In 2010, Frost & Sullivan launched an end-user survey to examine the use of genomics technologies, including next-generation sequencing, by researchers in academic and government laboratories, at pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and in hospital and clinical laboratories. This analysis is based on results from researchers from the various end-user groups and investigates topics—such as current and future adoption of sequencing technologies; brands, applications, sample types and formats preferred; species researched, and laboratory budgets. The survey screened for respondents with decision-making roles from laboratories within the United States and segmented them by their awareness and adoption of next-generations sequencing.
This research service covers the following market segments in the U.S. Rehabilitation Technologies Market: clinical electrotherapy - muscle Stimulators, clinical electrotherapy - ultrasound, clinical electrotherapy - laser therapy, clinical electrotherapy - diathermy, continuous passive motion (CPM) machines, clinical treatment tables, iontophoresis, clinical traction systems, clinical heating systems, clinical chilling units, dry heat therapy, clinical electrodes (Self-adhesive), TENS, NMES, IFC, home traction. This research service identifies major market drivers, restraints, and trends. It also provides revenue forecasts from 2009 to 2014, with 2010 as the base year, and average selling price (ASP) for both wholesale and retail.
This research service analyzes the market for protein purification reagents with market sizing and forecasts for sales of tagged protein purification reagents and nontagged protein purification reagents. Products covered in this analysis include resins, beads of various binding abilities, prepacked columns/cartridges filled with a particular resin, and complete kits. Affinity tags are widely used for protein purification due to the ability to achieve high-purity proteins in a single step. The nontagged-based protein purification method includes tools that rely on a combination of techniques with independent selectivities for protein features.
The application storefront market, along with the smartphone market, has been one of the key catalysts in the mobile industry. As voice has become more competitive among carriers, data and messaging have emerged, and the industry participants are looking toward applications for revenue. To date, Apple has dominated the market. However, Android has made a significant push in the space and other competitors like Microsoft, Nokia, and RIM have continued to ramp up their efforts in the application storefront space.
The market is expected to be boosted by the increasing demand for cosmetic products and the drive towards natural ingredients. However, the legislation delays for the new product innovations may act as a challenge for the development of market.
This research service gives a detailed analysis on the western European disposable glove market. The product segments have been classified as medical disposable gloves and non-medical disposable gloves. The non medical disposable glove market has been further segmented based on end user applications, namely - Automotive, Cleanroom, Food Industry, Industrial and Retail disposable glove markets. This research also gives insights into the competitive structure of the disposable glove market and also the challenges, drivers and restraints that influence the market. The geographical scope of the industry included the Alpine regions, Benelux, Scandinavia, Iberia, Italy, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
This research covers the world dynamic publishing solutions market, examining drivers and restraints for growth, pricing, technology, demand, and trends. Frost & Sullivan defines dynamic publishing as a value chain of software products that enable the creation, repurposing, publication, and delivery of rich content, which can include text, graphics, and video across a variety of media. Growth by region is forecasted, and demand analysis by industry vertical is provided. An analysis of the competitive structure including vendors' market shares is performed, and detailed profiles of the key vendors are outlined. The base year is 2010 with forecasts through 2017.
This study focuses on both the ground control stations and data links that make up key infrastructure nodes and communication networks supporting unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
The research provides an analysis of the passenger rolling stock and seating systems market in the United States. The study covers the market development for new rolling stocks across the key passenger segments such as commuter, light rail, metro, inter-city and high speed and identifies the seating demand for each of these segments. Approximately fourteen thousand new passenger rolling stock and one million seating systems are expected to be demanded by various rail transit operators between 2010 and 2020. The study also analyses the seating system trends across all passenger rail segments and identifies challenges and opportunities for seating system suppliers.
The WAN optimization controller market in Asia Pacific accelerated its growth momentum in 2010, as it grew by a robust 19.9 percent, shaking off the sluggish growth that it recorded in 2009. Improving business environment and growing enterprise acknowledgement toward the value proposition offered by WAN optimization were key in driving investments coming from Asia Pacific enterprises. In particular, the highly disparate levels of bandwidth availability across Asia Pacific meant that many enterprises were looking at the WAN acceleration technology to deliver more equitable levels of performance across their networks.