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The new-age customer expects technologies like connected devices and social media to create superior, personalized and consistent experience.And, the hyper-connected customer plays a crucial role in the success of any business.Additionally, technology accelerators such as AI are redefining customer communications.With more and more companies adopting the Digital-First strategy, CCM is all about delivering a superior customer experience withcontextual, consistent and hyper-personalized communications.Next-Gen CCM- Trends are changing towards the customerWith an emphasis on interactivity, responsiveness, engagement, and contextual understanding, the future of communications will be analytics-based with a spotlight on digital communications.The growing interest in DigitalCustomer Experience hasfirmly moved the focus towards a customer-centric point of view and this will be the driver for the next generation of communications.The combination of the customer’s behavior, and technology such as machine learning will help enterprises analyze, learn and ultimately predict the most optimized communication, content and the most preferred channel to engage customers.As Customer Experience (CX) becomes a source of competitive advantage, customer communications will continue to play a crucial role in creating these experiences.The integration of CCM technologies within the customer journey is increasingly important.With a CCM solution enterprises canCreate personalized marketing messages for cross-sell and up-sell that improve revenuesSend engaging communication with mini-videos, interactive-two way videos with features like password protectionIntegrate with virtual assistants and mobile apps that drive self-helpSend centralized alerts and notifications engine that engage customers by enabling real-time alerts/notifications Enable single view of the customer to internal and external stakeholders by bridging data silos that ensures a seamless customer experience To learn how Intense Technologies can help your enterprise integrate innovative CCM solution to enhance customer experience, email us at [email protected] or visit our website https://in10stech.com/.
AI technologies are disrupting traditional receipt digitization with OCR to attain greater efficiency, accuracy, and effectiveness.We, at Oodles, as an emerging Artificial intelligence development company, present a closer look into how AI automates invoice processing and receipt digitization.Our AI-driven OCR scanning services enable businesses to overcome numerous limitations faced by traditional OCR.Learn more: Receipt Digitization with OCR Systems for Businesses
NYMBUS®, a provider of the world’s most advanced financial services platform, today announced a new partnership with digital payments company Payrailz® to further enhance NYMBUS’ cloud-based SmartEcosystem™ of digital-first banking products and services.A revolutionary alternative to the legacy business model, NYMBUS has disrupted the market by allowing every size of financial institution to buy back decades of lost time and get to market almost instantly to engage and support the entire digital customer journey.Similarly, Payrailz was founded to help banks and credit unions succeed by offering a smarter, faster and more engaging payment experience that surpasses the current solutions available in the market.Working in partnership, NYMBUS will offer Payrailz’ digital billing and payment management solutions as part of its integrated ecosystem of offerings to help more institutions urgently reinvent themselves and proactively support consumers’ evolving digital banking needs.“COVID-19 has accelerated the speed of transformation required for financial institutions to remain relevant,” said Scott Killoh, CEO of NYMBUS.“Our partnership with Payrailz extends to our bank and credit union customers the smartest payment features this market has seen.At a time when contactless payments are on the rise and seamless digital services have never been more necessary, our combined efforts help to quickly better connect and enhance their relationships with consumers and members.”The NYMBUS SmartLaunch™ Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) model is an extension of the SmartEcosystem and has gained tremendous momentum for providing the bundled technology, complete operational support, and full-service digital onboarding, marketing and integrated CRM solutions to quickly stand up a fully-outsourced digital subsidiary bank.Together with Payrailz, SmartLaunch banks are now empowered to get-to-market even more instantly in as few as 30 days for consumers to more easily pay bills, pay friends and transfer money digitally.Payrailz is a forward-thinking payments organization working to propel financial institutions ahead of their competitors by providing faster, intelligent, data-driven digital payment solutions that proactively meet the changing payments needs of both consumers and businesses.
The COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) has shaken the entire world with heavy storm where with each passing day cases are increasing exponentially.Almost countries have followed the lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19.Helplessly because of this full-blown global pandemic we all are trapped in homes due to these nationwide closures.Many schools, colleges, universities, and coaching institutes worldwide are forced to shut their all academic affairs and facilities for many days.As per recent studies done by UNESCO, more than 80% of the world’s student population are been affected by this.As there is no clarity on when things get normal and places get reopen, educational institutions are now inclined to offer the online classroom study-from-home choices to their students, as an alternative to the physical classroom.But The Challenge IsOffering online virtual classes seems to be easy to hear but while implementing and executing schools face a lot of issues such as high-cost and limitations in terms of advanced technology that offer flexibility & customization.Knowing these constraints SkuGal has built one of its kinds Cloud Based School ERP Free that easily meets the requirements of almost all schools or educational requirementsIt allows you to spend more time on teaching and cultivating a meaningful relationship between student and teacher.
