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Apple's iPhone revenue is bigger than any other tech company's total revenue

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Apple is expected to unveil its next iPhone tomorrow. If that sounds anticlimactic to you after 8 years of iPhone releases, here's a reminder of why it's such a big deal. According to this chart compiled by Statista, Apple booked more revenue from iPhone sales last quarter than any other tech company booked in total. The iPhone business is so big, it outstripped the two largest ad-supported online companies — Google and Facebook — by more than $10 billion in sales last quarter.


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Philippe J DEWOST's curator insight, September 8, 2015 1:48 PM
Apple iPhone Business in context.
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Chinese Government’s Driving Cloud Computing, Looking to Surpass Developed Countries

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China has the potential to surpass developed countries in terms of boosting cloud computing industry. The government's efforts, particularly the "Internet Plus" plan, is significant in the industry's growth domestically.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, August 28, 2015 10:44 AM

Please understand that when you read this article, that you are reading the promotional materials of the Chinese government, trying to make a play for the larger IoT space that Western capitalistic MNC's already own.  China wants to own a large piece of that IoT pie, up to you whether or not you believe them, in any event they are not letting the IoT, cloud computing or anything related to this 3rd wave of IT pass them by:  "The "Internet Plus" scheme, as noted by Premier Li Keqiang, entails the integration of modern manufacturing with the Internet of Things, big data, mobile Internet and cloud computing.   According to Zhao Yi, an associate researcher at the Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China's fast growth and breakthroughs in the cloud computing industry is attributed to breaking the monopolistic positions of the U.S. and Europe.   Zhao added that the industry will still go far, as many other industries--banking, game and telecom, among others--need cloud platforms for further growth.   It was in 2008 when China began exploring cloud computing. And for Huawei's cloud computing marketing director Zhang Jianhua, the country's basic education on this industry, coupled with the quick spread of the Internet, has laid a solid foundation for cloud computing development.  Zhang also cited that China now has the same level as the world in terms of global fundamental technologies for cloud computing.  Government statistics show that for the first half of this year, the country posted the fastest growth of information technology, big data and cloud computing industries: 22.1%.  For several analysts, cloud computing will become one of the main driving forces for China to speed up its economic development.

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Bouygues Telecom signe avec Skype - Directgestion.com

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Bouygues Telecom signe avec Skype
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Ce partenariat stratégique leur permettra d'exploiter comme jamais la richesse de l'expérience Skype grâce à la performance du futur réseau 4G LTE de Bouygues Teleco .
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How the IoT Is Shaping the Sensor Market

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And vice versa. Particularly in the industrial space, increasing connectivity is driving sensor growth, but sensor innovation is also creating big...

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Richard Platt's curator insight, August 28, 2015 9:51 AM

The $85 billion sensor market has grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 7.5 percent over the past three years, points out Denver-based investment banking firm Headwaters. That’s expected to grow to more than $115 billion by 2019, with 7.3 percent CAGR.   More sensors are showing up in the automotive industry (with connected and self-driving cars creating a huge demand) and healthcare applications (health monitoring and medical diagnostics being key), but nowhere is demand more significant than in the industrial space, accounting for more than a third of the sensor market.   IIoT is expected to stimulate huge demand for sensors, the Headwaters report says, pointing to industrial data that’s expected to double within the next 10 years. And given the domain expertise of industrial players, IIoT technology should see higher-margin growth opportunities.  As a more mature end market, industrial applications focus more on high-end rather than high-volume production, Headwaters notes, with demand for sensors that can be used in harsh environments with high reliability, precision and miniaturization. And as machine-to-machine (M2M) communications becomes more sophisticated, sensors are helping to enable predictive maintenance, asset monitoring and data analytics for production efficiency gains.   In process automation, systems for process control, process safety, operations management and asset optimization call for the increased use of sensors for measurement and analytical instrumentation, plus control for industrial settings, Headwaters reports. “The recurring theme of integrating multiple sensor technologies with software analytics will enhance the speed and precision of the information flow driving production performance, reliability and safety,” the report says. “The result is an improved cost structure and work environment leading to superior products or processes.”

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3 façons de dissiper les incompréhensions entre Business et IT ...

3 façons de dissiper les incompréhensions entre Business et IT ... | My MDE Business | Scoop.it
Les innovations technologiques peuvent souvent être stoppées net du fait d'un manque de confiance partagée entre l'IT et ceux qui tiennent les rênes du Business. Souvent ces incompréhensions - qui débouchent sur un entachement de la ...
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