We have been doing a lot of work on the Internet of Things (IoT) lately across a number of engagements. And in all of these, a common thread that emerges […]
Intel has been in the news lately, largely because of its CEO transition, which gives the impression of a company in turmoil. In truth, the root of Intel’s problems lay […]
I have had a few conversations last week about the future of Telecom Operators. It started when Benedict Evans trolling Twitter with this comment: Benedict Evans (@BenedictEvans) 2/1/16, 6:13 PM The […]
CES 2016 It is that time of year again. The annual technology conference which everyone loves to hate. Last year I laid out my strategy for approaching mega trade shows […]
In my post looking at all the good that Microsoft did for Nokia Networks, I touched on a subject that I want to explore further- the wireless infrastructure market. I […]
This morning, Microsoft announced that it was shutting down what was left of Nokia. There has been a ton written today about the strategic, personal, historical and branding implications of […]
Qualcomm announced a settlement of the NDRC China investigation. The very dense press release raises as many questions as it answers. Bad news: a 46% reduction in royalty rates. Good news: lots of friends in China, audit rights and the ability to charge royalties for TD phones. Hard to fully gauge, but seems like a net positive.