Unified Communications Market Analysis by Industry Size, Share, Revenue Growth, Development and Demand Forecast To 2026

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Sep 28, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
According to a new research published by Polaris Market Research, the Unified Communications market is anticipated to reach over USD 186 billion by 2026. In 2017, the IT & telecom segment dominated the global market, in terms of revenue. North America is expected to be the leading contributor to the global market revenue during the forecast period.The growing need to improve workforce productivity, streamline enterprise communication, and provide a collaborative working environment has boosted the adoption of unified communication. The penetration of mobile devices, and increasing trend of BYOD further support the growth of this market. Additionally, the increasing demand of unified communication from small and medium enterprises has supported market growth over the years. Increasing investments by vendors in technological advancements coupled with growing demand for cloud-based unified communication services would

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Engineering plastics power innovation in consumer electronics

The market for engineering plastics in electronics applications is seeing good growth—in fact, according to a business report from MarketsandMarkets, it is projected to be valued at $115.10 billion by 2023. I can’t say I’m surprised. I attended the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas for several years, and it is a wonderland of plastics applications. The annual event is currently underway in the city that really never sleeps through Jan. 10.

HP Inc. hit the CES show floor running with its introduction of a variety of new PCs, displays and accessories, including the world’s first notebook and sleeve made from ocean-bound plastic materials.

HP’s Elite Dragonfly reportedly is the world’s first notebook made from ocean-bound plastics.

“We are passionate about creating devices and computing experiences that lead us into the future and enable more freedom in how the next generation creates, consumes content and collaborates,” said Alex Cho,

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OnePlus is recruiting accessory testers for upcoming accessories

OnePlus has been making the headlines a lot lately. After all, this year has been quite remarkable for the company as it finally entered the mid-range market with the release of OnePlus Nord. Now, the company is set to expand the Nord family with several mid-range and entry-level devices. Meanwhile, the company is also ready to debut new accessories like a smartwatch. Today, the company announced it is recruiting testers for OnePlus accessories.

According to the information of the official OnePlus Forums, the company is recruiting users to become official Oneplus Accessory Testers. Those selected will get the chance to test at least three products over the course of a year. Those who wish to become an OnePlus Accessory Tester will need to post a review of an accessory you own in the Accessories subforum. This is not a review you have posted before and it should be written by

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MSI targets remote workers with new Summit series laptops

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  • MSI has unveiled its portfolio of laptops powered by 11th Gen Intel processors.
  • The company has introduced a new work-oriented range of laptops called the Summit series.
  • MSI also refreshed other existing laptops.

Every year, MSI doles out its latest gaming hardware at the IFA tech show in Berlin, but this year is a bit different. Not only has IFA 2020 gone virtual because of the pandemic, but MSI is also giving gaming a rest this year (for the most part) with its new portfolio of work laptops.

The Taiwanese company announced its entry into the world of business laptops with its new Summit series machines. MSI also expanded its laptop range aimed at content creators — the Prestige and Modern series — with new models and announced a new Stealth series gaming laptop with the latest Intel processor.

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The new Summit series is one of the

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iPhone 12 mini performance may disappoint due to the Apple B14 chip

This year, the announcement of the next-generation iPhone has been delayed. The exact release date has not yet been announced. But, this does not prevent insiders and analysts from putting forward their own versions of the development of events.

iPhone 12 mini performance may disappoint due to the Apple B14 chip

Among the most frequently heard dates for the alleged presentation of the iPhone 12 is called October 13. Although there are those who believe that Apple is superstitious and is unlikely to arrange the event on the 13th, so they are waiting for the announcement of the new products on October 20.

It is expected that among the new products there will be a place for the smallest iPhone, which can be called the iPhone 12 mini, and it will receive a 5.4-inch screen. This model has a chance to become the best-selling smartphone in the new series of

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Emaar Foundation donates 400 smart tablets in support of Dar Al-Ber’s ‘Helping a Student of Knowledge’ campaign

DUBAI, 28th September, 2020 (WAM) — Emaar Foundation has provided 400 smart tablets for school students in need in a number of emirates across the country, with the aim of helping them enrol in the distance learning system and supporting students from low-income families.

