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Report on 138 Lithium-based Rechargeable Battery Manufacturers

This report concerns lithium-based rechargeable batteries. Predominantly, they are lithium-ion but we also cover alternatives usually with no intercalation and using lithium metal. All serious analysts predict that these will be responsible for the majority of expenditure on rechargeable batteries over the coming decade, notably in the lithium-ion form. It is therefore important for those making, designing in and using such batteries to understand the variations emerging and their potential for success or failure. Unfortunately, even comprehensive listings of manufacturers and intending manufacturers are hard to find. This report clarifies the situation, revealing the product chemistry, strategy and electric vehicle success of manufacturers and intending manufacturers.

The lithium-ion “Li-ion” battery business (most of the batteries covered in this report) is growing very rapidly to many tens of billions of dollars yearly, thanks to billions of dollars continuing to be invested in the industry. Their use is widening well beyond e-readers, tablets, laptops and mobile phones with vehicles being particularly important for the future, mainly hybrid electric and pure electric vehicles by land, water and air. However, everything about Li-ion is changing, including all electrode and electrolyte chemistry and morphology, so keeping up with the what, why and when is essential. Many niche and volume opportunities are opening up for all in the value chain.

Rechargeable batteries are replacing single-use batteries. Think of what has happened with cameras. They are essential in newly successful products such as hybrid buses, Mars landers, automatic underwater vehicles and silent electric aircraft. Demand has entered the fast growth phase.

For the first time, we analyse 138 manufacturers and putative manufacturers across the world concentrating on the chemistry and format of their batteries, EV sales success (where that is a chosen focus) and strategy in a detailed table, with separate explanation and easy-to-understand pie charts of analysis. Lucid, easily read text gives problems, opportunities and view of the future globally.

Table of Contents
1.1. 138 Lithium-based Rechargeable Battery Manufacturers
1.2. Lithium-ion or something else?
1.3. Lessons from geographical spread
1.4. Lessons from market positioning
1.5. Cathode chemistry
1.6. Anode chemistry
1.7. Solid or gel polymer or glassy inorganic electrolyte
1.8. Containment cases
1.9. Near perfect batteries
1.10. Where will we be in ten years’ time with lithium-based rechargeable batteries?

1.1. Nomenclature for lithium-based rechargeable batteries
1.2. 138 manufacturers and putative manufacturers of lithium-based rechargeable batteries with country, cathode and anode chemistry, electrolyte morphology, case type, applicational priorities and customer relationships, if any, in sel

1.1. Planar Energy roadmap
1.2. Number of manufacturers making or preparing to make lithium-ion vs other types of lithium-based battery % rounded.
1.3. Manufacturers of lithium-based rechargeable batteries by country % rounded
1.4. Priority applicational sectors for lithium-based rechargeable battery manufacturers, some having more than one priority.
1.5. Winners in niche and volume sales of lithium-ion batteries by market sector and positioning.
1.6. The cathode chemistry chosen by 138 manufacturers of lithium based batteries, some choosing several options
1.7. The anode chemistry chosen by 138 manufacturers of lithium based batteries, some choosing several options
1.8. Polymer, glassy inorganic and liquid electrolyte choice between 138 manufacturers of lithium-based batteries.

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Research Report on China Communications Equipment

This report presents a clear picture about the overall development of communications equipment market in China and the trend in recent years based on detailed data analysis. This report includes the analysis on the communications equipment market size and market share in China, the study on major hot areas in this market, introduction of key data and the comparison of top 10 enterprises in terms of sales revenue and market share, the detailed description of the import and export…

This report covers following sections.
– Market Size
Based on Zeefer’s China Market Size Formula, by the analysis on market size, industry sales revenue and domestic output in 2009 – 2011, this report presents a picture of the real development of China market and changes in the overall market size.

– Hot Areas
Based on the comparison and analysis on production volume and import in different provinces or cities, this report points out those hot areas in this market deserve most attention.

– Top 10 Enterprises
Based on the comparison and analysis on top 10 leading enterprises in terms of sales revenue, market share and number of employees, the report shows their market positions in China. Additionally, this report lists basic contact information of the top 10 leading enterprises.

