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1850

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1850 Coffee Brand and Farmer Connect to bring coffee lovers and producers closer together using IBM blockchain technology.

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2degrees

(New Zealand)

New Zealand’s 2degrees selects Ericsson as sole 5G RAN partner

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AB InBev

(Belgium)

AB InBev has revealed a new bottle design which it claims is lightest beer bottle in the world. It reduced glass bottle weight from 180 g to 150 g and cuts CO2 emission by 17%.

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ABB

(Switzerland)

A 72 hour power backup rule at mobile towers in California is a good growth driver for telecom power system firms including Vertiv, Delta Electronics, ABB.

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Absolut

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Absolut to trial 2000 paper based drink bottles.

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Adidas

(Germany)

Adidas collaborates with the LEGO Group for launch of primary colored trainers.

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Advantech

(Taiwan)

How Industry 4.0 technology firms?are preparing for manufacturing localization? World’s biggest industrial PC manufacturer Advantech has formed a JV in Mexico expecting more manufacturing and Industry 4.0 investment.

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Agappe

(India)

Cyient has entered into a manufacturing partnership with Agappe to bring to market Count X. The Mispa Count X is an indigenously designed and developed three-part hematology analyzer by Agappe, that will make India self-reliant in hematology and enable the setup of well-equipped labs in remote and rural locations across India.

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Airbus

(Netherlands)

Airbus Canada transfers A220 material management services to Satair.

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Airtel

(India)

Airtel, AWS sign pact to offer cloud solutions to businesses in India. This partnership will leverage Airtel’s one million enterprise customer footprint and depth of AWS solutions.

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Akbank

(Turkey)

Akbank selects ThoughtWorks to deliver its cloud modernization program to strengthen its future-readiness

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Aker

(Norway)

Aker Solutions and AVEVA Extend Strategic Partnership Deploying Engineering Solutions in the Cloud to Enhance Efficiency and Optimize Resources

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Alfa Level

(Sweden)

Alfa Laval will use advanced digital twin technology when expanding capacity in the production of separators in Sweden. The technology supplied by AFRY will facilitate the operations development and reduce the time for ramp-up of the production substantially.

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Alfresa

(Japan)

Hitachi has constructed Japan’s first platform for the integrated management of cell and tracing information throughout the value chain, from cell collection, through production and transport, to the administration of regenerative medicine products through collaborative creation with Alfresa, pharmaceutical companies, medical institutions, and others.

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AllClear ID

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AllClear ID and ThoughtWorks Partner to Build Reusable Mobile IDs

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Allscripts

(United States of America)

Allscripts and Microsoft extend strategic alliance to transform cloud-based health IT solutions.

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Alstom

(France)

Alstom opens new facilities for its 3D printing hub at Santa Perpètua site, in Barcelona

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Altassian

(Australia)

Atlassian acquires Mindville , a Jira-centric enterprise asset management firm based in Sweden. Mindville’s 1,700 customers include NASA, Spotify and Samsung.

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Amaon

(United States of America)

Amazon made the silicon module with MediaTek . Its AZ1 Neural Edge processor will make Alexa voice commands even faster.

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Amazon

(United States of America)

Smart shopping cart by Amazon that knows what you are buying. No cashier needed.

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Amdocs

(United States of America)

Amdocs to acquire Openet and augments its capability in 5G, charging and cloud.

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Analog Devices

(United States of America)

Analog Devices Buys HDMI Business From INVECAS.

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Antolin

(Spain)

Grupo Antolin has inaugurated a new Innovation Center in Shanghai (China) that will strengthen its R & D and technological development capabilities. The center has an advanced electronics laboratory and 100 people will work there.

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Apple

(United States of America)

Apple Korea to pay US$84 million to compensate iPhone users and set up R&D center.

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Aramco

(Saudi Arabia)

Aramco in partnership with SABIC have successfully demonstrated the production and shipment of blue ammonia from Saudi Arabia to Japan with support from the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Forty tons of high-grade blue ammonia have already been dispatched to Japan for use in zero-carbon power generation.

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Arcelik

(Turkey)

Arcelik, a leading global manufacturer of household appliances selects AWS as preferred cloud provider for machine learning, analytics, IoT to increase efficiency and innovate new services.

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Archi

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Hexagon’s Mining division has been awarded a multi-solution project at Toka Tindung gold mine in North Sulawesi, Indonesia operated by PT Archi.

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Arm

(United Kingdom)

Arm expands R&D center in Budapest. The chip company will be growing its staff of developers by more than 50% at its R&D center in Budapest, Hungary. An expansion project worth EUR 9 million will result in the creation of 60 jobs in research and development at the center.

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Arrival

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Arrival selects HERE SDK for its Electric Vehicles

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Asahi

(Japan)

A demonstration project at the Asahi Breweries to generate power from fuel cells utilizing bio-methane gas (“biogas”) derived from the brewery’s wastewater, which will establish a new model for reducing CO2 emissions. Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, (MHPS) has provided its MEGAMIE solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system for the project.

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Asda

(United Kingdom)

Indian-origin billionaire brothers are set to acquire a majority stake in the leading UK supermarket chain Asda from Walmart in $8.8 billion deal as part of consortium with PE firm TDR Capital.

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ASKO

(Sweden)

Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) won a contract from Norway’s ASKO Maritime AS for constructing two autonomous electric ferries. The vessels are designed by Naval Dynamics Norway with detailed engineering to be carried out by CSL.

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ASML

(Netherlands)

ASML opens chip-tool training center for TSMC in Taipei.

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Astera

(United States of America)

EInfochips provides SOC engineering services to Astera Labs in developing industry’s first PCIe 4.0 & 5.0 Smart Retimer SoC. The Physical Implementation services from eInfochips made possible a first-pass success for Aries PCIe® 4.0 & 5.0 Smart Retimer SoCs.

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AT&T

(United States of America)

AT&T considers cellphone plans subsidized by ads. Interesting model if it works.

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Atkins

(United Kingdom)

Faithful+Gould and Atkins, members of the SNC-Lavalin Group, were awarded a contract from the Georgia Institute of Technology to provide 5D Building Information Modeling Scheduling & Cost Estimating Services to support Georgia Tech’s Facilities Department.

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Audi

(Germany)

Audi and Climeworks store CO2 from the atmosphere underground. Climeworks is building the world’s largest direct air capture and storage facility in Iceland where 4,000 metric tons of CO2 will be stored as rock underground each year. Audi has been supporting the development of CO2 capturing technology with the goal of achieving net CO2-neutrality company-wide by 2050.

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Axopar

(Finland)

Axopar renowned Finnish brand of premium range motorboats selected Citec for product manuals. Services provided are technical writing, illustrations, Translations and portals. Owner and operating manuals are one integrated part in the customer experience of owning an Axopar boat.

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B Grimm

(Thailand)

B.Grimm Power, one of South East Asia’s largest private power producers,? have awarded AFRY with an Owner’s Engineer services assignment for six gas-fired cogeneration power plant projects in Rayong, Chonburi & Ang Thong provinces in Thailand.

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BACA Systems

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Innovative solutions in the stone cutting industry by Kuka: 100 robots for BACA Systems in North America

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BAE

(United Kingdom)

BAE Systems acquires Techmodal, a UK-based data consultancy and digital services company focusing on Defense sector. It is offering Data Integration Platform (DIP), a collaborative system that provides the ability to view, manage and exploit data provided by multiple systems on the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers, allowing the efficient management of these highly complex modern warships.

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Ballard

(Canada)

Ballard Power Systems is expanding manufacturing capacity for production of its proprietary membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs) 6x at its Vancouver facility.

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BASF

(Germany)

BASF and Toyota collaborate for light weighting success on 2021 Sienna, which features first-of-its-kind third row free-standing seatbacks. BASF polymer solution results in 30% weight reduction and 15% cost savings vs prior generation.

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Batz

(Spain)

Batz Group, Spain-based provider of die and systems for major auto OEMs , has deployed the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. It decided to integrate document management, CAD management, materials lists and project management into Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform to increase its agility and process control, improve the quality and safety of its automotive tooling and control systems, and reduce its time to market.

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Bayer

(Germany)

Bayer will acquire KaNDy Therapeutics Ltd. to expand its drug development pipeline in women’s healthcare.

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BBAC

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BBAC chooses painting technology from Dürr for new plant in China.

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Bedrock

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Ford, Bedrock and Bosch are launching a demonstration project with connected Ford Escape test vehicles that can drive and park themselves inside Bedrock’s Assembly Garage in Detroit using Bosch smart infrastructure. This is the first U.S. infrastructure-based solution for automated valet parking where the vehicle will park itself inside a parking garage.

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Bega

(Australia)

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Beiersdorf

(Germany)

Beiersdorf has announced the opening of a new research and development center in Shanghai, with the aim of bolstering its skincare expertise in China and emerging markets.

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Bell

(Canada)

Bell Textron announced the opening of the new Bell facility in Wichita, Kansas, where the company will support multiple Bell programs and business areas, including Engineering, Supply Chain, Professional Manufacturing and Corporate Services.

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Bentley

(United Kingdom)

Bentley Motors today announces a three-year research study that promises to transform electric vehicle powertrains, utilizing a fully integrated, free from rare-earth magnet e-axle that supports electric vehicle architectures.

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Berkeley

(United States of America)

Berkeley Modular chose Majenta Solutions for implementing software solutions for modular construction.

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Best Buy

(United States of America)

Google Cloud partners with Best Buy to deliver improved customer experience.

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BID Group

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Rockwell Automation Announces the First Platinum Partner to its OEM Partner Program, BID Group

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Black Veatch

(United States of America)

Black & Veatch collaborates with Hexagon and embraces the Intergraph Smart suite of design tools to facilitate integrated engineering design for its oil and gas business.

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Blackberry

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PathPartner Joins BlackBerry QNX Channel Partner Program to Deliver Safety-Critical and Secure Software Solutions for Automotive Industry

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Blueshark

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Blueshark selects HERE as mapping and location services provider for smart electric motorcycles.

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BMW

(Germany)

BMW Group is using a new augmented reality (AR) application in vehicle concept and prototype engineering, speeding up the process by as much as twelve months, from individual vehicle sections through to complex production stages.

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BMZ

(Germany)

BMZ and Continental are making a rubber supply chain digitally traceable for the first time. Successful documentation of the entire supply chain from cultivation and further processing Indonesia to tire plant in Germany through a digital tracing system. It can prevent rubber from entering the supply chain from non-registered areas, e.g. illegally deforested areas.

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BNSF

(United States of America)

BNSF and Wabtec prepare to test battery-electric locomotive. This is fitted with a lithium-ion energy storage unit with around 20 000 cells.

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Boeing

(United States of America)

Boeing 747s still get critical updates via floppy disks.

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Bombardier

(Canada)

Bombardier has entered into share purchase agreements with each of Lufthansa Technik AG and ExecuJet Aviation Group AG to acquire outstanding shares of Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services (LBAS) that it does not own. This transaction enables Bombardier to further expand its worldwide customer support footprint by establishing a wholly-owned service centre in Berlin.

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Bombardier Transportation

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Alstom and Bombardier Transportation signs agreement for sale.

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Bosch

(Germany)

Bosch and Gardena establish battery alliance.

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Boston Beer

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Boston Beer is establishing an R&D center in Canada for non-alcoholic cannabis products.

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Boston Scientific

(United States of America)

Boston Scientific announced it has signed an investment agreement with an exclusive option to acquire Farapulse, a privately-held company developing a pulsed field ablation (PFA) system for the treatment of atrial fibrillation (AF) and other cardiac arrhythmias.

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Bouygues

(France)

Bouygues Construction has chosen the Dassault 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the cloud to drive its business transformation with the aim to improve the productivity of its construction projects.

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Bowmer Kirkland

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Bowmer & Kirkland to start work on £54m glass research and development centre in Merseyside. It will on R&D projects for decarbonizing glass production.

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Box

(United States of America)

Box will leverage Google Cloud as a key infrastructure and storage provider globally, and the companies will deeply integrate Box and G Suite to help businesses seamlessly and securely work across both environments.

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BP

(United Kingdom)

A $100 Million Bp deal goes to Petrofac – SOCAR JV for HR processes including payroll and training.

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Bristol Water

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Wipro innovates new Digital Experiences at Bristol Water to modernise critical infrastructure

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Brose

(Germany)

Volkswagen and Brose Group create JV for global automotive seating.

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BT

(United Kingdom)

BT has announced the UK‘s first live 5G factory installation. The new Industry 4.0 factory is run by engineering company Worcester Bosch, best known for domestic boilers.

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Buhler

(Switzerland)

SWITZERLAND’S leading global food technology provider, Bühler, and a world leader in flavors and fragrances, Givaudan are joining forces in a partnership to build a new innovation center in Singapore, which will be dedicated to plant- based food with a focus on Asian markets.

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Canon

(Japan)

Canon launches mobile app and 24×7 customer service on WhatsApp. Wipro team supported Canon in this launch.

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Capture One

(Denmark)

Image editing software developer Capture One to set up R&D hub in Athens.

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Cargill

(United States of America)

Cargill to open $21M Chocolate R&D Center, Pilot Plant in Belgium.

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Carrier

(United States of America)

Carrier launched the Healthy, Safe, Sustainable Cold Chain Program – designed to help customers meet rapidly evolving supply chain demands and make their cold chain activities more effective. This new program focuses on a health-first cold chain in food & medicine security, safe vaccine distribution and connected cold chain.

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Cathay

(Hong Kong)

GE Aviation and Cathay Pacific Group have signed a five-year agreement to implement GE’s Event Measurement System (EMS) for flight analytics and the FlightPulse pilot app.

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CATL

(China)

Honda will buy a 1 per cent stake in Chinese electric vehicle (EV) battery maker Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) and the two will jointly develop EV batteries.

