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Trade tariffs in the United States could increase pricing for energy storage systemsAugust 21, 2019Under articles Section 301 of United States trade policy, the United States is set to introduce 10% tariffs on approximately $300 billion of Chinese imports by the end of 2019, including lithium-ion batteries. While tariffs for some products will be delayed until 15 December 2019, tariffs for lithium-ion batteries are to begin 1 September 2019. Because of these tariffs and others already implemented, including 25% on imported power conversion systems (PCS) and battery materials such as lithium, cobalt, nickel, and other metals, the cost of battery energy storage in the United States is projected to increase. Integrators using Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) batteries will be especially affected, due to China’s market share of the global supply chain for such products. Because raw materials are also targeted, the smaller domestic manufacturing base of lithium-ion batteries could also remain affected.Subscribers Only
Battery Safety Report - 2019Pressure grows on battery industry to ensure safety and sustainable industry growth.August 15, 2019Pressure grows on battery industry to ensure safety and sustainable industry growth. Following a number of incidents involving battery fires in electric vehicles, stationary energy storage and portable electronic devices, safety concerns continue to mount around the widespread use of Li-ion batteriesSubscribers Only
SNEC 2019 - Key TakeawaysJune 12, 2019SNEC – is the leading event in China for solar and energy storage. The scale of the event provides a crucial overview of the respective industries and the current market status in China and globally. After attending the show, the IHS Markit Solar and Energy Storage analyst team has summarised the major findings from the event.Subscribers Only
SNEC PV Market Workshop - 2019Trends to watch in 2019June 12, 2019IHS Markit Energy Technology analysts hosted a briefing and workshop with a group of clients at SNEC PV Power Expo in Shanghai on June 5th 2019. Four different presentations were given highlighting key trends for PV, energy storage and batteries.Subscribers Only
The First 5G Phone in the United States is a compromise of cost and design, IHS Markit saysJune 06, 2019Overall, the Moto Z3/5G Mod combination is the product of major compromises that illustrate the challenges involved with making 5G’s millimeter wave (mmWave) technology workable and affordable at the same time.
IHS Markit Analyst Availability: Electronica, München, GermanyOctober 22, 2018For journalists who follow the latest news and trends in consumer electronics, IHS Markit analysts will be available for commentary ahead of and onsite at IFA 2018 in Berlin, Germany, from August 31 to September 5, 2018.
iPhone Xs Max Costs Apple $20 More in Materials Than Last Year’s Smaller iPhone X, IHS Markit Teardown RevealsSeptember 26, 2018While most of the components have been upgraded, the physical smartphone design remains relatively unchanged from the previous iPhone X version
Galaxy S9+ Materials Cost $43 More Than Previous Versions, IHS Markit Teardown ShowsMarch 22, 2018The new Samsung Galaxy S9+ equipped with 64 gigabytes (GB) of NAND flash memory (model number SM-G965U1) carries a bill of materials (BOM) cost of $375.80, much higher than for previous versions of the company’s smartphones.
IHS Teardown Methodology - Producing the Best "Should Cost" EstimateFebruary 02, 2018A "Teardown" is a dis-assembly of a device to gain knowledge of the discrete parts. IHS Markit goes further to estimate the "should cost" of components to the manufacture for mature products. The purpose of IHS Markit teardowns is to support customer's quests to understand cost at a component, feature, function, and total device level.Subscribers Only
iPhone X Costs Apple $370 in Materials, IHS Markit Teardown RevealsNovember 08, 2017Teardown engineers at IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO) have completed their preliminary physical dissection of the new Apple iPhone X and found that the model A1865 version of the smartphone with 64 gigabytes (GB) of NAND memory carries a bill of materials (BOM) of $370.25.
IHS Markit Teardown Reveals What Higher Apple iPhone 8 Plus Cost Actually BuysSeptember 25, 2017The new Apple iPhone 8 Plus, equipped with 64 gigabytes (GB) of NAND flash memory, carries a bill of materials (BOM) cost that comes out to US$288.08, higher than any previous versions of the company’s smartphones, according to a preliminary estimate from IHS Markit.
iPhone 7 Materials Costs Higher than Previous Versions, IHS Markit Teardown RevealsSeptember 20, 2016The bill of materials (BOM) for an iPhone 7 equipped with 32 gigabytes (GB) of NAND flash memory carries $219.80 in bill of materials costs, according to a preliminary estimate from IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Teardown Reveals Ho-Hum RefreshMarch 15, 2016A preliminary estimate by IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS) and its Mobile Handsets Intelligence Service shows that the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone costs about $255 to build.
WEBCAST - The 5G ecosystem – one network, many challengesMay 29, 2019 11AM ET | Led by IHS Markit 5G expertsView on-demand
Hosted by IHS Markit Technology Group and RootMetricsThis webcast, hosted by IHS Markit 5G experts, will explore 5G challenges from use cases, to operator strategies to devices to media, and provide early insights from our 5G testing in South Korea.
Apple Continues Familiar Design and Pricing Strategy with iPhone 5c, IHS Teardown RevealsSeptember 25, 2013Far from the major departure that many had expected, the iPhone 5c turned out to follow Apple Inc.’s familiar formula, combining premium pricing with a hardware design almost completely...
Groundbreaking iPhone 5s Carries $199 BOM and Manufacturing Cost, IHS Teardown RevealsSeptember 25, 2013Apple’s Inc.’s new flagship product—the iPhone 5s—features some cutting-edge components that represent pioneering achievements for the smartphone market while maintaining a nearly...
Even at a $20 Price, Nokia 105 Cellphone Proves Profitable for Nokia, IHS Teardown RevealsJune 28, 2013Is it possible to sell a mobile phone at a price of $20.00 and still make a profit? With its ultra-low-cost handset (ULCH) model designated as the 105, Nokia has shown how it can be done...