– Market Share and Market Structure
This report analyzes the market share distribution by segments based on enterprises nature (leading enterprises, foreign enterprises, state-owned and private enterprises), imports and regional markets in China in terms of sale revenue, profitability, production volume, number of enterprises and the value of imports… The report offers data on the market shares of imported products, foreign enterprises and enterprises in other forms. It also offers a comparison of profitability by forms of enterprise ownership, presents a picture of the market share of leading enterprises and the distribution of major regional markets in China. In addition, the report figures out the structure and concentration ratio of the current communications equipment market in China by means of Bain’s Market Structure Classification and Index of CR4.

– Import and Export
In this section, the report includes the main source countries / regions of imported products for China and their market shares, the domestic destinations of imported products in China and shares for these destinations, major export destinations (countries or regions) for Chinese products and shares of these destinations, major origins of the exported products and their shares.

– Industry Standards
The report lists relevant national standards and/or industrial standards concerning communications equipment products generally accepted in China, including standard names both in Chinese and English as well as their unified code numbers.

– Major Importers
The report lists 10 major importers for communications equipment products in China and provides their contact information such as company name, address, website, telephone number and fax number.

– Key Statistics
Based on the concise analysis on the sales revenue, production volume, number of enterprises, total profit, total loss, total assets, return on the asset and profit margin as well as other key statistics, the report presents the current situation, the growth rate and profitability of this industry in China.

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Analysis of Samsung’s Competitiveness in 2012

Samsung Electronics’ wide product line-up ranges from set products to components, encompassing semiconductor, TV, and LCD and LED display. In the global market, it has been presenting a successful growth in a tough business environment. For this reason, Samsung can be referred to as the benchmark for companies in development of successful business strategies.

Samsung’s sales reached a new high in 2011 despite recession in the IT industry. It recorded KRW 165 trillion in sales which increased KRW 10 trillion from 2010.

Each of communications, semiconductor and TV business presented a strong performance, driving the sales increase. Its mobile handset production surpassed 300 million units last year. In particular, smartphone shipments reached 100 million of which Galaxy series made a large contribution. The semiconductor segment continues to be the cash cow for the company with improved product mix although DRAM price fell to a record low. The digital media and home appliance business tripled in profit earnings thanks to the popularity of LED TV.

Samsung’s TV business enhanced profitability by being focused on premium LED TV products and the communications business posted a new record in terms of shipment by strengthening smartphone product line-up.

Despite the successful results, Samsung is placed under pressure to seek new growth engines because its current business structure is faced with various challenges and it needs to maintain a steady growth. To achieve the goal, Samsung will make a huge investment in five strategic businesses by 2020. In line with that, corporate restructuring has been conducted through merger, creation of new business segments and separation since July 2011.

Samsung’s restructuring efforts has three goals: first, to fill the entire product line-up with world-best products; second, to improve relations with the global partners including Sony and Apple; and, third, to shift its paradigm to a ‘Software Driven Company.’ In 2012, corporate restructuring will be focused on separation of set product business and component business, enhancement of competitiveness in software and content businesses, and preparation for future businesses. It is expected that Samsung Electronics will evolve into a new company when restructuring is completed. On the other hand, businesses struggling with low profitability due to aggravating business environment or immature market demand will be integrated with others for an efficient management. For instance, LED display business was integrated into component business on April 1, 2012 and LCD display will be merged with SMD to concentrate on OLED display production.

Samsung Electronics has been dedicated to improving its competitiveness in hardware technologies including mobile DRAM, AP, NAND flash and OLED display, which, in turn, resulted in high-quality set products by being combined with software, design and solutions.

It looks to expand the synergy effect between hardware technologies and some set products to entire product line-up, in a way to become the top-tier company in the world. Besides, solutions and display technology of smart devices will be adopted for TV and home appliance products, in line with the business goal of Samsung to become a ‘Software Driven Company.’ Samsung has been progressive in sports marketing and pursues a two-track marketing strategy which is composed of ‘Premium’ and ‘Localization.’ Its annual marketing expenditure amounts to 6% of sales.

In case of R&D, it strives to register more patents in preparation for possible lawsuits. In addition, progressive efforts will be made in the software business. Competitive software technologies are gaining importance in the market as smart devices are spreading from IT and mobile industries to others including home appliances. It seems that Samsung is willing to respond to rapid changes in the IT market, including the takeover of Motorola by Google, HP’s pulling away from PC business, and Apple’s onslaught of lawsuits around the world.