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Chevron

(United States of America)

Chevron and Novvi announced the first production of 100% renewable base oil from Novvi’s Deer Park, Houston Facility.

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Chiesi

(Italy)

Chiesi Group has selected JAGGAER to strategically expand its supplier management program across its 29 affiliates and into indirect and industrial supply categories. With the JAGGAER ONE Supplier Management solution, Chiesi maximizes control and visibility and streamlines the supplier classification and evaluation process by centralizing all supplier information and data. Chiesi has more than fifteen thousand suppliers globally and an annual expenditure turnover of around €1.1 billion.

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China Unicom

(Hong Kong)

Nokia completes its first 5G standalone call on live network with China Unicom

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Chugai

(Japan)

Chugai Pharmaceutical and NTT DATA have conducted a demonstration test of a solution for improving the efficiency of clinical trial-related document preparation using AI technology.

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Chunghwa

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Nokia and Chunghwa Telecom accelerate 5G expansion in Taiwan

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Cimcon

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CIMCON Lighting Selects UST to Scale Its Smart Lighting Controls and Smart City Platforms

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Cisco

(United States of America)

Cisco acquires Portshift Israeli startup to raise its game in DevOps and Kubernetes security.

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Citrix

(United States of America)

Citrix is hiring 600 software engineers for its engineering and security teams in different locations including India. Citrix has current 3000 people in its nine R&D centers and this hiring will increase headcount by 20%.

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Climeworks

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Accenture Helps Climeworks Filter More CO2 from the Air and Inspire One Billion People to Be Climate Positive

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Coca Cola

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Coca-Cola HBC to Digitally Transform its End-to-End Planning with Blue Yonder

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Coke

(United States of America)

The Coca-Cola Company sales fall 28%, but It says the worst is over.

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Collins

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Collins Aerospace eliminates the need for touching airport kiosks with new mobile phone check-in and baggage drop offering.

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Comac

(China)

China’s Comac gets a chance to narrow gap with Airbus and Boeing.

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Compal

(Taiwan)

Compal Electronics is using Ansys to automate simulation data processing to accelerate R&D cycles for its 5G laptops. Eliminating the gap between simulation and data analysis through automation, Compal and Ansys are minimizing reporting time required for critical certifications to swiftly bring 5G laptops to consumers.

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Contentsquare

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French digital behavior analytics company Contentsquare is to double the size of its Israel R&D center

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Continental

(Germany)

BMZ and Continental are making a rubber supply chain digitally traceable for the first time. Successful documentation of the entire supply chain from cultivation and further processing Indonesia to tire plant in Germany through a digital tracing system. It can prevent rubber from entering the supply chain from non-registered areas, e.g. illegally deforested areas.

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Coop Sweden

(Sweden)

TCS partners with Coop Sweden to drive an End-to-end Business Transformation Program. Over the next two years, TCS will closely collaborate with Coop to transform several key business areas across the retailer’s network, including finance, logistics and procurement; category management, pricing, campaigns, and store operations; and master data and analytics. TCS will redesign the business processes and help create a unified, real-time, process-centric view across Coop’s retail operations that will enable overall operational excellence, improved stock visibility, optimized stock levels, richer assortment of offerings, traceability, and better availability at local stores, driving a superior customer experience.

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Crystec

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CrystecPharma Launches New R&D Center in China

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CSL

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Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) won a contract from Norway’s ASKO Maritime AS for constructing two autonomous electric ferries. The vessels are designed by Naval Dynamics Norway with detailed engineering to be carried out by CSL.

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CT

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CT Ingenieros launches the ESCAPE R&D project together with its Spanish partner Industri, a manufacturer of automotive accessories. The objective is to design and develop an innovative system for a lightened and automated roof window for ventilation and rescue.

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CTI

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CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services, a leading contract research organization, will use Medidata’s Remote Source Review to power remote monitoring and document review for multiple global studies, including several COVID-19 projects.

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CyberArk

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CyberArk opens new R&D center in Beer Sheba

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D&K

(United Kingdom)

D&K Engineering, a medical device manufacturer, is implementing IBASEt’s medical device manufacturing execution and quality solution. iBASEt’s pre-configured solution, has been instrumental in its digital transformation strategy replacing paper based processes. It lets company quickly apply engineering changes and design updates during New Product Introduction. Medical device is highly regulated industry with process and documentation must be strictly adhered to assure quality and compliance.

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Daimler

(United States of America)

Daimler AG, BASF, Fairphone and Volkswagen Group start partnership for sustainable Lithium mining in Chile

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Daimler Trucks

(United States of America)

Daimler Trucks presents technology strategy for electrification. Four main developments. GenH2 Truck, a fuel-cell truck with a range of up to 1,000 kilometers. eActros LongHaul, a battery-electric truck with a range of about 500 kilometers. eActros, a battery-electric truck with a range of well over 200 kilometers. ePowertrain global platform architecture offers synergies and economies of scale.

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Danfoss

(Denmark)

Danfoss has entered into a partnership with the Danish Technical University (DTU) to work alongside researchers and other business partners on installing Denmark’s largest grid-connected battery energy storage system (BESS) on the island of Bornholm and support Bornholm’s ambitions to become a 100% sustainable community.

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DB Schenker

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DB Schenker has chosen Infor Nexus Purchase Order Management and Infor Nexus Control Center as part of a programme to help deliver an industry-leading, end-to-end predictive estimated time of arrival (ETA) capability for customers

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Delfast

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Delfast to transfer e-bike production from China to Ukraine

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Dell

(United States of America)

Vodafone selects key partners to build Europe’s first commercial OpenRAN network in England. Dell Technologies, NEC, Samsung, Wind River, Capgemini Engineering and Keysight Technologies are selected.

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Delphi

(United Kingdom)

Delphi Technologies secures its second largest power electronics business win with a premium European OEM. It supports next generation of electric vehicles with 800-volt inverter. Now it has become primary inverter supplier to three of the top four global premium OEMs

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Delta Electronics

(Taiwan)

A 72 hour power backup rule at mobile towers in California is a good growth driver for telecom power system firms including Vertiv, Delta Electronics, ABB.

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Denso

(Japan)

DENSO Transfers Its Aftermarket and Non-automotive Business to DENSO Solution

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Desay

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Desay SV Automotive is one step closer to becoming a Level-4 player in the autonomous vehicle (AV) industry, with the launch of its third-generation Intelligent Processing Unit (IPU-03). Powered by NVIDIA‘s Drive AGX Xavier Platform, the IPU-03 will enable Xpeng Motors of China to achieve Level 3 autonomous driving capability in the company’s latest and future car model launches.

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DEWA

(United Arab Emirates)

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is piloting four-legged dog-like robots for internal operations such as maintenance and quality assurance. The Spot robots, developed by Boston Dynamics, are being trialled by DEWA for detecting faults, testing the connection points of high-voltage cables, pinpointing leakage in water pipes, conducting security and monitoring patrols, and ensuring construction works are aligned with specifications by using multiple-angle cameras.

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Diageo

(United Kingdom)

Whisky in paper bottle? Diageo?to launch?Johnnie Walker?whisky in paper bottles in 2021. Diageo and Pilot Lite to develop the paper bottle and collaborate on R&D.

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DISH

(United States of America)

DISH chooses Nokia cloud-native, 5G standalone Core software to build U.S. 5G network with scale, performance, and efficiency.

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Disney

(United States of America)

Disney to lay off 28,000 workers at domestic theme parks and other units.

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Dm

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A Grman drug store, Dm, opens a new distribution center in Wustermark, Germany with robotics and software from Swisslog, a KUKA company.

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Dongfeng

(China)

Vitesco Technologies, a Continental subsidiary delivers integrated electric axle drive to Dongfeng, its first Chinese customer. R&D priority for electric drive for EV is increase in power density, reducing weight, size and cable complexity.

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DoorDash

(United States of America)

DoorDash launches convenience store in US. Will Swiggy, Zomato launch stores in India in future?

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DS Smith

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U.K.-based packaging producer DS Smith is investing $140 million in research and development that will include developing new materials to replace plastics and a testing program to strengthen corrugated cardboard and reduce G-force shock in-home delivery packaging.

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Du

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Software AG and Du partner to accelerate IoT implementations in UAE.

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Duke Energy

(United States of America)

Wärtsilä has contracted with Duke Energy, one of the largest electric power holding companies in the United States, for the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) of three battery storage facilities during the past six months. These facilities will be located in North Carolina and Indiana in the United States. Additionally, Wärtsilä’s GEMS advanced energy management platform will be deployed across the utility’s existing and planned battery storage sites and solar assets across six energy distribution areas.

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Eaton

(Ireland)

Eaton’s Vehicle Group is leveraging Industry 4.0 technology.

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Eau

(Netherlands)

Eau De Paris, France’s leading public water company, has selected Hexagon geographic information system (GIS) technologies to support its new agricultural aid project.

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Ebay

(United States of America)

Norway-based classified ads publisher Adevinta acquires EBay‘s classified business unit in $9.2 billion deal.

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EDF

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Thales, Ericsson and EDF deploy secure private mobile networks at nuclear energy plants across France

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EFKB

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Trimble and Totalmobile, a field service management software specialist, have been awarded a contract from civil engineering joint venture Eiffage Kier Ferrovial BAM (EKFB) to support its transportation and logistics operations on the HS2—the UK’s new low-carbon, high-speed rail project. Trimble and Totalmobile have developed an innovative vehicle management booking system and integrated inventory management system that will enable EKFB to monitor, manage and analyze the status and location of its subcontractors’ vehicles and inventory in real-time.

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Eldroado

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Ukraine-based electronics and home appliance retailer Eldroado successfully deploys Blue Yonder forecasting and replenishment solutions alongside partner Ewave Mobile.

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Elexon

(United Kingdom)

Australian EMS provider, Elexon Electronics, has recently launched its new intelligent factory line in Brisbane. Reshoring in Australia.

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Elisa

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Elisa Finland adds 5G RAN to Ericsson 5G Core partnership

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Embraer

(Brazil)

Embraer, Aerolite and Umlaut announced the Phenom 300MED, a unique MedEvac solution for Phenom 300 series aircraft, which is also available for retrofit.

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Emerson

(United States of America)

Emerson Electric to buy Open Systems International (OSI) for $1.6 billion cash. OSI provides software for utility industries and will position Emerson as a leader in the ongoing digitization of the electric grid.

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Enfield

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Royal Enfield to set up an assembly unit in Argentina, its first outside India. Trend: Local manufacturing investment will increase in different countries/ regions.

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eolane

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Critical Manufacturing has been awarded a contract with the electronics manufacturer éolane Tallinn, Estonia. The project will see a two-phase MES implementation.

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EON

(Germany)

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Ercisson

(Sweden)

Ericsson secured a contract to deploy private mobile networks across three airports in Paris, France. Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget airports.

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ERES

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Capgemini supports ERES, the luxury fashion house, in the redesign of its e-commerce site

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Ericsson

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5G industrial pilot from Grundfos, TDC NET and Ericsson

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Etisalat

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Etisalat and Nokia provide ultra-fast 5G broadband services in the UAE

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Evonik

(Germany)

Evonik develops membrane technology for separation of volatile organic compounds. has been optimized for specialty applications such as natural gas treatment, emission control in tank farms, and in the chemical and process industries.

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Extreme Networks

(United States of America)

TCS has helped Extreme Networks, a leader in cloud-driven networking, to , successfully complete the post-merger integration of Aerohive Networks into its ecosystem, in record time. TCS consultants completed the complex data mapping, transformation and integration within an aggressive timeline of six months.

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Exxon

(United States of America)

ExxonMobil facing $66b shortfall, must cut staff and projects

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Facebook

(United States of America)

Facebook and Microsoft are expanding office space in Tel Aviv, Israel despite employees working from home?

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Fagerhult

(Sweden)

Fagerhult selects HiQ for establishing a new CoE to continue to develop Organic Response, the company’s IoT platform for smart lighting. Manufacturers will use engineering service providers to make their products smart.

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Family Mart

(Japan)

Can retail employees work from home and use VR controlled robots to serve customers? Japanese store Family Mart is trying in partnership with Telexistence.

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Faurecia

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Faurecia to enrich display technologies and immersive experiences offer with the acquisition of DesignLED

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FET

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Far EasTone launches Ericsson-powered commercial 5G in Taiwan.

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Fimer

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FIMER has announced plans to set up its new R&D Center of Excellence for the utility sector in Italy, close to its manufacturing facilities

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Flipkart

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Flipkart invests $35 million in Arvind Fashion. Backward integration?

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Fonterra

(New Zealand)

Fonterra plans a new research and development facility in Shanghai and an application center to serve the foodservice channel.

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Ford

(United States of America)

Ford launches Telematics Platform and mobile app to help maximize fleet’s performance. Commercial vehicle customers monitor their fleets with GPS tracking and geofencing, get live vehicle health alerts to plan and limit downtime, set reminders for vehicle service, analyze driver behavior, and help manage fuel usage to potentially reduce costs.

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Forex24

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Forex24 has announced opening a new R&D centre in Kyiv, Ukraine. The new centre will help in further developing new technologies to support forex trading including mobile trading platforms, fund withdrawal solutions and advanced customization features.

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Fox

(United States of America)

FOX Sports teams up with Google Cloud.

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Fujifilm

(Japan)

Fujifilm Medical selects Kinaxis RapidResponse for agility in its medical system supply chain.

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Gardenia

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Bosch and Gardena establish battery alliance.

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Gaussin

(France)

GAUSSIN to set-up first factory in Qatar to assemble electric vehicles dedicated to serve sea ports, airports logistics. It will also establish an R&D center.

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GE Aviation

(United States of America)

Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) selected GE Aviation for a comprehensive digital agreement including FlightPulse and eFOQA. The program gives ATSG subsidiary airlines ABX Air, Air Transport International, and Omni Air International access to advanced analytics with enriched data sets that will ultimately drive greater understanding of flight trends. This program implementation includes the Boeing 777, 767, and 757 aircraft.

