Monthly Archives: March 2013

Big Data = Big Business Opportunities

Big Data is beyond the ability of commonly used software tools used to captures, manage and process the data. Example sources include social networking data, Internet text and documents, Internet search indexing, call detail records, astronomy, atmospheric science, genomics, biogeochemical, … Continue reading

Posted in Analytics, Big Data, Internet of Things | Leave a comment

Big Data in Mobile Commerce/Marketing

With the introduction of Near Field Communication (NFC) and LTE in the telecommunication market, data management will increasingly become a big challenge for operators.  However, Big Data in mobile commerce has big opportunities.  Imagine that you’ll be able to know … Continue reading

Posted in Big Data, Mobile Commerce and Marketing | Leave a comment

Casual Mobile Gaming vs. Consoles

Who will win the war for gaming revenue in Casual Gaming vs. Consoles? First, what is “Casual Gaming”?  The term has originated from the notion of people using browser based games (which are typically free or “freemium” games) on a … Continue reading

Posted in Entertainment | Leave a comment

China Mobile and TD-LTE Deployment

As spectrum becomes available around the world, operators are looking at 4G/LTE (Long Term Evolution) as the next major network upgrade to add capacity and lower operating costs.  LTE can be deployed in existing 2G or 3G bands, and in … Continue reading

Posted in LTE, Wireless Carriers | Leave a comment

Software-defined Networking (SDN)

OpenFlow is the first standard communications interface defined between the controls and forwarding layers of SDN architecture. It mainly allows direct access and manipulation of the forwarding plane of network devices (e.g., routers and switches) both physical and virtual. There … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Technology Strategy | Leave a comment

Big Data and Yahoo!

How did the CEO of Yahoo discover that working from home is waste of time? Recently Yahoo banned working from home.  While some consider this decision rash, others question how the decision was made by the new CEO, Marisa Mayer. … Continue reading

Posted in Analytics, Big Data | Leave a comment