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A shift in strategy could help broaden the firm’s horizons.
If your car is your refuge from the wired world, look out–a new field called telematics could soon put e-mail, news and MP3s in the driver’s seat with you.
The dream of “ubiquitous computing” has been around for a while. Now it’s serious enough that a company like IBM is willing to throw $500 million at it.
Researchers from Bell Labs are taking company ideas and using them to start new businesses, some of which could threaten Lucent’s established product lines. So what’s the company doing about it? Supporting them every step of the way.
In the 1990s U.S. companies cut costs, jettisoned marginal efforts, bolstered internal cooperation and formed strategic alliances. Hold on to your hats - universities are set to do the same.