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All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smartphone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there other competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of research at Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us. Thank you.

 

It's been pretty an incredible run for RIM over the past year. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit? Well, Research In Motion is certainly in an advantageous position, given them one of the very strong in terms of the business market. But two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking at the wireless service providers whether it's the Verizon Wireless or the AT&T, typically these companies find that the smartphone customers have much higher daily usage, which generally drives a much higher bill and obviously just as higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones are being sold to subsidy and to the extent  there being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product.

 

Ah, do you expect that being an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah Apple’s  doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the markets?

 

Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier,  the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now we see usage drives, billings drives, revenues in the standpoint of a weaker economy. Obviously companies are interested in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can.

 

Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well" So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM?

 

What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more in the way features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, G3, eh, 3G introduction, they were making obviously very big play to talk with the independent software developers who are gonna be out there. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving into a situation here we're gonna find that the software standards are more open and trying to improve and to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point and time. However, we would think that Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately.

 

Now, right now, you know, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say (that) Microsoft has the technology to really push RIM out of the water if it will. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not?

 

Well when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number that less than 10 percent. And given some of the attractions in various terms of price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that with respect to Microsoft, Microsoft has been trying to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or perhaps a Palm product or, you know, even in some cases a Nokia product.

 

OK. Thank you so much. We'll see what happens there. We appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Research at Dinosaur Securities. Track RIM, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.

 

 

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All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smart phone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there any competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us. Thank you. It's a pretty incredible run for RIM over the past few years. So can it keep its momentum up or they have to sort of pull back a little bit? Well Research In Motion is certainly in a / advantageous position, given that one they are very strong in terms of the business market. But / they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And the thing for investors really focus on here is that when you look at the wireless service providers whether it's the / or the AT&T, typically these companies find that the smart phone customers have much higher daily usages, which generally drives a much higher bill and obviously drives higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extensity that phones are sold with subsidy and to the extensity of there being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product. Ah, do you expect that to be an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah Apples are doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe these subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the markets? Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant in that we indicated earlier that the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. And obviously usage drives, billings drives revenues in the standpoint of working in weaker economy. Obviously the companies are refused in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can. Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well" So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM? What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more // features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, you know, G3, eh, 3G introduction, they were making obviously very big play to talk with the independent software developers we are gonna be after. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving with the situation here we're gonna find the software standards are more open and trying to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point and time. However, we would think the Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately. Now, right now, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say that Microsoft has the technology to really push Rim out of the water a few well. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not? Well when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access the a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number, less than 10 percent. And in given some of the attractions of // price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that we respect the Microsoft. Microsoft has been trying to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung suppport them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are / a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or a / Palm product or even in some cases a Nokiea product. OK. Thank you so much. We'll see what happens there. We appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Dinosaur Securities. Track Rim, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our sight.

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Will the battle continues between the BlackBerry and its competition? So what`s ahead in this smart phone sector? Can research in emotions stay ahead of the rest or other, other competitors encroaching on it? Stay with me now is David Garrity, he is a director of research at Dinosaur Security, David, thanks for joining us.

 

Thank you.

 

It`s been a pretty incredible run for rim over the past year, so can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit.

 

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When we talk about this steady use, we`re really focusing on cooperate e-mails, something that RIM has nailed down, but Apple says * were working on that offers as well. What happens if and when Apple does develop that offer? What happens to RIM?

 

What happens to RIM is that RIM`s going to have to consider what they can do with their * standard? This site to make it open so they can start to have developers come in and add more in the way features. Certainly we saw that Apple with the I-phone, G3, 3G, introduction, that they work, making obviously very big plate to talk with the other independent software developers *out there. (Oh, yeah.) And we also saw recently, that NOKIA in buying a half of soft provider, * for their phones so certainly gonna making their product free. We also know that Google would enjoyed, so removing with the situation here we are gonna find that the software standards are more open, and trying to improve, and trying to bring about creativity, trying to provide great choice that consumer. And research in emotion will have to make that choice of some point time. However, we would think that research in emotion giving the strongest they are in the business market, doesn`t necessarily have to make that choice immediately.

 

Now, right now, you know, finally, some other competition out there, beyond Apple, a lot of people saying Microsoft has the technology to really push them out of the water if you will, do you think that they have to look after for other competition and where else can they grow outside the BlackBerry or C*.

 

Well, when you are looking into global cell phone market in access, a billion and a half units annually, and was still finding smart phones at a very low number that less than 10%, and in giving some attraction of very * place points in margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing with market for market. We`ll say that with respect to Microsoft, Microsoft is trying to push Windows in terms of compact vision, er, for quite some time, it has had * like same sites of supporting them doing that, well, you really haven`t found Microsoft really successful, in terms of providing something that the consumer really is willing to pay off, was there are potentially a research in emotion product or an Apple product, or possible a prompt product, or you know even in some cases, a NOKIA product.

 

OK, thank you so much for * see what happens there, I really appreciate it David. Garrity directly research in dinosaur security`s track rim, track out for the all the other tax stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.  

 

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All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smart phone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there other competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of research at Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us. Thank you.

It's been pretty an incredible run for RIM over the past / year/. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit? Well Research In Motion is certainly in an advantageous position, given that one that they are very strong in terms of the business market. But two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking at the wireless service providers whether it's the /wireless or the AT&T, typically these companies find that the smart phone customers have much higher daily usage/, which generally drives a much higher bill and obviously drives higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones are being sold to subsidy and to the extent that there’re being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product.

