Monthly Archives: July 2007

Converged Networks, Value Chain Dynamics and the Value enhancement dilemma -4

In my previous post, I added an article about Amazons elastic cloud which will help many organizations/people/entities do put in their business innovations to use on the Internet.  I’ve got some pictures which try to depict how the Big Dad, AKA, … Continue reading

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Converged Networks, Value Chain Dynamics and the Value enhancement dilemma -3

The myriad of opportunities seems to get bigger and bigger.  While looking at the bit/byte thing in the various value chains, I came across this great article written by Baris Karadogan at his blog.  He cites an analogy from the fabless … Continue reading

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Oracles SMB Attack: The Killer B Segment

  Attended an Oracle webinar on how to position solutions for the SMB market and the post below shows some highlights: The webinar helped me learn about 2 aspects of Oracles strategy to win new markets. Targeting the Professional services … Continue reading

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Converged Networks, Value Chain Dynamics and the Value enhancement dilemma -2

So, why am I looking at just the market segmentation for carriers?  The answer lies in the fact that when looked as an economic identity with a flow of commerce between the players the scene looks something like this:   … Continue reading

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Converged Networks, Value Chain Dynamics and the Value enhancement dilemma -1

Long time with a shift in the place I work, the customers I target and a different employer having a potpourri of stuff to offer in a very strange market place. I need to be using a different mind-set while understanding where … Continue reading

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