The “Laser Technology Market by Type (Solid, Liquid, Gas and Others), Revenue (Laser Revenue and System Revenue), Application (Laser Processing and Optical Communications), End User, Geography – Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The Laser Technology Market Size is Expected to Grow from USD 11.7 Billion in 2020 to USD 17.6 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 8.6%
Increasing demand from healthcare vertical and Better performance of lasers over traditional material processing techniques are the key factors driving the growth of the Laser technology market.
Solid type lasers to hold the largest size of Laser technology market during forecast period
The market for solid lasers accounted for the largest size in 2019. A solid laser is the one that consists of an active medium in the solid form. The active medium in a solid laser comprises a glass or crystalline host material, which is
Moore’s law is an empirical suggestion stating that the number of transistors doubles every few years in integrated circuits (ICs). However, Moore’s law has started to fail as transistors are now so small that current silicon-based technologies are unable to offer further opportunities for shrinking.
One possibility of overcoming Moore’s law is to resort to two-dimensional semiconductors. These two-dimensional materials are so thin that they can allow the propagation of free charge carriers, namely electrons and holes in transistors that carry the information, along an ultra-thin plane. This confinement of charge carriers can potentially allow the switching of the semiconductor very easily. It also allows directional pathways for the charge carriers to move without scattering and therefore leading to infinitely small resistance for the transistors.
This means that in theory, the two-dimensional materials can result in transistors that do not waste energy during their
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Liquid Media Group Ltd. (the “Company”, “Liquid Media” or “Liquid”) (Nasdaq: YVR) is pleased to announce a partnership with Tyler Bushnell’s Polycade, the connected arcade platform invented by the son of Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell, which enables retro-enthusiasts to play classic games in the 21st century.
“Partnering with Polycade creates an immediate revenue stream for Liquid. It also successfully executes on our direct-to-consumer model by leveraging Polycade’s innovative emulator software to bring beloved retro games to ultra-modern arcade consoles,” said Daniel Cruz, CFO of Liquid.“ Some of the best gaming titles were created decades ago and fervently played in the arcades of days past. Today, with Tyler’s lifelong understanding of video game culture, Polycade is setting the new standard for arcade machines, capturing the look and feel of retro-style gaming and updating it with the technology and aesthetics to fit
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Sep 28, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) — Global Liquid Cold Plate Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 is currently an appended report by MarketQuest.biz that will help you make informed decisions, know opportunities, plan new projects, explore drivers and restraints, plan effective business strategies, and provides a vision on the industry forecast. The report targets the major aspects related to global Liquid Cold Plate market growth, development plan, and focuses on significant tactics. The market has experienced an amazing change structure-wise such as product developments, launches, and trends. The market is evaluated on the basis of segments including types and applications. It demonstrates the market size, market share, market trends, and development rate. The report analyzes the progress of this market movement of significant players in this industry.
Four underground reservoirs of water may be sitting below the south pole of Mars. The new findings, published today in Nature Astronomy, suggest Mars is home to even more deposits of liquid water than once thought.
The background: In 2018, a group of Italian researchers used radar observations made by the European Space Agency’s Mars Express orbiter to detect a lake of liquid water sitting 1.5 kilometers below the surface of Mars. The lake, which was about 20 kilometers long, was found near the south pole, at the base of an area of thick glacial ice called the South Polar Layered Deposits. Those radar observations were made by an instrument called Mars Advanced Radar for Subsurface and Ionosphere Sounding (MARSIS).
The new study: Two years later, after a new analysis of the complete MARSIS data set (composing over 134 radar collection campaigns), members of that same team have confirmed the