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TIRIAS Research is a high-tech research and advisory firm, an independent third-party resource to high-tech companies.
TIRIAS Research is a high-tech research and advisory firm, an independent third-party resource to high-tech companies.

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Fear mongering about killer robots and the recent deaths connected with Uber and Tesla autonomous vehicles have rekindled concerns about artificial intelligence in the machines around us. We are well beyond answering Alan Turing's question, "can machines think?" There is now good reason to ask how we should think of AI, and what we should expect from it.
by Principal Analyst Jim McGregor in Tech News World
https://www.technewsworld.com/story/85269.html
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"I think there is a double threat to Intel. Intel will also likely lose Apple's modem business once Apple integrates a modem into its mobile SoCs, which will likely be in the same time frame. Transitioning off Intel x86 processors is no easy task, but Apple has time to ensure they do it right. And with the software expertise Apple has, I have no doubt that they can do it."
-Principal Analyst Jim McGregor quoted in EE Times
https://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1333150
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New whitepaper on the #InstantaneousCloud: Mobile #AugmentedReality & #VirtualReality via encoding over #5G networks https://buff.ly/2FFw46X by Simon Simon Solotko for NGCodec
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“If I had to judge it today, I would say there is probably an 85 percent or higher likelihood that the Broadcom deal is going to pass. But if the NXP deal closes, it brings it down to a 50-50 shot.”
- Principal Analyst Jim McGregor re Qualcomm quoted in The San Diego Union-Tribune https://buff.ly/2olouHd
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.@Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies (QDT) may have improved server TCO With @Arm https://buff.ly/2Hzwnk7 via @ForbesTech #Datacenter #QualcommCentriq
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How do @Arm-based servers perform on real-world benchmarks from @HipHopVM @RedisLabs & SPEC? Principal Analyst @paulrteich evaluates @Qualcomm's results for #QualcommCentriq-based server performance & power consumption in 3 new papers https://buff.ly/2ocCXVs #datacenter #tco
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"5G will deliver the combination of low latency and high bandwidth required for VR.
The computing architecture behind the wireless network needs to be designed for VR if imagined contextual user experiences like AR and smart notifications are to materialize.
At Huawei, Ericsson, Deutsche Telekom, and AT&T, teams are investigating how to construct the network and the potentially massive computing infrastructure that must be available on demand to deliver these services.
At Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Tencent, Baidu, and Alibaba teams are trying to figure out if an arrangement with network providers is possible, or whether they will need to drive or acquire their own network."
TIRIAS Research AR/VR Analyst Simon Solotko's latest article in Upload VR
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"Siri has not kept pace with Alexa & Google Assistant in capabilities"
-Principal Analyst Kevin Krewell quoted in Tech News World
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TIRIAS Research Principal Analyst Kevin Krewell says Arm server chip startup Ampere has potential for success.
“They have a solid product," he said. "Over 3 GHz is a good clock speed and 125 watts is very efficient. It’s got good price, performance and power. With the new design team and the new management team, they have a reasonable chance.” quoted in Data Center Knowledge
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"Services that constantly listen to speech patterns and responses use that information to build a more intelligent engine, observed Paul Teich, principal analyst at Tirias Research. 'The business challenge is that most people don't understand the privacy implications of smart speakers well enough to put up with what will rapidly become a sub-par experience,' he told LinuxInsider."
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