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GE Power

(United States of America)

Prolec GE to acquire SPX’s Transformer Solutions business

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GEA

(Germany)

GEA uses Dassault Systèmes’ simulation technology in plans to safely reopen Its cafeteria for 1,900 employees.

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Geely

(Hong Kong)

Daimler to sell its factory in France which produces small cars as it optimizes its manufacturing footprint. These cars will now be produced in China by Geely.

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Genesys

(United States of America)

Infosys and Genesys partner for digital transformation. Infosys will manage R&D and customer support for Genesys contact center solution. A good win for Infosys engineering.

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GIGABYTE

(Taiwan)

GIGAIPC, a GIGABYTE subsidiary, has introduced a 5G industrial embedded PC, called the QBiX-Pro-KBLB7100HD-A1. It is industry’s first 5G enabled embedded computing system.

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Gigamon

(United States of America)

Gigamon plans to set up its fourth global R&D hub in Ottawa. Gigamon currently operates research facilities in California, Seattle and Chennai. Ottawa will likely become the focal point of Gigamon’s future SaaS R&D efforts.

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Givaudan

(Switzerland)

SWITZERLAND’S leading global food technology provider, Bühler, and a world leader in flavors and fragrances, Givaudan are joining forces in a partnership to build a new innovation center in Singapore, which will be dedicated to plant- based food with a focus on Asian markets.

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GKN

(United Kingdom)

GKN Aerospace has shipped the first aero-engine components from its site in Johor, Malaysia. Aero-engine component repair business in Johor will serve customers in APAC region.

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Goldman

(United States of America)

Goldman Sachs to buy General Motors credit card business for $2 5 billion.

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Google

(United States of America)

Google Cloud?wins?Groupe Renault?cloud deal.

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Grammer

(---)

Grammer has selected the Aras platform to digitize its interdisciplinary engineering processes and lay the foundation to adapt to future customer needs.

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Gulfstream

(United States of America)

Gulfstream announced an additional enhancement to its Cabin Experience, by further investing in customer health through plasma ionization. The air purification system, which complements Gulfstream’s already 100% fresh-air environment, has proven in lab tests to kill pathogens and allergens.

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Halliburton

(United States of America)

Halliburton, Microsoft and Accenture have entered into a five-year strategic agreement to advance Halliburton’s digital capabilities in Microsoft Azure. Under the agreement, Halliburton will complete its move to cloud-based digital platforms.

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Harley

(United States of America)

Harley-Davidson plans to wind up assembly operations in India.

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Healthe

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Boeing designed and developed the Ultraviolet (UV) wand to sanitize airplane interiors. It will be manufactured by Healthe.

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HeiQ

(United Kingdom)

Loyal Textiles Mills has collaborated with Reliance Industries and HeiQ from Switzerland to launch the world’s first reusable personal protective equipment (PPE) with triple viral shield technology.

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Hella

(Germany)

Car.Software Org of Volkswagen acquires camera software business area from HELLA. Through the acquisition, the software company of the Volkswagen Group will expand its competence in the field of image processing. Car.Software Org develops assistance systems and automated driving functions for all brands of the Volkswagen Group.

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HEMA

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HEMA Buttons Up Omni-channel Supply Chain Transformation with Blue Yonder

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Heng Hap

(---)

Capgemini is working with Heng Hiap Industries, a fully integrated plastic recycling company in Malaysia, to design an innovative business roadmap for a new mobile application, which rewards and simplifies the process of plastic waste recycling

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Henkel

(---)

AVEVA Paves the Way for Henkel to Drive Sustainability Throughout its Global Supply Chain

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HERBL

(---)

California’s largest cannabis distributor and supply chain solutions company, HERBL Solutions, is developing an end-to-end supply chain and fulfillment backbone with Blue Yonder’s Luminate Platform as its foundation. This digital fulfilment platform allows accurate inventory visibility, associated data transparency, and greater forecasting performance ensuring the right products get to the right places at the right times.

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Hexion

(United States of America)

Capgemini?has signed a seven-year agreement with?Hexion for a digital transformation of its global operations for procurement, finance and information technology.

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Highly

(---)

MARELLI and Highly announce the creation of new joint venture “Highly Marelli.” Through synergies and targeted investment in electrification for HVAC and EDC systems, the new JV will create a new leading player that is well placed to access the growing Chinese market. The sales revenue of the business unit in 2019 was US$ 857 million.

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Hilton

(United States of America)

Hilton Times Square closing its doors permanently.

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Hiranandani

(---)

Asia’s largest data center is in Mumbai now and it is not by hyperscalers. It is build by Hiranandani Group.

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Hisense

(China)

China’s Hisense Group established a global research and development (R&D) center for cooking and dishwashing appliances in Slovenia’s Velenje where its local manufcaturing subsidiary Gorenje is based.

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Hitachi

(Japan)

Hitachi Automotive Systems announced that their ADAS ECU and high-definition map position unit capable of automatic map updates via OTA has been adopted in Nissan new model SKYLINE.

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Hitachi Rail

(Italy)

Hitachi Rail to acquire railway technology firm Perpetuum to accelerate digitization strategy. Perpetuum’s self-powering digital sensors detect on-board vibrations and send back real-time data about the performance of critical train parts – e.g. wheel sets, gearboxes, motors or bogies – faster and more accurately than traditional condition-monitoring approaches. Combining this information with artificial intelligence-led analytical tools means that cutting cost and increasing parts lifespan by more than 25%.

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HMD Global

(Finland)

HMD Global, the company behind the return of Nokia to the smartphone business, announced it is acquiring Valona Labs, which marks the foundation for the brand-new R&D Centre in Tampere, Finland.

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Honda

(Japan)

A.P. Honda, Thai Honda Manufacturing and HPD have merged to form a new company named “Thai Honda Manufacturing” combining their sales and production

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Honeywell

(United States of America)

Boeing, Honeywell and Rolls-Royce Deutschland partner to service H-47 Chinook Engines.

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HP

(United States of America)

Wabtec Corporation in collaboration with HP and Redington, inaugurated an Additive Manufacturing Center focused on accelerating the design and production of integrated 3D-printed components in India. This CoE builds upon Wabtec’s additive strategy to leverage 3D printing to design and prototype 25,000 production parts by 2025. Good news for 3D printing ecosystem in India.

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HPCL

(---)

HPCL is developing three new labs at its R&D Centre in Bengaluru for research on petrochemicals, biofuels, batteries, hydrogen and solar energy.

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HPE

(---)

HPE unveils 5G lab to accelerate adoption of open, multivendor 5G solutions. Trend is to open 5G stack and best of breed multi-vendor NFV solutions for telcos to avoid vendor lock ins. HPE is working with a tier-1 telco for 5G stack. Right now Telecom SIs and engineering providers are not part of this lab but I think soon they will be.

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Huawei

(China)

China Telecom, China Southern Power Grid, State Grid, and Huawei successfully initiated the 5G Smart Grid Project in 3GPP.

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HuddlAi

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Huma

(---)

Atos and Huma have announced a 5-year strategic global partnership to shift healthcare and clinical trials from hospital to home. Atos will invest €20 million split across R&D and go-to-market resources, including dedicated consulting and sales personnel. The investment in R&D will fast-track the integration of the Huma platform with other leading clinical platforms, as well as develop a dedicated video module.

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Hyland

(United States of America)

TietoEVRY and Hyland Healthcare extends their partnership to deliver digital pathology solutions. TietoEVRY’s?Lifecare Pathology LIMS supports a fully digital pathology process, both the laboratory process and the diagnostics, including possible integrations with viewers and image analysis.?

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Hyperbat

(---)

Ericsson-powered 5G will deliver for UK vehicle battery manufacturer Hyperbat in a proof-of-concept virtual reality digital twin partnership with communications service provider BT and other technology leaders.

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Hyundai

(South Korea)

Hyundai announces studio for Ultimate Mobility Vehicles in the Valley to develop products that radically alter the restrictions of conventional mobility.

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Ibeo

(---)

FEV, Ibeo and LiangDao announced their cooperation to bundle competencies, providing OEM customers worldwide with access to a full-range of solutions for Level 3 and 4 automated driving (AD) and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).

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IBM

(---)

Daimler will implement an intelligent cloud solution and migrate its global after-sales portal to the IBM public cloud. The global after-sales portal is key for Daimler’s market activities, supporting workshop processes and the company was looking for a new technical platform to improve agility and scalability, while maintaining a high level of security.

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Ifm

(Germany)

Software AG?and the?ifm Group have announced a partnership that will focus on cloud-based visualization and analysis of sensor data from industrial systems and machinery. The ifm edge portfolio consists of hardware as well as software sensor data that will offer connectivity to the Cumulocity IoT Cloud for basically any machine, system or device. The solution will also prepare data for further use. As part of the collaboration, both partners will also supply joint customers with direct plug-and-play solution packages including cloud-based services (SaaS) for the Internet of Things.

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IKEA

(Netherlands)

IKEA Retail sets up Global Operations Centre in Bengaluru India.

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Indian Oil

(India)

Indian Oil and Total to jointly produce Bitumen derivatives.

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Indian Railways

(India)

Indian Railways has awarded Sinara Transport Machines, Russia, a contract to supply 19 ballast regulating machines (BRM), along with servicing and repairs.

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Infineon

(Germany)

For the first time, it is now possible to equip traditional wristwatches with the contactless payment function. The Swiss company Winwatch integrates tiny security chips from Infineon for this purpose.

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Infinera

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Infinera Leveraging Kinaxis for Industry-Best-Practice Planning Solution

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Informatica

(United States of America)

Informatica has acquired Compact Solutions to bring expanded metadata management to the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform.

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Ingersoll

(Ireland)

Ingersoll Rand acquires leading peristaltic pump manufacturer, Albin Pump SAS.

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Innocent Drinks

(United Kingdom)

Innocent Drinks selects Atos as digital partner for carbon-neutral factory. The in-depth data gathering and analytics on power usage, will help innocent to monitor and adjust the factory’s energy consumption and drive resource efficiency to support its decarbonization objectives.

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Insurify

(---)

US-based insurance comparison platform operator Insurify has opened an R&D centre in the Bulgarian capital Sofia.

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Intel

(United States of America)

Intel and Lightbits Labs announced an agreement to propel development of disaggregated storage solutions to solve the challenges of today’s data center operators. This strategic partnership includes technical co-engineering, go-to-market collaboration and an Intel Capital investment in Lightbits Labs.

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JCB

(---)

JCB has announced a hydrogen-fuelled piston engine that emits no CO2 and which it believes can help the transport industry achieve the UK government’s zero-emissions target quicker than any existing solutions.

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Jio

(India)

Reliance Jio is constructing the largest international submarine cable system centred on India with global partners

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Johnson Controls

(Ireland)

Johnson Controls new service offering suite based on OpenBlue technology will address customer needs including touchless environments, adaptable buildings, contact tracing, and sophisticated ventilation and sanitization systems. The suite has more than 20 uniquely tailored services across HVAC, Fire Protection and Security.

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Kadant

(United States of America)

Kadant, component manufacturer for process industry acquires industrial automation system integrator, Cogent.

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Kalyani

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Indian-Israeli JV Kalyani Rafael Advanced Systems keen for R&D facility in Hyderabad.

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Kama

(India)

KAMA TYRES and Siemens are implementing a project to expand the logistics system at the Nizhnekamsk Truck Tyre Factory. MES system will be expanded.

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KDDI

(Japan)

Ericsson sets up Japan's first multi-operator RAN with KDDI and SoftBank

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Keurig

(United States of America)

Google Cloud implements multi-year digital transformation initiative with Keurig Dr Pepper. The $11 billion beverage giant selects Google Cloud to migrate on-premise data workloads to the cloud, driving operational efficiencies and IT infrastructure scalability

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Kodak

(United States of America)

Camera maker Kodak dives into drug manufacturing (API) with $765M federal loan. Kodak will repurpose existing facilities in New York and Minnesota to incorporate continuous manufacturing and advanced technology capabilities.

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Komatsu

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Honda and Komatsu Announce the Start of Joint Development of Micro Excavators Powered by Swappable Batteries

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Kone

(Finland)

KONE sets ambitious greenhouse gas reduction targets and pledges to have carbon neutral operations by 2030.

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Kubota

(Japan)

Japan’s Kubota Tractor starts manufacturing in India with MU4501 45 HP. Good for local manufacturing in India.

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L3Harris

(United States of America)

L3Harris, one of the largest defense contractors in the world, has selected Kinaxis RapidResponse to support strategic and tactical decision-making across its supply chains. Kinaxis will help L3Harris enable collaboration with internal stakeholders as well as customers and suppliers on sales and operation trade-offs, engineering changes and supply chain disruptions – all critical to meeting targets.

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LafargeHolcim

(---)

GE Renewable Energy and LafargeHolcim team up for a more circular wind industry

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Lawson

(Japan)

NEC and Lawson begin Proof of Concept of store using digital technologies in Indonesia. In this PoC, NEC’s systems and knowledge of store operations, such as visual analysis technology and sensing technology, will be used to visualize store operations, customer purchasing trends, and the power consumption of store equipment.

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LEGO

(Denmark)

Lego debuts new sets for the young at heart featuring Marilyn Monroe, The Beatles, Star Wars and Iron Man. Lego for adults. Interesting way to expand the category by the LEGO Group.

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Lenovo

(Hong Kong)

Schneider Electric extends strategic partnerships with AVEVA, Lenovo and Stratus to enable IT/OT Convergence. One the pillar is reference design with partners. the advantage of reference design is ability to pre-configure technology platforms and devices before shipment increases deployment speed and can reduce field engineering costs by 25-40%, increase order processing speed by 20%, and reduce maintenance costs by 7%.

