The Information Technology Era

The world is on the verge of a revolution that will change the conventional ideas about the economy, markets, finance and credit. The changes will be caused by the increase in technology companies. It is necessary to actively invest in the IT-company to capitalize on their domination of the future.

In the world formed a new cluster of companies that, having a high financial capabilities, a strong and promising business, unlimited monopoly in their respective segments and ambitious leaders who are able to literally change the world. What is probably dreamed of Steve Jobs – is more than the iPhone in every pocket or a computer in every home.

High-tech companies are now characterized by the following features: a high stock of money with virtually no debt and a positive constant influx of money from the core business very little chance of the emergence of competition in the market: 100% of the competitors could be purchased, as they say, “standing” continuous improvement of technology, so most of the new solutions, know-how, innovative products and the software goes to a narrow circle of companies

global presence, not so much physical as informational and technological.

These features of the world tehnogiganty practically do not depend on national governments, or from financial institutions, from anyone! These companies already have large, although not all of the obvious, part of world domination, in fact, they probably great future. Change anything in this scenario, perhaps, too late.

At a time when more and more wealth is a) public (internet, cellular communications, programming), b) intangible (content and software, communications, electronic money), no one, except for the leaders of IT-segment, there is no chance to preserve the advantages which they enjoyed in the pre-computer era.

Victim 1: Government.

already is widespread, the term “revolution of Facebook”, though, seems to be copyright to no one claimed him. However, the reason for the success of many revolutions that occurred in 2011 (Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and others) is considered to be participants in the events co-ordination of social networks.

Another example: freedom of information. Internet is open to all, attempts by the state, as before, losing control of the media seems to be meaningless. This is clearly seen in Russia – people no longer trust the official media and focus on the Internet. Government can no longer keep secrets (Wikileaks example) are not able to consolidate the mass, unable to control the emergence of social groups (previously – “parties” obsolete.).

State and Government have lost the monopoly on information, propaganda and brainwashing citizen. With them they have lost a significant part of government, which previously had. But a mistake to suppose that this power is lost forever: it is simply transferred from the government in the hands of companies that control the network media. Earlier benefit from control over the information in the form of financial flows extracted the state – and now it is a global Internet company.

If so, will the changes last?

What will become of the fiscal functions of the state?

Possible with the help of the Internet does not create a representative and direct democracy, which is involved in government is not a handful of elected or appointed bureaucrats king, but every citizen?

Will the state continue to control the lives of citizens through the issuance of references to it, permits, information that can be accessed by other means?

Are there borders for programs, information, move data, whether they remain for the physical movement of goods and technologies for physical movement of citizens?

Will the state continue to monitor the election process to the authorities, the judicial system, transport infrastructure, and so on?

It is unlikely that global technology companies do not reflect on these issues.

Victim 2: Banks and financial companies

is very simple – you can already make payments without going to the bank, and do not use (directly) his services. This is called “electronic payment systems.” Google has its own system of payments and social network, in which 90 million users… that prevents Internet giants, with its enormous financial resources and the audience to go ahead and organize the “electronic banking”, “electronic exchange”, “e-insurance company” “Electronic Credit Bureau,” etc. and so on?

It’s just a matter of time before the current banks, stock exchanges and other financial intermediaries will be forced out of Internet companies. At first there is nothing but an old and thick textbook on economics, striped suit and a shiny bald head, a second is all: the core business, generates revenue, lack of commitment, customers, technology, the desire to conquer the world.

As soon as the paper money will be completely superseded by electronic, “paper” banks will go back in time.

Victim 3: Rights holders

have long understood that it is foolish to talk about copyright in a set of numbers, written one way or another on the magnetic and optical media.

Only those who control: methods for writing information to the media; production of media, reading with these carriers, including programs for the reproduction of content, transmission of information – may be the owners, and no one else.

While books and CDs were transferred to somebody – this was still possible to do something (referring to the fight against piracy) but once it has entered into an electronic web, the battle was lost.

