Vietnamese cricket protein producer Cricket One has raised an undisclosed sum in a seed funding round co-led by 500 Startups and Singapore-based Masik Enterprises.Cricket One co-founders Nam Dang and Bicky Nguyen established the company in 2017 to provide environmentally friendly food sources beyond Southeast Asian countries and help the livelihood of farmers.Dang said that in Vietnam, crickets mature naturally in 28 days and takes in organic farm byproducts as feed.“By outsourcing crickets growing to specially trained local farmers, not only do we achieve cost advantage, but we also ensure better local incomes and community development and better global sustainability,” he said.Cricket One said it only needs 2 liters of water and 1.5 kilograms of feed to produce 1 kilogram of edible weight.“In fact, with each hectare able to produce over 250 tons of pure protein per year, it is almost 50x more productive than growing soybeans for the famous Impossible Burger,” said Masik Enterprises director Mikhail Zeldovich.
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The global smart kitchen appliances market is projected to grow at the rate of 17.2% during the forecast period, 2018-2023.Small players are engaging in joint ventures with international players looking to expansion into the market, especially in emerging economies like India and China.For instance, in India, Flipkart Ltd has started offering customers an option to pay via monthly instalments without charging them interest as it seeks to boost the sales of various electronics appliances including smart kitchen appliances.Smart Refrigerator to Witness Significant Market Growth during Forecast PeriodSmart refrigerators can provide convenience to consumers as smart refrigerators are capable of connecting to the internet, and it is use to order groceries by simply using smartphone and audio instruction which is influencing consumers to buy more smart refrigerators.For instance, one Samsung model uses the Groceries by Mastercard mobile app to order and pay.Compared to traditional kitchen appliances, smart kitchen appliances are expensive which are restraining the market growth at some extent.Jul 2018: Electrolux announced a new partnership with guided cooking company SideChef to create a smart kitchen platform for their Asian Pacific market.Increasing Penetration of Broadband Devices to Drive Smart Kitchen Appliances Market Growth in Asia-Pacific RegionIn North America region, growing application of The Internet of Things (IoT) also called the Cloud of Things (CoT) is driving the sales of smart home appliances as IoT helps smart kitchen appliances to connect with the Internet and be able to identify themselves to other devices.
It's already clear that most savvy industry leaders have a greater understanding of blockchain technology than was the case a couple of years ago.This stems from a surge with internal research and development, in partnership with third parties, as blockchain has the potential to be deployed in a variety of use cases.As the number of Hyperledger pilot projects increased, so has awareness.It's improved among the project participants and elsewhere in their industries, with competitor companies beginning to consider whether they should seek to gain a competitive advantage from a blockchain deployment.According to the latest worldwide market study by Juniper Research, blockchain deployments will enable banks to realize savings on cross-border settlement transactions of more than $27 billion by the end of 2030, thereby reducing costs by more than 11 percent per on-chain transaction.According to the analyst's assessment, financial services firms that integrate blockchain should achieve cost reductions in payment processing and reconciliation, and in treasury operations and compliance.
His recovery took an unexpected turn for the worse on July 21.“I am profoundly saddened to learn of Sergio’s state of health.It is a situation that was unthinkable until a few hours ago, and one that leaves us all with a real sense of injustice,” wrote John Elkann, FCA’s Chairman and a descendant of Fiat founder Giovanni Agnelli, in a heartfelt statement.He praised Marchionne’s management skills, intelligence, and generosity.“He taught us to think differently and to have the courage to change, often in unconventional ways, always acting with a sense of responsibility for the companies and their people,” he added.Posting on his personal Twitter account, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer called him a giant in the industry and wished him a speedy recovery.
Huawei announced that its CloudFabric Solution succeeded in helping China Mobile’s MIGU construct elastic, intelligent, and accurate converged data center (DC) IT resource pools, which are to be put into commercial use imminently.As the only subsidiary of China Mobile that runs audio and video services, MIGU is responsible for platform construction, service operation, content cooperation, and new product development of audio and video services.The continuous service expansion poses the following challenges to data center networks that use traditional solutions:Resource pooling: The number of servers required by a single DC increases from several hundred to tens of thousands.In addition, intra-DC and inter-DC converged IT resource pools need to be constructed.Automatic deployment: Rapidly emerging new services need to be provisioned on data center networks in minutes.