Image: Skydio If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the day when self-flying drone startup Skydio becomes a true competitor to DJI, you might taken today’s announcement poorly. You might have assumed that after two impressive drones that didn’t quite fulfill their full potential, Skydio’s decision to build its next flying flagship camera exclusively for the enterprise and military markets meant it was done with consumers entirely. But Skydio CEO Adam Bry tells The Verge he’s just getting started — there are more consumer drones on the way. “We have more products coming in that market that we’re excited about,” reveals Bry, saying the timing was simply right to expand into the enterprise market, too. In both markets, he says, the goal isn’t to try to beat... Continue reading…
Microsoft is reportedly making more cuts to its MSN editorial team, according to GeekWire. The company previously laid off dozens of contractors working on MSN, people close to the situation told Business Insider in June. Microsoft has yet to confirm the MSN layoffs. GeekWire said Microsoft "isn't commenting publicly," and Microsoft has yet to respond to an earlier request from Business Insider. Staffing changes are relatively common within Microsoft around the time its new fiscal year rolls around on July 1. Are you a Microsoft employee? Contact this reporter via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1-425-344-8242) or email ([email protected]). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Microsoft is making more cuts to the MSN editorial team, GeekWire reported Monday, citing unnamed sources familiar with the situation. The company in June cut dozens of editorial contractors in favor of an artificial intelligence-driven system of picking news for MSN.com, one of the world's most popular news destinations. People close to the situation told Business Insider in June that the layoffs impacted all of its around 50 contractors in the US. Now, GeekWire reports, the company is laying off an unspecified number of full-time employees in the same MSN unit, including some senior leaders. Microsoft has yet to confirm the MSN layoffs. GeekWire said Microsoft "isn't commenting publicly," and Microsoft has yet to respond to an earlier request from Business Insider. Microsoft typically makes changes to its headcount around the time it begins a new fiscal year on July 1. Perhaps the most significant of these changes came in 2017 when the company reorganized its entire sales organization to focus on cloud computing, and laid off thousands of employees. This year, prior to the end of Microsoft's fiscal year on June 30, Microsoft announced plans to close all of its physical retail locations and shut down its video game streaming service Mixer.  Got a tip? Contact Ashley Stewart via email at [email protected], message her on Twitter @ashannstew, or send her a secure message through Signal at 425-344-8242Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: A cleaning expert reveals her 3-step method for cleaning your entire home quickly
SoftBank is considering selling chip design company Arm Holdings or taking it public, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday citing unnamed sources. Arm Holdings, which Softbank acquired four years ago for $32 billion, became a dominant player in the chip market with a power-efficient architecture embraced by many mobile device manufacturers. The British company recently scored a big win after Apple announced that it will transition away from Intel chips for its Mac computers and will instead use Arm-based architecture. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories SoftBank Group is looking to sell Arm Holdings or taking the trailblazing British chip design company public, a report said Monday. SoftBank is considering different options for the semiconductor design firm which it acquired four years ago for $32 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported citing unnamed sources. The news comes as SoftBank continues to shore up its shaky finances, as it reels from the fallout from WeWork's infamous aborted IPO plans. The company also recently sold off some of its stake in wireless carrier T-Mobile. The Japanese conglomerate has hired Goldman Sachs helping SoftBank review its options for Arm, the report said. Arm emerged as a technology powerhouse by introducing a power-efficient chip architecture that became widely used in the mobile market, outpacing semiconductor giant Intel.  Arm scored a big win last month when Apple announced that it will transition away from Intel chips for its Mac computers and will instead start using Arm-based architecture.  Got a tip about Arm Holdings or another tech company? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected], message him on Twitter @benpimentel or send him a secure message through Signal at (510) 731-8429. You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop. Claim your 20% discount on an annual subscription to BI Prime by clicking here. SEE ALSO: The CTO of $6.8 billion AI startup Automation Anywhere explains why the hot startup is hiring despite the pandemic, including jobs that pay more than $200,000 a year SEE ALSO: The 10 hottest startups attracting 'hidden investors' who are buying vested stock options from employees during the COVID-19 crisis SEE ALSO: 16 top tech leaders who came to the US from around the world explain their forceful opposition to Trump's freeze on immigrant work visas: 'It's only going to make America less competitive' Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Pathologists debunk 13 coronavirus myths
Integrated Platform as a Service (IPaaS) Market Integrated Platform as a Service (IPaaS),with automated tools, These IPaaS platform provides pre-built connectors, business rules, maps, and transformations that help in the development of integration flows and application programming interface (API) management.The growing need for the security and reliability creates demand for integration services.The IPaaS integrates all such industry services and its applications within a common platform.IPaaS also helps business organizations in reducing the operational cost.In 2017, Informatics Corporation reimagined IPaaS and launched a next-generation solution to power customers’ data-driven digital transformations.This solution provide enterprises with artificial intelligence (AI) powered with IPaaS and enables processing more than 2.5 trillion cloud transactions monthly for Informatica’ customers.Market Drivers:Increasing awareness regarding IPaaS amongst business enterprisesGrowing need of organizations to streamline business processes and digital transformationIncreasing adoption of internet of things (IoT) and evolution of big data conceptConvergence of IoT and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies within robotsGovernment initiatives and policies favouring automationGet Exclusive Sample Report: @ https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-integrated-platform-as-a-service-ipaas-market Scope of the Integrated Platform as a Service (IPaaS) MarketCurrent and future of Integrated Platform as a Service (IPaaS) Market outlook in the developed and emerging marketsThe segment that is expected to dominate the market as well as the segment which holds highest CAGR in the forecast periodRegions/Countries that are expected to witness the fastest growth rates during the forecast periodThe latest developments, market shares, and strategies that are employed by the major market playersGlobal Integrated Platform as a Service (IPaaS) Market  By Integration Type (Data Integration, Application Integration, Application Program Interfaces (API) Integration,Process Integration), Industry Vertical (Banking, Financial Services, Insurance (BFSI), Government & Public Sector, Manufacturing, Media & Entertainment, Education, Telecommunications, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Consumer Goods & Retail, Others), Geography (North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa)– Industry Trends and Forecast to 2025 Browse Related Report  Here:Autonomous Ships MarketFreight Management System MarketSome of the leading key players profiled in this study:The other players in the market are Mulesoft, Inc., SnapLogic, Inc., Celigo, Inc., Jitterbit, Inc., Flowgear, SAP SE, TIBCO Software Inc., Microsoft Corporation, Capgemini SE, Dell Inc., Fujitsu Ltd., Cherwell Software, SnapLogic,  Workato, ScribeSoft, and many more.
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Photo: Skydio Skydio, a startup that makes autonomous drones that fly themselves with little human intervention, is entering the commercial drone market with its new X2 model. The X2 is Skydio’s first non-consumer device and it’s marketed toward government agencies, the military, and other organizations that require aerial surveillance or surveying, and it comes with a built-in infrared thermal camera. The X2 announcement coincides with Skydio’s new round of $100 million in funding, led by German multinational company Siemens’ Next47 firm. Skydio first entered the market a little more than two years ago with the Skydio R1. The R1 was an autonomous drone that sported impressive artificial intelligence-powered obstacle avoidance and other sensors and... Continue reading…
iOS app development, on the other hand, follows a relatively more subjective, and dynamic approach.While there is strict adherence to nomenclature, the app development follows a free (open) structure within the XCode.TestingThis refers to the extensive amounts of testing (scrutiny) that developers put mobile apps through, in order to assess their present abilities, as well as future scope.Testing is a crucial to the life of any app, as it gives all concerned parties, a good deal of insight into the all aspects of the app - both good and bad.There is not much difference in the simulated testing platforms employed by both Android, and iOS app development; as the results are seemingly unsatisfactory in both cases.Conversely, iOS app development was, until a few years ago, carried out using Objective C. This has since been replaced by the easier, more efficient Swift programming language.
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Social media analytics is a business tool to gather and analyze the data from social media websites in order to analyze the customer sentiments and market scenario supporting the marketing activities and business decisions.Data mining is based on the business objective such as increasing revenues, reducing service costs and product and services feedback.The growing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have enhanced the social media analytics to quantify the free text and unstructured data.Such technological developments are driving the growth of global social media analytics market.As the data shared by Facebook, it had 1,562 million active users daily, as of the first quarter of 2019.Further, Twitter shared that 500 million Tweets are sent each day and 9% more people are using Twitter every day, reinstating the growing penetration of social media networks at a global level.Many social networks like Facebook, have realized the importance of targeted advertising that they are offering through paid solutions to businesses, wherein location, demographics, and end-device information of consumers are made available for businesses to reach out to the targeted section of consumers.According to HubSpot, a developer and marketer of software products for inbound marketing and sales, marketers increased social advertisement budgets by 32% in 2018, leading to the production of more ads than ever before.In 2019, more brands may strengthen their online customer service practices and even move to new platforms that may potentially offer more effective technology for customer service to thrive online, such as WhatsApp and Messenger.The release of the WhatsApp business API in August 2018 may continue to be a total game-changer in the industry.