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LG Chem

(South Korea)

General Motors Ultium Battery Factory ( JV with LG Chem ) is coming up in Ohio. It will reduce cost of EV battery from $145/kWh to $100/kWh.

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LG Electronics

(South Korea)

LG Electronics is considering building a new R&D center in Vietnam. In 2014, LG set up a plant in Haipong, northern Vietnam, which produces home appliances, smartphones and in-vehicle infotainment components.

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LG Uplus

(---)

Nokia to deploy indoor 5G small cells solutions with LG Uplus in South Korea

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Liberty

(---)

Liberty Latin America to acquire Telefonica Costa Rica.

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Lockheed

(United States of America)

Lockheet Martin to build 10 small satellite mesh network in two years. Space development agency (SDA) awarded $187.5 million contract.

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Loram

(---)

Loram Technologies is to build a $17m research and development centre in Georgetown, Texas. The railway maintenance and services company expects to employ 310 people at the site, including 150 new positions.

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Lotus

(---)

Lotus announces a new advanced technology center at the University of Warwick’s Wellesbourne campus. The facility will house 130 engineers as the firm formalizes a new partnership with WMG.

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LS Electric

(South Korea)

LS ELECTRIC, one of South Korea’s biggest providers of electric power equipment and automation solutions, and Nokia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on creating intelligent and analytics-based platforms to evaluate the performance of utility assets. This platform will allow LS ELECTRIC’s customers to proactively manage mission-critical asset performance by identifying root causes and adapting to changing conditions in order to better maintain or replace assets quickly and efficiently.

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LVMH

(France)

LVMH says $16.2 billion takeover of Tiffany can’t go ahead.

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Lyft

(---)

US taxi service Lyft to open R&D center in Kyiv.Lyft’s R&D center in Kyiv will focus on improving online maps that the company’s users need to navigate in nearly 700 cities across the U.S. and Canada.

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Lynk

(---)

Semcon has been trusted to develop all training for the European workshop network in its preparation for the European launch of the 01 car model. Semcon is collaborating with Lynk & Co to provide the technicians with the digital training material needed to acquire the knowledge they need on the new product, the unique Lynk & Co processes and tools.

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Maclean

(United States of America)

Maclean Engineering has developed underground R&D center in Sudbury, Canada and it is using it to test mining equipments.

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Maersk

(Denmark)

A.P. Moller – Maersk to acquire KGH Custom Service for $279 million. Custom clearance is becoming differentiation in logistics.

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Magna

(Canada)

Magna has signed an agreement to acquire majority ownership of Honglizhixin (HLZX), a leading seat supplier to Chinese automakers. It will strengthen Magna’s competitiveness through increased vertical integration, additional 10 manufacturing sites, and full engineering and testing. The majority of HLZX’s plants are also vertically integrated with just-in-time seat assembly and delivery, structures, foam, and trim capabilities that enable an optimal sourcing solution for automakers versus sourcing from multiple suppliers.

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Magyar

(---)

Hungary’s Magyar Telekom Selects Amdocs to Modernize its Business Support Systems

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MAHLE

(---)

MAHLE launches its new Electronics and Mechatronics Development Center in the city of Changshu in China

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Maire Tecnimont

(---)

AVEVA and Maire Tecnimont Group Strategically Partner to Take Industrial Digital Transformation to the Next Level

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Marelli

(Japan)

MARELLI and Highly announce the creation of new joint venture “Highly Marelli.” Through synergies and targeted investment in electrification for HVAC and EDC systems, the new JV will create a new leading player that is well placed to access the growing Chinese market. The sales revenue of the business unit in 2019 was US$ 857 million.

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Mars

(---)

Mars and Microsoft work together to accelerate Mars’ digital transformation and reimagine business operations, Associate experience and consumer engagement

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Maruti

(India)

Maruti Suzuki India recorded total sales of 108,064 units in July 2020. A growth of 88.2% over June 2020. A fall of 1.1% over July 2019. A relief and hope for turn around of automotive sector.

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Maurices

(United States of America)

Maurices partners with TCS to build greenfield IT ecosystem for its growth and transformation. TCS will help maurices build a brand-new data analytics platform with extensive reporting features. The project will also involve a refreshed, upgraded ecommerce platform that will facilitate quicker business decisions and faster go-to-market responses to industry or fashion trends.

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Mazda

(Japan)

Mazda Toyota Manufacturing, the new joint-venture between the two auto companies, on Thursday announced an additional $830 million investment in its new Alabama plant.

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McDonald

(---)

McDonald's is testing automated drive-thru ordering leveraging AI at 10 Chicago restaurants. The technology is about 85% accurate and can take 80% of orders. Pilots are promising but scalability from 10 restaurants in Chicago to 14,000 restaurants across the U.S will be something to watchout for!

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MediaTek

(Taiwan)

Amazon made the silicon module with MediaTek . Its AZ1 Neural Edge processor will make Alexa voice commands even faster.

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Medtronic

(Ireland)

Medtronic plans a new decentralized operating model where individual business units will have full control of P&L, sales, R&D. This could save up to $475M of annual cost savings.

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Meggitt

(United Kingdom)

Meggitt has secured a contract with MODEC for the supply of Printed Circuit Heat Exchangers (PCHEs) to the Bacalhau Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. MODEC’s Bacalhau vessel will be the largest FPSO ever delivered to Brazil with a topside designed to produce up to 220,000 barrels of crude oil per day. PCHE technology in gas compression and gas injection processes enables superior performance at a fraction of the size and weight of other heat exchanger solutions, providing increased efficiency, flexibility and lower operating costs.

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Mercedes

(---)

Amazon is buying 1,800 electric delivery vans from Daimler AG’s Mercedes-Benz, the retailer’s biggest commitment to date to cut the carbon footprint of its delivery operations in Europe.

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Merck

(United States of America)

Merck KGaA opens R&D center at Darmstadt.

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Microsoft

(United States of America)

PepsiCo and Microsoft announced a five-year partnership that establishes Microsoft as a preferred cloud provider.

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Mitsubishi

(Japan)

A demonstration project at the Asahi Breweries to generate power from fuel cells utilizing bio-methane gas (“biogas”) derived from the brewery’s wastewater, which will establish a new model for reducing CO2 emissions. Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, (MHPS) has provided its MEGAMIE solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system for the project.

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Mobis

(South Korea)

Hyundai Mobis to setup EV Module Production Center in Pyeongtaek. Company’s first such plant in Seoul metropolitan area will supply automotive parts, to be supplied for the production of 150,000 EV units.

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MODEC

(Japan)

Meggitt has secured a contract with MODEC for the supply of Printed Circuit Heat Exchangers (PCHEs) to the Bacalhau Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. MODEC’s Bacalhau vessel will be the largest FPSO ever delivered to Brazil with a topside designed to produce up to 220,000 barrels of crude oil per day. PCHE technology in gas compression and gas injection processes enables superior performance at a fraction of the size and weight of other heat exchanger solutions, providing increased efficiency, flexibility and lower operating costs.

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Moderna

(---)

Medidata supports Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials with Rave Clinical Cloud Platform.

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Modoul

(---)

Virtusa and Modjoul, a software services company announced the development and delivery of the Modjoul Health Platform to help people to get back to work safely.?It is a cloud-based application for employee screening that uses a mobile application or a wearable device for contact tracing and social distancing. One organization already using the Modjoul Health Platform is Table 301 Restaurant Group, which operates 10 restaurants and food trucks.

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Molnlycke

(---)

Mölnlycke Selects Kinaxis to Transform its Medical Solutions Supply Chain

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Moog

(United States of America)

Moog Inc. Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

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Movistar

(Spain)

Nokia IMPACT software helps Telefónica’s Movistar Chile deploy advanced smartwatch services. Utilizing embedded-SIM (eSIM) technology, the solution allows Movistar to increase its capabilities to support new smartwatches and wearables with advanced features, including monitoring cardiac activity, as well as basic functions, such as messaging, calling and emailing without requiring users to carry a smartphone.

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MTN

(South Africa)

Ericsson 5G commercially live with MTN in South African cities.

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Mullen

(United States of America)

Mullen Technologies will begin build-out of its pilot manufacturing facility in California and start taking pre-orders of its MX-05 fully electric SUV.

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Navistar

(United States of America)

Navistar ?has bought a minority stake in?TuSimple?and aims to co-develop self-driving trucks.

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NCR

(---)

NCR brings contactless service to restaurant dining rooms. The solution allows restaurant guests to scan a QR code at the table to access the menu, place an order and pay all from the convenience of their own device. Loyalty members can also easily earn and redeem their rewards, and restaurants collect valuable data that can be used to deepen and personalize interactions with their guests.

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NEC

(Japan)

NEC and Lawson begin Proof of Concept of store using digital technologies in Indonesia. In this PoC, NEC’s systems and knowledge of store operations, such as visual analysis technology and sensing technology, will be used to visualize store operations, customer purchasing trends, and the power consumption of store equipment.

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NeoDynamics

(---)

NeoDynamics, focusing on breast cancer diagnostic, introduces next generation’s biopsy system in close collaboration with Etteplan

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Neste

(Finland)

Air Bp and Neste to offer increased volume of sustainable aviation ?fuel in Europe.

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Nestle

(Switzerland)

Nestlé has inaugurated its new R&D Accelerator to drive innovation of sustainable dairy products and plant-based dairy alternatives. This is located at Nestlé’s R&D centre in Konolfingen, Switzerland

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Net4Mobility

(---)

Nokia selected by Net4Mobility for 5G expansion in Sweden in 5-year deal

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Netflix

(United States of America)

Netflix enters e-commerce space with new online store to sell show-related merchandise

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Netzsch

(Germany)

Intive joins forces with the NETZSCH Group. The two companies will work on automating and optimizing the quality assurance of manufacturing processes at NETZSCH customers’ production facilities. intive engineers are responsible for building a state-of-the-art cloud environment that will form the foundation of a new AI-enhanced quality control system.

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Nidec

(Japan)

Nidec revs up EV motor growth with Chinese R&D center near Shanghai. It plans to boost R&D workforce from 170 to 250 to meet China demand.

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NIFON

(---)

NFON AG, a pan European provider of telephone systems on cloud, decides on Portugal as location for a new R&D center.

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Nikola

(United States of America)

A $2 billion deal between General Motors and Nikola. GM will take an 11% ownership stake in the Phoenix company and will engineer and build Nikola’s Badger hydrogen fuel cell and electric pickup truck.

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Nissan

(Japan)

Hitachi Automotive Systems announced that their ADAS ECU and high-definition map position unit capable of automatic map updates via OTA has been adopted in Nissan new model SKYLINE.

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Nitro Group

(---)

AFRY, signed a frame agreement to provide specialized multidisciplinary engineering and project coordination services to Grupo Nitro Group manufacturing facilities located in São Paulo State, Brazil.

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Nokia

(Finland)

Bureau Veritas (BV), in collaboration with Sembcorp Marine and Nokia, has completed a trial of remote surveys in Singapore as Covid-19 has severely disrupted traditional manned surveys. The checks included material verification, panel fit-up, as well as visual inspections of the sub-assembly block. The successful trial has paved the way for establishing a new class procedure for the remote inspection of vessels under construction.

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Norhvolt

(Sweden)

Scania makes further investment in Northvolt.

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Nueva Pescanova

(---)

IBM is working to trace Nueva Pescanova’s seafood products on the IBM Food Trust platform, a blockchain-based network designed to help ensure the traceability of products across the supply chain and supporting more sustainable oceans.

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Nvidia

(United States of America)

Continental has installed the fastest supercomputer in automotive industry for developing AI use cases. The new supercomputer consists of more than 50 networked “NVIDIA DGX” units. Also, about 20,000 of its 51,000 engineers are software experts. It also has 900 AI experts.

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NXP

(Netherlands)

NXP Semiconductors announced that the first multi-device vehicle wireless charging solution driven by a single MWCT controller is now available in production vehicles. The new solution helps carmakers offer a differentiated in-car experience to their customers by enabling the passenger and driver to simultaneously charge wirelessly through one console. The use of a single MWCT device in the vehicle enables carmakers to benefit from a reduced cost and physical footprint for device charging. Based the Qi standard, it supports all Qi enabled phones, including iPhone, Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi and others.

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O2

(---)

O2 Slovakia selects Ericsson as commercial 5G partner

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OnePlus

(China)

OnePlus has permanently disabled?a feature on its new mobile that gave its camera X-ray vision. The OnePlus 8 Pro’s infrared “Photochrom” lens could see through certain plastics and clothes according to user reports.

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Ooredoo

(Qatar)

Nokia boosts Ooredoo Kuwait home internet service with 5G Fixed Wireless Access

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OPPO

(China)

OPPO has selected Thales eSIM solutions for its OPPO Watch, the brand’s first smartwatch series with built-in cellular connectivity.

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Optus

(Australia)

Nokia and Optus demonstrate 10 Gbps from a live 5G site

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Oracle

(United States of America)

Nissan moves to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for High-Performance Computing. I plans to migrate computational fluid dynamics, structural mechanics simulation, and 3D visualization to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to bring new cars to market faster. Will more auto enterprises move simulation workload to cloud?

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Orange

(---)

Orange and Google Cloud announced a strategic partnership to accelerate the transformation of Orange’s IT infrastructure and the development of future cloud services, in particular edge computing. The collaboration will also pave the way for the development of new advanced cloud, edge computing and cybersecurity services that will open up business opportunities for both Google Cloud and Orange.

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Orsted

(Denmark)

Atos has been selected by Ørsted, a global leader in offshore wind to implement mission-critical communications solutions for a fast, secure system to aid Ørsted in its goal of delivering clean, reliable energy for the environment and local East coast communities in the United States.

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Otis

(United States of America)

Otis China opened its new escalator factory, which meets Industry 4.0 standards. The manufacturing facility incorporates intelligent manufacturing and advanced automation including real-time quality management that enhance product quality and operational efficiency.

