Monday, March 8, 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.

Anticipating The Coming Wave Of AI Enhanced PCs

This week Intel, NVIDIA, and Qualcomm had coming-out parties for their most potent PC technologies. Intel and Qualcomm had comprehensive solutions while NVIDIA focused on graphics cards....

The Windows 95 25th Anniversary: Remembering The Best Tech Product Launch In History

This week was the 25th anniversary of the launch of a product that changed my life, Windows 95. The product not only changed the trajectory of personal...

How The Pandemic Is Accelerating The Move To The Cloud

The shift to working from home was made very suddenly and without the needed lead time to figure out what the best solution should have been.  This...

The Critical Nature Of IBM’s NLP (Natural Language Processing) Effort

There is a certain irony to calling technology like NLP (Natural Language Processing) by its acronym. This irony is because the technology is designed to be a...

Why AI Is Overhyped?

Artificial intelligence, like any new technology, goes through phases that are called the “hype cycle.” They begin with the technology trigger. You have a peak of over...

The Promise And Problem With NVIDIA’s AI Performance Benchmark Dominance

MLPerf is the definitive performance benchmark for Artificial Intelligence. The latest set of competitive performance benchmarks were released this week, and NVIDIA so dominated the benchmarks they...

IBM Changes The Game For Financial Services

IBM has recently upped their game significantly in financial services. One of their most insightful moves was to put an executive with deep banking experience, Howard Boville,...

The Twitter Breach: How AI Could Be Used To Fix Twitter (and Facebook)

I was surprised this week with the news that several Twitter celebrity accounts were compromised and used in a common Cryptocurrency scam.   Speculation on how this happened,...

The Birth Of The Cloud-Enabled Hybrid-AI Robotics Platform

I continue to think that Robots are the next big technology trend.  The COVID-19 event seems to make this even more likely because of the need to...

IBM Changes The Game On Supercomputing

IBM just lost the number one spot on the top 500 supercomputer list to Japan and ARM. You’d think they’d be upset.   But they aren’t because they have...

IBM Rolls Out Watson Works Anticipating The End Of Work From Home

While a lot of companies are permanently shifting to more of a work at home model, enough aren't, resulting in some rather dire traffic predictions.   Those making...

AI And The IBM Facial Recognition Shut Down

One of the initial leaders in Facial Recognition was IBM and, their initial experience (much of it bad), with the technology, helped the company understand the problems...

Latest Articles

Microsoft And the AI Approach...

At Microsoft Ignite this year, Mitra Azizirad, Microsoft’s Corporate VP of AI and Innovation, gave one of the most exciting presentations. She opened with...

Data Analytics Infrastructure: Current Trends

Please join us for a wide ranging conversation: Register for the video webinar, on March 5, at 11 AM. Bring your questions for the...

The Logic Behind IBM’s Watson...

I’ve been following and fascinated by IBM’s advanced enterprise artificial intelligence platform named Watson since the very start. When it started, the very first implementation...

Data Governance Best Practices

The average employee may not be wildly excited about data governance. The term may seem dry, perhaps vague, probably really complicated. It has something...