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Mobile Billing Evolution 2012-2017

Operators are faced with the growing complexity and cost of networks, as well as the ongoing challenge of meeting 21st century customer demands. A recent shift in focus towards customer experience has also brought about new paradigms in the telecoms industry. Constantly looking for ways to simplify internal processes and monetise their services more efficiently, next-generation mobile billing systems appear to address a number of today’s concerns. Visiongain expects the global mobile billing systems market to reach revenues of $6.13 billion in 2012.

The global mobile billing systems market has been steadily expanding over the past decade, but is about to enter into a stronger growth phase. Bolstered by ubiquitous migration to next-generation networks, this market – under the broader OSS/BSS umbrella – will be a salient issue in the telecoms industry over the 2012-2017 forecast period.

In the Mobile Billing Evolution 2012-2017 report, visiongain offers expert analysis of trends and opportunities in this surging market, supplemented by expert opinion from two market-leading companies. Visiongain’s forecasts of the industry span global, regional, and national markets, providing insight and in-depth analysis at every step.

Throughout the report, visiongain also examines tangential fields such as m-payments and m-commerce, mobile broadband, OSS/BSS, and IMS, all of which are critically intertwined with mobile billing.

All of visiongain’s findings are clearly and neatly illustrated through 85 charts, tables, and figures spanning the report’s 10 chapters.

Drawing on a great diversity of primary and secondary sources, visiongain presents analysis and forecasts the mobile billing systems market in a straightforward manner. This report is a thorough overview of forces driving contemporary mobile billing, describing its cause and effect relationships with diverse elements of an ever-expanding next-generation ecosystem.

Unique Selling Points
• Comprehensive analysis of the prospects for the global mobile billing systems market from 2012-2017.
• Analysis and forecasting informed by expert consultation with industry leaders. You will be able to read transcripts of interviews with product and marketing managers from two leading companies involved in different regions.
• 84 unique tables, charts, graphs, and figures that quantify, analyse and forecast the changing dynamics of the mobile billing systems market between 2012-2017.
• Forecasts and analysis for the global mobile billing systems market between 2012-2017.
• Forecasts and analysis for 5 regional markets (American Continent, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and North Africa, and the Rest of the World).
• Forecasts and analysis for the US market, a forerunner in the mobile billing sphere.
• A wide range of further supporting forecasts from 2012-2017 that underpin our projections for the mobile billing systems market.
• Analysis of the forces that influence and characterise the mobile billing systems market.
• Analysis of the overlapping areas of mobile billing systems and BSS, contextualised by their relationship to CRM, SDP, and the overarching global trend towards a multi play LTE + IMS environment.
• Analysis of 7 leading companies in the mobile billing systems market. The report studies their products, strategies, partnerships, and overall approach to a changing market.
• Vendor lists featuring a range of innovative companies operating at all levels of the mobile billing systems market.

Visiongain telecommunications reports are compiled using a broad and rich mixture of both primary and secondary information to produce an overall industry outlook. In order to provide our clients with the best product possible product, we do not rely on any one single source of information. Visiongain analysts not only interview market-leading vendors, carriers, service providers and industry experts but also review a wealth of financial data and product information from a vast range of sources.

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Smartphone Report: Gaming, Digital Music Distribution and Entertainment Opportunities 2011-2016

Is the Smartphone capable of swallowing the market for both handheld consoles and personal music players? Our research show that with declining iPod sales and an explosion in downloads of Smartphone game apps; the answer is yes. This report details the opportunities arising from this unique situation and also traces the future revenue generating potential of the Smartphone, as a one stop entertainment device.

Gaming to secure revenue streams
How can developers, operators and handset manufacturers‘ monetise the games app? As successful Smartphone games like Angry Birds reveal the vast revenue streams and franchise possibilities of Smartphone games, this report underlines the transformative effect that LTE and 4G will have on the Smartphones capabilities. With a host of features exclusive to these devices the opportunities set to open up between 2011 and 2016 will see the Smartphone revolutionise the mobile entertainment industry.