Social media analytics is a tool largely used by different businesses to gather and analyze the data from social media websites in order to analyze the market scenario and customer sentiments, to support the marketing activities and business decisions.Data analysis is based on the business objective such as customer segmentation, reducing service costs, increasing revenues and product and services feedback.The growth in development of artificial intelligence (AI), data mining and machine learning have improved the social media analytics to quantify the free text and unstructured data available.Twitter was ranked second with 24.08 percent of all U.S. social media site visits.Social networking is one of the most popular internet activities in North America, particularly in the United States.Thus, it provides more accurate data to the businesses.
Images shared online have a big impact on how we travel. As documentary photographer Sara Melotti puts it: We are all going to the same places, trying to get similar versions of that same shot because we know it will get us more likes….we go to Instagram-spots! What a sad sad word that is, isn’t it?! Sad as it may be, those photos can reveal a lot about our travel choices, as Facebook‘s AI team recently discovered. The researchers analyzed the influence that online photos and conservation policies have on travel patterns by applying algorithms to thousands of images of Cuzco, Peru. [Read: China plans to build world’s first… This story continues at The Next Web
Enterprises are moving towards using AI systems marketing and sales to improve the speed of deliveries and enhance customer service.AI has no particular definition.In simple terms, artificial intelligence is the concept of turning machines smarter than what they are.And this is done in a streamlined and effective manner, in which raw data is collected, processed, compared, and analyzed comprehensively using various factors.One of the main reasons for AI to become popular in sales is that machine learning can be trained and set to achieve certain results for the enterprise.AI will analyze existing data, collect more related information, and find loopholes or errors in the process.Let us take a look at how artificial intelligence for sales is helping enterprises streamline their businesses and achieve greater results by improving quality, sustainability, and efficiency.Building PipelinesThe first thing for the sales team to do is to build a pipeline of leads.It will help in contacting all leads faster and also ensuring that each of them feels equally important.Automating Daily OperationsNo department is free from paperwork.
Skeptics raised concerns for years about the potential ethical issues with artificial intelligence. Now, amid an historic civil rights movement in the US, the issue is getting new attention.  Tech giants like IBM and Amazon already said they will halt using facial recognition tools, software that has been shown to be discriminatory against Black people.  As action at the federal level remains stalled, one venture capitalist is calling for the industry to develop its own guidelines to govern the technology.  "We are finding more founders than ever who are actually able to discuss the ethical ramifications of what they are about to embark on early in the process. I don't think that was the case two years ago," True Venture's Rohit Sharma told Business Insider.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For years, researchers, skeptics, and advocacy organizations have raised concerns over potential ethical problems with certain uses of artificial intelligence technology.  A large group of academic scholars, for example, recently illuminated how AI algorithms designed to pinpoint expected criminal activity by analyzing faces only reinforced cultural stereotypes against persons of color.   Now, with a historic civil rights movement underway and more lawmakers eager to set up an initial policy framework to govern the tech, AI founders are more attuned than ever to the potential ethical issues, according to Rohit Sharma, a partner at early-stage VC firm True Ventures.  "The ethics of AI are pretty fundamental questions that we have taken to asking right at the seed stage and at least making sure the founders are sensitive to that," he told Business Insider. "We are finding more founders than ever who are actually able to discuss the ethical ramifications of what they are about to embark on early in the process. I don't think that was the case two years ago."  Some areas are more immediate than others. With California's privacy law in effect and other states following suit, Sharma said there is a much greater understanding of the issues with using consumer data or identifiable information of any kind.   But with action on the federal level unlikely in the immediate future as lawmakers look to tackle the near-term problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it's on the industry to begin self-policing itself more rigorously.  A gap in the market  There are already signs that this is happening.  IBM, for example, said it would stop working on general purpose facial recognition, while Amazon and Microsoft put a moratorium on selling it to police forces. The efforts, however, fall well-short of any consensus framework. "Those questions are getting asked now. Among the founders, it's a very high number of them that are sensitive to what is at stake here," said Sharma.  Where startups are "flailing," he said, is the lack of a ethical framework that the industry can use as a guiding light. "That's a gap in the market," he added. Some major industry players are attempting to jump-start the conversation. Google has publicly published its principles for ethical AI and IBM recently put out a new fact sheet to help guide the development of trustworthy AI.  But Sharma argues it has to be a broader effort, with collaboration from both large and small companies. And a blanket policy spanning the sector likely wouldn't even work. AI that, for example, helps schedule shifts for workers is much different than an application that could autonomously control the speed of a conveyor belt.  Private industry, however, will always be wary of federal and state lawmakers leading the charge on new policy over fears that it would stifle innovation and put the US at an uncompetitive advantage with rivals like China.  For its part, the White House recently released a list of potential AI "regulatory principles" that could help guide the discussion. And there are a litany of bills on the matter in Congress and statehouses across the US.   But for now, the industry remains in a perpetual state of policy limbo.SEE ALSO: A majority of financial services companies plan to double-down on AI and other high-tech tools that have helped the industry thrive during the coronavirus crisis, according to a new study Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why electric planes haven't taken off yet
Automation Anywhere was forced to do layoffs in April due to the coronavirus crisis. But Chief Technology Officer Prince Kohli said the startup is looking to fill jobs in response to a spike in demand for the company's brand of cloud-based automation, sparked by the shift to remote work. The roles, with salaries ranging from $100,000 to $200,000 a year, are mostly focused on AI and machine learning, the cloud, and user experience, which refers to design websites that are easy to use and navigate, Kohli tod Business Insider. "Across the board, compensation for all these jobs are over $100,000," he told Business Insider. "We're hiring a lot of AI people and data scientists." Click here for more BI Prime stories. The coronavirus crisis was bad news for Automation Anywhere, forcing it to cut jobs as the pandemic was escalating two months ago. Now the $6.8 billion startup is on a hiring push after the pandemic led to a growing need for automation technology. And the jobs in question pay very well. The roles, with salaries ranging from $100,000 to more than $200,000 a year, are mostly focused on AI and machine learning, the cloud, and user experience, which refers to design websites that are easy to use and navigate, said Prince Kohli, Automation Anywhere's chief technology officer. "Across the board, compensation for all these jobs are over $100,000," he told Business Insider. "We're hiring a lot of AI people and data scientists. We're hiring for cloud skills as well." Automation Anywhere has been a market leader in a new, but fast-growing tech sector called robotic process automation, or RPA, which refers to technology that automates common and repetitive computer tasks. The rapid growth of RPA was underscored on Monday when Automation Anywhere's rival, UiPath, announced that it has raised another $225 million in venture capital funding, boosting its valuation to $10.2 billion. Just eight months ago, Automation Anywhere  raised $290 million from investors led by Salesforce Ventures, boosting its valuation to $6.8 billion. But in April, the Silicon Valley startup announced that it was cutting jobs after the coronavirus crisis led to the sudden shift to remote work, which hurt demand for its core products. Automation Anywhere offers cloud-based software that clients can access remotely. But many of its customers have its software installed on their own servers in their own offices. The lockdown disrupted that business.  