Device trends Altman Solon views as critical for product executives at telecom, media, and technology firms, as they determine their product roadmap for the next five to ten years.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has gone mainstream, and opportunities
The new CHIPS+ Act provides $52.7 billion aimed to boost semiconductor research, development, and production in the United States, ensuring the U.S. serves as a leader in the technology at the foundation of everything from automobiles to household appliances to defense systems.
While not new, the metaverse got significant media attention since the rebranding of Facebook into Meta in Fall 2021. Since then, everyone from large vendors to market watchers have weighed in on what defines the metaverse, how it will evolve over the coming years, and what organizations can and should consider in this dynamic market.
After experiencing market volatilities over the last two years during the global COVID-19 pandemic, the complex semiconductor industry is poised for sustained long-term growth over the next decade.
The Field Services Market: New “Normal” of Hybrid Work Drives the Quest for the “Ultimate Hybrid Work Bundle”
As hybrid and remote work becomes the "new normal" and employees' needs are changing, there is an opportunity for the field services market to forge new partnerships and reach new target customer segments with the "ultimate hybrid work-home bundle" of services and devices.
In this podcast discussion, Michael Gurau, Daniel Torras, and Matt Birtch dive into the 2022 Global Fintech Survey, emergent trends the team is watching in online banking, and four customer segments that were developed from survey findings.
From Unbanked to Cutting-Edge: The Opportunity for Telecom Providers to Expand Financial Accessibility in Emerging Markets
MFS is opening many doors for mobile providers while creating more transparency, affordability, and financial accessibility for consumers across emerging markets – particularly for those who have never previously participated in the financial system.
What does the future of the instruction set landscape look like as processors become increasingly complex?
In a recent conversation between Partners Michael Gurau, Jonathan Hurd, Soumen Ganguly, and Josh Zaretsky, the four discuss how GAMMA is driving this “non-ordinary competition” with examples in media, telecommunications, and technology verticals.