The changing face of the music industry
How will music and the cloud impact on the Smartphone market? As the music industry witnesses the steady terminal decline of both digital downloads and personal music players, 2011 marks a turning point in the relationship between Smartphones and digital music. With cloud services transforming the way consumers listen to songs, mobile based cloud services are set to make Smartphones indispensible, driving adoption rates and revenue streams.

What is Different about this Report?
We conducted an independent and unbiased non-vendor affiliated assessment of the Smartphone gaming music and entertainment market. We surveyed and interviewed several key industry players to gain an in-depth view of the market. We believe such a research will help you in assessing the market potential and in designing Smartphone gaming music and entertainment strategies.

Some of the key points researched and forecasted include:
• How will Smartphones in mass market evolve by 2016?
• Where is Smartphone Gaming headed?
• Can Smartphones replace handheld gaming consoles and mp3 players?
• Which mobile platform is the best choice for entertainment application developers in terms of UI and manageability?
• What are the Smartphone related challenges facing MNOs?
• What is the impact of Android’s growth on other platforms adoption by mass market?
• What are the key entertainment applications necessary to drive adoption of Smartphones?
• Will LTE change the way we use Smartphones as entertainment devices?
• What new entertainment applications will be supported by LTE?
• How can operators monetise these opportunities?

Who needs to read this report?
• Service Providers – Generating revenues from entertainment apps is a tricky business for service providers. These reports details how best to monetise apps of all kinds and suggest business models that will reap the most significant benefits.
• Music and games industry members – with both the games industry and music industry in a time of flux, there may be fears due to unpredictable revenue streams. The Smartphone represents a sure fire path to success for both industries. This report offers solutions to those seeking to make headway in the Smartphone arena and ensure
• App Developers – Key to the success of any game app is the developer. This report details revenue share figures, the most successful OEMs and Platforms for which games should be created and outlines how future technologies can be used to innovate and exploit the unique abilities of a Smartphone.

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Smartphone Report: Gaming, Digital Music Distribution and Entertainment Opportunities 2011-2016


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Mobile VoIP Report 2011-2016: Opportunities and Challenges

Mobile VoIP enters New Growth Phase
Mobile VoIP applications will generate annual revenues of $36 billion, driven by more than 180 million users worldwide. Across the world, operators are beginning to embrace the technology as consumer demand for cost effective communication services rises. There has been a steady increase in the number of successful partnership between VoIP vendors and mobile operators to deploy mobile VoIP services. This report quantifies mobile VoIP market, analyses the market drivers and the key market players and their strategies.

A Range of Factors is Fuelling the Growth of the Mobile VoIP Market
Mobile VoIP: Opportunities and Challenges Report 2011 examines the mobile VoIP landscape by exploring emerging trends in key geographical regions, supporting technologies and product portfolio. We present a comprehensive view of the mobile VoIP market through a SWOT analysis and discuss operator strategies that will help in monetising this emerging technology.

What is Unique about this Report?
Visiongain research presents independent, unbiased analysis in detail and presented in easily digestible terms. Through key industry contacts, our primary and secondary research provides you with the very latest, accurate market data available. Visiongain analyses the global m- payments market growth and provides a detailed analysis and forecasts through to 2016.

Who needs to read this report?
• Mobile Network Operators (MNOs)
Operators can evaluate how the growth of the mobile VOIP technology will affect the ICT industry in general and the enterprise mobility market in particular.

• Handset Manufacturers
Smartphones are well designed to support advanced acoustics needed for mobile VoIP. As the penetration of smart phones increases, new opportunities exist for handset manufactures to monetise the mobile VoIP market.

• VoIP Service Providers
The success of Skype and emergence of new players within the mobile VoIP space shows a definite market demand and potential for VoIP services.

• Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs)
We discuss how the MNVO business model can help the fixed line operators to combat declining voice revenues and position accordingly using mobile VOIP.