But the sudden pivot to remote work also triggered stronger demand for cloud-based automation. Automation Anywhere is pushing to meet that demand with new hires. But unlike last year, the company is focused on a narrower set of positions, Nancy Hauge, the company's chief human resources officer, said. "Last year, we were in blitzscale mode," she told Business Insider. "We were after a critical mass in many areas. This year, we're more focused." A key focus is bringing in more people with "cloud skills," Kohli said. He cited the need for cloud architects, who have become more in-demand since the crisis began. A first-time architect can earn around $200,000 a year, though some one with more experience in that role can make $50,000 to $60,000 more, Kohli said.  Kohli said Automation Anywhere is looking for tech professionals with expertise in AI, which has become increasingly important in automation. He said Automation Anywhere is looking to hire more data scientists and machine learning architects. Making their platform more accessible and easier to use is key which is why it is also important for them to bring in so-called "user experience" designers, he said. All that talent will help give Automation Anywhere an edge in an increasingly-competitive sector: Microsoft and IBM recently made acquisitions to expand their RPA offerings — even as UiPath prepares itself for a potential IPO, as it sees its own boom in business thanks to remote work. "We have continued to see positive momentum so we are in pretty good shape," UiPath CEO Daniel Dines told Business Insider in a recent interview. "I can say that it might accelerate our plan for an IPO early next year." Got a tip about Automation Anywhere or another tech company? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected], message him on Twitter @benpimentel or send him a secure message through Signal at (510) 731-8429. You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop. Claim your 20% discount on an annual subscription to BI Prime by clicking here. 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SummaryGlobal Automotive Artificial Intelligence Market Information Report by Technology (Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Context Awareness, Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing), by Process (Signal Recognition, Image Recognition, Data Mining), by Application (Human–Machine Interface, Semi-autonomous Driving, Autonomous Driving) and by Regions - Global Forecast To 2023Global Automotive Artificial Intelligence Market OverviewThe major players in the automotive industry and various technology giants are collaborating to accelerate the development of automotive AI.Automotive OEMs are progressively investing in Global Automotive Artificial Intelligence as it enables them to collectively improve their performance through the improvements in processes and progress in new driver/ vehicle features.Both advancedGet Free Sample @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4258Competitive LandscapeGeneral Motors Company (US), Toyota Motor Corporation (Japan), BMW AG (Germany), Audi AG (Germany), Ford Motor Company (US), Volvo Car Corporation (Sweden), Tesla Inc. (US), Qualcomm Inc. (US)Industry UpdatesJune 2019 - Volvo, a Swedish multinational manufacturing company and Nvidia, an American technology company, have entered into a partnership to collaborate on AI technology for self-driving vehicles.By incorporation of AI to its trucks, Volvo aims to disrupt the public and freight transport industry.SegmentationThe Global Automotive Artificial Intelligence market has been segmented based on technology, process, application.By technology, the Global Automotive Artificial Intelligence market has been segmented into machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, context awareness, and natural language processing.Regional AnalysisRegion-wise, the Global Automotive Artificial Intelligence market has been segmented into North America, Latin America, the Middle East & Africa (MEA), Europe, and Asia Pacific (APAC).North America is likely to dominate the global Global Automotive Artificial Intelligence market.The clustering of major market leaders in the region is a key factor driving the growth of the North America market.The US has been a frontrunner in the adoption of autonomous vehicles which provides lucrative growth opportunities to the Global Automotive Artificial Intelligence market.
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Google's corporate structure has once again shifted, streamlining certain groups and assigning new titles and responsibilities to CEO Sundar Pichai's team of executives. Pichai's inner circle of direct reports are helping the Google chief steer the company through a challenging period marked by increasing regulatory scrutiny, employee unrest and a pandemic that threatens to cause the first revenue decline in Google history. Business Insider has identified the key direct reports along with their new titles and responsibilities. Do you work at Google? You can contact this reporter securely using encrypted messaging app Signal (+1 628-228-1836) or encrypted email ([email protected]). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Google's senior leadership has gone through many incarnations over its 22-year history. But since CEO Sundar Pichai took the reins of the Alphabet parent company late last year — when Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin stepped aside — the senior leadership ranks have gone through some significant changes. With Pichai now running the entire operation, the 48-year old, India-born tech exec must build a team to help steer the company through a thicket of new challenges. In June, Pichai reshuffled several of Google's top executives in key businesses including search, advertising tech and maps.  The new "cabinet" has its work cut out for it. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing disruptions throughout the global economy and Google's advertising customers, the company must contend with rising competition, regulatory scrutiny, and employee unrest. And after more than two decades of astounding growth, Google's revenue is at risk of suffering the first ever decline in company history. Business Insider has identified the 15 senior executives at Google who report directly to Pichai. The list reflects the updated job titles and responsibilities that resulted from the latest management reorg.  Here is the who's who in Google CEO Sundar Pichai's inner circle:NOW READ: Lunch boxes, temperature checks, and no more sleep pods: Insiders reveal how Google is planning its return to the office Thomas Kurian — Google Cloud CEO Google has set 2023 as the deadline to overtake at least one of its major cloud rivals, and the pressure is on Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian to deliver. The former Oracle executive was named as Google's new Cloud chief in November 2018. "You will see us competing much more aggressively," he said just several weeks into his tenure. And so far, Kurian appears to be delivering on that promise as he pushes Google's enterprise business to catch Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Kurian succeeded Diane Greene, who was more focused on engineering, and who insiders say had a close professional relationship with engineering SVP Urs Hölzle. "Kurian is a move back to a sales-oriented culture at the top," said one person who worked with both Greene and Kurian. "That will probably help break through in markets that have been historically skeptical of Google within the enterprise." Kurian is wielding a great deal of power inside Google right now, and his stronger focus on enterprise sales is already helping Google pick up the pace. Under Kurian, Cloud is targeting more products and services specific to certain industries, and the Cloud chief said deals over $50 million more than doubled in 2019. Fun fact: Thomas has a twin brother named George, who is the CEO of NetApp. Ruth Porat — SVP and CFO of Google and Alphabet In 2015, just months before the company morphed into Alphabet, Ruth Porat left financial firm Morgan Stanley to join Google as its new Chief Financial Officer. The timing of Porat's arrival was not a coincidence, and since the reorganization she has continued to serve as CFO for both Google and Alphabet, making her one of the most important figures inside the internet empire. Insiders say Porat has become a more prominent figure within the company over time, particularly since Sundar Pichai became CEO of Alphabet and as the company has moved through the COVID-19 pandemic.  