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Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market Overview: The Global Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market is expected to show significant …

Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices

Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market Overview: The Global Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market is expected to show significant growth over the forecast period due rise in current state throughout the globe. Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market report delivers a close watch on leading competitors with strategic analysis, micro and macro market trend and scenarios, pricing analysis and a holistic overview of the market situations in the forecast period.

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The Scope of the report extends from market scenarios to comparative pricing between major players, cost and profit of the specified market regions. The generated report is firmly based on primary research, interviews with top executives, news sources and information insiders. Secondary research techniques are implemented for better understanding and clarity for data analysis.

The Leading MajorPlayers Covered in this Report

Smiths Group

Zimmer MedizinSysteme

Domer Laser

Hubei YJT Technology

Global Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market segmentation, by Type:

Under 50 GHz

Above 50 GHz

Global Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market segmentation, by Application:

Diabetes Treatment

Tumor & Cancer Treatment

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Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market Report provides additional information like Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers, Sales Channel, Direct Marketing, Indirect Marketing, Marketing Channel Future Trend, Distributors, Traders and Dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, Methodology, Analyst Introduction, Data Source Describe Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, appendix and data source.

Research Objectives of this Report are:

To analyze global Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. To present the Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices development in United States, Europe and China. To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies. To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.

In this Report, the Years Considered to Estimate the Market Size of Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices are as Follows:

History Year: 2014-2018|Base Year: 2018|Estimated Year: 2019|Forecast Year 2019 to 2025

Market Segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers

United States




Southeast Asia


Central & South America

Key Questions Answered in Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices market report:

  • What will the market size be in 2025 and what will the growth rate be?
  • What are the key market trends?
  • What is driving this market?
  • What are the challenges to market growth?
  • Who are the key vendors in this market space?
  • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

The report provides a basic overview of the Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices industry including definitions, segmentation, applications, key vendors, market drivers and market challenges. The Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status

Through the statistical analysis, the report depicts the global Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices market including capacity, production, production value, cost/profit, supply/demand and import/export. The total market is further divided by company, by country, and by application/type for the competitive landscape analysis.

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List of Exhibits in Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices market report:

  • Exhibit 01: Product contributions
  • Exhibit 02: Impact of drivers
  • Exhibit 03: Impact of drivers and difficulties
  • Exhibit 04: Key nations in every district
  • Exhibit 05: Global Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market of the overall industry by topographies 2019
  • Exhibit 06: Global Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices Market of the overall industry by topographies 2025
  • Exhibit 07: Geographical division by income 2018

And continued….

The report then estimates 2019-2025 market development trends of Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices market. Analysis of upstream raw materials, downstream demand, and current market dynamics is also carried out. In the end, the report makes some important proposals for a new project of Millimeter Wave Therapy (MWT) Devices market before evaluating its feasibility.

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Putting the UK at the forefront of wireless communications

A new research project aims to put the UK at the forefront of the next generation of millimetre wave wireless communications technology. The DLINK …

A new research project aims to put the UK at the forefront of the next generation of millimetre wave wireless communications technology.

The DLINK project, which is a collaboration between Lancaster University and Glasgow University along with major industrial partners and advisors including BT, Nokia Bell Labs, IQE, Filtronic, Optocap and Teledyne e2v, and has in the advisory board Intel, aims to provide ‘fibre-in-air’ communication links with unprecedented data rate and transmission distance by exploiting a thus-far unused portion of the wireless communications spectrum, called D-band.

D-Band, which is the portion of spectrum between 151-174.8 GHz, is particularly relevant for 5G because, being very wide, it enables the wireless transmission of high data rates – of around 45Gb/s.

The breakthrough goal of DLINK is to enable data transmission over distances of one kilometre, by a novel transmitter with excellent ability to withstand the high attenuation from rain and other atmospheric conditions that can be problematic at that portion of the spectrum.

There is an urgent need for new wireless communications technologies capable of delivering data at high speeds and low cost and without needing installations of fibre or large unsightly equipment to be fitted on the tops of many of the buildings in our cities.

This is because wireless data demands are continuing to gather pace with widespread proliferation of Internet connected devices such as smartphones, tablet computers and laptops. The things people choose to do with their devices is also increasingly demanding – around 74 per cent of mobile data traffic will come from video streaming within five years.

