Monday, July 4, 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 Addresses Supply Chain Issues With AI Autonomous Robot and Vehicle Solutions

While CES is an event that mostly focuses on the consumer market, over time there have been an increasing number of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics announcements during the event. One of...

Lenovo VR Classroom 2: Optimizing a Tool Rather Than Limiting the Disruption

The latest briefing I took was on Lenovo’s VR Classroom 2. It highlights the rarer of two approaches to applying new technology to an old problem.  The most common approach is to try...

The Metaverse is Overhyped; But by 2050, AI Will Make It Real

There is no doubt that the concept of the metaverse is being overhyped. People are talking about it as if it exists. But the truth is it is not even well-defined …...

The Strategic Advantage of Intel Taking Mobileye Public

When it comes to autonomous cars, Intel is in the hunt but it's facing strong competition from NVIDIA and Qualcomm solutions. This is due to two factors. First, even though Intel was early...

IBM’s Causal Inference 360: A Possible Solution to the Bias Problem With AI at Edge

I’m at Qualcomm’s annual analyst event in California this week, and they have been talking about their solution for artificial intelligence (AI) at the edge. But edge AI has one huge problem...

Why Neuromorphic Computing Isn’t on the Critical Path to General AI

Neuromorphic computing, a concept that attempts to duplicate the human brain in an artificial intelligence (AI) construct, has proven to be an elusive concept to execute. A neuromorphic computer joins sub-components comprised...

The IBM Kyndryl Spin-Off:  When Separation Makes Sense

Typically, we focus more on acquisitions than we do spin-offs, but I’ve found that spin-offs are often far more successful than acquisitions if they are done right. Acquisitions typically put together two companies...

Microsoft Aims to Turn App Users Into Programmers With NLP AI

Microsoft recently held its annual Ignite conference, demonstrating why Microsoft is now the most valuable company globally.  From the production quality of the event to how it showcased some impressive work on diversity...

Intel Reaches Out to Developer Community at Innovation Conference

Intel recently held its Innovation conference (IntelON). This conference effectively reboots its old Intel Developer Conference (IDF). Intel faced three serious issues in bringing this conference back. First, when the company gave IDF...

Why the Hybrid Cloud’s Luster is Fading

Before the pandemic, hybrid cloud was the new high-profile, industry-wide effort, along with digital transformation — but coming after the big data and analytics waves. Hybrid's On-premises Tie While digital transformation appeared to accelerate...

Dell APEX and Why the Industry is Pivoting to Services Model

Dell held its Tech Summit recently and again highlighted its APEX Cloud Services. This initiative revisits an incredibly successful model at beginning of the IT market that died out due to a move...

Quantum AI: Are We Ready?

Miles Tayler, senior fellow at the R Street Institute, recently moderated a fascinating panel on quantum computing.  Several others were with him on the panel: Chris Fall, Ph.D., senior adviser, president's office, Center...

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