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Information technology industries

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Silicon Samurai

Silicon Samurai

Author: Tom Forester Format: Hardback Release Date: 27/05/1993

Japan is about to overtake America to become No 1 in information technology. This book tells the remarkable story of how the Japanese did it, and reveals the techniques Japanese companies have used to diplace American and European manufacturers from this critically important industry. This enthralling book by one of the worlda s leading authorities on the IT industry brings together for the first time the different elements of the frightening story of Japana s conquest of information technology. If America and Europe continue on their present course and pursue business--as--usual policies, says Tom Forester, then by far the greater part of the IT industry will slip inexorably into the hands of the Japanese, and Japana s economic triumph over the West will be complete.

Troubleshooting Analog Circuits

Troubleshooting Analog Circuits

Author: Robert A. (National Semiconductor Corporation) Pease Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 17/06/1991

Based on the author's popular series in EDN Magazine, the book contains a wealth of information on debugging and troubleshooting analog circuits. In this book, you'll find advice on using simple equipment to troubleshoot (would you believe an ordinary AM radio?); step-by-step procedures for analog troubleshooting methods; and generous helpings of the author's unique insights, humor, and philosophy on analog circuits.

Japan's Software Factories

Japan's Software Factories

Though Japan has successfully competed with US computer makers in manufacturing and marketing hardware, it has been less successful in developing software that competes with US software companies. This book analyses how a number of Japanese firms, in an effort to catch up, have created what are called `software factories' in which large numbers of people are engaged in developing software in co-operative ways.

Keeping the U.S. Computer Industry Competitive

Keeping the U.S. Computer Industry Competitive

Author: National Research Council, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/01/1990

This book warns that retaining U.S. preeminence in computing at the beginning of the next century will require long-term planning, leadership, and collective will that cannot be attained with a business-as-usual approach by industry or government. This consensus emerged from a colloquium of top executives from the U.S. computer sector, university and industry researchers, and government policymakers. Among the major issues discussed are long-term, or strategic, commitment on the part of large firms in the United States; cooperation within and among firms and between industry, universities, and government; weaknesses in manufacturing and in the integration of research, development, and manufacturing; technical standards for both hardware and software manufacture and operation; and education and infrastructure (in particular, computer networks).

Changing the Rules

Changing the Rules

Author: Robert W. Crandall Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/03/1989

Since 1971 competition has begun to replace regulation as a governing force in the telecommunications industry. The breakup of the national telephone monopolies, technological advances, and the worldwide network in telecommunications have brought a revolution in the telecommunications equipment and services industries. These changes have forced legislators and regulators to rethink public policy toward communications. The papers in this book were first presented at a conference organized by Robert Crandall and Kenneth Flamm, pulling together a group of industry professionals and scholars to address the far-reaching implications of the upheaval in the communications industry. The contributors analyze the effects of this increasing competition on standardization, technical innovation, and international rivalry. Changing the Rules offers possible policy options and analyzes their potential effects on the future market structure and the competitive positions of the U.S. computer and communications industries.

Changing the Rules

Changing the Rules

Author: Robert W. Crandall Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/03/1989

Since 1971 competition has begun to replace regulation as a governing force in the telecommunications industry. The breakup of the national telephone monopolies, technological advances, and the worldwide network in telecommunications have brought a revolution in the telecommunications equipment and services industries. These changes have forced legislators and regulators to rethink public policy toward communications. The papers in this book were first presented at a conference organized by Robert Crandall and Kenneth Flamm, pulling together a group of industry professionals and scholars to address the far-reaching implications of the upheaval in the communications industry. The contributors analyze the effects of this increasing competition on standardization, technical innovation, and international rivalry. Changing the Rules offers possible policy options and analyzes their potential effects on the future market structure and the competitive positions of the U.S. computer and communications industries.

The Philadelphia Printing Industry

The Philadelphia Printing Industry

Author: John W. Seybold Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/01/1949