Porat's purview extends to Alphabet's so-called Other Bets — the hodgepodge of subsidiary businesses focused on autonomous driving, biotech and drones, among other things— where she controls the purse strings, headcount and future of the various efforts.   Kent Walker — SVP Global Affairs and Chief Legal Officer As senior VP for Global Affairs and Google's Chief Legal Officer, long-time employee Kent Walker is Google's top lawyer.  Walker advises Google's leadership team on legal and policy issues that involve everything from company acquisitions to antitrust investigations. Bloomberg once called Walker "the most powerful person in tech you've never heard of." That's not wildly off the mark. Before joining Google in 2006, the Stanford Law School graduate held top legal roles at eBay and at internet browser pioneer Netscape, as well as doing a five-year stint in the US Department of Justice. Walker is a key player inside Pichai's squad, and with a bigger antitrust storm brewing for the company in 2020 his job looks set to get a lot more complex. One bit of good news for Walker: With Brin, Page and former executive chairman Eric Schmidt no longer involved in the company's day-to-day affairs, the risk of a top exec saying something regrettable during company all-hands meetings has gone down considerably. That alone, suggest some insiders, should allow Walker to breath a lot easier. Rick Osterloh — SVP, Devices and Services For the past few years, Rick Osterloh has been attempting to wrangle Google's various hardware efforts – phones, laptops, wearables – into one cohesive vision. No easy task. The former president of Motorola Mobility, who Google hired back in 2016 to lead its hardware division, has perhaps most notably helped grow Google's own brand of Pixel smartphones into a household name. In 2018, Osterloh also took charge of Nest, once an independent company bought by Google and placed in a silo under Alphabet – before being absorbed back into the Google mothership. Now the pressure is on for Osterloh to prove that Google deserves to be taken seriously as a hardware giant. Google is said to be working on its own processors for future Pixel phones and Chromebooks, which would feasibly allow Osterloh and his team to do better and more interesting things with the surrounding hardware. Osterloh's own direct reports include Nest VP Rishi Chandra, and Clay Bavor, who oversees Google's virtual and augmented reality products.   Prabhakar Raghavan — Head of Search and Geo Insiders have described Prabhakar Raghavan as a major rising star within the company, and his latest promotion just proved it. In a recent executive reshuffle, Raghavan was named Google's new head of Search and Assistant. Prabhakar previous lead Google's ads and commerce team, and before that was in charge of G Suite in Google Cloud. But search is Raghavan's bread and butter. Before Google, he founded Yahoo Labs and led the company's search strategy, not to mention that he's published various books and papers on the subject, including a book co-authored with Rajeev Motwani called Randomized Algorithms. Not only will Raghavan be grappling with Google Search, the reorg puts Raghavan right at the top of the Google money tree, overseeing ads, Geo, commerce and payments — and the voice-based Assistant product too. With the new promotion, Raghavan has a sparkly new team of direct reports, which include Jerry Dischler, who now leads Google Ads; and new Geo leads Dane Glasgow and Elizabeth Reid. Insiders say Raghavan has already begun meeting with his new leads to learn about their progress, as he transitions into the new role. Hiroshi Lockheimer — SVP, Platforms and Ecosystems A founding member of the Android team, Lockheimer currently oversees Google's range of mobile products including Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, and Play. He joined the company in 2006, after Google acquired Android, where he served as executive director and later VP of engineering. In 2015, Google's fresh CEO Sundar Pichai, who once lead Chrome and Chrome OS development himself, appointed Lockheimer as SVP of Google's mobile software efforts. Insiders have described Lockheimer as having a "quiet strength" about him, calling him a well-respected leader in the company. Pichai's prior history working on Chrome means this is an area the Google chief is particularly close to. Lockheimer is also leading the charge on a new OS called Fuschia, an open-source sort-of-blend of Android and Chrome OS, which remains shrouded in much mystery. Susan Wojcicki — YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki not only serves as YouTube's CEO, she's also a card-carrying member of the old-school Google club. In fact, it was Wojcicki's garage where Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin built their first office in 1998. It was also Wojcicki who proposed Google buy YouTube in 2006, and now almost 15 years later the founders are surely glad they listened. Wojcicki, who studied history and literature at Harvard University, has transformed YouTube into one of Google's biggest success stories. And now that the company has started revealing YouTube's revenue, we can see just how successful it is. The business brought in $4.04 billion in revenue for the last quarter alone, marking a 33% year-over-year growth. Check out our list of the 33 insiders who hold the most power at YouTube featuring, naturally, the CEO herself. Lorraine Twohill — SVP of Global Marketing Lorraine Twohill joined Google in 2003 as the company's first marketing hire outside of the US, and quickly rose through the ranks to lead the company's marketing division. Twohill, who also created Google's in-house advertising agency Creative Lab, has her own wide range of reports across Google products, from Search to Chrome. "She's humanized Google with Super Bowl Sunday ads," wrote Business Insider in its list of the most innovative CMOs of 2020. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Twohill has worked with the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to promote official health information across Google's products. Ben Gomes — SVP, Education Another early member of the company, Ben Gomes joined Google in 1999 where he was tasked with, among other things, scaling Google's 'PageRank' beyond 25 million pages. Gomes has been described as Google's search czar. "I think of Ben as our diplomat," Marissa Mayer once said during her Google tenure. However, it wasn't until 2018 that Gomes was appointed head of Google's Search business. Now, Gomes has transitioned to a new role overseeing Google's education and learning products. In this new position at Google, Gomes will tie together the company's various education-oriented efforts, which includes everything from school Chromebook programs to the Google Scholar service. "Ben has always had a deep interest in education innovation, and we're excited to see him build on our work here," said CEO Sundar Pichai when announcing Gomes' new role in June. Gomes will continue to report directly to Pichai in his new role. He will remain a technical advisor on Search, assisting Prabhakar Raghavan as he leads the division, and will work closely with Google.org on corporate philanthropy.   