All of these connected devices are placing huge strains on the existing wireless communications systems, and its limited data capacity.

DLINK has been funded with more than £850,000 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. The research group at Lancaster will build novel powerful ‘vacuum travelling wave tubes’ – a device that greatly amplifies the transmission power needed to enable new mesh architectures of wireless high data rate networks at the very high frequency of the spectrum.

The traveling wave tube will provide transmission power to work in conjunction with a novel oscillator to produce high data rate. The oscillator will be built by a team at University of Glasgow, led by Professor Edward Wasige.

DLINK is being led by Professor Claudio Paoloni, Cockcroft Chair and Head of Engineering at Lancaster University. He is a world leading scientist in the field of millimetre wave travelling wave tubes and has coordinated multi million pound projects for novel wireless network architectures in different portions of the wireless spectrum – from 90 GHz up 300 GHz.

He said: “The huge growth of mobile data and consumer demand for video streaming, along with the Internet of Things, driverless vehicles, virtual reality and a multitude of other emerging technologies are going to require fibre-quality data speeds but delivered wirelessly and ubiquitously.

“The DLINK project has the ambition to deliver new wireless technologies that will enable us to exploit the as-yet unused D-band part of the spectrum, and position the UK as a major player in achieving a beyond 5G connected future.”


More information about the three-year EPSRC DLINK project can be found by visiting or twitter @ClPaoloni

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UBS is using laser beams and 5G to trade stocks in the latest escalation of a technological ‘arm race’

The bank said it has been working with the three major equity exchange groups — NYSE, Nasdaq and Cboe Global Markets — to use the technology …

From fiber optic cables to dark fibre and microwaves, financial firms have spent the better part of a decade looking to slice fractions of milliseconds off how quickly they can trade stocks.

But the latest chapter in how firms are aiming improve their trading speed and execute trades more efficiently for their clients reads like something out of a science fiction novel.

UBS has begun in recent months to use laser beams and millimeter waves, also known as 5G technology, to send orders wirelessly for its US equity trading business. The Swiss bank tells Business Insider that the new infrastructure will allow it to send orders quicker and reduce the likelihood inclement weather could impact performance.

The bank said it has been working with the three major equity exchange groups — NYSE, Nasdaq and Cboe Global Markets — to use the technology on their venues. The installation is in New Jersey where the majority of US equity trading occurs between a handful of data centers.

Fiber optic cables are the most common way equity trading orders are sent. Some firms use a more advanced cable, known as dark fibre, while even a smaller subset use microwaves. Laser beams and millimeter waves are the latest innovation. While the technology is not as effective at longer distances, the close proximity between data centers in New Jersey makes it an ideal location.

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UBS already receives market data wirelessly via 5G technology. However, bad weather sometimes interferes with the millimeter waves, forcing the bank to switch to landlines to receive the data instead. By using a combination of 5G and laser beams, which are more durable in rain and snow, the bank hopes to have a more resilient process for sending orders.

“I know the weather in New Jersey better than in New York. When it is raining in New Jersey, I get pop ups from multiple firms because we are switching from wireless to dark fibre,” said Vlad Khandros, the global head of market structure and liquidity strategy at UBS. “With the lasers it should be: What is the post office’s model? Rain. Sleet. Snow. It should be good.”

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Maintaining high performance on rainy days isn’t the only motivating factor. Khandros said the bank is constantly evaluating ways to improve how it can execute clients’ orders.

The process goes beyond just meeting regulatory requirements. When thinking about best execution, the bank needs to consider what clients expect and competitors are willing to do.

As a result, firms always need to investigate the newest technology on the market.

“It’s an arms race. If it exists, there is a risk somebody else might buy it,” Khandros said. “So then we feel compelled to buy it to further improve execution quality.”

Still, the bank needs to see results to prove a full investment is worthwhile. Khandros said only a small amount of order flow is being sent via the new infrastructure. The bank will monitor how the new technology impacts speed and its ability to capture liquidity, among other metrics.