Table Of Contents

E. Executive Summary
E1. Essential Partnerships for the Success of Mobile VoIP
E2. VoIP Enabling Technologies
E3. Driving Factors in Adoption of Mobile VoIP
E4. Future of Mobile VoIP
E5. Key Points of the Report 1. Mobile VoIP (mVoIP): An Introduction
1.1 What is mVoIP: How does it Work?
1.1.1 mVoIP versus VoIP
1.2 Mobile Communications over Internet Protocol (MoIP)
1.2.1 What is MoIP?
1.2.2 Voice over Instant Messenger
1.2.3 How does MoIP work?
1.2.4 Is MoIP different from mVoIP?
1.3 mVoIP Implementation
1.3.1 Using a Mobile Phone as a Standard SIP Client
1.3.2 Use of Softswitch Gateways
1.4 mVoIP Technologies and Standards
1.4.1 UMA How does Generic Access Network (GAN) work? Femtocells
1.4.2 SIP
1.5 Wireless Technologies
1.5.1 EDVO Rev A
1.5.2 HSDPA and HSUPA (3G)
1.5.3 Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Standards Birth of Voice over Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Enabled Mobile Phones Global Shipment of Wi-Fi Mobile Handsets
1.5.4. WiMAX
1.5.5 Mobile-Fi
1.5.6 LTE and the 4G future Voice over LTE 3G Americas recommends IPv6 transition for LTE
1.6 mVoIP and Mobile Network Technologies
1.6.1 W-CDMA
1.6.2 TD-CDMA
1.7 mVoIP Implementation: Proprietary Protocols
1.8 RIM’s New Mobile Voice System
1.8.1 Is MVS another type of Wi-Fi based mVoIP?
1.8.2 How does Mobile Voice System (MVS) work?
1.8.3 RIM’s new MVS – a Challenge to IP Telephony?
1.9 Accessibility to VoIP on Mobile Phones: Applications and Platforms

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Mobile Advertising 2011-2016: Industry Outlook Report

Are mobiles becoming an essential platform for advertisers? Our new report offers research into the new trends in advertising and their increasing focus on mobiles. The industry is currently exploring different options: from SMS marketing to branded apps, through to mobile video and augmented reality. This expanding market is presenting a number of lucrative opportunities which are not yet being exploited to their full potential.

The phenomenal growth in mobile phones, and especially in smart devices, is expanding the realm of advertising into a highly dynamic and personal mobile domain. We believe that global mobile advertising revenues will more than triple over the next five years, reaching $16.85 billion USD by 2016, and showing the fastest growth of all advertising mediums. As the market is set to grow exponentially in the near future, now is the time for advertisers to take advantage of this currently undermined mobile platform.

A Complex Value Chain
Our latest report on mobile advertising provides a detailed analysis of the various marketing techniques available via mobile devices. We review the different advertising formats and channels, and provide information regarding analytics tools and search engine optimisation.

The report also assesses the viability of the mobile advertising ecosystem. We analyse the profiles of the value chain players, highlighting the opportunities and challenges they face in a rapidly evolving industry. Understanding user behaviour, demographics, market fragmentation and privacy issues are important for the deployment of a successful mobile advertising strategy.

Mobile Advertising 2011-2016 provides a full breakdown of industry players, including advertisers, brands, ad agencies, ad networks, ad enablers, network optimisers, platform vendors, search providers, content publishers, app developers, and operators. Our report reveals how their roles, relationships and strategies fit into this complex ecosystem.

What is Unique about this Report?
Mobile Advertising 2011-2016 will enable the reader to identify the most profitable advertising opportunities in the mobile space and understand the fundamentals of ad-based mobile media revenue models. Our report offers an overview of the technology, recommendations on potential strategies and insight into regional and economic markets. Expert interviews with mobile marketing specialists at Blyk, tyntec and Rhythm NewMedia will give you valuable insight about a fast changing and growing market.

Who needs to read this report?
• Mobile Operators – Understand how the market is likely to change over the next 5 years and identify strategies to ensure you can compete with online players and device vendors.
• Content Publishers and Mobile App Developers – Discover opportunities that are available in the mobile advertising sector, and identify new business models to grow your revenues.
• Technology and Platform Vendors – Gain in-depth market knowledge to develop and offer a fully managed mobile advertising solution to your customers.
• Ad Agencies – Increase your understanding of the mobile medium beyond SMS campaigns and ensure you have the right strategies in place to benefit from the expected strong market growth in the coming years.
• Mobile Ad Networks and Network Optimisers – Learn ways to increase fill rates and ensure the availability of high quality mobile advertising inventory on your network.
• Brands and Advertisers – Gain insights into the market trends and learn how you can ensure a good ROI from mobile advertising campaigns.

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Mobile Advertising 2011-2016: Industry Outlook Report


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