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Artificial Intelligence Chipset Market To Exhibit 33.6% CAGR By 2025, To Be Driven By The Rising Number of Smart Homes & Smart

 Artificial Intelligence Chipset Market To Exhibit 33.6% CAGR By 2025, To Be
Driven By The Rising Number of Smart Homes & Smart Cities Projects Globally |
                               Million Insights

  PR Newswire

  FELTON, Calif., Oct. 7, 2020

FELTON, Calif., Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The global artificial
intelligence chipset market is projected to account for USD 59.2 billion by
2025, according to a new report by Million Insights, and expected to grow with
33.6% CAGR over the forecast period, from 2019 to 2025. Artificial
intelligence chip is a dedicated component used in electronic and smart
devices to run machine learning applications. Additionally, growing a large
amount of data has increased the need for high speed processors and fast
computing. For example, Apple has incorporated a neural engine in A11 Bionic
chip's GPU in order to run third-party applications fast. Rising adoption of
AI technology in smart devices is expected to boost market growth over the
forecast period.

Owing to the growing application of AI technology from smartphones to
automotive industry, the adoption of AI chipsets is increasing extensively. In
addition, growing number of smart homes and smart cities projects across the
globe is widely providing growth opportunities to the AI chipsets market. The
demand for high-speed processors is increasing due to a rise in data
complexity, thereby, expected to drive the artificial intelligence (AI)
chipset market growth over the forecast period.

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Intelligence Chipset Market" Report 2025.

The rapid adoption of AI chipset in the consumer electronics industry due to
the growing demand for high-speed processors. Different types of
semiconductors/hardware are being launched by using deep learning and machine
learning in artificial intelligence technology. AI-enabled devices are widely
used across various industries, especially in consumer electronics which is
expected 
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Number of homes destroyed in Glass Fire reaches 600

The number of homes swallowed by flames in the Glass Fire that has raged for more than a week Sonoma and Napa counties reached 600 Tuesday morning, and the total is expected to grow as crews continue to survey damage in burn areas.

Cal Fire reported in its Tuesday morning incident update that in Sonoma County 310 homes were destroyed and 81 damaged. In Napa County, 290 were destroyed and 72 damaged.

Weather conditions were hot and dry Monday into Tuesday morning, but winds were calm and this allowed firefighters to increase containment to 50%. The size of the burn area didn’t grow overnight and still stands at 68,840 acres.


Evacuation orders were reduced to warnings Monday for a portion of Zone 6B2 in Sonoma County (find details here). On Sunday, orders were reduced to warnings in multiple communities, including Kenwood, Oakmont and Calistoga.

Cal Fire Battalion Chief Sean Norman said in a Monday briefing that containment lines are strong in the fire’s east zone, including areas around the Highway 12 corridor, Santa Rosa and Oakmont. The steep, rugged terrain of Bear Creek Canyon in eastern Sonoma County remains an area of concern in the east zone. “That has been our Achilles’ heel on this part of the fire,” said Norman.

In Napa County, areas around Calistoga and above the Palisades going up to Highway 29 look secure, Norman said. “The fire has backed down to a lot of the agricultural in there and our troops are in there working,” he said.

The most troubling part of the fire remains in its northern tip around Mount St. Helena near the Lake County line. “When we look at this entire 65,000-acre fire, we’ve really crushed it down to just this little piece of maybe 4 miles of fire line we’re

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Iowa agency keeps secret the number of COVID-19 staff deaths in nursing homes

Clark Kauffman, Iowa wCapital Dispatch
Published 2:29 p.m. CT Oct. 5, 2020

The Iowa Department of Public Health is refusing to disclose the number of Iowa nursing home workers who have been infected with, or died from, COVID-19.

For months, the department has released only combined staff-and-resident numbers for both infections and deaths in Iowa nursing homes.

The agency has refused requests to separate the number of staff deaths and infections from the number of resident deaths and infections.