This is within the framework of community interaction and the response of the private sector specifically, with the campaign “Helping a Student of Knowledge”, which was launched by the Dar Al-Ber Society at the beginning of this month and in support of the efforts made to mitigate the effects of the emerging coronavirus, COVID-19.

Muhammad Suhail Al Muhairi, Executive Director of Dar Al Ber, confirmed that the initiative of “Emaar Foundation” falls within the framework of continuous cooperation between the Society and the private sector institutions in the country. He explained that the company’s initiative is a role model in relieving the burdens of parents and

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JVC Adds Vertical and Square Video Settings to CONNECTED CAM

WAYNE, N.J.—JVC Professional Video is adding direct streaming to its CONNECTED CAM 500 and 900 Series camcorders with the late September release of the cameras’ latest firmware update, the company said.

The 500 Series now offers SNS video streaming with vertical and square guidelines on the viewfinder to deliver optimum image capture for display on various platforms and devices. Not only does it provide viewfinder safe markers, but it also actually streams video with vertical (606×1080 and 404×720) and square (1080×1080 and 720×720) resolutions.

JVC also has added easy setup functionality, giving users of the GY-HD500 button-click streaming to Facebook Live and YouTube Live. This makes it possible for users to begin streaming in seconds rather than typing in and adjusting various settings before streaming.

“Our forthcoming firmware update further emphasizes our commitment to being a leader in streaming video productions,” said Joe D’Amico, vice president, JVC Professional Video.

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Four-year-old water-view Port Orange home shows like a model

This move-in-ready residence, featuring water views and a saltwater pool, shows like a model home. Just beyond the stylish, realistic-looking faux stone, clean colors and covered entryway is a modern and chic interior space, with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a three-car garage. The open floor plan (with split bedrooms) holds a centrally located large gathering room and a fantastic gourmet kitchen, boasting quartz countertops, espresso-colored tall cabinets, stainless-steel appliances, a large pantry and an extensive breakfast bar. The dining area offers views of the sparkling pool, while the gathering room features triple-glass pocket sliders that lead to the covered patio and new pool area. The sellers have invested more than $62,000 on a new paver patio, the screened saltwater pool, a tranquil waterfall, an energy efficient electric-heated jacuzzi, landscaping, remote-controlled, light filtering and privacy control dual shades.


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a large lawn in front of a house: Just beyond the stylish, realistic-looking faux stone, clean colors and covered entryway of this Port Orange home is a modern and chic interior space, with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a three-car garage.

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Just beyond the stylish,

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Blair nursing home faces COVID-19 outbreak

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The Three Rivers Health Department traced part of a recent COVID-19 spike to a nursing home and assisted-living facility in Blair.

The family of a woman in her 90s living at the Crowell Memorial Home recently learned she is one of the residents who tested positive for the virus as part of the recent outbreak. According to Crowell Memorial Home’s leadership, as of Sept. 23, 25 nursing home residents and 12 employees have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

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“We could tell, just from the short seconds that we were able to speak with her, that her health was very stressed,” Dave Dunn said. Dunn said his family hasn’t had the chance to interact with his mother-in-law in person for months, per facility rules.

With families being kept out, Dunn questioned how the virus got into the facility.


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Chargers 53-man roster breakdown

The Chargers have made their cuts and have their 53-man roster. This could change due to the team can claim players on the waiver wire. So here is the breakdown.

Quarterback (3): Tyrod Taylor, Justin Herbert, Easton Stick

The quarterback position was no surprise. Taylor is the starting quarterback. Herbert had a good camp and was able to learn from his mistakes. Stick made some impressive throws and showed off his athleticism often during camp.

Running back (3): Austin Ekeler, Joshua Kelley, Justin Jackson

The running back group will carry three backs. Ekeler is the starter and took a backseat during camp to let other running backs get a look by the coaches. One of the most impressive players during camp was UCLA product, Joshua Kelley. When he had the ball in his hands, he was a dangerous player. The young back will be called upon often this season. Jackson

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