The cost of computing and data storage has collapsed facilitating the surge in the “internet of things” and a virtual “Cambrian Explosion” of new software and services to be delivered wirelessly.
Posted By Jeb on June 15, 2014
The visions articulated years ago by geniuses like Ray Kurzweil and George Gilder are becoming reality. The absolute collapse in computing costs and data storage as depicted in the following charts by Mary Meeker at Kleiner Perkins will enable a surge in productivity that is unforeseen and incalculable by conventional econometric models. That’s my story and I am sticking with it –eh? The implication is you should be invested in businesses that compute and store and not in companies that make computing and storage stuff. Software is a king. Hardware is a serf. Aberdeen tries to find companies that are kings. Jeb B Terry, Sr. June 15, 2014
Aberdeen Investment Management – a guide service for micro-cap technology investment