Why Open Ecosystems are the Future of App Development

Why Open Ecosystems are the Future of App Development

By • on November 12, 2020

The Next Web website noted that the rapid commercialization of the app ecosystem has caused leading tech brands to restrict app innovation within their platforms, often to the detriment of developers. As developers wage war with app store policies, Huawei is betting on a simple concept that developers can rally around: open ecosystems.  Huawei’s

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Diversified Computing: Open Innovation for Shared Success

Diversified Computing: Open Innovation for Shared Success

By • on October 6, 2020

The Webwire website noted that we are moving into an intelligent world where all things are connected and the computing requirements explode. We used to improve the chip process for higher computing power, but now to meet the mass computing requirements we need to innovate the computing architecture

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Shenzhen, China: The next Silicon Valley?

Shenzhen, China: The next Silicon Valley?

By • on April 5, 2018

The Information Age website reported that the telecommunications giant Huawei has committed $400 billion to R&D over the last ten years, and other companies are following this trend – placing the ethos of innovation at the heart of Shenzhen’s business and social culture. The organisation’s

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Open Innovation: Solutions for R & D Pipelines

Open Innovation: Solutions for R & D Pipelines

By • on April 10, 2017

The Accenture website noted that many companies are embracing the concept of open innovation, but few are doing so in strategic ways. Our research found that when large corporations work with external parties to augment their internal R&D, they use four basic modes of open innovation: a traditional

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China’s Next Strategic Advantage: Innovation.

China’s Next Strategic Advantage: Innovation.

By • on September 18, 2016

The Intheblack website reported that many people talk of China’s economic and industrial development as following roughly the same path as Japan and South Korea on a much larger scale. However, a key difference is open innovation, where businesses take a highly collaborative approach. China has worked

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The Thinker Interview: Henry Chesbrough

The Thinker Interview: Henry Chesbrough

By • on March 29, 2013

Forbes India published an interview with Henry Chesbrough, who is considered the father of open innovation. In it he discusses the development and evolution of open innovation, open business models, open services innovation, innovation communities, some of the barriers to open innovation, open innovation

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