Who benefits from Huawei’s predicament? – Foreign and domestics competitors win, foreign suppliers see little change, customers lose a supplier, but the biggest losers are China’s aspiring component vendors.
What if you threw a WAN Party on no one logged on? Cloud gaming sounds great on paper, but the details matter. Candy Crush does not need it, and Call of Duty does not want it. How are we going to get it all to work?
Anarchy in the OS – Revisited – The way we think of computers has changed. The days of compatibility and common operating systems are over. Low cost hardware and bandwidth will fragment the way we think of computers until they largely disappear.
We published our latest newsletter today with our thoughts on CES 2020. The excerpt below is the front page of that note. Please drop us a line if you would […]
There is a lot of discussion lately about “Edge Data Centers”. It is one of those topics that crosses all sorts of boundaries and pops up in conversation in a […]
We published our newsletter this morning – the 24th issue of D2D – with a look at some highlights to CES. Below is the overview of the piece. Please let […]
I have written a lot about Internet of Things (IoT) lately, but I have largely focused on industrial and other non-consumer uses for the concept. My view is that IoT […]
I had an interesting e-mail exchange with an old friend recently on the topic of Virtual Reality. That forced me to forced me to clarify my thinking on the subject, […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) is shaping up to be complicated. I have touched on this before. And here. And here. (The list goes on.) I have made a case that […]
I have gotten a fair amount of feedback on my notes from earlier in the week. I am poking holes in a lot of growth stories, which has provoked a […]