This does not mean that the proceeds from the sale of works of art, and anything that is copyrighted, do not get one: they already receive, and to a large extent, the Internet giants. They are already in the sector, and all others (record companies, movie theaters, shops, books and audioplastinok, traditional media, etc.) quietly serving the dustbin of history.

Victim 4: The education sector

is good news first – to gain knowledge of how the information will no longer need to physically navigate to the location of the school, sit in the audience, to live on campus, eat in the cafeteria and get relief from physical by a doctor. All this while there, but left him to live long.

Bad news – the money you save on tickets to Oxford and housing costs, some will go to the IT-company. Money, money again, and again in the same recipients!

But seriously, the education system as a system of storing information goes into the past. What do get people coming in, say, business school or technological universities – is a) way of thinking b) social ties and skills of behavior. But do not see any obstacles to all this could not be obtained by remote means.

Victim 5: All kinds of mediators: retail, tourism, real estate agencies, etc. etc.

Based on the latest developments in the travel market, to come soon. Lanta-Tour, and other travel agencies – this is the last century. Man himself is able to find tickets for airplane or train, rent a car or house directly from their owner, and pay with electronic money. In addition, and for trade may occur are not the easiest time because in 2011 more than 1 million Russians ordered goods abroad by mail from the U.S., China and Europe, rather than go to the regional shopping center and buy the same thing to pay extra charge of 50% VAT and rent the owner of the shopping center Plaza.

And here we see the outlines of a new world in which the former leaders of the defeated, and, oddly enough, peacefully, with no casualties or damage, a new procedure. No lack of co-owners Google, Microsoft, Apple and Facebook, and lead them to prison for an attempted coup. Even a weak and sad attempt to somehow limit the monopoly of these companies came to nothing lead.

Conclusions: The

global IT-giants will increase its advantage, expanding the scope of the business, which has traditionally been made “offline”, and their financial condition and might be grow, they will displace the old intermediaries, who can not oppose them anything.

for inclusion in the new world government will be sufficient, first, to acquire the shares of industry leaders, and secondly, actively engage itself in programming.

Soon not a car, apartment or the post will determine the social status, but the share in the register of holders of IT-company, your website, its program, its audience, its own information.

must be careful to treat those companies whose financial position and power are, or will soon become a historical throwback. Particular caution should be taken to the financial (banking, insurance, pension funds, settlement of accounts, stock exchanges, brokers, asset managers,… ) and resellers.

I would not bet on these companies in an environment where the Internet infrastructure and information technologies make possible the direct transaction between seller and buyer of anything, and when the electrons are not only money, but the people (through the profiles in Facebook).

The basic conclusion is that the role of IT-companies underestimated: government, society and the stock markets. While the Revolution, as a result of which they have come to rule the world, goes on before our eyes.

Can participate in the process (eg, buying shares or making their own resources and programs), to stand aside, angrily reject the new trends, believing in the old good value, try to counteract the IT-companies, brandishing a club prohibitive laws and conventions SOPA.

The Importance of Using X-Ray Technology to Inspect Components

If you are an electronic component supplier, distributor, or buyer, you should be dedicated to enhancing your inspection and testing capabilities with all of the latest technologies on the market. For independent distributors, buying electronics on the open market can be an extremely risky move. Because of this, more and more of these distributors are turning to X-Ray technology to improve the quality of the electronic components in their supply chain. Discover how X-Ray technologies can help you ensure quality and choose a technology that will save you money while still improving your reputation in the industry.

Identifying Counterfeit Components With X-Ray Vision

Buying electronic components on the open market can be risky. Studies have found that more than 10 percent of all of the global technology products sold on the open market are counterfeit. This percentage equates to about $27 billion per year in industry sales. Suppliers, distributors, and buyers, can all be affected when buying a counterfeit products. The reputation of each company in the industry weighs heavily on the quality of products sold. If an electronics manufacturer buys counterfeit product and is not aware, their reputation could suffer and the end user may choose the competition. Quality control is extremely important to prevent all of this from happening. With new X-Ray technologies, businesses can identify counterfeit components and assess where they are coming from. This will save you money and save your reputation.

