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The new NanoMarkets report also includes an eight-year forecast of OLED lighting manufacturing capacity broken out by individual manufacturer and whether the facilities will use solution processing or more conventional fabrication.
Glen Allen, Virginia, September 29, 2011 - NanoMarkets, the leading provider of market research and analysis of the emerging OLED lighting space, has published the latest report titled, A Capacity and Opportunity Analysis of OLED Lighting Manufacturing” that provides detailed insight and analysis of the manufacturing strategies of major OLED lighting suppliers and an assessment of how these firms have been progressing with their manufacturing plans so far. The report also includes an eight-year forecast of OLED lighting manufacturing capacity broken out by individual manufacturer and whether the facilities will use solution processing or more conventional fabrication. An assessment of necessary investment levels for the manufacturing infrastructure is also part of this new report.
Details about this and other related reports are available at http://www.nanomarkets.net/oled_lighting
NanoMarkets concludes that, based on current plans, around seven million square meters of production capacity will be in place for OLED lighting by 2016. However, NanoMarkets also warns that in today’s economic conditions, many of the leading firms promising to bring OLED lighting to market may retreat from their announced plans significantly. With this in mind, this report also includes a projection of the OLED lighting capacity under a “worst case” scenario.
In addition to forecasts and an appraisal of the manufacturing plans of the leading OLED lighting makers, this report provides a granular discussion of the state-of-the-art in OLED lighting fabrication technology, examining what has been achieved at leading projects and pilot plants. And it profiles the activities of manufacturing equipment firms who have targeted the OLED lighting space for special consideration.
Among the firms covered in this report are: Aixtron, Applied Materials, AUO, Cannon Anelva, DuPont, GE, Kaneka, Kateeva, Konica Minolta, LG Chem, Lumiotec, Mitsubishi, Ledon, Moser Baer, NEC, Osram, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, PolyPhotonix, Rohm, Samsung, Sunic, Tokki, UDC, Ulvac, Veeco, and Visionox.
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities created by developments in advanced materials. It provides regular and comprehensive industry analysis of the emerging OLED lighting industry, which it has been covering for almost six years. This coverage includes regularly updated forecasts of OLED lighting markets, reflecting real world market conditions
Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets' reports and other services.
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VisiInc PLC acquisition of VIA3 delivers industry-defining technology platform and marks major push into Australian E-health market.
Arizona, CA and Perth, Western Australia, September 29, 2011 - VisiInc PLC (VZJ) (http://www.deutsche-boerse.com) today announced a definitive agreement to acquire VIA3 (VIA3.com) in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately USD $16 million.
* VisiInc PLC acquisition of VIA3 delivers industry-defining technology platform and marks major push into Australian E-health market.
* Combined technology to spearhead global ultra-secure E-health platform for collaboration of data rich 3D digital media including voice and video conferencing.
The USD $16 million scrip deal to acquire USA Company VIA3 will deliver a powerful cutting edge total collaboration and conferencing platform, with secure 3D file sharing, secure video and audio.
“In acquiring VIA3, the VisiInc PLC offering will significantly accelerate our Australian E-health market thrust as well as fast track numerous global projects relating to health, medical, aerospace, engineering, geosciences, mining and education markets.” said Jacques Blandin CEO Founder of VisiInc PLC.
This integration will provide a total preferred solution for all types of 3D imaging, including X-ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound, optical, and electron microscopy. Fast, efficient rendering of all types of geometry also makes it effective for many other applications, including image processing and analysis, PACS, DICOM, therapy and surgery planning, implant design, forensic medicine, education, training, and even molecular modeling.
“The VisiInc platform is the next evolution in visual communication, and is capable of delivering solutions in both the physical and virtual environment in 3D. With Vistime and VIA3, our combined offering includes unlimited presentations, application sharing, training, whiteboard sessions or demos and instant voice and video conferencing previously not possible in one real time collaboration and conferencing product. VisiInc is currently in trial discussions in both Europe and Eastern Europe with major medical groups” said Jacques Blandin CEO Founder of VisiInc PLC.
Vistime was developed so that engineers, geologists, filmmakers, physicists, healthcare professionals and others can see and work with “elephant-sized” visual files, for the first time anywhere, and collaborate on them with peers to save both time and money.
Vistime is a multi-file format, real-time 3D viewer for retrieval and viewing of large files, including medical imaging systems such as MRIs, scans and sonograms, over any Internet connection, including dial-up.
