Digital Transformation Digest: Mobile World Congress and 5G, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Google Assistant Gets A Boost

All Eyes On Mobile World Congress and 5G The annual Mobile World Congress #MWC18 kicked off Monday in Barcelona with the 5G standard front and center in all discussions.  With the main 5G architectural standards agreed upon by 3GPP in December 2017, the industry gains a service based architecture, common core network, network slicing, and […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on February 26, 2018


Quips: The Long Tail On Intel’s Latest Earnings

Latest Earnings Reflect Macro Trends In PC Shipments, Data Center Growth, and IOT Industry bellwether, Intel, reported earnings per share of 41 cents versus 38 cents per share year over year.  Revenue came in flat at $12.78 billion versus $12.76 billion. The continued secular PC slump and late entry into mobile chips still drives into […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on April 14, 2015


News Analysis: Acquisition Of Fiberlink Fills Key Gap In IBM’s One-Stop Mobile First Strategy

IBM Acquires Fiberlink (MaaS360) For Mobile Management And Security On November 13th, Blue Bell, PA based Fiberlink Communications signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Armonk, NY based IBM for an undisclosed sum.  Fiberlink has over 3500 clients in key verticals such as financial, retail, public sector, education, and healthcare.  IBM expects to close […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on November 25, 2013

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Event Report: Sapphire 2010 Brings Customers Back To A Sense Of Normalcy

(Credit: R “Ray” Wang, Insider Associates, LLC) Co CEO’s Stabilize The Company Both SAP Co-CEO’s Bill McDermott (Orlando) and Jim Hagemann Snabe (Frankfurt) took stage on May 18, 2010, in a simulcasted keynote.  While Bill highlighted SAP’s future vision and commitment to customers, Jim focused on communicating the SAP product strategy to match the corporate […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on May 18, 2010


Monday’s Musings: Will Tech Vendors Without Credit Lines Survive The Financial Crisis?

Let’s hope the government finds the most equitable and expeditious solution to the current financial crisis.  Without access to credit lines, enterprises lack the financial means to respond to the current economic downturn by transitioning their legacy systems and transforming their business processes.  Tech vendors who lack vendor led financing options will be the most […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on September 29, 2008