Identify the Damage Components

When you supply electronic components to distributors and buyers, you understand just how important quality is. If you do not have quality initiatives in place, you are risking the chance of selling damaged components to your end user. If you consistently sell these damaged components to your loyal customers, you are sure to lose customers. Not only will X-Ray vision help you verify the authenticity of components, it will also help you identify components that could potentially be damaged. Much like the X-Ray machines used in your local hospitals, X-Ray machines for quality control will verify everything that is supposed to be in the machine is there intact.

Technology – The Way It Is

Technology has bridged the world in a seamless transaction and manufacturing line. Technology is supposed to be helping us relieve the burden of repetitive and unnecessary actions by doing the manual work for us. That fact is that technology changes. The new DVD technology increased the amount of memory a regular CD can hold. They can only be read by laser technology. Technology provides users with the ability to easily add features that aren’t part of their computers when they purchase them.

It gives computer users the ability to add memory, communications, multimedia and security to their desktop and mobile systems. TV viewing technology is a snap with new Programming. Hopefully, with the advent of the concept of transparent technology and automation, developers will realize how technology should be made. Due to technology increasing at a rapid rate the surplus of electronics has enabled many smaller wholesale distributors to enter the market and offer refurbished wholesale computers. Globally technology has changed the way we search information.

Technical Support

In the past, women were discouraged to enter the world of the computer technology because it was thought of as a man’s world. Women were insisted that what was the most important thing about being a woman was a close relationship to the technology. The social aspect of the computer technology is an interesting topic. But few ever really took the time to learn more about it. The most alarming thing is that most users today are accepting the technology as it is. Both money and consumers have been driving the evolution of technology and no one really has had an overview or control over its natural process so things are inevitably as they are now.

Forecast of Auto Electronics Market

The worldwide automotive electronics market is predicted to grow at 9% for a total of $173.7 billion by 2013. Sales for 2008 are estimated at $114.5 billion. Strong growth is estimated in driver assistance, car safety systems, and entertainment while the non-entertainment sector consumer retail, powertrain, and body electronics segments will see different growth rates. According to a new research on the non-entertainment automotive electronics market, the global market of non-entertainment automotive electronics is estimated to touch US$52.1 billion by 2010. The forecast of this growth is estimated to be equally distributed among all product segments and regions. The biggest demand is expected from the emerging markets in Asia and East and Central Europe.
The powertrain electronics will continue to dominate and it constitute 32% of the global market in last few years. It will sustain till 2010.

The body/chassis electronics will continue to rise at an average growth of 9.4% per year till 2010. During this period, the global market will increase from US$4.0 billion to US$6.3 billion. The manufacturers are looking to enhance the performance and reduce overall system cost, so the trend to fully integrated systems will continue throughout the forecast period.

The safety and convenience constitute almost 50% of the global non-entertainment auto electronics market at the current time. It was estimated to be at US$18.5 billion in 2005. Overall safety and convenience accounted for 50.3% of the global market in 2005 at US$18.5 billion. Multiplexing/electrical distribution, body controllers and navigation, all of them are fore casted to grow at a rapid rate till 2010. The navigation market, combined with audio and entertainment will be one of the fastest growing section of the auto electronics market. The driver supporting systems, like night vision, collision avoidance and lane departure warning is also expected to show strong growth.

Toyota Motor Corp. is the undisputed leader in hybrid car manufacturing market. Honda Motor Co. Ltd is at second spot, trying hard to grab some of Toyota’s share. General Motors Corp. dominates in the United States market and has the broadest portfolio in the hybrid market. However it lags far behind in the competition in terms of sales. With the continuous improvement in hybrid technologies and decreasing manufacturing costs, the powertrain segment should experience higher growth.

About Electronic City, Bangalore

One of classy localities in Bangalore consists of many industrial parks, technological parks, and software firms. Spread over 332 acres (1.3 kmĀ²) in Konappana, Agrahara and Doddathogur villages outside Bangalore, India.

