Bob O'Donnell
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Bob O'Donnell is the president, founder and chief analyst at TECHnalysis Research, a technology market research and consulting firm that counts many of tech industry’s largest vendors among its clients. The firm's research and O’Donnell’s opinions are also regularly

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Bob O'Donnell is the president, founder and chief analyst at TECHnalysis Research, a technology market research and consulting firm that counts many of tech industry’s largest vendors among its clients. The firm's research and O’Donnell’s opinions are also regularly used by major media outlets, including Bloomberg TV, CNBC, CNN, Investor's Business Daily, the Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance, and more. O'Donnell writes regular columns for USAToday and Forbes, as well as a weekly blog for Tech.pinions.com that's also published on TechSpot, SeekingAlpha and LinkedIn. Prior to founding TECHnalysis Research, O'Donnell served as Program Vice President, Clients and Displays for industry research firm IDC. O'Donnell is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame.

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Nov 25, 2019

Intel Makes Surprise Pick for 5G PC Modem Partner

While it’s great to finally hear Intel make a definitive announcement about its vision for 5G in PCs, there’s no denying ts announcement was a bit surprising on several fronts, including the choice of partner and the later-than-expected timing.
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Nov 22, 2019

Real-World 5G Speeds Are Slower Than Expected

The specs for 5G sound great, but the real-world performance with US carriers in the early days of 5G networks are likely to be confusing and disappointing.
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Nov 19, 2019

How Fast Will 5G Really Be?

Sure 5G will be fast, but there a lot of different technologies that go into determining how fast it is in different environments.
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Nov 12, 2019

The Evolution of 5G

5G is not a fixed standard, nor is 5G service something that will simply replace 4G and then continue to exist in a consistent way for the next decade. In fact, 5G is much like an organic entity that will evolve and change over time.
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