Jean Lievens: YouTube (36:48) Ericsson Open Source Model – Importance of Community and Impact on Business Models

Jean Lievens

Jean Lievens

The emergence of industrial strength open source solutions now opens new possibilities as it allows increasing agility and ability to get required product features and improvements faster, facilitate customization for specific domains, reduce dependency towards commercial vendors, and reduce overall cost.

In this presentation, we will discuss Ericsson’s evolution over the last decade regarding usage of open source solutions, investments in the industrialization of open source technologies, involvement in the open source community, lessons learned, and plan for future development. We will also discuss the impact of open source on business models for both technology providers/suppliers and end-users.

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Aug 4

Graphic: Open Source Agency Focus

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PM: Both revised to change Strategic to Strategy

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Jul 2

Yoda: Jacque Fresco & The Resource-Based Economy

Categories: Architecture
Got Crowd? BE the Force!

Got Crowd? BE the Force!

Look, we did.

The Venus Project is an organization that proposes a feasible plan of action for social change, one that works towards a peaceful and sustainable global civilization. It outlines an alternative to strive toward where human rights are no longer paper proclamations but a way of life.

Venus Project Home Page

PDF (12 Pages): Press Kit

Wikipedia: Jacque Fresco

The Venus Project: The Redesign of a Culture

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Jun 28

Jean Lievens: Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon: where do the big four go from here?

Categories: Architecture,Design

Jean LievensGoogle, Apple, Facebook and Amazon: where do the big four go from here?

Jamie Carter

TechRadar, 22 June 2014

Search engines, social media and text messages are history. The major ‘walled gardens’ of the the internet are developing fast, but all of the big four are betting on various visions of the future. Will the next big things be home automation, virtual reality social networking … or something else entirely?

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Jun 26