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Otto

(United States of America)

Otto Aviation aims to disrupt the aviation landscape with a design that flies at jet speeds, but uses a fraction of the gas, and has more range. Disruption in private, business jet market!

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Oway

(---)

Virtusa announced the successful completion of a Google cloud migration that reduced expenses by 20% for Oway Group, a leading Myanmar-based travel and ride-hailing startup.

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P&G

(United States of America)

Google Cloud helps power more personalized experience for Procter & Gamble consumers.

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Palo Alto

(United States of America)

Palo Alto Networks to buy digital forensics firm The Crypsis Group for $265 Million.

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Panasonic

(Japan)

Panasonic develops industry’s first sensor enabling real-time simultaneous measurement of the flow rate and concentration of hydrogen under a highly humid environment.

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Paytm

(---)

Paytm Money opens new R&D centre in Pune. It plans to hire over 250 engineers and data scientists to build new wealth products and services.

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Pepsi

(United States of America)

PepsiCo and Microsoft announced a five-year partnership that establishes Microsoft as a preferred cloud provider.

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Petrofac

(United States of America)

A $100 Million Bp deal goes to Petrofac – SOCAR JV for HR processes including payroll and training.

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Petronas

(Malaysia)

Petronas Chemicals has acquired a 50% stake in Germany’s PCC SE’s Malaysian unit, PCC Oxyalkylates marking its entry into the growing oxyalkylates market.

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PEXA

(---)

PEXA partners with ThoughtWorks to take its digital property exchange platform global

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Philips

(Netherlands)

Philips announces new imaging and workflow enhancements for KODEX-EPD cardiac imaging and mapping system to treat heart rhythm disorders. New release combines faster, higher resolution imaging for Medtronic cryoablation procedures.

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Phillips 66

(United States of America)

Accenture?and AT&T are working with Phillips 66 to develop industrial cellular wireless connectivity, with the development of a private cellular network solution. The solution will lay the foundation for potential future 5G use cases, including support for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and low latency applications.

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PLDT

(Philippines)

Amdocs will fully automate PLDT’s operations by modernizing and consolidating its operational support systems (OSS) across consumer and enterprise service offerings.

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Powercell

(Sweden)

Semcon has been engaged by Powercell to develop and deploy an entirely new robotic cell for testing new fuel cell production technology with the aim of making the fuel cells more efficient. Semcon will be using advanced vision technology to ensure that the assembly has the accuracy required and to assure the quality of the fuel cell after the assembly process. The robotic cell will also have full traceability through QR codes.

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PPG

(---)

PPG Opens China Application Innovation Center in Zhangjiagang

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ProRail

(---)

Nokia selected by ProRail for 10-year managed services contract

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PSA

(---)

FCA and?Groupe PSA?merge to form new automotive brand Stellantis.

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Pure Storage

(United States of America)

Pure Storage acquires data service platform Portworx for $370 Million.

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Q Cells

(---)

Q Cells to invest EUR 15.5m more in solar R&D at its R&D centre in Thalheim, Germany for the next-generation photovoltaic (PV) technology it is developing

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Qorvo

(United States of America)

Qorvo brings R&D centre to Cork focused on ultrawide-band (UWB) product research and innovation.100 engineering jobs for Ireland by this semicodnuctor firm.

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Qualcomm

(United States of America)

Veoneer and Qualcomm to power next generation ADAS and Autonomous Driving Systems.

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Rackspace

(United States of America)

Rackspace Technology?preps IPO. It went private in 2016 for $4 3 billion.

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Rafael

(Israel)

Indian-Israeli JV Kalyani Rafael Advanced Systems keen for R&D facility in Hyderabad.

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Rakuten

(Japan)

Rakuten is shutting down its US marketplace Buy.Com. Trend: Enterprises will rebook at their nonperforming digital initiatives. Earlier Walmart closed Jet.com

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Raytheon

(United States of America)

Raytheon sheds 8,000 aerospace jobs amid collapse in air travel.

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Realeyes

(United Kingdom)

NEC and Realeyes will jointly develop and distribute emotion analysis solutions globally. The use case include predictive analytics and live measurement of attention and emotion response within streaming and mobile applications.

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Reifenhauser

(---)

German machinery maker Reifenhäuser Group has acquired a majority stake in air cooling ring specialist Kdesign GmbH.

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Reliance

(India)

Loyal Textiles Mills has collaborated with Reliance Industries and HeiQ from Switzerland to launch the world’s first reusable personal protective equipment (PPE) with triple viral shield technology.

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Renault

(France)

Google Cloud?wins?Groupe Renault?cloud deal.

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REWE

(Germany)

REWE International, leading Austrian food retail and drugstore chain to expand its Blue Yonder footprint across key stores in Europe to automate space and floor planning.

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Rheem

(United States of America)

Rheem, a leading HVAC manufacturer opens R&D center in Chengdu China. The company will strengthen local products design and manufacturing in China. Through product innovation, Rheem China will pursue market segments including combi boilers, residential heat pumps, and commercial water heaters.

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RHI

(---)

RHI Magnesita will develop India as its manufacturing, R&D, technical excellence and supply chain hub for the South Asia, West Asia and Africa markets. It will set up a regional R&D center at Bhiwadi, Rajasthan. An integrated regional Commercial, Supply Chain Management and Market Intelligence center would be functional at Gurugram. Additionally a regional shared service center would be set up in India by next year.

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Ripple Street

(---)

Ripple Street Launches India R&D center in Bengaluru. It will drive rapid innovation surrounding AI/ML, Microservices, and the mobile space

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Rolls Royce

(United Kingdom)

Boeing, Honeywell and Rolls-Royce Deutschland partner to service H-47 Chinook Engines.

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Rostelecom

(---)

Rostelecom launches R&D centre for development of software for local processors

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S&T

(---)

Austrian IT and telecom service provider S&T acquires the Slovenian telecoms equipment maker?Iskratel in a deal worth EUR 37.5 million. Iskratel had revenue of EUR 115 million last year.

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Saab

(Sweden)

Saab and Varjo Bring Virtual Reality to Flight Simulators

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Safran

(France)

Safran Landing gear technology reduces noise by 20% in Boeing 2020 ecoDemonstrator flight.

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Salesforce

(United States of America)

Salesforce will hire 12000 employees this year.

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Samsung

(South Korea)

Samsung has developed a control system for high-tech limb prostheses using the Galaxy Watch.

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Samsung Heavy

(---)

Samsung Heavy Industries, one of three Korean shipyard majors, has become the first company to operate an LNG production, storage and delivery technology pilot test plant for shipbuilding and offshore business. It has also openeed R&D center which will lead do research on natural gas liquefaction and re-liquefaction process; gas engine and fueling system; cryogenic insulation storage container; regasification and cold power generation; and localization of LNG –related equipment.

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Sanden

(Japan)

Sanden has introduced PLM system that centrally manages the company’s design and manufacturing processes globally. Argo Graphics supported construction and operations of the new system with 3DEXPERIENCE platform for managing CAD applications. NEC supported construction and operations of the new system with its Obbligato product lifecycle management system, which manages BOMs.

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Sandvik

(Sweden)

Sandvik picks Nokia 5G networking gear to automate underground mining. 5G network will be used for two purposes: enabling deployment of reliable voice and video equipment in these highly challenging environments, and managing remote operation of machines deep underground from a surface control center. Initially, the machines will be guided using 4K video links, but in the future, robotic and fully autonomous operations will be possible.

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Sap

(Germany)

Accenture and SAP Co-Develop Intelligent Asset Management Solutions to Maximize Equipment Performance and Output

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Sappi

(---)

ABB awarded collaborative MES agreement, supporting Sappi’s digital transformation across its entire production fleet

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Scania

(Sweden)

Axfood partners with Scania in transitioning to sustainable transport

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Schaeffler

(Germany)

Schaeffler will cut 4,400 jobs and close or sell several German plants. Trend: Auto enterprises restructuring to survive in low demand environment

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Schindler

(Switzerland)

Schindler has been selected to deliver and install 134 elevators for 16 new stations and 21 ancillary facilities of the Grand Paris Express.

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Schlumberger

(United States of America)

Schlumberger, IBM and Red Hat announce major Hybrid Cloud collaboration for the energy industry.

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SEAT

(Spain)

SEAT increases its commitment to component companies located in Spain to reinforce the supply chain and promote sustainability.

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SES

(Luxembourg)

Boeing has received a contract to build four additional 702X satellites from SES as the leading global content connectivity provider increases the number of O3b mPOWER satellites in its Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) to 11.

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Shell

(Netherlands)

Shell and Microsoft form alliance to help address carbon emissions. Shell will supply renewable energy to Microsoft. Microsoft will supply its cloud, AI and other digital solutions to Shell and also work with Shell to develop sustainable solutions for Shell’s supply chain.

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Shiseido

(---)

Accenture and Shiseido Establish Joint Venture to Accelerate Shiseido’s Digital Transformation

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Siemens

(Germany)

Siemens makes first industrial 5G router available

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Siemens Energy

(Germany)

Combitech signed a collaborative agreement with Siemens Energy regarding 3D printing for the manufacturing industries. Working together, the companies can assist with the entire chain, from design to development expertise for mass production.

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Siemens Healthineers

(Germany)

Mega consolidation in medical device industry. Siemens Healthineers to acquire Varian Medical Systems for $16.4 billion.

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Sierra

(United States of America)

Sierra Wireless is divesting its China-based automotive embedded module product line for US$165 million. This cash will allow it to expand its R&D centre in Richmond and invest in 5G, IoT. Trend: Generate cash by divesting legacy technology and invest in emerging technology R&D.

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Signify

(Netherlands)

Signify and EDZCOM, the Nordic market leader in Edge Connectivity, will join forces to introduce Trulifi by Signify, two-way wireless network connectivity through infrared and visible light, into industrial applications. The partnership will apply to Signify’s LiFi solutions, branded Trulifi, in the manufacturing industries.

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SITA

(Switzerland)

NEC and SITA announced a global partnership to develop market-leading solutions that enable a secure walk-through travel experience at airports, leveraging NEC’s I:Delight identity management platform together with SITA Smart Path and SITA Flex. The partnership will leverage SITA’s common-use footprint in more than 460 airports globally.

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SK Innovation

(---)

Ford and SK Innovation announced a joint venture – to be called BlueOvalSK – to produce approximately 60 GWh annually in traction battery cells and array modules,

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Skoda

(Czechia)

ŠKODA AUTO has taken another step forward in implementing Industry 4.0 principles at its Vrchlabí component plant: new parts for the CNC processing lines are ordered automatically. They are then transported to the CNC machines by robots guided by IoT. Thanks to this system, the CNC machines are able to be supplied with more than 50,000 parts per day. And the costs of this automated process are expected to be covered in less than three years.

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Skoda Transtech

(Finland)

Citec completed premium interior engineering solutions for Skoda Transtech trams being build for the Tampere Tramline.

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SkyDrive

(Japan)

Japanese firm SkyDrive conducted a successful test flight of their flying car in development at Toyota‘s test center in Japan.

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Snocks

(---)

Descartes Systems Group announced that Germany’s SNOCKS, a lifestyle brand offering premium sneaker socks, clothes and accessories, has doubled its ecommerce fulfillment productivity and scaled for peak promotions using the Descartes Ecommerce Warehouse Management Solution (WMS).

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Sony

(Japan)

Sony invests $250 million in Fortnite creator Epic Games.

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Spirit

(United States of America)

Spirit AeroSystems Named Exclusive Nacelle Provider for Rolls-Royce Pearl 10X Engine

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Sqream

(Israel)

Israeli data warehousing firm SQream wins $20 million deal from a telco to provide better quality of service. SQream specializes in database for higher workloads for telcos and uses Nvidia GPUs.

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ST Microelectronics

(Switzerland)

ST Microelectronics announced two separate deals, one to acquire ultra-wideband (UWB) technology specialist BeSpoon and the other to buy the assets of Riot Micro, which was developing cellular Internet of things (IoT) connectivity. With the acquisitions, ST aims to strengthen its wireless connectivity capabilities, especially in support of its STM32 microcontrollers and secure MCUs.

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St1

(Finland)

St1 a Nordic gas station retailer chose HiQ to support St1’s mobile applications in all Nordic countries. St1 offers its customers comprehensive mobile services through mobile applications, incl. mobile payment, mobile refueling, country-specific loyalty benefits and credit card services.

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Stavitti

(---)

Stavatti Aerospace plans to create an aircraft research, design and prototyping facility for both commercial and military clients in Niagara County.

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Sumitomo

(---)

Accenture and Sumitomo Chemical have established a joint venture SUMIKA DX ACCENT, which will leverage the power of AI, data analytics and other technologies to transform supply chain operations and create new businesses. It is 80% owned by Sumitomo Chemical and 20% by Accenture.

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Symega

(India)

Symega Food Ingredients, a food ingredients manufacturer has automated business operations with Infor PLM (Optiva). With the help of the Infor solution, Symega was able to unify dispersed data and complex business processes across multiple functional groups in the organization. It helped in significantly reducing product development cycle time, while ensuring regulatory compliance standards are met.

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Synthomer

(---)

Synthomer opens R&D center in Malaysia

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Tata Motors

(India)

Tata Motors bags Indian Oil order for 15 hydrogen fuel cell buses

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Tata Steel

(India)

Tata Steel is embracing Industry 4.0 and targeting $2 Billion EBITDA improvement. Projects include Cloud, AI, Analytics, IoT, Digital Procurement among others.

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TDC

(Denmark)

5G industrial pilot from Grundfos, TDC NET and Ericsson

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Teamviewer

(---)

TeamViewer has chosen Porto to install the new R&D center which will work in the areas of AR, IoT.

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Teladoc

(United States of America)

Teladoc Health reaches agreement to buy Livongo in a $18.5 billion deal. The combined entity will bring $1.3 billion revenue this year.

