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Monday, September 27, 2004
Strategy in post-standards war era
Two more examples to show that tech strategy has moved on beyond proprietery standards lock-in:
1.IBM open-sources speech recognition software to pre-empt anyone from attempting a standards lock-in.
2.European Commission asks Sun to make OpenOffice XML specs into an ISO standard.
Hmmm...womdering if this realization has prompted Microsoft to ship a stripped version of Windows in Europe if it loses the anti-trust appeal. On second thoughts, I think it's merely tactical.
-- Mahashunyam // 6:18 PM //
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