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10 Oct 2014  |  Global
Does Your Green Footprint Strategy Leverage Emerging Market Potential?
Information technology and service provider companies are turning to renewable energy to meet sustainability goals because of high energy consumption and excessive emissions from data centers. Companies are investing in on-site renewable energy projects or partnering with utility companies to expand their green footprint. This study establishes tha...
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26 Oct 2010  |  Global
This research service provides an in-depth look at the smart card and integrated circuits market at a global level, breaking down into four geographic regions, EMEA, Asia Pacific (APAC), North and Latin America, and by application areas, such as SIM, banking, transport, Pay TV, etc. This study discusses market shares and forecasts the markets from ...
12 Oct 2010  |  Global
This research captures the global pertinent forces of the future that impacts business, society, cultures and personal lives. These mega trends are macroeconomic forces of development that will define our future world and its increasing pace of change. It is important to continuously track these Mega Trends to gain a strategic vision and to capital...
28 Jun 2009  |  Global
This research service provides an indepth look at the smart card market at a global level, breaking down into four geographic regions, EMEA, Asia Pacific (APAC), North and Latin America, and by application areas, such as SIM, banking, transport, Pay TV, etc. This study discusses market shares and forecasts the markets from 2008-2015.The base year f...
19 Aug 2008  |  Global
Small cars are touted to be the next big trend in the automotive industry, with the top management of suppliers and manufacturers showing great interest towards this new development. This Frost & Sullivan research tries to provide an overview of the global market for low-cost cars and also analyses the various approaches used by different system an...
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01 Oct 2003  |  Global