Jen Fitzpatrick — SVP of Core and Corp Eng Jen Fitzpatrick, who joined Google via its internship program in 1999, was one of the first 30 employees at the company. She was also one of Google's first women engineers. Fitzpatrick has led teams on Search, Google News, shopping, and AdWords. In 2014, she was appointed VP for Geo, overseeing the entire Google Maps business. Fitzpatrick has just transitioned into a new role, moving out of Geo to lead the company's core engineering teams, overseeing more than 8,000 employees. "Jen's deep product knowledge and experience focusing on important areas such as privacy will set her up well to lead these teams," Pichai wrote in a memo announcing the move. She continues to service inside Pichai's inner team, just in a different capacity. Google engineering VP and company veteran Luiz André Barroso will remain working in Core, and now report to Fitzpatrick. Jeffrey Dean — Head of Google AI Jeffrey Dean is a Google Senior Fellow and head of the Google AI division. Another 1999 member of the company, Dean gained a reputation for his exceptional coding talent and joined Google's X lab in 2011 to work on deep neural networks. That eventually led to the creation of Google Brain, the company's research group which Dean continues to lead. Dean was appointed the head of Google's entire AI division in 2018 during a leadership reshuffle, which spun AI into its own business. During college, Dean worked on the World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS, and continues to have a deep interest in Google's work in the health sector. Philipp Schindler — SVP and Chief Business Officer Google's Chief Business Officer has been extremely busy over the past few months, as the company continues to fend off the effects of COVID-19. Schindler, who joined Google in 2005, took the job of Chief Business Officer when Google restructured itself under Alphabet in 2015. Not just the face of Google's advertising business, Schindler also weighs in on everything from Google News to the company's moonshots. Insiders have talked up Schindler's friendly persona, and say his "P Staff" meetings have become famous inside the company. The German-born Schindler is a veteran of the early online days, having worked at AOL and Compuserve during the 1990s. While Google is seeing the coronavirus pandemic ravage its advertising business, some analysts have been encouraged by the work Schindler has done to push much larger ad deals that could bolster these effects. Under the new world order, expect Schindler to work more closely with Raghavan as he steers Google's search and advertising business.   Corey duBrowa — VP, Global Communications and Public Affairs When it comes to Google's communications, the buck stops with Corey duBrowa. After stints shaping the PR strategy for Starbucks and Salesforce, duBrowa joined Google in 2018 to help build the company's brand. Corey duBrowa has a direct line to Pichai and wrangles a team of more than 200 staffers. Early on in his Google tenure, duBrowa introduced 'objectives and key results' (OKRs) for the company communications team – something Pichai uses with his own direct reports. "For years, Google was data-rich and analysis poor," DuBrowa told listeners during an interview at a Holmes Report event last year. "We're in the process of building the kind of analytics engine and team to help us be more precise."  And if you happen to come across Corey duBrowa's byline in Rolling Stone and GQ, that's because he was also a music journalist in a past life. Ben Smith — Google Fellow Like Jen Fitzpatrick, Ben Smith joined Google in 1999 from the company's internship program. He was so enamored with the company at the time that he left his graduate program to join Google's Search efforts — and has remained with Google ever since. Smith is a member of the old guard, and a technical advisor to the office of the CEO. While he's less in the public eye than other members of Pichai's squad, you'll occasionally see his name appear alongside various Google blog posts. Tom Oliveri — VP, CEO Team Tom Oliveri joined Google in 2005 where he worked on Google's first payment service, before transitioning to lead marketing for various Google products, eventually overseeing marketing for Chrome and Android in a VP role. Oliveri is currently a VP of the CEO team, reporting directly to Pichai. Oliveri's reports include, Jeff Markowitz, who joined Google as a leadership advisor in 2019.
The short-term rental industry has seen two big trends during the pandemic: a collapse in demand leading to liquidity challenges for urban operators, and a surge in demand for rural properties.  Airbnb-backed Lyric has shrunk to a single hotel in New York after slashing staff. Stay Alfred, one of the earliest venture-backed short-term rental companies, has shut down entirely.  But Sonder, the largest venture-backed short-term rental operator, and CorpHousing Group, a privately-owned operator, say they picked up more urban properties during the pandemic. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's become one of the classic images of the coronavirus era: city-dwellers renting an Airbnb in a rural area a couple hours outside of the city, looking to trade a cramped quarantine for open air and trees.  More recently, these same locations have seen another big bump, as vacationers look to more local rural and beach destinations instead of cities or international trips. Airbnb said on Wednesday that rural hosts in the US earned 25% more this June than they did in June of last year.  Meanwhile, rental operators focused on urban markets have struggled. Airbnb-backed Lyric, once one of leaders of the space, has shrunk to a single hotel in New York after slashing staff. Stay Alfred, one of the earliest venture-backed short-term rental companies, has shut down entirely.  Short-term rental operators run networks of professional Airbnb stays, providing accommodations with hotel-like amenities and trendy decor to tourists and business travelers. They are essentially property managers for vacation and travel properties, though many of them actually pay leases instead of being paid a fee for managing a property.  But with some downsizing their portfolios, landlords have been eager to offload those properties to other operators with experience running a short-term rental business. Surviving players say that's creating an environment where they can scoop up new locations to bet on an eventual comeback in urban-focused travel.  We spoke to the CEO of Sonder, the largest venture-backed short-term rental company, and the CEO of CorpHousing Group/SoBeNy, a private short-term rental company, about why they are doubling down in cities instead of heading for the country. Growing in a pandemic As the pandemic ground travel close to a halt, operators were forced to reevaluate their portfolios. Some, unable to pay their rent, negotiated with their landlords to reduce rents, change fixed leases to more fungible management contracts, or even exit leases. Francis Davidson, Sonder's CEO and founder, told Business Insider that the ability to sign deals for properties that they wouldn't have had access to before the pandemic is one "silver lining." Davidson said that the company has signed some management contracts, but that it has mostly continued to sign leases. Davidson said that the company plans to add hundreds of properties, funded by its recent $170 million fundraise. Sonder's $225 million July 2019 fundraise valued the company just north of $1 billion, while this June's fundraise brought its value up to $1.3 billion. "We view the next 12 to 18 months as a really great time to grow," Davidson said. Sonder has been able to bring back or restore hours for over 100 employees since slashing staff at the height of the pandemic, he said.  The company is focusing its expansion on the European market, where it has properties in London, Edinburgh, Rome, and Dublin, and is also continuing to expand in US markets to locations that are able to be licensed as hotels. Davidson said that Sonder had also dumped some properties during the thick of the pandemic, but many of them the company had already planned to leave because they were economic under performers, underwhelmed guest's expectations, or the regulatory environment had shifted. The company is exiting every non-hotel-licensed property it holds in New York and San Francisco, where it isn't allowed to accommodate stays shorter than 30 days, by either declining to renew the lease or reaching an agreement with the landlord to exit early. Sonder sued one San Francisco landlord this week to exit a property that it began to lease last year, citing an early-termination clause because the city and state's response to the pandemic "crippled Sonder's efforts to draw potential tenants to the premises." Brian Ferdinand, the CEO of CorpHousing Group and SoBeNy (the front-end and marketing arm of the business) said that the company has actually doubled the number of units it operates since the start of the pandemic, with potential to grow even larger because of partnership deals it has signed with 26 different landlord partners.  "We probably will be able to do in 10 months what we thought we would do in 10 years," Ferdinand said. Ferdinand said that the company has grown "naturally" by finding properties that had not previously been short-term rentals and by acquiring properties that other companies had stopped operating.  Read more: Here's which real-estate tech startups will soar and which will flop in the new normal of how we occupy space, according to 7 top proptech VCs These newly-empty properties became targets for well-capitalized players looking to expand, setting off a wave of consolidation in the short-term market, according to Omer Rabin, managing director at short-term rental software company Guesty.  