platformization

platformization

Intel's term for combining chips into a platform. See x86 chip platform.
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As the internet becomes more and more a platform of services and user interfaces that tie those services together, companies that recognize this early will be uniquely placed to take advantage of the benefits of platformization.
The underlying phenomenon is in fact the platformization of exchanges, which facilitates networking between individuals on a large scale and today applies to six main categories: goods (Drivy, BlaBlaCar, AirBnB, etc.
Platformization therefore enables optimization, which is why some of the biggest platforms today concern transport and housing, two particularly high items of expenditure for private individuals.
Prediction 8: By 2018, 45% of CIOs will focus on platformization, using DevOps for rapid development, cost reduction, and enterprise agility
Trends in the industry, such as, platformization, Industry 4.
But the same trends we saw 10 years ago--professionalization on one hand, platformization on the other--sure seem to be playing out again.
The platformization of the telecommunications sector
The platformization of the telecommunications sector coincided with the evolution of the sector into a much larger ICT sector.
In the following, we explore three companies' strategic moves concerning technological developments in ICT markets, which have been heavily influenced by the platformization of the sector.
Leinonen and Jari Kiuru, whose deep industry insights and hands-on knowledge of smart phone creation & platformization are valuable assets in development of advanced multimedia services for PacketVideo's customers.
Key words: telecom regulation, mobile services industry, industry evolution, i2010, business networks and platformization.