My first new paradigm company is almost certain to become the Intel of the telecosm (yes, there is that kind of growth potential here). Coincidentally, this firm is headquartered just minutes from Intel in northern California. And there are other similarities, as well.
Intel had a relatively small business supplying components for mainframe computers, when it got a request to supply chips for personal computers (PCs). They had no idea how big the PC market would become, but it made them what they are today.
Similarly, our new paradigm company had a small business in helium neon lasers for bar code readers, when their board hired a new president to give the company a life. Turns out this guy was a visionary. When he saw that MCI had successfully installed a 2,000 mile fiber optic network from Los Angeles to Chicago, "light turned on and sirens wailed" in his head.
Fiber optic data transmission requires a technology called Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM). So, in a rapid series of key acquisitions, plus the hiring of 100 of the industrys leading scientists, this visionary leader moved his company aggressively into WDM components.
To say this was a smart move is a gross understatement. Just as Intel became the #1 supplier of components for the computer revolution, this fast-growing company is now positioned to become the #1 supplier of components for the bandwidth revolution.
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The next Microsoft
My second new paradigm company is a cellular phone innovator that has been rising to the forefront of the wireless industry on the crest of its development of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) technology. What makes CDMA so important to the future of telecommunications?
Its a direct digital connection that's about 20-40 times better than analog. Our companys wireless phones can connect directly to the Internet via a laptop computer without a modem. This technology open up possibilities for small, portable phone-pager-computers with direct wireless access to the Internet. A very big idea!
news: CDMA technology has won a stunning knockout victory over its competitor,
the former world dominant Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) technology
favored by AT&T, the U.S. State Department, numerous chip makers,
the EEC, and many others.
Let's not sweat the technical details here. Just understand this: our company has 130 CDMA patents already issued, 400 more pending, and 55 licensed equipment vendors. They now command most of the intellectual property, design skills, and engineering experience for the new worldwide standard for wireless telecommunication.
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