Bain Technology Insights

  • China Chases Chip Leadership

    August 24, 2016 | Bain Brief

    As China seeks to play a larger role in the global semiconductor market, established players should pay close attention and take a proactive strategic approach.

  • The Internet of Things is a "Land of Opportunity" for Information and Communications Technology - Bain Seoul

    September 01, 2015 | Digital, Technology | Dong-A Business Review

    The Internet of Things (IoT) requires a new business implementation approach and a totally different capability for various industries, particularly for information and communications technology (ICT).

  • Digital Transformation - Bain Seoul

    August 31, 2015 | Technology | Maekyung Economy

    When a new technology is introduced, it does not automatically convert into commercial tools or find its way into our daily lives. It takes months and sometimes years before it finally gets used by the corporate world.

  • [Charting a Path to Creative Economy] The true power of Google - Bain Seoul

    June 04, 2013 | Technology | Dong-A Business Review

    The true power of Google lies in reinvestment, not in technology. Those who made money capitalizing on the success of Google continue to reinvest in startup ventures, and the invested ventures continue to create and share innovative ideas. (Full article only available in Korean)

  • The service industry is key to the future

    July 19, 2006 | JoongAng Daily

    China is known for manufacturing half of the world's microwave ovens and a third of its television sets, but its economy is now shifting toward services.

  • Doing business in China: learn from Dell

    February 10, 2005 | Technology | The Financial Times

    Of all the business innovations explorer Marco Polo discovered in 13th century China, he was perhaps most surprised by the use of paper money. It was worth dozens of times the weight of the heavy coins that European traders lugged around.

  • Glory continues for fibre optics

    May 30, 2001 | Technology | Global Telecoms Business

    For those of you who think the glory days of fibre optics are over, consider this. Last year China's telcos, which serve a market of over a billion customers, added about 20 million fixed lines and continued construction of backbone and local loop fibre networks at a feverish pace.