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kq4ym
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11/28/2017 | 11:35:06 AM
Re: LiteOn CEO
An interesting history and probably concept going in to the future as the country's richest guy gets behind cutting out the middleman in a sense and cuts costs. That might pose problems elsewhere I might guess as governments and rules might prevent some of that. But getting "134 million customers in its first 170 days," would seem to be quite an achievement and presumably good for those who signed on.
Craig Matsumoto
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11/15/2017 | 2:44:15 PM
Re: Probably author confused between Router and a mobile :-)
Thanks, but I meant what I said. Reliance Jio wants to apply the Dell/Microsoft model to vendors like Cisco and Ericsson -- vendors who sell things like routers and base stations. One difference, and the reason I say it's only "kind of" like a white box model, is that the hardware is not off-the-shelf -- Jio had it built to custom specs.
SeniorTe76617
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11/15/2017 | 3:30:03 AM
Probably author confused between Router and a mobile :-)
Cisco and Ericsson sell Enterprise Routers not Mobiles. So buying software from Cisco and Ericsson as of now is pretty bad analogy give the site is read by experienced people. Author could have taken example of Dell/HP laptop hardware and Microsoft Windows software etc. 

In software coding there is code-review concept where developer B reviews developer A's code , not sure within lightreading if articles from Journalist A are reviewed by Journalist B.

 

 

 
Craig Matsumoto
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11/14/2017 | 2:57:00 PM
Re: C & E
somanvenugopal -- There wasn't any specific mention of Cisco & Ericsson -- I just wanted to make the ODM/OEM distinction clear with some examples. (We don't normally do that with the term "OEM," but in this case, I wanted to really explain the kinds of companies being talked about.)

I don't know of any video uploaded from the TIP Summit yet. There's no indication on the conference site: https://telecominfraproject.com/tip-summit-2017/
Craig Matsumoto
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11/14/2017 | 2:53:22 PM
Re: LiteOn CEO
Thanks for spotting that -- slip of the fingers on my part. Bruce is CTO; I've corrected it.

> Correcton. Liteon's CEO is Mr. Warren Chen.  
somanvenugopal
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11/13/2017 | 5:13:05 AM
C & E
Was there specific mention about Cisco & Ericsson ?

 

Do you have a URL to the Video if there is a playback ...........
eureka168
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11/12/2017 | 10:31:39 PM
LiteOn CEO
Correcton. Liteon's CEO is Mr. Warren Chen.  


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