Guesty's software helps short-term rental operators big and small manage their properties, acting as the digital connection between operators, guests, and the marketplaces like Airbnb that they operate on. As a result, the company has a close view on operators' inventory, pricing, and occupancy. Rabin said that the fact that operators are willing to take over these empty properties is a sign that some players are betting that the asset will come back stronger than ever after the virus. He also said that these properties may be cheaper now that the coronavirus is lowering rental prices and pressuring the sector.  Though Stay Alfred and Lyric are the most public examples of short-term rental companies that backed out of a large amount of properties, other companies have also released non performers. Outlook for short-term rentals in cities Rabin told Business Insider that urban markets are seeing a rebound of occupancy rates, but that the average daily rate charged for a unit has slipped substantially. Ferdinand said that CorpHousing Group is continuing to focus on urban markets because they are operationally easier to run at scale, and because he expects their original strategy to hold true after a recovery.  Rural properties, by their nature, are less plentiful and further apart, making it a challenge to acquire enough to make it feasible for a larger operator to keep them clean and functioning. Ferdinand focuses on new properties in cities that have major hospitals, universities, convention centers, and corporate headquarters that will draw potential guests in. As a result, the company was able to sign three national deals with nursing agencies at the start of the pandemic.  "The urban core, we believe, saved our business," Ferdinand said. Read more: Hospitality startup Sonder is pushing ahead with plans to open its largest NYC apartment hotel yet Playbook for surviving the pandemic Of course, the companies first need to weather the pandemic.  One key strategy was to try to lure some of the only people traveling during the thick of the pandemic: nurses and other essential workers. While CorpHousing Group worked directly with nursing agencies, Sonder offered a 40% discount for traveling nurses. This was essential to help pay the rent, Rabin said, even though many operators who did this saw their revenue compared to costs crater from three to four times down to less than one time the cost.   There is also something of a silver lining to less frequent travel: guests they do have are staying for a longer period of time. Ferdinand said his companies' average stay has increased to 63 days up from approximately 30 days before the pandemic. To be sure, with money likely to still go out the door, the firms also had to think of firming up their balance sheet. CorpHousing Group, which is small and self-funded, applied for and received a Paycheck Protection Loan in order to protect 58 jobs. PPP loans were part of the federal response to the coronavirus, offering forgivable, low-interest loans to small businesses. Ferdinand said the PPP loan kept the company from having to furlough or cut any employees. Venture-backed competitor Blueground confirmed to Business Insider it had received a PPP loan, Lyric Hospitality was listed as having been approved for a PPP loan but didn't comment when asked by Business Insider about the loan. Zeus Living applied for and then returned a PPP loan. Sonder is venture-backed and had too many employees to apply for a PPP loan. The company instead laid off or furloughed a third of its staff or roughly 400 employees.  How short-term rental companies renegotiated leases Sonder, which mostly signs master leases instead of management agreements, has worked out a clause that lets them pay a lower cost during a recession into 80% of the leases they've signed since 2018, a time in which they've grown rapidly. The company also includes a "mark-to-market" clause in lease renewals which allows them to renew at current market price, which has been beneficial as the residential markets in big cities are sliding. Davidson also said that the company signs shorter leases, which may require higher prices, but allow much greater flexibility. Ferdinand said that CorpHousing Group is focused on signing revenue-share agreements with landlords instead of leases, which allows the company to grow at the speed it has.  CorpHousing Group is a tenant in properties owned by some of the largest landlords and operators like The Related Companies, Vantage Management, and Boston Properties. Ferdinand said that CorpHousing Group's private ownership also allowed him to operate the company in the way that he thought would be most successful, even if that meant the business taking high losses during the worst of the crisis while also spending money to expand. He said the business was profitable before the pandemic. Sonder's Davidson said that the company's ability to survive and even grow during the pandemic indicated to investors that the company would be a safe place to put their money. "I'm interested in building a company that's around in 100 years from now," Davidson said. "It has to be really antifragile."  Axel Springer, Insider Inc.'s parent company, is an investor in Airbnb. Correction: The original article stated that Sonder has added hundreds of properties since the start of the pandemic. It has been amended to say that Sonder plans to add hundreds of properties,  Read more: A growing group of lenders are looking to unload hundreds of millions of dollars of souring hotel loans. Teams hired to sell the portfolios say it's just the beginning of a surge in activity. After 2 layoff rounds, a valuation nosedive, and chaotic landlord negotiations, Airbnb-backed Zeus Living is shifting its business model. Here's how the corporate-housing startup is moving forward.SEE ALSO: Billions of dollars of Las Vegas development hang in the balance right now, but the owner of Caesars Palace sees the city's crisis as an opportunity to imagine its next mega-project. 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Google said that it’ll invest more than ₹75,000 crores ($10 billion) over the next five to seven years. The company’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, said that money will be divided into investment equity investments, partnerships, and operational, infrastructure, and ecosystem investments.  Investments will focus on four main areas: Information access in Indian languages Building products for the Indian market Empowering local businesses Leveraging AI for good in areas such as agriculture and education. Earlier today, India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, had a call with Pichai to discuss post-COVID investments and digital transformation. This morning, had an extremely fruitful interaction with @sundarpichai. We… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
PR1Market USPRising interest in the growth of robotic technology worldwide and increased cost efficiency in the manufacture of household robots.Inter-Market DependencyBy ComponentGlobal Robot Market: According to MRFR analysis, the global robotics market is slated to grow to USD 93 billion by  2024 at a CAGR of 16% during the forecast period of 2019 to 2024.Companies such as Samsung Electronics Co Ltd., LG Electronics Inc., and Husqvarna utilize their technical expertise in creating industrial robots to manufacture efficient and cost-effective household robots, which is fueling market growth.Global Robot Services Market: The use of robots entails services such as installation, maintenance, repair, and reprogramming.While the household robot services segment constitutes a small section of this market, providers can utilize the existing infrastructure to provide quality service for household robots.FREE PDF @https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/8196By TypeGlobal Consumer Electronics Market: The growth of the global consumer electronics market is fueling the innovation of electronic components that are critical for the cost-effective manufacturing of robots.The global household robots market directly benefits from this innovation and an increasing number of household appliances can now be automated with ease.Global Entertainment Robot Market: Robots with advanced AI are increasingly in demand as pets and companions.The advanced heuristic learning capabilities of entertainment robots adds value, fueling demand.By ApplicationHousehold Electronic Appliance Market: This large and competitive market is capitalizing on the growth of allied markets such as electronics, semiconductors, and AI to automate domestic appliances.