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Tele2

(---)

Tele2 in Russia deploys 25,000 5G-ready Ericsson base stations.

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Telefonica

(Spain)

Telefónica has ventured into the cybersecurity training market by buying iHackLabs.

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Telstra

(Australia)

Telstra has selected Microsoft as a strategic partner in the design and build of a scalable and unified IoT platform leveraging Azure IoT that enables Telstra to simplify operations and significantly reduce time to market. Telstra is partnering with Microsoft to build a digital twin across its own commercial buildings.

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Temasek

(Singapore)

Bayer and Temasek unveil innovative new company, Unfold, focused on developing breakthroughs in vertical farming. It will focus on innovation in vegetable varieties with the goal of lifting the vertical farming space to the next level of quality, efficiency and sustainability.

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Tenneco

(United States of America)

LTTS is selected for engineering services and PLM services by Tenneco DRiV original equipment (OE) Ride Control business group.

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Tesla

(United States of America)

Benefit of Tesla‘s vertical integration made possible by incredible engineering. 1. Range Increase. 2. $/ KWH Reduction. 3. Investment Per GWH Reduction

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Texelis

(---)

Texelis Deploys Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Platform to Digitally Develop Its Heavy-Duty Vehicles

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Thales

(France)

China Eastern Airlines has selected to retrofit its 203 B737 aircraft with the Thales/ACSS NXT-800 DO-260B compliant transponders to meet the requirements of the CAAC ADS-B Out mandate.

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Thyssenkrupp

(Germany)

thyssenkrupp commences operational realignment of automotive system engineering and this will be split into two independent companies for body and powertrain.

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TI

(---)

Texas Instruments announced a new custom version of the PSpice simulator from Cadence that enables engineers to simulate complex analog circuits with unlimited analysis of TI power and signal-chain products.

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TIM

(---)

TIM has opened an OTIC – or Open Test and Integration Centre – Lab, which it will use to test new solutions and, it claims, accelerate the deployment of OpenRAN technology in Europe.

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TINE

(---)

TINE dairy at Storsteinnes is doing a major upgrade of its premises. The upgrade is estimated to MNOK 181. AFRY has signed the contract to upgrade the process solution at the new cheese production line.

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Toshiba

(Japan)

Toshiba is officially out of the laptop business.

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Total

(France)

Indian Oil and Total to jointly produce Bitumen derivatives.

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Toyota

(Japan)

BASF and Toyota collaborate for light weighting success on 2021 Sienna, which features first-of-its-kind third row free-standing seatbacks. BASF polymer solution results in 30% weight reduction and 15% cost savings vs prior generation.

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TPG Telecom

(---)

Nokia and TPG Telecom launch world’s first live 5G standalone 700MHz service in Australia

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TRATON

(Germany)

The TRATON GROUP and TuSimple Agreed on Global Partnership for Autonomous Trucks.

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TRISA

(Switzerland)

TRISA AG from Triengen, Switzerland, one of the global leading providers of products for oral care, hair care and beauty care, decided to implement the Manufacturing Execution Systems ZEISS GUARDUS.

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Trivium

(---)

Trivium Packaging, a global leader in metal packaging, has selected Lighthouse’s Shopfloor-Online manufacturing execution system (MES) for the Company’s North American manufacturing operations in Roanoke, Virginia. The expected benefits of Shopfloor-Online to the Roanoke plant is to have one place for all Quality related data.

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TRUE

(---)

Nokia and Thailand’s True Group prepare Eastern Economic Corridor for 5G.

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TSMC

(Taiwan)

Ansys achieved certification of its multiphysics signoff solution for TSMC‘s most advanced 3nm process technology. This enables mutual customers to satisfy key power, thermal and reliability requirements for the world’s largest AI/ML, 5G, HPC, networking and autonomous vehicle chips.

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Twilio

(United States of America)

Twilio ?acquires?Electric Imp to boost its IoT platform stack. Their focus is IoT platform for niche use cases which have low volume but high complexity.

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Tynor

(---)

Tynor has planned to set up India’s first R&D Center in Orthopedic Appliances, Fracture Aids, Walking Aids, Compression Garments, and Footcare Products.

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U Shin

(---)

U-Shin, a global company of Japanese origin, specializing in vehicle access systems and control panels, has selected Andea as its strategic partner to provide support services for its barcoding solution deployed on top of the Dassault DELMIA Apriso MES platform.?

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Uber

(United States of America)

General Motors is teaming up with Uber to help accelerate the rideshare industry’s transition to an all-electric, zero-emissions future by offering drivers on Uber’s platform special pricing on the purchase of a new electric vehicle and charging accessories.

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Umicore

(Belgium)

Umicore SA, a global major in the cathode materials sector that is based in Belgium, will invest $30 million to build its largest research and development center in Asia in South Korea’s Cheonan, South Chuncheong Province. It will be the largest in size ever built by the Belgian company in Asia.

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Unilever

(United Kingdom)

Google Cloud and Unilever will collaborate on the first commercial application of Google Cloud and Google Earth Engine for sustainable commodity sourcing. By combining the power of cloud computing with satellite imagery and AI, the two companies are building a more holistic view of the forests, water cycles, and biodiversity that intersect Unilever’s supply chain—raising sustainable sourcing standards for suppliers

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Universal

(United States of America)

Universal Filmed Entertainment Group and Microsoft Azure announce partnership to accelerate live-action and animation productions. Companies will bring together cloud and production expertise to create production asset platform for Universal and DreamWorks Animation films.

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UPL

(---)

United Phosphorus (UPL) opens new R&D center in North Carolina. The center will focus on new developments in fungicides, insecticides, herbicides and crop establishment.

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Ushin

(---)

U-Shin, a global company of Japanese origin, specializing in vehicle access systems and control panels, has selected Andea as its strategic partner to provide support services for its barcoding solution deployed on top of the Dassault DELMIA Apriso MES platform.?

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V Guard

(India)

V-Guard Industries looking at Industry 4.0 including predictive maintenance, AI, MES at its nine plants in India.

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Vale

(Brazil)

Nokia and Vivo to provide private LTE wireless services to Vale mining Industry 4.0 project in Brazil.

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Valmont

(---)

Israeli agtech company Prospera that develops computer vision technologies to monitor and predict plant health and development is acquired by US manufacturing company Valmont Industries, a maker of linear irrigation equipment and windmill support structures, for approximately $300 million.

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Van Oord

(---)

Van Oord and Ansys Accelerate the Design of Highly Sustainable Offshore Wind Turbines

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Veoneer

(Sweden)

Veoneer and Qualcomm to power next generation ADAS and Autonomous Driving Systems.

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Verizon

(United States of America)

Verizon has joined forces with Microsoft Azure for IoT. Cognizant is using this platform for developing an IoT application for the management and use of cold storage used in the shipping of food and pharmaceuticals.

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Vertiv

(United States of America)

A 72 hour power backup rule at mobile towers in California is a good growth driver for telecom power system firms including Vertiv, Delta Electronics, ABB.

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Vestre

(Norway)

World’s most sustainable furniture factory in Norway by Vestre. Combining front end of selling and back end of manufacturing in a fully inspectable factory in middle of forest where customers and employees go on hiking. Add Industry 4.0 for efficiency, productivity, flexibility and renewable energy for sustainability. Is this future of manufacturing?

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Viant

(---)

Kinaxis Transforming Viant's Supply Chain for Growth Initiatives

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Viavi

(---)

TCS is working with VIAVI Solutions to launch new test solutions that address the industry’s need for comprehensive testing of next generation disaggregated 5G Open RAN products.

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Vinfast

(Vietnam)

Vinfast buys GM Holden’s Lang Lang Testing Centre in Melbourne.

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Violet

(---)

Violet Power intends to disrupt the PV industry a solar panel warranty of 50 years, more than three times the average in the industry, today.

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Vistin

(Norway)

AFRY enables Vistin Pharma to double the production capacity of diabetes medicine. The capacity will be increased by expanding the production process with a parallel line, and by optimising some parts of the factory. AFRY is responsible for project management, process design, automation, pipe construction, validation, quality assurance, assembly, installation and commissioning.

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Vivo

(China)

Nokia and Vivo to provide private LTE wireless services to Vale mining Industry 4.0 project in Brazil.

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Vmware

(United States of America)

VMware Cuts Pay for Remote Workers Fleeing Silicon Valley

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Vodafone

(United Kingdom)

Vodafone and Google Cloud to Develop Industry-First Global Data Platform

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Volkawagen

(Germany)

Volkswagen and Uber launch pilot project with electric vehicles in Berlin.

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Volkswagen

(---)

Daimler AG, BASF, Fairphone and Volkswagen Group start partnership for sustainable Lithium mining in Chile

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Vollmer

(Germany)

Vollmer has launched Visual Support service.It is based on the Oculavis SHARE service solution and can be used on mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets or smart glasses.

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Volvo

(Sweden)

Volvo Cars successfully places first green bond and raises EUR 500m.

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Volvo Cars

(Sweden)

Volvo Cars has introduced a world-first premium air quality technology in its cars, allowing Volvo drivers to breathe clean and healthy air inside their cars and clean the air of their cabin ahead of their journey. The company’s new Advanced Air Cleaner technology comes with a sensor that measures PM 2.5 levels inside the cabin, creating a feature not available in any other car currently on the market.

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Wabtec

(United States of America)

BNSF and Wabtec prepare to test battery-electric locomotive. This is fitted with a lithium-ion energy storage unit with around 20 000 cells.

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Waggeryd

(---)

The pulp manufacturer Waggeryd Cell AB has selected AFRY’s digital software and system platform, “AFRY Pulse”, to increase productivity and efficiency at their mill locatd in Vaggeryd, Sweden.

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Walmart

(United States of America)

Indian-origin billionaire brothers are set to acquire a majority stake in the leading UK supermarket chain Asda from Walmart in $8.8 billion deal as part of consortium with PE firm TDR Capital.

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Wartsila

(Finland)

Wärtsilä is the first company to offer class-approved cloud-based simulation technology for training to the maritime industry. It successfully delivered its Cloud Simulation solution to Abu Dhabi Maritime Academy.

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Wartsilla

(---)

Wärtsilä announces the divestment of 100% of the shares in Wärtsilä JOVYATLAS GmbH to Jacob Waitz Industrie GmbH, a German based industry holding. JOVYATLAS has been manufacturing UPS systems, rectifiers, power inverters, frequency transformers and resistors with related services for many industries already for seven decades. The company became part of Wärtsilä as a result of the acquisition of L-3 Communications MSI in 2015. The company is located in Jemgum in Germany, and currently has some 125 employees. The annual revenues were EUR 20 million in 2019.

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Waymo

(---)

Waymo and FCA extend their self-driving technology collaboration. The next project is self driving cargo van.

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WDM

(---)

Esaote delivered and installed over 50 WDM M40-1A portable digital radiological devices when awarded contracts under public competitions held by Italy’s national healthcare system. WDM, is China’s biggest listed manufacturer of medical devices who purchased Esaote in 2018. International expansion strategy of Chinese Medical devices leader. Acquire company in Europe and through it get government tenders.

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Weather Group

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Weather Group Television, LLC Chooses intive as Its Strategic Digital Partner

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Webtec

(---)

Wabtec Corporation in collaboration with HP and Redington, inaugurated an Additive Manufacturing Center focused on accelerating the design and production of integrated 3D-printed components in India. This CoE builds upon Wabtec’s additive strategy to leverage 3D printing to design and prototype 25,000 production parts by 2025. Good news for 3D printing ecosystem in India.

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WEG

(Brazil)

The Brazilian motors and controls manufacturer WEG, a $3 billion firm, is acquiring a controlling stake (51%) in Mvisia, a Brazilian start-up that specializes in applying AI and computer vision systems for Industry 4.0

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Weichai

(China)

Bosch and Weichai Power havve successfully increased the efficiency of Weichai diesel engine for heavy commercial vehicles up to 50 percent, thus setting a new global benchmark. Currently, thermal efficiency for truck engines averages around 46 percent.

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Wilhelmsen

(Norway)

Thyssenkrupp and Wilhelmsen will collaborate on delivering maritime spare parts using 3D printing. Maritime fleets spend $13 billion USD per year on spare parts; with 50% of these vessels being older than 15 years, availability of parts are limited. This makes fulfillment of orders for maritime spare parts costly and complicated.

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WM Mator

(China)

WM Motor, a Chinese EV firm is setting up an R&D center in Chengdu with investment of $786 million.

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Worley

(Australia)

Worley has chosen solutions from Hexagon’s PPM division to enhance its project delivery portfolio.

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Yamaha

(Japan)

Formel D has been supporting Yamaha on the client’s premises in Manaus in northern Brazil with approximately 40 employees in the quality and supplier management divisions.

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Yandex

(Russia)

Yandex and Uber will spin off the self-driving car unit of their joint venture into a separate company. Yandex will invest $150 million in the new division getting control and 73% ownership of the company.

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Yokohama

(Japan)

Off-highway tyre-maker Alliance Tire Group (ATG), owned by Yokohama Group, is setting up its third plant in India in Visakhapatnam with an investment of USD 165 million. Globally off-highway segment is doing fine with two of its segments agriculture and forestry doing well while construction is down.

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ZF

(Germany)

Veoneer sells U.S. brake business to ZF Group for $1.

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Zoom

(---)

Oracle announced new integrations between Oracle Fusion Cloud Customer Experience (CX) and Zoom that will help sales, marketing, and customer service teams seamlessly incorporate video into existing processes and workflows in order to make every customer interaction better.

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360 Security Technology

(China)

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3M

(---)

3M to establish new R&D technical centre in Dublin with 100 people. It will work in digital, cloud, AI solution for healthcare market.

