Kellogg on Technology & Innovation
Ein Buch der Kellogg School of Management.
Geschrieben von renommierten Professoren.
"Kellog on Technology and Innovation" ist eine umfassende Betrachtung über innovative Technologien und ihre Konsequenzen für Unternehmens- und Finanzwelt.
Bei der Untersuchung der neuen Technologien gehen die Autoren ausschließlich von einer unternehmensbezogenen Perspektive aus.
Sie vermitteln dabei aber nicht nur einen Überblick über die vielversprechenden Verlockungen dieser Technologiebereiche, sondern geben auch eine fundierte Darstellung über gewinnbringende Geschäftschancen und potentielle Gewinne für Investoren, die sich aus der Kommerzialisierung dieser Technologien ergeben können.
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Section II BUSINESS MODELS AND MARKETS
Section III EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
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Sivu 27 - I returned, and saw under the sun, that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet riches to men of understanding, nor yet favour to men of skill ; but time and chance happeneth to them all.
Sivu 3 - ... huge amount of electronics, and a technology that exploits what I have often described as an exception to Murphy's Law. By making things smaller, everything gets better simultaneously. There is little need for tradeoffs. The speed of our products goes up, the power consumption goes down, system reliability, as we put more of the system on a chip, improves by leaps and bounds, but especially the cost of doing thing electronically drops as a result of the technology.
Sivu 283 - The Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) of the Department of Defense, created in February 1958, was the first organizational response to the challenge of Sputnik. This agency was directly in charge of the entire US space effort between the time of its creation and the activation of NASA in October 1958. When NASA was activated, ARPA turned over to the new agency Project Vanguard...
Sivu 262 - The principles of physics, as far as I can see, do not speak against the possibility of maneuvering things atom by atom. It is not an attempt to violate any laws; it is something, in principle, that can be done; but in practice, it has not been done because we are too big.
Sivu 260 - EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES CHAPTER 6 RECENT TRENDS IN NANOTECHNOLOGY Nanotechnology will make us healthy and wealthy. . . . In a few decades this emerging manufacturing technology will let us inexpensively arrange atoms and molecules in most of the ways permitted by physical law. It will let us make supercomputers that fit on the head of a pin and fleets of medical nanorobots smaller than a human cell able to eliminate cancer, infections, clogged arteries, and even old age. People will look back on this...
Sivu 262 - Today's manufacturing methods are very crude at the molecular level. Casting, grinding, milling, and even lithography move atoms in great thundering statistical herds. It's like trying to make things out of LEGO blocks with boxing gloves on your hands. Yes, you can push the LEGO blocks into great heaps and pile them up, but you can't really snap them together the way you'd like. In the future, nanotechnology will let us take off the boxing gloves. We'll be able to snap together the fundamental building...
Sivu 50 - ... best-in-class" network performance. Global Crossing, another major competitor in this market, projected the control of over 100,000 fiber-optic miles by the end of 2001. The company serves many of the world's largest corporations, providing a full range of managed-data/voice products. Global Crossing operates throughout the Americas, Europe, and the Asia/Pacific region and provides services in Asia through its subsidiary, Asia Global Crossing. The Global Crossing Network and its telecommunications...
Sivu 85 - Asia, which is benefiting from rapid subscriber growth in the People's Republic of China, the largest country in the world, with a population of more than 1.2 billion people.
Sivu 31 - ... Nonlinear Growth Humans cannot cope easily with exponential growth. This age-old fact can be appreciated by recalling the fable of the emperor of China, the peasant, and the chessboard. The peasant has done a favor for the emperor and may choose his reward. He says that he would wish simply to be given a single grain of rice on the first square of his chessboard and then twice as many grains on each succeeding square. Since that sounds simple, the emperor agrees. At the beginning, the board requires...