We’re here.  What we’re doing is clear.  We’re going to win.

Can a 139-year old company be a disruptive startup?  Watch us, says Jason Hoffman, Head of Cloud Technology within Business Unit Cloud & IP at Ericsson, as he discusses the partnership between Intel and Ericsson at the Intel Developer Forum held in San Francisco in August of 2015.  Video is 2:25 in length.

For more about the disruptive strategy and hyperscale cloud products Jason mentions, see:

Also see the Forbes article written by Roger Kay, which explains why Ericsson, though the “new kid on the block in cloud,” has formidable assets that could allow them to catch up quickly.

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Rick Ramsey

I started my high tech training as an avionics technician in the US Air Force. While studying Economics at UC Berkeley, I wrote reference manuals and developer guides for two artificial intelligence languages, ART and SYNTEL. At Sun Microsystems I wrote about hardware, software, and toolkits for developers and sysadmins, and published “All About Administering NIS+.” I served as information architect before joining BigAdmin, which morphed into the Systems Community at Oracle. I left Oracle in May of 2015, and now write for Ericsson.

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