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(United States of America)

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58com

(China)

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(China)

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(Sweden)

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(Sweden)

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(Switzerland)

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(Switzerland)

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(Spain)

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(United States of America)

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(Spain)

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ACI WorldwideInc

(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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Acronis

(---)

Acronis Establishes New Cyber Protection R&D Center and Partner Enablement Office in Israel

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(United States of America)

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Actavis (Allergan )

(Ireland)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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Acuity Trading

(---)

Acuity Trading Launches R&D Hub in Barcelona. The centre is set to carry out dedicated research into machine learning and data sciences

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(United States of America)

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Adama (Makhteshim-Agan)

(---)

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(Ireland)

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(United Kingdom)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(Germany)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(Japan)

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(United States of America)

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(Singapore)

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(Japan)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(Belgium)

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(United States of America)

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(Kuwait)

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(United States of America)

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(Canada)

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(United States of America)

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(France)

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(United States of America)

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(United Kingdom)

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(Japan)

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(Japan)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(Norway)

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Akzo Nobel NV

(Netherlands)

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Alamy

(United Kingdom)

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Albany Molecular Research

(United States of America)

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Alcoa

(---)

Canadian Government announced a $20-million investment in ELYSIS, a joint venture launched in 2018 by Alcoa and Rio Tinto. ELYSIS facility in Alma, Quebec is working on the commercialization of the world's first zero-carbon aluminum smelting technology

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Alcon Laboratories

(Switzerland)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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Alibaba Group Holding

(China)

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(Ireland)

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(Ireland)

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(Ireland)

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(Germany)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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Alnylam Pharmaceuticals

(United States of America)

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Alphabet

(United States of America)

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Alphion

(United States of America)

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Alps Electric

(Japan)

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Altaba

(United States of America)

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Altria Group

(United States of America)

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Amadeus IT Group SA

(Spain)

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Ambarella

(United States of America)

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AMD

(United States of America)

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Amer Sports

(Finland)

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American Axle & Manufacturing(AAM)

(United States of America)

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American Express

(United States of America)

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American Megatrends

(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(Hong Kong)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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ams AG

(Austria)

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(Austria)

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(China)

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(Belgium)

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Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group Corp

(China)

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Anritsu

(Japan)

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Ansaldo STS/ Hitachi Rail STS

(Italy)

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Anton Paar

(Austria)

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ANZ

(Australia)

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AON Hewitt

(---)

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(United States of America)

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(Canada)

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AppDirect

(Canada)

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(United States of America)

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Applied Research Works

(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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Aptiv

(Ireland)

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(United Kingdom)

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Apttus

(United States of America)

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Arasan Chip Systems

(United States of America)

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ArcelorMittal

(Luxembourg)

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(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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Aris Global

(United States of America)

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Arista Networks

(United States of America)

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Aristocrat Leisure

(Australia)

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Arkema SA

(France)

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Array BioPharma

(United States of America)

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ARRIS International

(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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(Denmark)

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ASE Technology Holding

(---)

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Aselsan Elektronik Sanayi ve Ticaret Anonim Sirketi

(Turkey)

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Ashland

(United States of America)

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Aspect Software

(United States of America)

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ASSA ABLOY AB (publ)

(Sweden)

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Astellas Pharma

(Japan)

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AstraZeneca

(United Kingdom)

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ASUSTeK Computer

(Taiwan)

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athenahealth

(United States of America)

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Atlas Copco

(Sweden)

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Atlassian

(United Kingdom)

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AU Optronics Corp

(Taiwan)

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Aurigo

(United States of America)

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Autohome

(China)

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Autoliv

(Sweden)

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Automatic Data Processing

(United States of America)

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Avalara

(United States of America)

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Avantor

(United States of America)

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Avast

(Czech Republic)

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Avaya Systems

(Canada)

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Avery Dennison

(United States of America)

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Aveva

(United Kingdom)

Schneider Electric extends strategic partnerships with AVEVA, Lenovo and Stratus to enable IT/OT Convergence. One the pillar is reference design with partners. the advantage of reference design is ability to pre-configure technology platforms and devices before shipment increases deployment speed and can reduce field engineering costs by 25-40%, increase order processing speed by 20%, and reduce maintenance costs by 7%.

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AviChina Industry & Technology Company

(China)

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Avio SpA

(Italy)

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Avnet

(United States of America)

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AXA

(---)

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Axalta

(---)

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Axovant Sciences

(United Kingdom)

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B3 SA - Brasil Bolsa Balcão

(Brazil)

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BAIC Motor Corporation

(China)

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Baidu

(China)

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Baker Hughes

(United States of America)

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Banca Sella

(Italy)

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BANDAI NAMCO

(Japan)

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Bank of America

(---)

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Bank of New York Mellon

(United States of America)

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Baoshan Iron & Steel

(China)

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Barclays

(United Kingdom)

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Barco NV

(Belgium)

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Barracuda Networks

(United States of America)

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Barry Wehmiller International Resources

(United States of America)

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Bastian Solutions

(---)

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Basware

(Finland)

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Baumer

(Switzerland)

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(Canada)

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Baxter International

(United States of America)

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(---)

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BCD Travel

(Netherlands)

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Bechtel

(United States of America)

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Beckman Coulter

(United States of America)

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Becton Dickinson and Company

(United States of America)

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Behr Paints

(United States of America)

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BeiGene

(United Kingdom)

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Beiqi Foton Motor

(China)

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Bekaert

(Belgium)

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Belden

(United States of America)

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Bengang Steel Plates

(China)

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Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (India) Pvt

(Germany)

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Bharat Electronics

(India)

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Bharat Heavy Electricals

(India)

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Bio-Rad Laboratories

(United States of America)

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Biogen

(United States of America)

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BioMarin Pharmaceutical

(United States of America)

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bioMérieux SA

(France)

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Bizmatics India

(---)

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BlackBerry

(Canada)

PathPartner Joins BlackBerry QNX Channel Partner Program to Deliver Safety-Critical and Secure Software Solutions for Automotive Industry

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Blackboard

(---)

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BlackRock

(United States of America)

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Bloomberg

(United States of America)

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BloomEnergy

(United States of America)

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BloomReach

(United States of America)

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bluebird bio

(United States of America)

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Blueprint Medicines

(United States of America)

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BluJay Solutions

(United States of America)

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BMC Software

(United States of America)

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BNP Paribas

(France)

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BOE Technology Group Company

(China)

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Boehringer Ingelheim

(Germany)

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Bollore

(France)

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Bonfiglioli

(Italy)

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Boomerang Commerce NOW COMMERCE iq

(United States of America)

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Borg CO2

(---)

Borg CO2 selects Citec and COWI for CCS Concept Study and Technical Advisory Services

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BorgWarner

(United States of America)

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Borqs

(Canada)

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Bose

(---)

Bose gets into hearing aid business with new FDA-cleared SoundControl hearing aids

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Bostik

(United States of America)

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Brady

(---)

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Bravura Solutions

(---)

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Bridgestone

(Japan)

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Brilliance China Automotive Holdings

(Hong Kong)

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Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

(United States of America)

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British American Tobacco

(United Kingdom)

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British telecom

(---)

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Broadcom

(United States of America)

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Broadridge

(---)

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Brother Industries

(Japan)

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BRP

(Canada)

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Bruker

(United States of America)

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Brunswick

(United States of America)

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BSH Hausgeräte

(Germany)

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Bucher Industries AG

(Switzerland)

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Bunge

(United States of America)

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Burelle SA

(France)

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BYD Company

(China)

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CA

(United States of America)

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Cadence Design Systems

(United States of America)

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Calix

(United States of America)

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Cambium Networks

(---)

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Capcom

(Japan)

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Capital One

(United States of America)

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Cargotec

(Finland)

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Carl Zeiss Meditec AG

(Germany)

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Carraro Group

(Italy)

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CAST Software India

(United States of America)

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Caterpillar

(United States of America)

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CDK Global

(United States of America)

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CDM Smith

(United States of America)

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Celgene

(United States of America)

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Cellolosa Arauco

(---)

AFRY provided expertise in Arauco’s Licancel pulp mill project, which targeted to enable the expansion of water reuse in the pulp production line as part of the company's sustainability objectives. Among the alternatives developed by AFRY, Arauco chose to implement one reusing 50% of the treated effluent in production and sending the other 50% for the irrigation of a forest area belonging to a company next to the plant.

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Cellworks

(United States of America)

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Central Japan Railway Company

(Japan)

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Century Link

(United States of America)

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Cerillion

(---)

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Cerner

(United States of America)

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CeX

(United Kingdom)

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CGN Power

(China)

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Chaowei Power Holdings

(China)

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Check Point Software Technologies

(Israel)

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Chegg

(United States of America)

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Chelsio Communications

(United States of America)

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Cheng Shin Rubber Ind

(Taiwan)

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China Aluminum International Engineering Corporation

(China)

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China Communications Services Corporation

(China)

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China CSSC Holdings

(China)

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China Energy Engineering Corporation

(China)

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China Gezhouba Group Company

(China)

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China National Chemical Engineering

(China)

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China National Software & Service Company

(China)

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China Nuclear Engineering Corporation

(China)

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(China)

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China Railway Construction Corporation

(China)

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China Railway Group

(China)

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China Railway Signal & Communication Corporation

(China)

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China Resources Pharmaceutical Group

(Hong Kong)

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China Shipbuilding Industry Company

(China)

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China State Construction Engineering Corporation

(China)

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China Telecom Corporation

(China)

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China XD Electric

(China)

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Chinese Universe Publishing and Media

(China)

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Chongqing Changan Automobile Company

(China)

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Christian Dior SE

(France)

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Chunghwa Telecom

(Taiwan)

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Ciena

(United States of America)

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Cimpress NV

(Netherlands)

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CipherCloud

(United States of America)

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Cipla

(India)

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Circassia Pharmaceuticals

(United Kingdom)

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CIRCOR

(Canada)

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Cirrus Logic

(United States of America)

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Citibank

(---)

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CitiXsys

(United States of America)

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CJ

(South Korea)

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Claas

(Germany)

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Clariant AG

(Switzerland)

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ClickSoftware

(United States of America)

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Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

(United States of America)

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Cloudera

(United States of America)

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Clovis Oncology

(United States of America)

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CMA CGM

(France)

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CME

(United States of America)

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CNH Industrial NV

(United Kingdom)

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CNOOC

(Hong Kong)

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Coats Group

(United Kingdom)

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Cobham

(United Kingdom)

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CocaCola

(---)

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Cochlear

(Australia)

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Coherent

(United States of America)

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Coherus BioSciences

(United States of America)

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Colgate-Palmolive Company

(United States of America)

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CollabNet

(United States of America)

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Collins

(United States of America)

Collins Aerospace eliminates the need for touching airport kiosks with new mobile phone check-in and baggage drop offering.

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COLT Technology Services India

(---)

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CommScope Holding Company

(United States of America)

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Commvault

(United States of America)

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Comodo Security

(United States of America)

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Compagnie Générale des Établissements Michelin

(France)

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Comverse

(United States of America)

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Condeco

(United Kingdom)

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Conexant

(United States of America)

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Constellation Software

(Canada)

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Continuum Managed Services

(United States of America)

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Cooper-Standard

(United States of America)

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Copart

(United States of America)

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Core Compete

(United States of America)

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Cornerstone OnDemand

(United States of America)

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Corning

(---)

Corning lays off dozens of employees in Israel R&D center

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Corning Incorporated

(United States of America)

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Coty

(United States of America)

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Covance

(United States of America)

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Covestro AG

(Germany)

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Cowi

(---)

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CPA global

(United States of America)

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Credit Suisse

(Switzerland)

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Cree

(United States of America)

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Crestron Electronics

(United States of America)

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Criteo SA

(France)

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Croda

(United Kingdom)

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CRRC Corporation

(China)

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CSG Systems International

(United States of America)

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CSPC Pharmaceutical Group

(China)

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Cubic Transportation

(United States of America)

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Cummins

(United States of America)

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Customcells

(---)

Porsche investing in new battery cell factory in Germany in collaboration with Customcells. Proposed plant near Stuttgart could turn over up enough batteries for up to 1000 cars a year.

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Cvent

(United States of America)

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Cypress Semiconductor

(United States of America)

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Dai Nippon Printing

(Japan)

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Daicel

(Japan)

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Daiichi Sankyo Company

(Japan)

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Daikin Industries

(Japan)

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Dana Incorporated

(United States of America)

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Danaher

(United States of America)

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Danlaw Inc

(United States of America)

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Danone SA

(France)

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Danske Bank

(Denmark)

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Datang Telecom Technology

(China)

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DBS Bank

(---)

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DBV Technologies SA

(France)

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DE Shaw

(United States of America)

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Deere & Company

(United States of America)

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Delta Air Lines

(United States of America)

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Denka Company

(Japan)

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DENTSPLY SIRONA

(United States of America)

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Deutsche Bahn

(---)

Deutsche Bahn and Endava provide new Video-on-demand offering on Ice Trains

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Deutsche Telecom

(---)

Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson and Samsung demonstrate 5G E2E Network Slicing on a commercial 5G device

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Deutsche Telekom AG

(Germany)

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DEUTZ Aktiengesellschaft

(Germany)

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DexCom

(United States of America)

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Diageo

(United Kingdom)

Whisky in paper bottle? Diageo?to launch?Johnnie Walker?whisky in paper bottles in 2021. Diageo and Pilot Lite to develop the paper bottle and collaborate on R&D.

