Monday, September 20, 2021

Rob Enderle

As President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Group, Rob provides regional and global companies with guidance in how to create credible dialogue with the market, target customer needs, create new business opportunities, anticipate technology changes, select vendors and products, and practice zero dollar marketing. For over 20 years Rob has worked for and with companies like Microsoft, HP, IBM, Dell, Toshiba, Gateway, Sony, USAA, Texas Instruments, AMD, Intel, Credit Suisse First Boston, ROLM, and Siemens.

IBM Moves to Step Out From the Pack With Quantum and Power10

IBM recently held two briefings on their Power10 processor and Power E-1080 server and their Partner Ecosystem, which is one of the richest in the market.  For Power10, they had Pfizer talk...

AI Should Focus More on Education, Law Enforcement, and Accounting

I was doing a program with the World Talent Economic Forum (WTEF) on conversational artificial intelligence (AI) and how it is focused on telesales as an interactive voice response (IVR) replacement.  I argued...

How AI Can Run Internal Audits

I watched the movie “The Accountant” recently, and it brought back memories of running a special tiger team internal audit effort at a tech enterprise. The concept our then CFO had in creating...

Could AI Make Events Like CES Viable Again?

Large-scale events like CES aren't working virtually right now.  The reason is that video conferencing tools, and especially those designed to scale to significant events, don't address the reason most go to these...

Rethinking Our AI Priorities in the Face of a More Dangerous World

Artificial intelligence (AI) is either our best path to a better tomorrow or the harbinger of an apocalypse, depending on who is talking about it.   Both paths are viable, and I’m increasingly becoming...

The Killer AI Application for the Multiverse

At SIGGRAPH this week, we’ll finally get to see the massive amount of work being done to create the Multiverse: tens of thousands of developers, thousands of companies, a deep dive into...

Intel’s Path To Recovery: Impressive Progress and New Risks 

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger spoke about several exciting initiatives this week that should return Intel to its once almost untouchable position at the top of the microprocessor food chain. However, they and everyone...

Qualcomm Hybrid AI And Our Deepening Relationship With Technology

Qualcomm provided an overview last week of what they’re anticipating as we roll out products that use Qualcomm’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology, coupled with the rollout of 5G.   While you might think that...

Nadella’s Warning at Microsoft Inspire 2021:  Every Company Will Need to be a Tech Company

Microsoft Inspire is Microsoft’s big partner conference, and I’m beginning to wonder if these things make sense anymore. The reason is that with the advancements like Microsoft Teams, it is becoming far...

The Canceled JEDI Contract Made No Economic or Security Sense

I used to do consulting with government accounts, and one of their recurring problems was they would hire some recent college grads and start trying to do trendy things without thinking them...

IBM and AI Experience

I was on a call with IBM research this week talking about how IBM is deploying artificial intelligence (AI). The company remains one of the most knowledgeable vendors in their class.  Earlier this...

NVIDIA’s Isaac Sim: Preparing for the Coming Age Of Robotics

When NVIDIA started to move aggressively toward autonomous cars, they also built a foundation for autonomous robots of every kind.  At Dell Technologies World a few years back, they had a session on...

Latest Articles