This week’s newly-published Objective Analysis Briefs have just been released. These five cover business strategies (Intel, WDC, and Everspin), policy issues, and quantum computing – quite a variety! Each is derived from one of our most interesting and timeless “Insights” published on membership website Smartkarma. Now Objective Analysis is making these studies available to our friends for immediate online purchase at a reasonable price. All you need is a charge card.
The Brief is a very short report format used to make a succinct statement about market positions, current events, economic outlook, or a company’s or product’s positioning. Although Objective Analysis has published its “Brief” format white papers for some time, this line never before received the focus that it deserves. Now we have published sixteen and have nearly twice that number in the queue. We will continue to release five a week for the next couple of months.
Today we have released the following five Briefs:
- The Danger of Over-Applying Trade Sanctions
- Trade sanctions helped end practices of semiconductor dumping and collusion, but recently the US has used them with less discretion. Here we consider the likely result.
- WDC – Using the Toshiba JV to Improve Profits
- Although WDC’s and Toshiba’s NAND flash production JV is split nearly 50/50, WDC can still profit at the expense of its partner. This Brief explains why.
- Intel Reveals Plan to Restore Process Leadership
- Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger plans to regain Intel’s process leadership by growing a leading foundry business. Here we critically review Intel’s chances for success.
- Everspin’s Dreams of MRAM Glory
- Everspin plans for MRAM to displace current leading memory types. This Brief projects how and why that market should grow to over $3.5 billion by 2029.
- Is a Quantum Computing Revolution Imminent?
- This Brief examines Google’s claim of Quantum Supremacy and reviews how close we are to big changes from today’s computer systems.
The Briefs above range from two to four pages, with figures and charts to simplify any abstract concepts.
Click the hot links above to check them out, and come back in a week to see what more we have to offer! Of course, you can always read ahead on the page these links point you to, and look at the “Coming Soon” titles, or even purchase a copy of our first brief: Why DRAM Vendors Must Consolidate.