The leading analog semiconductor company Avago Technologies is all set to buy its competitor Broadcom for $37 billion in cash and stock, merging two leaders in wireless and wired communication semiconductors.
This news has rocked the technology world as it is seen as the biggest chip deal in the history according to the data compiled by Bloomberg.
AthenaIs innovation relevant while pursuing growth by acquisitions?
A few days back I visited my Bank’s ATM (Automated Teller Machine), which is around 8 miles from my office. I decided not to let go of my favorite parking space (under the shade of the tree, where my car would not get too hot in the summer) and instead to take an Uber to the ATM.
As I was waiting for my Uber, a thought struck me, what if there is an Uber business model for the banks? Do I really need to go to the bank or the ATM? Can we take the financial services beyond the banks? Yes, with e-banking and mobile banking, most of our banking needs are satisfied at home, yet we still do need to go to the banks and the ATMs for other services.
At Antra, we get excited about technologies that drive innovation in making electric cars and we strive to enable the enterprises with tools and resources to support the innovation and shape further newer ideas. We always love to talk about the changes that these innovative companies bring in and get a flash of inspiration.
One of our clients who happen to work with an electric automaker recently initiated a conversation about a popular topic these days, how the automobile industry is being disrupted and how the electric and hybrid cars such as Tesla, Nissan Leaf, Chevy, and Ford are changing the consumer world.
This conversation has inspired a transformation thought – “World with only electric cars” – triggering in detail on some obvious changes, pros, and cons of electric vehicles.
In this article, we are presenting some fundamental information gathered to discuss what changes we ought to see today and expect to see tomorrow. Read on.
AthenaA World Of Only Electric Cars, Is It Going To Be A Real Game-Changer?
THIS IS THE CONTINUATION OF OUR PREVIOUS POST – A WORLD OF ONLY ELECTRICALLY CHARGED CARS, IS IT GOING TO BE A REAL GAME-CHANGER? WELL, IN PART 1 OF THE POST, WE HAVE PRESENTED SOME OBVIOUS CHANGES IN THE INDUSTRY IF ALL THE CARS IN THE US WERE ELECTRIC. IN THIS POST 2, WE BRING THE TOPIC TO A CLOSE BY ANALYZING THOSE CHANGES AND BY UNDERSTANDING THE ADAPTATION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN A BIGGER PICTURE.
AthenaElectric Cars Part 2: A Complete Switch over To Electrically Charged Cars – What Would The World Be Like?
The Internet has changed we live in our homes. Yes, we are talking about smart home automation and IoT (Internet of things). Kicked off with the Bluetooth connectivity, smart home automation has garnered a significant attention for its wide range of innovative approaches and smart home solutions that make a person’s life much easier. And here we will see among Amazon or Google who’s winning in Smart Home Automation Technology?
There have been continuous improvements made to home automation category in the meanwhile, which radically changed the way users live in today’s world.
AthenaHome Automation: Amazon Is Leading, But Is Google On Pace To Compete?
“Disintermediation” is the defining feature of the digital age. Innovative technologies are making the middlemen obsolete. I still remember my father opening his encyclopedia when I asked him a question that stumped him.
I don’t think my children would ask me anything. In fact, they will quote all the information from the likes of Wikipedia, Answers.com, ehow, and so on. Wikipedia was a pioneer in disintermediating the encyclopedia.
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