For Khandros, the most critical part of any new innovation boils down to being able to demonstrate to clients how it will help drive down their trading costs. The space has gotten increasingly competitive between brokers, Khandros added, as clients hesitate to spend their own customers’ money on unnecessary services or subpar performance.

Khandros said his team is always interested in proof of an investment’s benefits to customers.

“What does this actually do to help the client?” Khandros said. “It has got to be compelling, and I want the data to actually support it.”

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Is 5G the answer to Telstra’s share price troubles?

Telstra Corporation Limited (ASX:TLS) CEO Andy Penn announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week that the telco has …

Telstra Corporation Limited (ASX:TLS) CEO Andy Penn announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week that the telco has secured exclusive deals for 5G handsets with multiple smartphone manufacturers. 5G-capable phones will be available from Telstra by the end of June.

Although the details on these deals are unknown, it is increasingly evident that Telstra is very serious about leading Australia forward into a 5G world. Ensuring readiness for the new generation of cellular mobile communications is part of its bold T22 strategy, an effort to give new life to the company amidst years of falling fixed-line revenues.

Once a government-owned monopoly, Telstra’s fixed-line network infrastructure is the original source of the company’s legacy position at the top of the Australia telco game. However, high levels of competition, emergence of substitute technologies, shifting consumer preferences and the nationwide rollout of the NBN have taken their toll. The Telstra share price is less than half what it was four years ago.

Is 5G the answer to Telstra’s troubles?Not in the short term, at least.

The powerful technology has a slew of futuristic applications including autonomous vehicles and the Internet-of-Things. The rapid potential growth of these technologies is something Telstra is hoping to capitalise on with its Network Applications and Services (NAS) segment.

This is a long-term view, however. The truly revolutionary power of 5G technology lies within the millimetre wave band and auctions for millimetre wave spectrum are as far away as 2020. While Telstra has demonstrated its enthusiasm to be a 5G-leader, it’s yet to be seen whether the investment will pay off in terms of generating shareholder value. It’s not reasonable to think that Telstra’s competitors are going to miss the 5G train, Telstra’s just boarding early.

The telco’s short-term fate is more likely to be affected by the whim of the ACCC. The announcement of the ACCC’s decision regarding the TPG and Vodafone merger has been pushed back to 28 March 2019. If the merger is blocked, Telstra faces the same competitive threats that were feared months ago, particularly involving the launch of TPG’s mobile services, which are likely to be aggressively priced.

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Qualcomm, Ericsson make first 3GPP-compliant 5G NR sub-6 GHz OTA call

Qualcomm Incorporated and Ericsson announced have successfully completed a 3GPP Rel-15 spec compliant 5G NR over-the-air (OTA) call over …

The OTA call was conducted in the Ericsson Lab in Stockholm, Sweden on the 3.5 GHz band. Similar to the first OTA calls performed using millimeter wave (mmWave) in both 28 and 39 GHz spectrum bands, which occurred in September 2018, today’s sub-6 GHz call utilized Ericsson’s commercial 5G NR radio AIR 6488 and baseband products and a mobile test device powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ X50 5G modem and RF subsystem.

In December 2017, Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies announced interoperability development testing (IODT) to help pave the way for commercial launches of 5G NR standard-compliant infrastructure, smartphones and other mobile devices in the first half of 2019. The successful 5G OTA calls using both sub-6 GHz and mmWave bands are critical milestones in the commercialization process as operators and OEMs around the world can now utilize these products to conduct their own tests in their labs and the field.

See also: Qualcomm brings 5G NR mmWave to mobile devices

Per Narvinger, Head of Product Area Networks, Ericsson, says, “Achieving interoperability on different spectrums shows the strength of the 5G ecosystem. Together with Qualcomm Technologies, we’ve successfully tested 5G NR on 39, 28 and now, 3.5 GHz band. These milestones add to the commercial readiness of 5G. They also assure operators of broader capacity options to cater for diverse use cases.”

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“Sub-6 GHz spectrum is instrumental to the global 5G NR rollout as it will provide wide area, high performance connectivity and has been allocated and auctioned in numerous regions around the world, including the US, Korea and Europe, with others to follow shortly,” says Durga Malladi, senior vice president, engineering and general manager, 4G/5G, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

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