Ephemeralization, see how Intel latest investment taps into this
Ephemeralization was coined by R. Buckminster Fuller and is the ability of technological advancement to do “more and more with less and less until eventually, you can do everything with nothing. I’m not so sure that Intel will ever let their chips sell for nothing, however, they are making a low-cost netbook computer called the Classmate PC.
Intel Classmate PC
It was yesterday that Intel revealed the scope of its latest infusion to keep its factories cutting-edge and push the chip industry’s pace: an investment of up to US$8 billion ($10.7 billion) to build a factory in Oregon and upgrade four existing plants in Arizona and Oregon as reported in this NZ Herald article.
I attribute Bucky Fuller to several ways that we ‘think’ here at Think Group, how is a way that you could incorporate Ephemeralization into your business or organisation?