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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.

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Why AMD Has Been So Successful: Mark Papermaster

This week Mark Papermaster had a fireside chat with...

HP Builds an Advanced Cloud Workstation for the Metaverse

This week was NVIDIA’s GTC conference, and one of...

Does Meta Have a Death Wish?

There are times when I’m convinced that Meta (formerly...

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HP Buys Poly and Moves to Dominate Desktop Communications

HP has been making some interesting moves of late. The latest, to acquire Poly, is one of the most interesting, because unlike HP's more diverse peers that are expanding in all directions, HP is...

Ossia’s Wireless Power: The Most Revolutionary Technology You’ve Never Heard Of

Ossia is a fascinating company and technology. What Ossia sells is a wireless power solution that, unlike the inductive wireless technology currently being used for devices and electric cars, can transmit up to eight...

Intel’s Fab Moves in Europe Could Change Chip Industry

For much of the last two decades, the microprocessor market has been defined by companies divorcing themselves from manufacturing to focus solely on design and sales. But since the pandemic, and now the war in...

Wyebot: The Increasingly Automated Solution for Wireless Networking

We live in a wireless world, yet it often seems like the technology to manage that world lags significantly behind what we need to keep our people safe. I discovered a company this week called...

HP’s ExtendXR Service Gets an Early Lead on a Looming Metaverse Problem

When it comes to technological breakthroughs, we're often well into the deployment of the new technology before anyone figures out we need to manage all aspects of it. The metaverse will likely prove to...

Gelsinger May Need To Take Intel Private to Execute on Strategy

Intel had a big event last week during which CEO Pat Gelsinger presented his strategy to not only fix Intel but to make it so we never again have a catastrophic chip shortage. The plan...

Bigger Threats Put AMD-Intel Competition on Back Burner

Earlier this month, Pat Gelsinger, considered by many the most qualified CEO Intel has had since Andy Grove, made a provocative statement when asked about Intel's long-running competition with AMD: He replied that AMD...

Nvidia-Arm Deal Fails Apart But a Partnership Could Be in the Works

This week, Nvidia officially tossed in the towel on its proposed acquisition of Arm, as we speculated might happen when the deal ran into stiff opposition in the EU and U.S. (see Why Not...

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