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Comment on Ten Predictions for 2007 by The box mobile operators find themselves in | SDG Advisory Services

Sun, 19 Mar 2017 02:11:50 +0000

[…] talking about a future where everything would be connected to the network for years (I called it “bandwidth built in”), very few people were really thinking about an “internet of things.” The only […]



Comment on Ten Predictions for 2007 by Telecom Strategist

Sun, 19 Mar 2017 02:05:44 +0000

[…] talking about a future where everything would be connected to the network for years (I called it “bandwidth built in”), very few people were really thinking about an “internet of things.” The only […]



Comment on The box mobile operators find themselves in by Carl Helwing

Thu, 16 Mar 2017 20:13:31 +0000

Great bog post as always Russ. Glad to have you posting again! Carriers tried to hold onto many application areas themselves too long, and wasted a lot of investment dollars that could have been spent on networks and technology to make them have the best quality and lowest cost box for others to build around. Now that the carriers are in that position, the only real option I see is for operators to acquire technology to expand and leverage the transport box themselves (e.g., ATT / DirectTVNow) or continue to push costs to drive scale up and maximize margin and accept the commodity position wholeheartedly (also not it a carrier's nature).



Comment on Ten Predictions for 2007 by The box mobile operators find themselves in « McGuire’s Law

Thu, 16 Mar 2017 13:29:27 +0000

[…] talking about a future where everything would be connected to the network for years (I called it “bandwidth built in”), very few people were really thinking about an “internet of things.” The only […]



Comment on Glorious Failure by McGuire’s Law » Blog Archive » AT&T’s de la Vega confirms glorious payment failure

Tue, 14 Jul 2015 00:45:59 +0000

[…] payment joint venture (then called Isis), I participated in a panel discussion which then led to a post on this blog that I titled “Glorious […]



Comment on Sprinting to the Finish Line by Jim

Mon, 01 Jun 2015 07:31:31 +0000

Hi Russ, Congratulations on your new adventures! Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to help me resolve an issue I had with Sprint a while back. (It was settled amicably.) Sincerely, Jim



Comment on Revolutions and Time Telling by The Watch Analogy is Coming True | SDG Advisory Services

Fri, 01 May 2015 10:50:22 +0000

[…] a very long time and even now, I’ve often used the watch as an example of the impact of the technology revolutions on products and industries. In fact, for the past couple of decades, I’ve been saying “in the future, most watches […]



Comment on Revolutions and Time Telling by McGuire’s Law » Blog Archive » The Watch Analogy is Coming True

Fri, 01 May 2015 10:47:41 +0000

[…] a very long time and even now, I’ve often used the watch as an example of the impact of the technology revolutions on products and industries. In fact, for the past couple of decades, I’ve been saying “in the future, most watches […]



Comment on SERO Premium and Premium Data by Dirtydog

Sun, 26 Apr 2015 11:56:58 +0000

Hello Russ... Thanks for the reply!! As a side note I hope all has worked out well for you and keeps working out well with you in the future, can never blame anyone for making a move to better their position in career and/or in life. Take care and be well Jim



Comment on SERO Premium and Premium Data by Russ

Sun, 26 Apr 2015 10:56:15 +0000

Jim, Since I'm no longer at Sprint, and since virtually everything has changed at the company since I posted these comments (including the owners and most of the management team), I don't feel confident that any answer I would give you would reflect what the company will actually allow. Sorry! Your best bet is to contact employee care at everythingreferral@sprint.com. They understand all the complexities of various versions of the employee referral plans. Russ