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UBM TechInsights Launches Product Teardowns for Medical Electronics
Date:12/6/2010

OTTAWA, Ontario, Dec. 6, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM TechInsights today announced the launch of a new line of medical electronics product teardowns, providing licensed access to expert teardown reports on medical electronics for OEMs, semiconductor manufacturers, IP professionals and industry analysts worldwide. The teardown reports offer players in the medical electronics market place valuable intelligence on the new technologies and companies shaping the industry.

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Chronic healthcare conditions attributed to lifestyle have resulted in sky-rocketing healthcare spending globally. The market for medical devices that help manage these chronic conditions has kept pace. According to research firm Frost & Sullivan, the global market for medical devices will increase by 5.8 percent annually, to reach US $240 billion by 2012. In Asia Pacific, the medical devices market is expected to grow by 10.2 percent a year, and will account for 25 percent of the global market by 2012.

"Accelerated patent activity has accompanied the intense innovation in the medical devices market, as semiconductor and consumer electronics companies leverage their technologies for personal fitness and medical devices ranging from heart rate and vital signs monitors, to blood glucose meters and wireless stethoscopes," said Gary Johnson, vice president of business development for medical devices, UBM TechInsights. "In order to protect, manage, and assert their intellectual property rights, companies require timely analysis of new products from a variety of relevant categories. Our medical electronics teardowns provide insights that help customers minimize the risks of costly litigation, lost revenue, and weakened market share."

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