighters, missiles and drones at ranges of up to 400-km.

Segments covered in the report are:

-          Civil Helicopter

-          Defense Helicopter

-          Helicopter MRO

 

Topics Covered in the Report are

·         Global defense industry research

·         BRICS Nations defense industry research

·         Russia defense industry

·         India defense industry

·         China defense industry

·         South Africa defense industry

·         India  Defense expenditure

·         Brazil Defense Capital Expenditure

·         Per-Capita Defense Expenditure

·         global Defense Expenditure on Helicopters

·         Global Civil Expenditure on Helicopters

 

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C4ISR Electronics and IT Expenditure in BRICS Nations: Ken Research

Posted on 18 November 2016 by KenResearch defense and security ,

Ken Research announced its most recent publication titled, BRICS Nations Defense Spends on C4ISR Electronics and IT: 2016 to 2024,” discuss related parameters of the defense industry. The report has covered defense spending on C4ISR Electronics & IT products including Biometric System, Communication Systems, Electro Optic Systems, Electronic Warfare Systems, Military IT, Radars, Sensor & Guidance and Signals Intercept & Cryptography. Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa countries have been covered in the report. The publication provides segmentation data of the C4ISR Electronics & IT market in BRICS Nations.

The C4ISR helps to enhance the command, control and communication potential of in-service cutters, boats and aircraft. This support system will help to link the Coast Guard’s older assets with its newest. India offers ample of opportunities in C4ISR and IT product development in defense industry. The dependency of India on other countries for the development of defense equipments is a concern which creates opportunities for other nations.

Key Products Covered in the Report:

Biometric System

Communication Systems

Electro Optic Systems

Electronic Warfare Systems

Military IT

Radars

Sensor & Guidance

Signals Intercept & Cryptography

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