Commoditization

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Forbes  Sep 29  Comment 
John Fowler, Oracle's executive vice president of systems, says that with 10,000 systems sold, “we are moving from the technically astute early adopter to the broader population."
Forbes  Jun 25  Comment 
One thing that the multitude of storage price cuts we’ve seen in the past year or so has shown is that storage provision is rapidly becoming a commodity item. As Google, Microsoft, Box, Dropbox and others drop the price of storage, they bank on...
TechCrunch  Apr 7  Comment 
Over the last few weeks, all the major cloud providers announced large price drops for most of their services. Rackspace CTO John Engates said at the Cloud Factory conference in Banff, Canada, today, that this is yet another example of the...
Cloud Computing  Mar 25  Comment 
In the cloud storage industry, we talk a lot about “price wars.” Every 6 months or so, one of the major cloud storage providers drop their prices, and everyone else follows suit. Well guess what? Game over. Perhaps you’ve heard Google...
Cloud Computing  Nov 13  Comment 
According to a survey of HostingCon 2013 attendees, "price wars" continue to threaten the hosting industry, with 41 percent of respondents citing competitive cost cutting as their biggest potential profit-drain. Fear of IT commoditization was also...
EE Times  Nov 1  Comment 
Wireless and consumer chip maker CSR is hoping its drive to develop new location-based platforms will help it avoid the commoditization of its chip offerings. View the full article HERE.
Cloud Computing  Apr 21  Comment 
In the context of cloud computing we often mention the driving force behind many of its financial benefits is commoditization. Commoditization drives standardization which reduces costs of the product itself as well as the management systems...
EE Times  Apr 19  Comment 
From debatable audiophile psychoacoustics to the realizable goal of 40-Gbit/second mezzanine interfaces, the electromechanical innovations required to transfer charge efficiently and reliably are matched only by the questionable marketing...




 
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