For decades innovations around the finished product has been ‘WOWED’ in the global market. From amazement on how this has evolved in the technology space to where can we put to know the origin of these wonderful products cozied behind the shimmering glass doors is crucially important. Today, the technology sector is dominated by evolving economies which seems no wonder as magic has always profoundly turned heads of these people. The fadeaway of all these glitters are the people who have not taken the ‘Hat of Victory’ but have given their persistent effort and minds to help evolve the technology to what we state it as the Biggest Industry in the world, ‘Semiconductors’.
The Wafer Liked By All
No wonder assembling and developing a Smartphone part by part is shooting ducks in an open field. But creating the foundation to enable these processes are the people who are not commercially ‘Brand Frenzy’. From Samsung, Apple, HP, Dell to name the sectors and applications, customers go by these names. The reliability and collar fit statements they tout across the market is because of that one ‘CHIP’ which is been made by some semiconductor company. Working alongside in this sector and writing about it has always reminded that the ‘filament is more important than the shape of the bulb’. But why these leading companies like Infineon, STMicroelectronics, ON Semiconductors, NXP etc. are so humble. Alongside, the innovations they catapult are not a day business but an annual biz strategy. The fight for being the best smartphone, washing machine, air conditioner or say Television Company takes the bright stages of media, unlike the semiconductor or electronic components giants.
The Business Model and the Sentiment
With the recent tattles about ‘How India is Planning to Become the Electronic Manufacturing Hub’, we should also consider the market and the technology ecosystem to know electronics and its innovation like some ‘Andrew Ledger’ from the US. The suffocation created in the market by product-driven technology companies has left no breath for the real innovators. Maybe that’s how the market works or needs but a humble piece should have the due credits in the mainstream. Strategies to flourish across the world has always been a nimble story but being derogatory towards what has made the best technology companies is not just that what ‘Tim’ should be ‘Cooking’.
Conclusion (The Talent Hunt)
Today, we decide to give our child a smartphone or make him learn to operate a PC. The fondness towards his favorite superstar should also include the real stars of technology that are making these ‘STARS SHINE’. Comprehensive literature and philosophy should be created to create awareness about what they have in their hand to what more could they expect. This single dimension of understanding can just not create value to society and help evolve the power of ‘Technocarcy’ but help industry get their future bright stars for the industry. A consolidated approach of rebranding strategies and marketing approaches can enable revive the derived mindsets of the semiconductor players. We need to make this world understand that the smartphone they hold in their hand has a complete mutation of sand which has the earth calling to the future.