As an attempt to strengthen its customer relationship, Motorola recently inaugurated an experiential retail store ‘Moto Hub’ in India. With this move, Motorola will be able tp provide its customers with an opportunity to experience the full portfolio and purchase Motorola products under one roof. The first six Moto Hubs have been launched at the following locations: -Great India Place, NOIDA -Logix Mall, NOIDA -Shipra Mall, Indirapuram -Xperia Mall, Dombivali, Mumbai -Korum Mall, Thane, Mumbai -Viviana Mall, Thane, Mumbai By the end of this financial year, the company aims at opening 50 Moto Hubs across the top tier towns in India. Housing all the device that exclusively available online, these one-stop-shops will showcase a complete portfolio of Motorola devices,.This includes Motorola accessories like on-ear and in-ear headphones, moto shells, covers etc. The company also provides various inaugural offers where the buyers will get a free Motorola accessories on the purchase of Motorola E, C and G series. The company will also provide a discount of 50% on MODS on the purchase of Moto Z2 play, along with easy EMI options to choose from. Sharing his thoughts at the inaugural event, the Managing Director of Motorola Mobility India, Sudhin Mathur said, “At Motorola, we understand our consumers’ needs and focus on providing them meaningful mobile experiences. We believe with the launch of this new retail channel ‘Moto Hub’, we are giving the customers an opportunity to get access to the complete Motorola portfolio, our technology and devices, in an environment that is more open, fun and very uniquely Motorola.”
Shutterfly is known as one of the world’s largest online retailer and manufacturer, providing image publishing services. HP Inc. recently announced that it has signed a five-year deal with Shutterfly, who has named HP as its preferred digital press provider. Last year, around the same time, Shutterfly had acquired a first phase of 25 HP Indigo 12000 Digital Presses, making its combined order the largest deal by far for HP Indigo. This five-year deal marks the biggest ever competitive win for HP Indigo, with Shutterfly’s decision to make HP its preferred digital press provider and replace presses from an existing vendor. Shutterfly has announced that it will use its new fleet of digital presses to produce a range of high-quality, personalized products and gifts including photo books, calendars, custom stationery, cards and keepsakes. The 29-inch format HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press will enable the production of these products through offset matching digital colour with true photo quality, high productivity, and wide versatility on an unmatched range of media including synthetic, metalized and canvas applications. Sharing his thoughts on the coveted deal, President of Imaging & Printing Business, HP Inc - Enrique Lores said, “We are seeing an incredible renaissance in digital printing. People click on what they like, but print what they love. The power of HP’s digital print technologies opens new markets, applications and possibilities for our top customers like Shutterfly”.
Reports suggest that Samsung Electronics will be investing approximately 2 trillion yen by 2021 in order to boost the flash memory production, at its factories in Korea. Samsung intends to secure the top position in the flash memory segment, while Toshiba is still in the process of selling its flash memory business unit— Toshiba Memory. Samsung will be investing in new product lines including its latest NAND type flash memory. The company's production capacity is expected to grow twice by 2021 with this additional investment. According to Research company, IHS Technology, in 2016, Samsung grabbed the top share in the flash memory market with 35.2%, followed by Toshiba 19.3%, Western Digital 15.5%, Micron Technology 12.0%, SK Hynix 10.1% and Intel 6.9% in terms of value.