At ShareTracker, we have two passions, telecom and analytics, which makes us a reference in all segments of the quantitative telecom market research in the US. Over the years our passion has pushed us to provide unique products to the industry such as very granular mobile and broadband market share reporting called Flowshare, or detailed telecom appends for businesses used by all major telecom service providers. Now it is bringing us to better capture the actual trends of IoT usage within US consumers.
New products and services built on 1.3m business panel for market share and flow share for communications industry.
Ashland MO, [ST], July 17, 2017– ShareTracker, the largest Telecom market research company in the U.S., announces the new products and features included in their 3rd quarter release. ShareTracker now offers a new suite of Competitive Carrier Append products including Voice, Broadband and Managed Services that utilize new data sources and market research methodologies. This new competitive information builds upon our already best in class data products, offers […]
It’s 3am and I’m wide awake. I keep having this terrible nightmare. I’m at the county science fair and I’ve got this beautiful volcano that I built from the red clay I dug out of my backyard. I’ve got the vinegar/baking soda and I’m ready to rock. And then I glance over to the kid next to me and he’s built an autonomous car. Oh Sh&%! Let’s face it, adapting to rapid change is stressful.
Let’s just cut to the chase – The road to insolvency is paved with companies that chose not to innovate or did so too slowly. Innovation is the life’s blood of any company, but this is particularly true of technology companies. But innovation doesn’t end after an “aha moment” that gets your company started. It’s as important for a mature company as a startup. Titans of technology like Jeff Bezos and Larry Page often speak to this very circumstance.
An estimated 34 BILLION devices will be connected to the internet by 2020, according to a July, 2016 Business Insider article, up from the 10 billion connected in 2015. A vast majority of that growth (24 Billion units) will come from outside the traditional computing devices (smartphones, tablets, smartwatches), requiring Telecommunication providers to be highly flexible in network and business management. The IoT market will be littered with applications and devices meant to simplify the consumers’ lives, but will undoubtedly strain the supporting network infrastructures. […]
Here are the headlines that caught our eye this week to help you stay in-the-know on the latest and greatest news from the technology sector.
Stay tuned for our next “Friday Five” and find us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. “But soon, thanks to a concept called Hardware–as–a–Service (HaaS), we’ll have fewer of these regrets, because we’ll own fewer of these Things. Thanks to HaaS, the way individuals and businesses consume hardware products is changing.” […]