time-to-market love

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  • "In addition to the time-to-market perspective offered by Nokia, there's also a cost-efficiency perspective—there's no possibility of Nokia keeping an expensive production facility in Finland," Ms. Nordman-Knutson said, declining to give a rating on the stock.

    Nokia to Cut 4,000 Jobs

  • Even more interesting are the experiments using cloud computing to accelerate learning from customers, speeding up both time-to-market and customer feedback.

    Learning From The Cloud

  • U.S. manufacturers should undertake a thorough analysis of their global supply networks, factoring in worker productivity, transit costs, time-to-market considerations, logistical risks, energy costs, as well as other hidden costs of sourcing offshore.

    Michele Nash-Hoff: Will You Follow the Herd or Be a Leader?

  • Apacheta, a mobile workflow application provider, and HCL Technologies, IT services company, announced a partnership to provide global delivery of mobile sales, delivery and merchandising solutions to the consumer goods industry to enhance operational efficiencies and provide improved time-to-market benefits.

    Deals India: Morning News Roundup

  • By having LTE up and running in 38 markets this year, Verizon could significantly blunt whatever time-to-market advantage Sprint and Clearwire had from getting their WiMAX services up before any other carriers launched 4G.

    Verizon steals Clearwire's 4G thunder

  • Scale and time-to-market issues bedevil most of thetypical Green alternatives.

    Chris Nelder: 195 Californias or 74 Texases to Replace Offshore Oil

  • Because of its quick shift to the smaller-line-width manufacturing techniques and the inherently quick time-to-market of its programmable logic chips, Altera

    Intel And The New Semiconductor Growth Cycle

  • It drives decreased time-to-market for new products and services, ensures a more accurate output since the work is now done by "category" experts and enhances "business knowledge" because of the up-to-date information and expertise companies get from their vendors.

    The Virtualization of Businesses: Controlling More With Less

  • Intersil President and Chief Executive Dave Bell said the company's products will help its customers reduce overall costs and shorten time-to-market.

    Intersil Deal For Fabless Chipmaker

  • Even if Sprint is unable to capitalize on its 4G time-to-market advantage as much as it had originally planned, the carrier could still make itself competitive on the 4G market through innovative pricing models.

    Can Sprint afford a WiMAX flop?

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