The department’s COVID-19 Communications and Emergency Preparedness Planner Alex Carfrae told the Iowa Capital Dispatch Thursday the agency would not provide requested information on staff deaths “due to privacy concerns.”

After being asked to cite the specific law that allows the agency to withhold non-identifying statistical information of that sort, an agency official said the department intends to review its policies and the applicable state laws.

More: Iowa eases visitor limits at nursing homes, where COVID-19 has cut deadly swath

The pandemic’s effect on caregivers is considered particularly important in terms of tracking the spread of the virus in nursing homes. The facilities are home to some of Iowa’s most vulnerable citizens, and yet they often make use of temp-agency workers who are deployed to multiple facilities over the course of a week.

Di Findley, who heads Iowa CareGivers, a nonprofit dedicated to building a strong direct-care workforce, said her organization has been unable to obtain staff-specific data on infections and deaths.

“The nursing home industry may not want the number of positive cases or deaths of nursing home workers to be part of the news because it can make it even more challenging to recruit and retain workers, which was a problem before COVID-19,” she said. “However, knowing how many nursing home workers have become infected, hospitalized, or even died

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Fiber Optics Market – Actionable Research on COVID-19 | Increase in the Number of FTTH Homes and Subscribers to Boost the Market Growth

The global fiber optics market size is poised to grow by USD 2.44 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of almost 5% throughout the forecast period, according to the latest report by Technavio. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Download a Free Sample of REPORT with COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery Analysis.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Fiber Optics Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

The increase in the number of FTTH homes and subscribers is the key factor driving the market growth. A higher number of customers are opting for fiber optic connections to leverage broadband services. This reduces the requirements for customer premises equipment (CPE) and distribution point unit (DPU).

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Report Highlights:

  • The major fiber optics market growth came from telecom sector. The rise in FTTx applications has been a major driver for the telecom sector growth since it facilitates optical fiber connection for last-mile connections. The emergence of 5G communication technology will also be a major factor supporting the growth of the global fiber optics market in the telecom segment.

  • APAC was the largest fiber optics market in 2019, and the region will offer several growth opportunities to market vendors during the forecast period. The increasing number of telecom subscribers and the deployment of fiber optics in communications will significantly drive fiber optics market growth in this region over the forecast period.

  • The global fiber optics market is fragmented. CommScope Holding Co. Inc., Corning

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Number of homes destroyed in Glass Fire increases as winds forecast to pick up

With a hot and dry air mass overhead, the Glass Fire in the North Bay swelled 5,000 acres overnight and more spread is expected Thursday with winds kicking up.

The burn area that’s northeast of Santa Rosa grew from 51,266 acres Wednesday night to 56,781 acres Thursday morning. Containment increased from 2% to 5%, according to Cal Fire’s Thursday morning incident report.

Flames have destroyed more than 200 structures, including 143 single-family homes. Of those homes, 36 are in Sonoma County and 107 in Napa County. (See Cal Fire’s full report for further information on structure damage.) A total of 27,000 structures remain threatened.

New evacuation warnings were announced last night for people living north of Calistoga. (You can find details on the order here.)


Firefighters are preparing for winds to pick up Thursday into Friday, focusing on building containment lines and protecting structures before fire activity resurges.

“We’re looking at a similar wind event to when this fire first ignited three days ago,” Cal Fire incident commander Billy See said in a Wednesday afternoon press briefing. “We’re preparing for the worst-case scenario and hoping for the best. Our firefighters will be working to maintain lines.”

Ahead of the wind event, the National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for the North Bay mountains 1 p.m. Thursday through 6 p.m. Friday with gusts up to 30 mph possible at the highest elevations.

“This wind event is going to be serious enough for everyone to pay attention,” added Santa Rosa Fire Chief Anthony Gossner. “You need to pay attention. It’s vital. Everyone keeps asking how serious is it? We don’t know how serious it will be until it happens.”

Cal Fire officials will give an update on the fire in a briefing at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. You can watch

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