Sunday, July 3, 2022

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.

NVIDIA’s OVX and the Misconception of Digital Twins

We saw our first glimpse of what a true digital twin could be at NVIDIA’s GTC last month. For many of us, it cleared up a misconception we did not know we...

Blending AI Announcements From NVIDIA’s GTC

NVIDIA made a series of announcements and presentations this week at its latest GTC event (the keynote is worth watching). I had a chance to briefly chat with one of my favorite...

NVIDIA’s GTC: The Future of Applied AI

I do a number of panels a month for the World Talent Economy Forum, in which we regularly argue about whether artificial intelligence (AI) is an appropriate name, real, and whether it...

The Advantage of IBM’s Research and Lab Efforts  

IBM is one of the last companies with a formal research unit and worldwide labs working on a variety of tasks. IBM recently gave a briefing on how to optimize endpoint computing...

Using Applied AI to Fix Political Fundraising and Telesales

Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used in sales with the promise to significantly improve the effectiveness of automated sales tools.  I was in a Facebook discussion recently about just how bad the fundraising...

Datagen and Creating Smarter AIs with Synthetic Data

One of the initial tasks artificial intelligence (AI) failed miserably at was facial recognition. It was so bad that it has created a significant grassroots effort to block all facial recognition, and...

The Primary Reasons Digital Transformation Efforts Fail

A recent report by IDG showcases that while 90% of digital transformation efforts have accelerated over the last 18 months, 89% of IT leaders said these efforts are constrained by existing infrastructure...

Why There Will be a Multiverse of Metaverses

One of the misconceptions surrounding the creation of the metaverse is that it will become a better form of the internet, and there will be just one. But there isn’t just one...

The Big IT Lesson From SoFi Stadium: The Power of Strong Customer Advocacy

Thanks to the Super Bowl, the L.A. Rams are trending, and, coincidently, Cisco recently held a briefing on their IT work on SoFi Stadium.  This stadium is a standing demonstration of how to...

IBM’s Earnings Show Advantages of Shifting Away From Hardware

IBM is a company designed to survive market changes and the kinds of problems that stifle much of the tech industry today.  Before he left the company, Thomas Watson Jr. articulated a strategy...

AMD’s Mark Papermaster and How to Hire an Experienced Executive

AMD is currently doing very well, but when CTO and EVP Mark Papermaster came on board, the company was in a different position.  Papermaster, who was previously at Cisco, Apple, and IBM, could...

Why NVIDIA Has Become a Leader in the AI Market

Whether you are talking about autonomous cars, drones, robots, or static advanced artificial intelligence (AI) systems and supercomputers, NVIDIA is usually the one constant across those AI segments. Even IBM, which is...

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