Explore More

Recent Ideas

  • Jakarta, Indonesia - Telecommunications have been evolving over the time we spent. Mobile phones are actually a necessity nowadays and are needed in the industry. Trends in telecommunications have evolved as well with an amazing speed. One of the leading telecommunications in Jakarta Indonesia, XL Axiata which is the subsidiary of Axis Capital group of telekom companies has broken down the challenges that are faced by telecommunication companies like them.   The big challenge – which also presents a major growth opportunity for the sector – is that consumers are addicted to connectivity and speed. The ongoing expansion of the mobile ecosystem, coupled with demand for high-bandwidth applications and services such as video and gaming, is keeping pressure on the industry to increase the availability and quality of broadband connectivity.   What does this mean for players in the sector? Carriers will continue to pursue technological advancements to handle demand, including offloading some mobile bandwidth needs to Wi-Fi, which is proving an effective complement to mobile networks. At the same time, long-term spectrum availability, spectrum efficiency, small cells and continued backhaul improvements are likely to be a key focus to assure continued mobile broadband momentum.   Another major marketplace driver is the issue of security. This compasses a myriad of topics, including the threat of increased risks of hacking and malware as the global adoption of mobile devices continues to rise and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications gains momentum. Moreover, according to the reviews, increasing popularity of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) in the workplace could exacerbate the potential exposure to critical company data using malware or other hacking techniques. Reducing the vulnerability of mobile devices to hacking, including embedded anti-malware software into devices and enhanced authentication features, will be a key priority for device manufacturers and wireless carriers.   Nowadays, Wi-Fi is available in almost everywhere which poses both an opportunity and challenge to telecommunication companies; the former because more and more clients are to subscribe to the best telecommunication company and the latter forcing continuous innovation and development for each telecommunication company.   Another issue that the industry offers is in building a brand. A key to success in developing these new services is building a brand that’s known for innovation. To remain relevant, telco operators cannot simply offer the same things as every other player. They must differentiate themselves by investing in the business intelligence necessary to understand consumer wishes before their competitors and then using that knowledge to build applications and delivery models that customers want to purchase. Part of this will be adding features that other players cannot match, such as enhanced performance and uptime and exclusive content. Moreover, with the existence and emergence of fraud companies, the competition just gets bigger and larger every evolving cycle.      

    1 Vote | 0 Comment

  • I think Dell should refresh their Precision line as it looks very outdated. How about if Dell introduces SLI/CrossFire option and Precision Graphics Amplifier? Hence, options such as Dual AMD FirePro M6100 or Nvidia Quadro M6000 in-a-Precision Graphics Amplifier will be available. Precision laptops are comparable to Alienware. At the same time, heavy desktop professional GPUs such as Quadro K5200 will always outperform mobile professional GPU. Highly mobile users should be able to choose multi-GPU setups while less mobile users should be able to pair heavy GPUs to their Precision.

    2 Votes | 0 Comment

  • This has been an idea that I wanted to share ever since I started applying for positions within Dell.  While not employed yet with Dell, but working as an Engineer within a Telecom company, I ask myself is it time for Dell to jump back into the smartphone business.  Dell left the smartphone business officially at the end of 2012.  But before I go forward with my argument, I wanted to see the response this generates…maybe none……maybe yes they should….maybe no!  I will be writing my opinion and ideas on the subject matter on the following points: To go forward with this idea, has Dell learn from the past?Can they compete in this new market?Can Dell create and design a great smartphone that will sell?What type of mobile strategy can Dell develop and execute successfully?How do you get buy-in?

    2 Votes | 2 Comments

Explore More

Trending Ideas

  • Status: Acknowledged

    Build some monitors, gaming and Ultra-sharp monitor with this G-sync or Free-sync technology from Nvidia and AMD. I love Dell craftmanship on their monitors and I know there will be demand for these type monitors.

    4 Votes | 2 Comments

  • I think Dell should refresh their Precision line as it looks very outdated. How about if Dell introduces SLI/CrossFire option and Precision Graphics Amplifier? Hence, options such as Dual AMD FirePro M6100 or Nvidia Quadro M6000 in-a-Precision Graphics Amplifier will be available. Precision laptops are comparable to Alienware. At the same time, heavy desktop professional GPUs such as Quadro K5200 will always outperform mobile professional GPU. Highly mobile users should be able to choose multi-GPU setups while less mobile users should be able to pair heavy GPUs to their Precision.

    2 Votes | 0 Comment

  • This has been an idea that I wanted to share ever since I started applying for positions within Dell.  While not employed yet with Dell, but working as an Engineer within a Telecom company, I ask myself is it time for Dell to jump back into the smartphone business.  Dell left the smartphone business officially at the end of 2012.  But before I go forward with my argument, I wanted to see the response this generates…maybe none……maybe yes they should….maybe no!  I will be writing my opinion and ideas on the subject matter on the following points: To go forward with this idea, has Dell learn from the past?Can they compete in this new market?Can Dell create and design a great smartphone that will sell?What type of mobile strategy can Dell develop and execute successfully?How do you get buy-in?

    2 Votes | 2 Comments

Explore More

Implemented Ideas

Biodegradable Packing material

204 Votes
Biodegradable Packing material

Touchscreen Desktop

53 Votes
Touchscreen Desktop

Blade Workstations

18 Votes
Blade Workstations