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Microsoft & Intel: The Evolving WinTel Relationship

July 5, 2012 – | Comments Off176 views

Lots of interesting developments in the evolving Microsoft – Intel relationship. In the past the WinTel dominance was widely acknowledged, with PC refreshes every 3 years or so driving profits at both firms. Now fast forward to 2012.Intel is facing fierce competition from ARM, whose historical strength in cell phones and handheld/smartphone/tablet devices now presents a major competitive threat against …

Prediction from Angelbeat 2012: Telephone/Handset Sales Will Drop Sharply by 2020, driven by BYOD

February 19, 2012 – | One Comment | 228 views

It seems clear that bring-your-own-device (byod) initiatives are being rapidly embraced by IT executives, who will increasingly spend money on thin client/VDI solutions and middleware software platforms to support consumer devices in the enterprise. Good news if you sell these solutions, potentially tricky for Microsoft and Intel who have grown accustomed to the 3-4 PC refresh over the past ten …

About CEO – Ron Gerber

January 3, 2012 – | Comments Off1 views

Ronald J. Gerber is the CEO of Angelbeat, Founder of Gerber & Company, and serves on the Board of Directors and is a former President of the Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York. Angelbeat has held over 750 technology symposiums on throughout North America since its founding in 1999. Angelbeat is the largest technology event company in North …

Intel Angelbeat Testimonial

August 3, 2011 – | Comments Off1 views

IBM 1970, Apple 2010: The Value of Closed Systems

May 6, 2010 – | Comments Off88 views

IBM achieved tremendous success in the 1970′s by creating a closed and highly integrated mainframe architecture, controlling all IT elements including chip-sets, hardware, terminals, middle-ware, application software, network connections, etc. Now look at Apple. Their strategy of controlling hardware design and underlying software worked great with the iMac. With the recent expansion into displaying mobile advertisements, designing iPad chip-sets and …