Development of emotion detection and recognition platforms have allowed businesses and individuals to understand and analyze complex human emotions through facial patterns.As per the latest report published by Market Research Future (MRFR), the global market for emotion detection and recognition will stand at around USD 65 Bn by the end of 2023.The unique technology is expected to improve driver safety and help in overcoming issues of distracted driving.AvatarMind, developers of the iPal® Robot, an interactive humanoid platform that is specifically targeted towards children as a social companion, recently entered into a partnership with AI specialist Eyeris.The partnership will be focused towards building upon iPal Robot platform, particularly the human interaction capabilities by harnessing Eyeris’ face analytics and emotion recognition expertise.Global Market for Emotion Detection and Recognition – Segmental AnalysisMRFR in its report has offered an exhaustive segmental analysis of the market based on software tool, application, end user, services and technology.By services the market has been bifurcated into consulting & integration and storage & maintenance.By technology, the market is segmented into pattern recognition, natural language processing (NLP), feature extraction and 3D modelling, bio sensors technology and machine learning.
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The report "Optical Transceiver Market by Form Factor (SFF, SFP, SFP+, QSFP, QSFP+, QSFP28), Data Rate, Distance, Fiber Type (Single-Mode, Multimode), Connector, Wavelength, Application (Telecom, Data Center, and Enterprise), and Region - Global Forecast to 2025", is expected to grow from USD 5.7 billion in 2020 to USD 9.2 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 10.0%.Increasing the adoption of smart devices and rising data traffic has spurred the growth of the optical transceiver market.Browse 106 market data Tables and 46 Figures spread through 168 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Optical Transceiver Market by Form Factor (SFF, SFP, SFP+, QSFP, QSFP+, QSFP28), Data Rate, Distance, Fiber Type (Single-Mode, Multimode), Connector, Wavelength, Application (Telecom, Data Center, and Enterprise), and Region - Global Forecast to 2025" Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=161339599 Optical transceiver market for QSFP form factor to grow at highest CAGR during the forecast period The Quad small form-factor pluggable (QSFP) form factor of optical transceivers is designed for high performance and low power consumption, which makes them ideal for data center applications.Data centers to hold the largest share of optical transceiver market during the forecast period The data center landscape is changing rapidly and attracting loads of investments to focus on the needs of increasing bandwidth, lower power, and more extended reach.With the advent of advanced technologies such as AI and 5G, there is an increased requirement for higher bandwidth, which is eventually necessary for data center applications.For instance, several US-based telecommunication companies such as AT, T-Mobile, and others have announced the roll-out of 5G networks in 2019, which will provide faster data transfer and communication across multiple cities and towns of the US.
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UiPath raised $225 million in a Series E venture funding, the company said on Monday, boosting its overall valuation to $10.2 billion.  The round was led by Alkeon Capital Management, and also includes investments from Sequoia Capital and Accel. CEO Daniel Dines says the startup is still on track to go public early next year and plans to use the investment for expansion and to prepare for market uncertainties, especially as the coronavirus crisis continues to rage. "We're looking at M&A. We're looking at increasing our engineering efforts," he told Business Insider.  "Also, it acts a bit like a cushion if something really bad will happen like the economy going into a stall." The company also said that its annual recurring revenue had reached the $400 million milestone.  Click here for more BI Prime stories. UiPath raised another $225 million in venture funding, the company said Monday, boosting the automation startup's overall valuation to $10.2 billion. CEO Daniel Dines said the monster funding bolsters UiPath's leadership in one of the hottest sectors in tech as he reaffirmed the startup's intention to go public in 2021. "We have continued to see positive momentum so we are in pretty good shape," he told Business Insider. "I can say that it might accelerate our plan for an IPO early next year." The New York-based startup said the Series E round was led by Alkeon Capital Management with the participation of existing investors, including Sequoia Capital and Accel. UiPath has now raised more than $1.2 billion in funding from venture capital investors, led by Sequoia, Accel and CapitalG (formerly Google Capital).   The latest funding round underscores UiPath's strong position in robotic process automation, or RPA, the fast-growing technology that helps businesses automate common and routine tasks.  Alongside startup rivals like Automation Anywhere, Microsoft and IBM recently made acquisitions to expand their RPA offerings.  Dines said UiPath will use the new funds for expansion and to prepare for market uncertainties, especially in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. "We're looking at M&A. We're looking at increasing our engineering efforts," he told Business Insider.  "Also, it acts a bit like a cushion if something really bad will happen like the economy going into a stall"  Abhi Arun, general partner at Alkeon said in a statement that RPA is "fundamentally changing the way organizations operate," noting that UiPath offers "the most advanced and disruptive automation platforms of the modern enterprise." The funding news comes seven months after a turbulent week when UiPath announced that it was cutting 400 jobs and that Marie Myers, its well-regarded chief financial officer, had suddenly left the company. A 2019 internal presentation reviewed by Business Insider also showed that the company was burning cash faster than expected and it was falling short of its revenue targets. But UiPath on Monday said its annual recurring revenue had grown from $100 million when they last disclosed that figure in July 2018 to $400 million this year, making it one of the fastest growing enterprise software companies in the industry.  Got a tip about UiPath or another tech company? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected], message him on Twitter @benpimentel or send him a secure message through Signal at (510) 731-8429. You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop. Claim your 20% discount on an annual subscription to BI Prime by clicking here. SEE ALSO: Experts predict 15 gigantic tech mergers we could see in a recession, from Amazon buying Oracle to IBM buying Dell SEE ALSO: Microsoft's acquisition of RPA firm Softomotive prompts sector leaders including UiPath and Automation Anywhere to brace for war Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Pathologists debunk 13 coronavirus myths
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