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Tuesday, January 18, 2005
 


Data vs Processing

Zawodny follows up the Silicon Beat guys in noting that ubiquitous storage and falling barriers to connectivity make data more important than hardware.

I don't know that I buy the argument - hardware's always been worthless without data. More strictly, the value of data can be leveraged by complementary hardware. So it's an important observation, because it tells us that interconnectivity (ie compatibility across formerly competing standards) will probably begin to be a serious value driver across data-driven consumer markets .

-- umair // 1:55 PM //


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