TBR’s telecom predictions for 2019 indicate that 5G will enable Industry 4.0, which will spur revenue generation opportunities for service providers that provide the connectivity layer and value-added services to businesses — in the long run.
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“Bozhidar Hristov, senior analyst at Technology Business Research, US, told the daily that cyclical changes – driven by rising attrition, demand for professionals with skills in new technologies that can not only execute on traditional outsourcing projects but can also drive design-led opportunities – are compelling Indian vendors to hire again.”
“While the AI-centric strategy played to Google’s strengths, it didn’t help much with more boring workloads such as storage and website hosting that drive Amazon’s dominance and are the bulk of the cloud market. ‘They’ve been making the right moves and saying the right things, but it just hasn’t shown through in performance financially,’ says […]
While it is very likely he will stay with IBM for the year or so required and then retire, there is the possibility, and this is pure speculation, that IBM could be priming him to be a contender for the position of IBM CEO should Ginny look to retire soon. — Cassandra Mooshian, Senior Analyst
“With undergoing development, 5G technology is expected to get the show on the road by 2020. That can seem to be a long wait, but it still remains an ambitious timeline. According to Technology Business Research Inc., network operators are expected to spend billions of dollars on 5G capital expenses by 2030.”
For many of the pure-play government IT firms, Technology Business Research analyst Joey Cresta said the L-3 Harris transaction’s effects will not be significantly felt, but businesses that operate in certain areas of overlap with large platform players could see some impact. “It will certainly be a big deal for pockets of companies like Leidos […]
Joey Cresta, an analyst with Technology Business Research Inc. in Hampton, New Hampshire, who closely tracks the government services market, says that being known as an innovative company — and demonstrating a track record of such — will become even more critical moving forward. That’s because government contractors will be challenged to truly differentiate what […]
SAIC has now made their deal, so we can take them off the table as a buyer of scale. They have to digest Engility and make that combination work as the federal IT environment continues to change and change fast, as Technology Business Research public sector IT analyst Joey Cresta wrote in a research note […]
Joey Cresta, an analyst with Technology Business Research Inc. in Hampton, New Hampshire, who closely tracks the government services market, wonders if SAIC’s (NYSE: SAIC) deal for Engility — a marriage of two legacy companies providing systems engineering and technical assistance (SETA) services to the government — might signal the beginning of the end of […]
The proposed T-Mobile and Sprint merger would disrupt the cable and pay-TV industries. T-Mobile will try to cross sell its Layer3 TV video platform to combined customer base of over 125 million wireless subscribers. — Analyst Steve Vachon Full article