Tesla’s Semi is off to a promising start, despite there being no official pricing information available yet: In addition to a Walmart pilot, Canadian grocery giant Loblaw is purchasing 25 of the heavy duty all-electric transport trucks (via Canadian Press), with a $5,000 deposit for each upfront even though pricing is TBD for the vehicle, which is supposed to start shipping in 2019.Loblaw has a target of running a fully electric vehicle fleet to support its stores, as part of a goal of reducing its emissions impact by 2030.The plan is to eventually have as many as 350 zero-emission vehicles in operation by that time, and taking those diesel cars off the road could help it reduce its carbon footprint by the equivalent of taking around 20,000 consumer cars with internal combustion engines off the road.Tesla has said that its cost of operation for the Semi will help shippers save money on a per mile basis right away, and that’s likely meant to help lessen the impact of sticker shock when it finally does reveal the upfront price.But as I mentioned with the Walmart pilot, which will involve a trial of 15 Semi trucks across the U.S. and Canada, there’s additional value in helping these major shippers meet their green targets.This Loblaw backing is another sign that Tesla’s crazy truck dreams likely aren’t all that crazy after all, and could be perfectly timed to take advantage of a business climate where major retailers with significant logistics operations are looking for ways to minimize their carbon footprint, while also hoping to achieve cost benefits over the lifetime of their fleet.
A "first-of-its-kind" optimization model developed by engineers at Lehigh University - in collaboration with Pennsylvania's Department of Corrections (PADOC) - has won the prestigious Daniel H. Wagner Prize for Excellent in Operations Research Practice for 2017.According to a press release announcing the competition winner: "IADSS includes a new hierarchical multi-objective MILO model, which accurately describes the inmate assignment problem.Awarded by INFORMS, the leading international association for Operations Research & Analytics professionals, the Daniel H. Wagner Prize for Excellence in Operations Research Practice emphasizes the quality and coherence of the analysis used in practice.In the long run, they say, the system could shorten prison stays and reduce recidivism--the rate at which released prisoners commit new crimes -- by giving inmates more timely access to the treatment programs they need to earn parole.In a report released Sept. 1, PADOC officials said IADSS has enabled the corrections department to achieve cost savings and improvements in four areas:Shorter waiting lists for treatment programs.
Sote and provincial reform is expected to cost savings, but it requires that the service digitization is progressing rapidly.Hand on heart decided, how many of the following is your organization in connection with: old action questioned thought patterns, scalable cloud services, flexible service platforms and modern systems?Or is it meant as much as the constant current, the 1900-century perityvien solutions?the Siloed approach means that economic and business activities are not connected, and therefore not achieve cost transparency.cost-efficient project management, which would, for instance, in the hospital, the individual patient's treatment allocation of the actual costs, it is not possible siiloutuneen action and thinking model.fear of making mistakes is the beginning of wisdom -the school board believes that when the continuous current solutions, made the least errors.
Perhaps, is the corporate gold at the end of the rainbow for the Facebook-owned Whatsapp.For now, the company is concentrating once again on to reach the target audience by launching a fully standalone version of the popular meddelandeappen.Engineered with the purpose to facilitate the communication between companies and their customers.the business Edition will be free for smaller companies.Belongs to the other hand, the companies which have a bigger global customer base, you pay for it.What it can achieve cost, however, is so far a well kept secret.
