a$$ kissing. It's a waste of time listening to all these people.
Nothing sums up Europe's tech dilemma like the deep and meaningful partnership two of its biggest telcos touted this week. The CEOs of Orange (Stéphane Richard) and Deutsche Telekom (Timotheus Höttges) see more than €120bn a year flow through their combined cash tills. The two were on stage at Orange's innovation showcase in …
Yeh, and the article doesn't even make sense. 2 European companies want to dig out from American establishment, yet choose Google and Amazon? WTF? DuckDuckGo is mentioned, but it can't be used because it's American... so Google then?
I really don't know wtf is going on in is article.
The telcos presently have zero choice in the matter whatsoever. Why shoot the fish in a barrel by mocking them that they bravely speak about their role and then ask GAFA if they like it with coffee or ice cubes?
What GAFA (+/- M) has is R&D.
Telcos killed their own. The sorry remains which dwell in the detention facilities on the Bretagne and Suffolk coasts can no longer generate anything of value. Not that they could 20 years ago. The rot there started as far back as 40 years back around the time the afore mentioned facilities were established.
As a result Telcos can look only as far as they can purchase. They can talk the talk, but they cannot R&D the walk, especially to the required SCALE. The can only shop it at which point the only ones which can offer them a solution which SCALES to their requirements are GAFA +/-M.
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