It was initiated by R.k. Baliga, the first Chairman and Managing Director of Keonics, Karnataka Electronics. The brainchild of making Bangalore a silicon valley goes to him. As we know, Bangalore is largest outsourcing capital of the world and this credit goes to Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao and Indian Finance Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh.

The infrastructure of Electronic City is world class, which is carrying many industries like Information Technology, BPO’s, Hardware firms, Software Firms in her lap. IT industry commercialized the area and this attracts the top business houses who wish to set up their business houses around it.

Growth of IT companies in this area, make it into residential area because most of the employee who work in electronic city prefer to stay near to their office.

Due to this many environmental issues started to arise and many notable lakes in and around electronic city namely Doddanagamangala kere, Rayasandra kere, Chikkatogur kere, Gattahalli kere, Veerasandra kere, heelalige kere, hebbagodi kere etc. All the waste water is diverted into these lakes and these lakes are in under great threat of pollution.

Buses from Bangalore city go to various parts of Electronic city and is well connected with Majestic, Shivajinagar, Krishna Raja Market, Shantinagar and Banashankari.

Some of the top software companies are:

Oswald Infotech, Tata Consultancy Services, Siemens Information Systems Limited, Skypro Technologies, Genpact Global Business, IBA Health Group Company, Inknowtech Private Limited, Infosys Technologies Limited, Infotech Enterprises Limited, Xsysys Technologies Private Limited, Omnesys Technologies Private Limited, CGI Information Systems And Management, Centre for Development of Advanced Computer, I-Link Software Private Limited, Hewlett Packard Global Soft Limited, Velankani Software Private Limited, Wipro Technologies Limited, Software Technology Parks of India etc

Some of the important industries are:

APC, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Biocon, C-DOT, CGI Group, Fanuc India, General Electric, GE Fanuc Systems, HCL Technologies, Hewlett-Packard, iGate Global, Infosys Limited, Mahindra Satyam.

Some of the important residential complexes are:

Neeladri Towers, Ajmera Infinity, Celebrity Signature, Celebrity Classic, Concorde Manhattan, Concorde Silicon Valley, Concorde Cuppertino, GVK Genesis Ecosphere, Ittina Mahavir, Neo Homes Passion Elite, SJR Equinox etc.

Some of the important education institutions are:

BTL Institute of Technology, CDAC – Formerly NCST, IFIM Business School (IFIM), IHMR – Institute of Health Management Research, Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology (IBAB), ICFAI, International Institute of Information Technology-Bangalore, ISBR Business School, IZEE Business School, Noble Institute of Education Society, NTTF – Nettur Technical Training Foundation, The Oxford College of Engineering, PES School Of Engineering (PESSE), SIBM (Symbiosis Institute of Business Management), WE School.

Some of the important schools are:

Sorsfort International School, School at Electronic City Phase 1, Blue Bell Public School, School at Electronic City, Euro Kids, SFF School, Treamis World School, Brookfield High School, Sri Chennakeshava High School, Sunrise International Residential School, Ebenezer International School & Junior College, Acts Secondary School, School at Singasandra, etc.

Some of the residential complexes are:

Neeladri towers, Ajmera Infinity, Celebrity Signature, Celebrity Classic, Concorde Manhattan, Concorde Silicon Valley, Concorde Cuppertino, GVK Genesis Ecosphere, Ittina Mahavir, Neo Homes Passion Elite, SJR Equinox etc.

Property rate of the area:

It is one of the important localities in Bangalore. The price per sq. ft. was at Rs 3135 in Oct-Dec 2011 and then price depreciated to Rs 3110 in the next quarter of Jan-Mar 2012. In Apr-June quarter of 2012, the locality price appreciated to Rs. 3250 per sq. ft and in Jul-Sept quarter of 2012, the price per sq. ft. appreciated to Rs 3320. In Oct-Dec 2012, price appreciate to Rs 3489 per sq. ft.

In its neighbourhood lies many educational institutions, banks, premier hotels, malls & Supermarket, hospitals and so on. Due to its property rates, this area is appreciating