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Dialog Semiconductor

(United Kingdom)

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DIC

(Japan)

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Diebold Nixdorf Incorporated

(United States of America)

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Digital Juice

(United States of America)

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Disco

(Japan)

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Diversey

(United States of America)

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Dolby Laboratories

(United States of America)

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Doosan

(---)

Trimble and Doosan North America Announce Factory-Installed Machine Control Solution for Doosan Crawler Excavators

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Doosan Infracore

(South Korea)

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Dorma

(---)

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Dover

(United States of America)

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DowDuPont

(United States of America)

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Doyensys

(---)

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Dr Reddy's Laboratories

(India)

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Drägerwerk AG & Co KGaA

(Germany)

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Dresser Rand

(United States of America)

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Drivestream India

(---)

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Dropbox

(United States of America)

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DTCC

(United States of America)

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Dürr Aktiengesellschaft

(Germany)

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Dxcorr

(---)

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E.ON

(---)

SAP and E.ON announced a new partnership to build a platform based on the SAP S/4HANA Utilities solution. The platform will make processes for billing and exchanging information with energy market participants fit for the future. hat way, E.ON Group’s energy suppliers, grid operators and metering point operators will be able to share information faster, more accurately and more easily. Processes will be standardized. The decision for the new technology was triggered by the integration of energy company Innogy SE into the E.ON Group.

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EagleBurgmann

(---)

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East Japan Railway Company

(Japan)

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Eastman Chemical Company

(United States of America)

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Ebix

(United States of America)

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ECI Telecom India

(Israel)

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EcleticIQ

(---)

EclecticIQ Establishes Engineering Hub in Bengaluru, India. Company will conduct R&D for advanced endpoint security, hunting, and response technologies to help customers bolster cyberdefenses.

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eClinicalWorks

(United States of America)

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Ecolab

(United States of America)

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Edwards Lifesciences

(United States of America)

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EF Education First

(Switzerland)

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EFI

(United States of America)

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Efkon

(Austria)

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EGain Communication Corp

(United States of America)

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Egon Zehnder Information and Research

(---)

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EIQ Networks

(United States of America)

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Eisai

(Japan)

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Elantas Beck

(Germany)

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Elbit Systems

(Israel)

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Electric Power Development

(Japan)

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Electricité de France SA

(France)

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Electronic Arts

(United States of America)

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Electronics for Imaging

(United States of America)

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Elekta AB (publ)

(Sweden)

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Elektrobit Automotive

(Finland)

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Elevate Services

(United States of America)

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Envision AESC

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Renault signs two major battery deals for production in France; Envision AESC and Verkor

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ESPN

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Essence Global

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Essilor International Société Anonyme

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Essity Aktiebolag (publ)

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Esterline Technologies

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Etisalat

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Etisalat and Nokia provide ultra-fast 5G broadband services in the UAE

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Evolving Systems

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Exaware

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Wipro announced a partnership with Exaware, a leading provider of Open Network routing solutions. The partnership will jointly develop advanced engineering solutions that foster innovation in the networking industry, streamline 5G technology upgrades, and open the door to future 6G compatibility.

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Exelixis

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FactSet Research Systems

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(Japan)

FANUC to supply Ford plant in Cologne with 500 robots

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Fareportal

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Faurecia SA

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First Data

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FIS Global

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Fitbit

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Five Prime Therapeutics

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Flextronics

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FLSmidth

(Denmark)

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Fluor Daniel

(United States of America)

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Flytxt Mobile Solutions

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Fortinet

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Fortive

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Foxconn

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Mobile Drive, the new 50/50 joint venture announced by Stellantis and Foxconn. The JV will be a tier-1 at arms length, focus on infotainment, telematics and cloud service platform development

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Fragomen

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KONE has won an order to supply and install more than 70 elevators for the Grand Paris Express metro project in Paris.

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Frank's International NV

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Franklin Templeton

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Fresenius SE & Co KGaA

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Freudenberg

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Frigoglass

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Fuji Electric

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Fujian Star-net Communication

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Fujikura

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Fujitsu General

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Fulcrum Worldwide (Fulcrum Digital)

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Furukawa Electric

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Futura Gaia

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AKKA collaborates with Futura Gaïa on developing vertical farms solutions. One example is the development of a tailored automated guided vehicle (AGV) solution to move the systems between the production racks and the harvesting area.

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Fuyao Glass Industry Group

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Gainsight

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Galapagos NV

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Gansu Jiu Steel Group Hongxing Iron & Steel

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GAP

(---)

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Garmin

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GCL-Poly Energy Holdings

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GEA

(Germany)

GEA uses Dassault Systèmes’ simulation technology in plans to safely reopen Its cafeteria for 1,900 employees.

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GeicoTaikisha

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GeicoTaikisha chooses Software AG IoT platform to digitize automotive painting process

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Gemalto NV

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General Dynamics

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General Electric Company

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General Mills

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Genmab A/S

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Genzyme (Sanofi Genzyme)

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Georg Fischer AG

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Getinge

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Gilbarco Veeder-Root

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Gilead Sciences

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Gionee

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GlaxoSmithKline

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Glenmark Pharmaceuticals

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Global Analytics (Gain Credit)

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GlobalFoundries

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Glory

(Japan)

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GN Store Nord A/S

(Denmark)

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Go- Jek

(Indonesia)

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GoDaddy

(United States of America)

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Goertek

(China)

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Gogo

(United States of America)

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GoJek

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Gojek and Tokopedia have agreed to merge to create the largest tech group in the country called GoTo Group with estimated valuation of $18 Billion.

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Golden Source

(United States of America)

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Goldman

(United States of America)

Goldman Sachs to buy General Motors credit card business for $2 5 billion.

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GoPro

(United States of America)

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(Indonesia)

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GrapeCity

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Great Wall Motor Company

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Great Wall Motors

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CATL and GWM sign 10-year strategic cooperation agreement

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Grifols SA

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Groupon

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Grundfos

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GRUPO ANTOLIN

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GSN Games

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Guangzhou Automobile Group

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Guidewire Software

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Gunnebo

(Sweden)

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GW Pharmaceuticals

(United Kingdom)

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H Lundbeck A/S

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Haima Automobile Group

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Halozyme Therapeutics

(United States of America)

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Han's Laser Technology Industry Group

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Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology

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Hanmi Pharm

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Hasbro

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Hbis Company

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HCA

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HCA Healthcare announced a new multiyear strategic partnership with Google Cloud focused on analytics-driven process improvement and digital transformation

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HeidelbergCement AG

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Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Aktiengesellschaft

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Hengtong Optic-electric

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Henkel AG & Co KGaA

(Germany)

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Heron Therapeutics

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(United States of America)

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Hikma Pharmaceuticals

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Hill-Rom

(United States of America)

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Himax Technologies

(Taiwan)

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Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co

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Hoerbiger

(Switzerland)

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Hologic

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Hon Hai Precision Industry

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HORIBA

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Horizon Pharma Public Limited Company

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HostAnalytics

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HOYA

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HSBC

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Huddl.Ai

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Huddl.Ai wants to bring more intelligence to online meetings. Adding intelligence to virtual meetings. Automating summary of meeting with three sections: Agenda, Key Points, Action Items. Automating intern or EA work is a great business opportunity.

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Hundsun Technologies

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Huntsman

(United States of America)

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Husco

(West Indies)

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Husqvarna AB (publ)

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Hydro (Norsk Hydro)

(Norway)

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Hyosung

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Hyundai Motor Company

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IAC/InterActiveCorp

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Iberdrola SA

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Ibiden

(Japan)

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Icahn Enterprises LP

(United States of America)

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Icertis

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IDeaS

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Idemitsu Kosan

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Idorsia

(Switzerland)

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IDP Education

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IHG

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Ikanos

(United States of America)

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ilantus

(United States of America)

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Illinois Tool Works

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Illumina

(United States of America)

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Imagination Technologies

(United Kingdom)

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ImmunoGen

(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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Indeed

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Indra Sistemas SA

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INEOS Styrolution (ABS)

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Infinera

(United States of America)

Infinera Leveraging Kinaxis for Industry-Best-Practice Planning Solution

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Infoblox

(United States of America)

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Infor

(United States of America)

Symega Food Ingredients, a food ingredients manufacturer has automated business operations with Infor PLM (Optiva). With the help of the Infor solution, Symega was able to unify dispersed data and complex business processes across multiple functional groups in the organization. It helped in significantly reducing product development cycle time, while ensuring regulatory compliance standards are met.

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Infostretch

(United States of America)

Goldman Sachs and Everstone Group invests in Infostretch. Another PE investment in software product engineering space.

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Infosys

(India)

Infosys acquires Kaleidoscope, a medical device design and engineering firm. Medical device is a growing engineering service segment.

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Ingenico Group - GCS

(France)

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Ingram Micro

(United States of America)

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Inner Mongolia Baotou Steel Union

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Innolux

(Taiwan)

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Inphi

(United States of America)

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Insmed Incorporated

(United States of America)

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Inspur Electronic Information Industry

(China)

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Instancy

(United States of America)

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Insync Software

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Inszoom

(United States of America)

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(United States of America)

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Intellian

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Intellian opens R&D centre in South Korea. antennas using emerging phased array technology will benefit from a new compact test range to assist with development and testing.

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Intercept Pharmaceuticals

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(United States of America)

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Interra Systems

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Intertek

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(United States of America)

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Intuitive Surgical

(United States of America)

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Inventec

(Taiwan)

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Invesco

(United States of America)

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Investis Digital

(United Kingdom)

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Ionis Pharmaceuticals

(United States of America)

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IP Infusion

(United States of America)

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ipaccess

(United Kingdom)

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Ipass

(Canada)

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IPG

(United States of America)

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Ipsen SA

(France)

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IQVIA (QUINTILES)

(United States of America)

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IRDETO

(Netherlands)

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iRobot

(United States of America)

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Iron Mountain

(United States of America)

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Ironwood Pharmaceuticals

(United States of America)

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(---)

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(Japan)

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Itron

(United States of America)

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ITT

(United States of America)

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Jabil india

(United States of America)

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Jacobs Engineering Group

(United States of America)

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Japan Display

(Japan)

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Japan Tobacco

(Japan)

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Jazz Pharmaceuticals

(Ireland)

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JCB

(United Kingdom)

JCB has announced a hydrogen-fuelled piston engine that emits no CO2 and which it believes can help the transport industry achieve the UK government’s zero-emissions target quicker than any existing solutions.

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JCPenney

(United States of America)

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JDcom

(China)

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Jean martin

(United States of America)

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JFE

(Japan)

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Jiangling Motors

(China)

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Jiangxi Copper Company

(China)

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Jivox

(Canada)

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John Crane

(United States of America)

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John Deere

(United States of America)

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Johnson & Johnson

(United States of America)

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Johnson Electric Holdings

(Hong Kong)

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Johnson Matthey

(United Kingdom)

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Jouve

(---)

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JP Morgan Chase

(United States of America)

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JPMC

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JP Morgan said it is looking to add around 4,000 experienced technologists in India this year. It currently has 35000 people across Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

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JSR

(Japan)

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JTEKT

(Japan)

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July Systems

(United States of America)

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Juniper Networks

(United States of America)

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JVC KENWOOD

(Japan)

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JXTG

(Japan)

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Kaneka

(Japan)

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Kao

(Japan)

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Kapsch TrafficCom AG

(Austria)

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Kaseya

(Ireland)

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Kawasaki Heavy Industries

(Japan)

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Keihin

(Japan)

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Kellogg Company

(United States of America)

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Kennametal

(---)

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KEY POINT TECHNOLOGIES INDIA

(United Kingdom)

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Keyence

(Japan)

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Keysight Technologies

(United States of America)

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Khoros

(United States of America)

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Kia Motors

(South Korea)

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Kimberly-Clark

(United States of America)

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Kingfa Sci & Tech

(China)

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Kingsoft Corporation

(China)

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KION GROUP AG

(Germany)

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Kirin Holdings Company

(Japan)

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Kirusa

(United States of America)

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Kissei Pharmaceutical

(Japan)

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KLA-Tencor

(United States of America)

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Knorr bremse

(Germany)

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Kobe Steel

(Japan)

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Koch

(United States of America)

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Kofax

(United States of America)

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Koito Manufacturing

(Japan)

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Komatsu

(Japan)

Honda and Komatsu Announce the Start of Joint Development of Micro Excavators Powered by Swappable Batteries

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Konami

(Japan)

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Konica Minolta

(Japan)

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Kony Labs

(United States of America)

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Kovair

(Canada)

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KPMG

(Netherlands)

KPMG axes 1,400 US jobs, cutting roles across its tax, audit, and advisory businesses, as the professional services industry continues to take a hit amid market uncertainty.

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Krka d d

(Slovenia)

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Krones AG

(Germany)

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Kronos

(United States of America)

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KT

(South Korea)

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Kudelski SA

(Switzerland)

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Kuehne + Nagel

(---)

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KUKA Aktiengesellschaft

(Germany)

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Kuoni Travel Group

(Switzerland)

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Kuraray

(Japan)

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KWS Saat SE

(Germany)

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Kyocera

(Japan)

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KYORIN

(Japan)

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L Brands

(United States of America)

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L'Air Liquide SA

(France)

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L'Oréal SA

(France)

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L3 Technologies

(United States of America)

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Labvantage

(United States of America)

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LafargeHolcim

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GE Renewable Energy and LafargeHolcim team up for a more circular wind industry

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Laird

(United Kingdom)

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Lam Research

(United States of America)

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Landis+Gyr Group AG

(Switzerland)

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Landmark Group

(United Arab Emirates)

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LANXESS Aktiengesellschaft

(Germany)

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Largan Precision

(Taiwan)

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Lear

(United States of America)

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Legato health

(---)

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Legrand SA

(France)

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LendingClub

(United States of America)

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Lennox International

(United States of America)

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Lens Technology

(China)

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Leonardo Spa

(Italy)

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LEONI AG

(Germany)

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Lexicon Pharmaceuticals

(United States of America)

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Lexmark

(United States of America)

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LG Display

(South Korea)

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LG Innotek

(South Korea)

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Linde Aktiengesellschaft

(Germany)

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Lite-On Technology

(Taiwan)

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LivaNova

(United Kingdom)

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Livevox Inc

(---)

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LIXIL Group

(Japan)

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Logitech International SA

(Switzerland)

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LogMeIn

(United State