Global Report on

Technology and the Economy

 

19 Years Providing Weekly Foresight

 

The most accurate predictive report on technology and the global economy,

read by leaders in industry, finance, and government worldwide.

 

 SNS Subscriber Edition Volume 17, Issue 30 Week of August 11, 2014 

 

 

 

***SNS***

Hitting Their Own Walls:

The Telecom Struggle

 

 

 

In This Issue

 

 

Feature:

Hitting Their Own Walls:

The Telecom Struggle

Part I: Smartphones

Part II: Carrier Angst

 

Quotes of the Week

 

Takeout Window

The Verizon vs. AT&T

Wireless Maps

 

Upgrades and Numbers

IBM Makes the SNS PRP Chip!!!

Flat Lenses, Cool Optics

Forbes Sells Out, Part II

 

Ethermail

 

In Case You Missed It...

SNS Members Making News

 

Upcoming SNS Events & Media Links

 

In Other House News....

How to Subscribe

May I Share This Newsletter?

About SNS

About the Publisher

Where's Mark?

 

[Please open the attached .pdf for best viewing.]


"Your report was truly prophetic." - Dr. Dharmendra Modha, IBM Fellow and team leader behind the just-announced TrueNorth chip - the first instantiation of the SNS Pattern Recognition Processor. (See "Upgrades.")

 

___

 

Recommended Reading:

 

Chinese Industrial Espionage: Technology acquisition and military modernization; by William C. Hannas, James Mulvenon, and Anna B. Puglisi (Routledge, 2013).

 

This is the best book I have found on China's institutionalized, state-sponsored efforts in stealing crown jewel intellectual property from other nations. - mra.

 

 

Hitting Their Own Walls:

   The Telecom Struggle

 

 

Part I: Smartphones

 

A funny thing happened to South Korea's march toward total domination of the cellphone market: it ran into its own business model, on a much larger scale.

 

A decade or so ago, back when Samsung was No. 5 in the global market, members read here that it would soon become No. 1. Well, as anyone following the company's financials and press will already be aware, Samsung - and fellow South Korean handset makers LG and, in a different way, Pantech - has just run into a buzz saw called China.

 

Pan-who?

...



Member's please login to view the complete issue.

OR

Not a Member? Subscribe now to view the complete issue.