Perspectives Informing our Technology
Digital Experience objectives are increasingly informing communication service provider market and technology strategies. In parallel, market leading digital first companies such as Amazon and Paypal have driven consensus around the...
In my earlier two blogs I looked at the increasing opportunity for vertical database technology and why telco databases present unique challenges. In this final blog in the series, I want to talk about the database we’ve built at...
In my earlier blog, I looked at the rise of vertical-optimized databases. In this one I want to take a deep dive on the unique requirements that Telco’s place on their database technology. Telco’s rely heavily on databases for many...
“I believe that “one size does not fit all”… in every vertical market I can think of, there is a way to beat legacy relational DBMSs by 1-2 orders of magnitude.” – Michael Stonebraker, Database Guru, Founder...
Hosts: Dave Labuda – Founder, CEO & CTO, MATRIXX Matt Aslett – Research Director, Data Platforms and Analytics, 451 Research In this session, recorded live, Dave Labuda and Matt Aslett discuss the fast changing...
Why the operating model matters? In my experience digital can represent a range of capabilities, both technical and commercial. Hence in an effort to not figuratively “boil the ocean” this piece takes an outside-in approach by...
You’re merging onto the highway, you can see from the on-ramp the steady flow of cars at 65 mph (105 kph), you hit the gas to speed up with traffic, and oh <expletive> – you are all of a sudden stuck at 35 mph (56...
Some time ago I saw a competitor’s video for a mobile app experience. In the story, a parent has ‘shared’ some SMS messages with a child, and the child’s SMS balance runs out. Using the app, the child requests some more SMS from their...
Bimodal (aka 2 Speed) IT is the practice of managing two separate modes of IT delivery, one focused on maintaining the legacy status-quo and the other on agility and time-to-market for new digital services and channels. The basic...
Imagine an Alice in Wonderland world where you pay for music based on the number of notes. If you run out of credit, no more notes or maybe the sharps and flats get throttled. Or paying for my trusty Economist by the word but...
Last year I wrote about the Apple-SIM and how in many ways it was testing the water for the later introduction of soft-SIMs. iPads were ideal as a test ground: they had low take up of cellular services anyway, and there was...