About VisiInc PLC
Market Cap: € 99 million
Shares on issue: 68 million
Deutsche Bourse: (VZJ)
VisiInc PLC is a leading software company with development and marketing offices located in the USA. Headquartered in Perth, Australia and registered in the UK, the company listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange In May 2011.
Truly a global enterprise, VisiInc’s structure delivers:
* Efficient access to global equity markets
* Access to international software and technology market
* Cost effective Australian-based operations
The company is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Deutsche Bourse), which is recognized for its ease of trading and as one of the world’s most efficient capital markets.
Australia is currently moving toward an E-health system where secure electronic records and medical file management and sharing will radically improve health care and generate up to an estimated $4 billion in software sales over the coming six years.
June 1st 2011,VisiInc entered into an agreement to launch MMRGlobal’s patented consumer and professional health IT products and services, including MMRPro for healthcare professionals (http://www.mmrprovideos.com) and the MyMedicalRecords Personal Health Record (PHR) (http://www.mmrvideos.com), on the Visi™ platform utilizing the Vistime product.
Through it’s evolutionary Visi™ platform, VisiInc operates Vistime. Vistime is rapidly capturing global market share of major verticals such as Healthcare, Government, Engineering and Architecture, Mining, Oil & Gas, Exploration, Energy, Education, Advertising & Media and online Video Conferencing.
Through its unprecedented rapid visual rendering capabilities, the Vistime system (http://www.vistime.com) allows all end users to simultaneously view, manipulate, and explore multi-dimensional data visualizations of any file type and of any size, in real-time without any resolution degradation. The system eliminates the lag time barrier that exists with other viewers. As a result, Vistime is the first in the world to enable real-time collaboration of complex, data-rich visual files and 3D media. For more information, visit http://www.visiinc.com.
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David A. Gibb Launches Book Website for Camouflaged Killer: The Shocking Double Life of Canadian Air Force Colonel Russell Williams
In advance of the book launch for Camouflaged Killer, to be published in the U.S. by Berkley Books and distributed in Canada by Penguin Group on October 4, 2011
Toronto, ON, September 29, 2011 - (Straight Line PR) – David A. Gibb Launches Book Website for Camouflaged Killer: The Shocking Double Life of Canadian Air Force Colonel Russell Williams
In advance of the book launch for Camouflaged Killer, to be published in the U.S. by Berkley Books and distributed in Canada by Penguin Group on October 4, 2011, author David A. Gibb has unveiled a multi-page website devoted to the 372-page book that includes an interactive feature to address concerns about women’s safety.
The website (www.camouflagedkiller.com) provides comprehensive information on the soon-to-be-released book, introduces the author, and details the book’s genesis.
Chris Roberts, CEO of SAFE International, will answer questions pertaining to personal safety and defense issues on the site’s Ask the Expert page (under Safety Tips).
Canadian Air Force Colonel Russell Williams once commanded the largest air force base in the country, and was one of the most respected and trusted soldiers in the military. Never forgetting a name, face, or the birthdays of those who worked under him, he was the poster boy of the Canadian military, and the speed at which he rose through the ranks reflected this. No one had the slightest clue that behind this façade a sexual sadist was quickly escalating from breaking and entering to sexually deviant acts of rape and murder.
In Camouflaged Killer, Gibb, a career investigator, presents new information about the man who personally piloted dignitaries, prime ministers, and members of the British royal family. Offering a fresh perspective, with extensive details on Williams’s background and the crimes that led to his capture, confession, and conviction, Gibb delves deep into the psychology behind the serial killer. Thoroughly researched, and with the support of well-respected psychologists, profilers, and forensic investigators, Camouflaged Killer documents the disturbing account of how one of Canada’s highest-ranking military officers – a seemingly normal and responsible man – became one of the country’s most notorious criminals.
Film rights to the book have already been acquired by Richard Lowry Productions Inc. of Montreal. Lowry is best known for his Emmy-nominated mini-series, To Catch a Killer, which starred Brian Dennehy as serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Development on the screen adaptation is set to begin immediately with production expected to follow next year.
