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Heat metering leads the way with high adoption rate of connectivityJanuary 09, 2020Shipments of heat meters exceeded 6 million units across EMEA and Asia Pacific during 2018, with a particular focus on communicating meters.
Heat Meters Report - 2019December 02, 2019This is the 2019 version of the industry standard market report on the global market for heat meters. The report features the market sizing, forecasts and market shares for the global market and by numerous market segmentations.Subscribers Only
European Utility Week Show Brief - 2019Paris, FranceNovember 22, 2019This presentation is a review of the 2019 European Utility Week event. This year the exhibition took place in Paris and it was attended by the IHS Markit Smart Utilities Infrastructure team.Subscribers Only
European Utility Week 2019 Highlights from the Smart Utilities Infrastructure teamNovember 19, 2019Software, services, communications and the growing presence of Chinese vendors were just some of the highlights from European Utility Week 2019.
From Legislation to Grid Evolution – What next for AMI?July 23, 2019The electricity meter market continues the journey towards advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), with 109 million communicating meters shipping globally in 2018.
Electricity Meters Report - 2019June 27, 2019This is the 2019 edition of the annual IHS Markit Electricity Meters Report, which is a major component of the Smart Utility Meter Intelligence Service.Subscribers Only
Energy efficiency in industry: Different approaches for the same goalsMarch 08, 2019There are a wide variety of initiatives, policies and mandates around the world designed to promote energy efficiency. However, energy efficiency strategies and investments vary depending on the industry, but the goal of reducing energy use and costs remains the same.Subscribers Only
PV inverter and smart-meter suppliers race to develop and launch digital energy solutionsFebruary 13, 2019Highlights • In recent years, smart meter and photovoltaic (PV) inverter suppliers involved in the new energy transition have been rapidly developing new internet of things (IoT) software platforms to create new revenue sources. • Within smart metering, a key indicator for IoT adoption is advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) – over 80 percent of the communicating meters forecast to be shipped in 2019 will be enabled with AMI solutions. • More than 11 million PV inverters will be shipped in 2019 alone, most will be connected to a software platform and controlled by the inverter companies.
Smart metering is a growing large-scale IoT solution for global utilities companiesJanuary 28, 2019The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) in utilities companies – specifically, smart meters and advanced metering infrastructure (AMI).
IoT in Utilities Report - 2019January 24, 2019Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) shows IoT adoption in utilities is really strong, despite initial concern over which connectivity technology would win the market. The 2019 IoT in Utilities Topical Report discusses how IoT fits into the smart metering market and introduces the Total Cost of Ownership (TCoO).Subscribers Only
Cost and not technicality wins for AMIJanuary 17, 2019Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) shows IoT adoption in utilities is already strong, despite initial concern over which connectivity technology would 'win' the market. However, the technical limitations of connectivity technologies are not the biggest roadblocks to implementation - Total Cost of Ownership is the bigger limitation.
Digitalization: 2019 smart metering milestonesNovember 28, 2018Utilities of all types are heading towards a data-driven future, and this continues to accelerate the immediate demand for communicating meters. As this digitalization trend takes hold, the metering world is expected to hit some interesting milestones in 2019.
European Utility Week Show Brief - 2018Vienna, AustriaNovember 16, 2018This presentation is a review of the 2018 European Utility Week event. The brief covers the main topics of the show: meter hardware, communication technologies, IoT, and energy storage and solar power.Subscribers Only
Telecity to Interxion: Will You Be Mine?February 11, 2015Just ahead of St. Valentine's Day on 11 February, 2015, Telecity Group, a London-based provider of carrier-neutral multi-tenant data centers, announced specifics of an all-share merger with Interxion. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Interxion is also a top player in the multi-tenant (colocation) industry in Europe. The combination would bring some measure of consolidation to a competitive market landscape by creating a market leader that would hold close to 30% share of revenue in EMEA.
Data Centers in 2015: Will the Perfect Storm Continue to Drag on Power and Cooling Markets?November 10, 2014The underlying growth drivers of data centers seem as strong as ever. Attend any industry event or presentation and you will likely see the same references to big data, internet of things, mobile, cloud, and online video all combining to form a rising tide of data that must be processed, distributed and stored. In theory this should lift all boats involved with data centers area. Unfortunately, on the infrastructure side, the uplifting wave of data is being overtaken by a perfect storm of negative factors
AFCOM Establishing Data Center MetricsNovember 05, 2014Jason dePreaux of IHS interviewed AFCOM's Tom Roberts on standardizing nomenclature for data center size and power density.
Huawei’s Bold Data Center PlayJune 03, 2014Huawei may not exactly be a household name in the United States, but it is a massive company. In 2013 it had global sales of $39.5 billion, a 13% increase from 2012. Most of its revenue comes from the sale of equipment used to build out telecommunication networks. It also has more consumer-facing efforts. Huawei is the 3rd ranked smartphone vendor globally. More recently, it has started to focus on data center products and services. Just how much can Huawei shake up an industry that has been dominated by incumbents?