5 chip companies revisited – With elevated stock prices and cheap debt the large companies have the means to further consolidate the industry. But this time even the biggest companies may be targets.
Edge Computing could be a sizable market for some companies. However, it does not need fancy new technologies or hardware so much as it needs solutions tailored to specific use cases and industries.
Intel Follow-Up – Data Centers are no longer the Intel stronghold they once were. AMD has gained share, the big customers are designing their own chips, and suddenly owning the CPU is no longer the strategic high ground it once was.
Chip companies cannot build software products, but they can build software enablers, and through those differentiate their chips.
The Journal reported yesterday that Broadcom has put its wireless business unit up for sale. If it comes to pass, this has some big implications for the wireless components industry. […]
The Core Network is a deeply esoteric side of the 5G standard, but there are big changes coming there. Intel’s moves in the field could pressure Qualcomm’s role in the standards process.
In our last post we examined the potential for there being no 5G iPhone until 2021. Here, we want to dig into why that may happen and what options Apple […]
There is some news out of Intel yesterday, and an even more interesting rumor. The news is that they have chosen a new CEO. We do not know Mr. Swan, […]
Last month Apple announced that it was building several new campuses. The media focus was on what appears to be the company’s major campus in Austin, but we noticed they […]
In our last post we lamented the fact that Apple has discontinued the reporting of its unit shipment numbers. In that post we pointed out that Apple has done this in […]