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Brac Systems Inc. is delighted to announce the sale of its Black Water Treatment Systems, the BWTS, to a residential complex developer in San Miguel de Allende for a six hundred home project.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, September 27, 2011 - Brac Systems Inc. (BAAD - OPEN MARKET - Frankfurt Stock Exchange) - Brac Systems Inc. announces the sale of blackwater treatments systems to a residential complex developer, Guanajuato, Mexico.
Brac Systems Inc. is delighted to announce the sale of its Black Water Treatment Systems, the BWTS, to a residential complex developer in San Miguel de Allende for a six hundred home project. Brac Systems would like to congratulate Luis Miguel of Rig Supplies, (http://rigsupplies.com.mx) the Brac Systems Mexican distributor for their superb efforts in securing this large application of the blackwater treatment system in Mexico. "Rig Supplies is extremely pleased to have been apart of this large project" said Mr. Tostado. ?These systems will aid the safe and reliable treatment of domestic waste and in doing so will protect not only the environment but the health of the local people.
The initial phase of the project will involve a blackwater treatment system to be set-up for the newly constructed offices of the complex. This will allow the utilization, demonstration and effectiveness of the system while construction of the complex continues. The BWTS will process waste water from up to six hundred homes once completed in the city of San Miguel de Allende. The complex owners will benefit from the real time monitoring of the system processes from any location as a result of the BWTS connection to the internet.
The project has been designed and developed to both retain and protect the environment while protecting the health and sanitation of the local population. The BWTS system is highly versatile and adaptable to meet the requirements of projects such as this one in Guanajuato. ?The system is technologically advanced yet provides the ability for relatively inexpensive adaptation to older type systems and plumbing configurations. We already see a huge potential in this region and with the positive feedback we have received to expect the system to be very successful in Mexico? said Mr. Tostado.
The BWTS is the excellent result of a determined and conscientious endeavour from Brac Systems Inc. team in design, research, development and testing. The system is generating considerable interest and intrigue for a low, system and operational cost delivering high performance results.
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2012 Global State of Information Security Survey® Released – Global Leaders Realizing the Importance of Cyber Security on the Cloud
The Global State of Information Security Survey explores critical factors of the effectiveness of IT and cloud storage security.
Penticton, British Columbia/Framingham, Mass, September 28, 2011 - According to the survey, 72 percent of respondents polled in the Global State of Information Security Survey (over 9600 in 138 countries), feel confident in their organizations’ IT security. This is a marked decline over years passed and given the onslaught of corporate security breaches and the recent media attention it’s received, this comes as no surprise.
According to Mark Lobel with PwC’s Advisory practice, "Companies now have greater insights than ever before into the landscape of cyber crime and other security events - and they're translating this information into investments specifically focused on three areas: prevention, detection and operational web-related technologies."
The survey indicates that cloud computing, although on the rise, is more complicated than ever. Polling indicates that 40% of those surveyed have turned to cloud storage as a part of their business plan. “The largest perceived risk is the uncertain ability to enforce provider security policies.”
With corporations all over the globe shining the spotlight and putting more money and resources toward information security, individuals should take note and begin to take cloud storage security into their own hands.
theLocBox, a new utility conceived by Doug Oucharek and Stephen Joyce, has been designed with this user in mind, no longer willing to place the security of their private documents in the hands of the cloud storage provider. theLocBox places an additional layer of user generated, military grade security between the user and the cloud storage facility, essentially placing the keys to their secure data in the hands of the user.
According to Oucharek, “the current security environment dictated a need for theLocBox. More individuals, small businesses and corporations are turning to cloud storage than ever – it’s cost effective. But you need to feel safe that your hard earned work product is secure. Enter theLocBox.”
Adds Joyce, “Online global collaboration is the new way to do business. We work in a virtual space with individuals from all over the world, which brings a whole new level to what we can accomplish. But given this global push, we need a secure virtual workplace.”
For more information about theLocBox, visit http://www.thelocbox.com.
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Doug Oucharek, co-creator of theLocBox, Founder of Cadent Computing Inc., is a 23 year software development veteran, specializing in network and security software development. A pioneer in his industry, he has worked with a wide range of companies, including several in the Fortune 500, and a number in the Fortune 50 list.
Stephen Joyce, co-creator of theLocBox, an expert on collaborative intelligence, Stephen is the author of the Amazon bestseller, ‘Teaching an Anthill to Fetch – Developing Collaborative Intelligence @ Work’. His work has been featured on businessweek.com and he has consulted in organizational effectiveness for over twenty years.
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