Articles by MartinGeddes
Martin Geddes is a thought leader on business models in the telecommunications industry. He co-founded Telco 2.0, an advisory and events business focused on business model innovation. He is also formerly Strategy Director at BT Innovate & Design. His career has progressed from being an IT consultant into an 'accidental guru' on innovation in the digital economy. He started blogging about the collision of the IT and telecoms industries in 2003. This was inspired by his work on a pioneering project at Sprint to adopt an ‘open’ platform business model. This led to a deep interest and new career uncovering the drivers of telecoms industry structure. He has a special expertise in the impact of multi-sided markets, Cloud communications, and the future of vertically integrated products like telephony and SMS.
This past week I had the good fortune of going to Barcelona for a workshop on Recursive InternetWork Architecture (RINA), hosted by i2cat, produced by the Pouzin Society, and presenting work done [...]
“Keep the Internet Open” demands the chief Internet propagandist of Google in the New York Times last week. Earlier in the week I saw the same Vint Cerf open the [...]
I was fortunate enough to be invited to attend The End of the Phone System conference at Wharton in Philadelphia last week as a respondent to one of the papers. [...]
At eComm, I interviewed on stage Neil Davies, founder of Predictable Network Solutions. (Disclosure: they are a consulting client, we are working together to commercialise their technology.) The transcript of [...]