'Please stop leaking info to The Reg' says UK bossExclusive Less than four months after DXC Technologies was created and the Frankenfirm is already embarking on a second round of jobs cuts with hundreds of frontline support techies earmarked for the chop.The company - an unholy alliance between CSC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services - is planning to chop $1bn in costs globally in its first fiscal year by consolidating real estate, including data centres and chopping heads.The first round of redundancies at the new organ started in May, just weeks after DXC was formed, but it was largely staff working in roles duplicated across the two merged entities that were being made redundant.“As part of the merger that created our new company, DXC Technologies has committed to achieve cost savings through improvements in efficiency and effectiveness, which is typical in mergers of this scale and nature.“The UK business must play a part in achieving these savings whilst delivering on the commitments to grow our business and improve our margins.
On a worldwide basis, companies are pausing efforts or taking a step back from globalization.In the United States, it is most evident in the proposals underway in Congress and the White House for H-1B visa reform, rising trade barriers, and potential changes to the tax that could change the tax implications of offshoring.Although the extent of changes is not currently known, it is reasonable and probable that they will make offshoring more difficult and more expensive for customers and their service providers as well as less socially acceptable.Is your organization one of the many that are now seeking alternatives to sending work offshore to achieve cost reduction?Among my advisory company s clients, we re seeing evidence of organizations currently postponing or cancelling initiatives to send work offshore.It is not yet clear that there is a large movement to do that.
Tesla expects SolarCity to contribute over $1 billion in revenue in 2017 if the proposed merger is approved, Tesla wrote in a blog post Tuesday.Tesla released financial information related to the SolarCity merger, which shareholders will vote on November 17.In the post, Tesla said it expects SolarCity to add more than half a billion dollars in cash to Tesla's balance sheet over the next three years and "to contribute $1 billion in revenue in 2017."Tesla also expects SolarCity "to immediately account for 40% of the assets of the combined company on a historical cost basis."Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Tesla's third-quarter earnings call that he expects SolarCity to be neutral or "perhaps a cash contributor" in the fourth quarter.Tesla reaffirmed in its blog post that it expects to "achieve cost synergies of $150 million in the first full year after closing" following a merger, which SolarCity first mentioned in a blog post in August.The word synergies implies layoffs are ahead.Business Insider's Bob Bryan wrote that we could see as much as 1,000 employees let go.SolarCity shares have plummeted by 45% since the beginning of the year.The company cut its marketing costs and laid off members of its marketing team over the summer.Strapped for cash, SolarCity has changed its strategy.
MoreThe sign at the IBM facility near Boulder, Colorado September 8, 2009. International Business Machines Corp. repeated that it expects to earn "at least" $9.70 a share this year.NEW YORK Reuters - International Business Machines Corp is in an unusual fix in telling big U.S. banks they can use its Watson software of Jeopardy-winning fame as a cost-saving solution: bankers say they like it, but cannot afford it.Banks are in the fifth year of their belt-tightening campaigns that began in 2011, chasing billions of dollars' worth of savings, and vendors that offer everything from technology to janitorial services are getting squeezed.With persistently low interest rates hurting revenue and businesses like bond trading hemmed in by new regulations, few on Wall Street expect the austerity to end any time soon.For IBM the irony lies in the fact that senior bank executives say they believe its artificial intelligence software could help them achieve cost-cutting goals in coming years, but are not ready to pay for Watson today.Several technology executives from large banks told Reuters that while the software may have enormous potential, they would struggle to convince top managers, laser-focused on quarterly results, to sign off on investments that do not offer an immediate payoff.
News: Major survey and report reveal how enterprises are engaging with digital transformation.Used to describe a whole scale change to a business through the application of digital technology, digital transformation has long been plagued by the complaint that IT projects always run behind schedule.However, research by Sopra Steria suggests that this is no longer the case, with 83% of enterprises pleased with the pace at which their Digital Transformation projects have been delivered.The survey found that businesses are mostly using digital transformation processes to update systems and processes, primarily as a means to achieve cost reductions, and to increase customer engagement via an improved customer experience.64% of enterprises were found to be deploying technologies to streamline processes, with a further 60% of enterprises focusing digital investment on the customer and 54% hoping to achieve a customer experience transformation.However, 52% of enterprises are currently only executing one Digital Transformation project and although pleased with the pace of transformation, the survey suggests there is room for improvement.
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