Ah, do you expect that being an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah Apples / doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the markets? Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier, / the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now we see usage drives, billings drives, revenues in the standpoint of a / and weaker economy. Obviously / companies are refused in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can.

Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well" So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM? What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more // features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, / G3, eh, 3G introduction, they were making obviously very big play to talk with the independent software developers who are gonna be out there. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving into a situation here we're gonna find the software standards are more open and trying to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point and time. However, we would think that Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately.

Now, right now, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say that Microsoft has the technology to really push RIM out of the water if it will. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not? Well when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access the a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number, less than 10 percent. And / given some of the attractions of /in terms of price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that we respect the Microsoft. Microsoft has been trying to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or a / Palm product or, you know, even in some cases a Nokia product.

OK. Thank you so much. We'll see what happens there. We appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Research at  Dinosaur Securities. Track RIM, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.

 

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All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smartphone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there other competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of research at Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us. Thank you.

It's been pretty an incredible run for RIM over the past / year/. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit? Well Research In Motion is certainly in an advantageous position, given that one that they are very strong in terms of the business market. But two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking at the wireless service providers whether it's the  Verizon Wireless or the AT&T, typically these companies find that the smartphone customers have much higher daily usage/, which generally drives a much higher bill and obviously drives higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones are being sold to subsidy and to the extent that there’re being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product.

Ah, do you expect that being an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah Apple’s / doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the markets? Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier, / the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now we see usage drives, billings drives, revenues in the standpoint of a / and weaker economy. Obviously / companies are interested in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can.

 

Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well" So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM? What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more // features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, / G3, eh, 3G introduction, they were making obviously very big play to talk with the independent software developers who are gonna be out there. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving into a situation here we're gonna find the software standards are more open and trying to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point and time. However, we would think that Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately.

Now, right now, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say that Microsoft has the technology to really push RIM out of the water if it will. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not? Well when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access the a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number, less than 10 percent. And / given some of the attractions of /in terms of price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that we respect the Microsoft. Microsoft has been trying to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or  perhaps a / Palm product or, you know, even in some cases a Nokia product.

 

OK. Thank you so much. We'll see what happens there. We appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Research at  Dinosaur Securities. Track RIM, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.


 

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All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smartphone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there other competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of research at Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us. Thank you.


It's been pretty an incredible run for RIM over the past / year/. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit? Well, Research In Motion is certainly in an advantageous position, given them one of the very strong in terms of the business market. But two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking at the wireless service providers whether it's the  Verizon Wireless or the AT&T, typically these companies find that the smartphone customers have much higher daily usage/, which generally drives a much higher bill and obviously drives higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones are being sold to subsidy and to the extent that there’re being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product.


Ah, do you expect that being an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah Apple’s / doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the markets?


Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier, / the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now we see usage drives, billings drives, revenues in the standpoint of a / and weaker economy. Obviously / companies are interested in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can.

 

Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well" So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM?


What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more // features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, / G3, eh, 3G introduction, they were making obviously very big play to talk with the independent software developers who are gonna be out there. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving into a situation here we're gonna find the software standards are more open and trying to improve and to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point and time. However, we would think that Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately.


Now, right now, you know, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say that Microsoft has the technology to really push RIM out of the water if it will. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not?


Well when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number that less than 10 percent. And / given service  attractions of /in terms of price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that we respect the Microsoft. Microsoft has been trying to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or  perhaps a / Palm product or, you know, even in some cases a Nokia product.

 

OK. Thank you so much. We'll see what happens there. We appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Research at  Dinosaur Securities. Track RIM, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.


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All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smartphone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there other competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of research at Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us. Thank you.


It's been pretty an incredible run for RIM over the past / year/. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit? Well, Research In Motion is certainly in an advantageous position, given them one of the very strong in terms of the business market. But two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking at the wireless service providers whether it's the  Verizon Wireless or the AT&T, typically these companies find that the smartphone customers have much higher daily usage/, which generally drives a much higher bill and obviously drives higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones are being sold to subsidy and to the extent that there’re being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product.


Ah, do you expect that being an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah Apple’s / doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the markets?


Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier, / the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now we see usage drives, billings drives, revenues in the standpoint of a / and weaker economy. Obviously / companies are interested in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can.

 

Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well" So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM?


What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more (vivid?感觉这里有个词,不知是啥?)features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, / G3, eh, 3G introduction, they were making obviously very big play to talk with the independent software developers who are gonna be out there. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving into a situation here we're gonna find that the software standards are more open and trying to improve and to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point and time. However, we would think that Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately.


Now, right now, you know, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say (that) Microsoft has the technology to really push RIM out of the water if it will. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not?


Well when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number that less than 10 percent. And / given service  attractions of /in terms of price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that we respect the Microsoft. Microsoft has been trying to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or  perhaps a / Palm product or, you know, even in some cases a Nokia product.

 

OK. Thank you so much. We'll see what happens there. We appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Research at  Dinosaur Securities. Track RIM, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.

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All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smartphone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there other competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of research at Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us.

 

Thank you.

 

There has been pretty incredible run for RIM over the past years. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit?

 

Well, Research In Motion is certainly in an very that advantageous position, given them one of the very strong in terms of the business market; but two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking at the wireless service providers whether it's the Verizon Wireless or the AT&T's, typically these companies find that the smartphone customers have much higher daily usages that generally drives a much higher bill and obviously drives higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones are being sold to subsidy and to the extent that there’re being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product.


Ah, do you expect that has been an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah, Apple’s doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the market?


Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier, the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now we see usage drives, billings drives, revenues in the standpoint of *** in a weaker economy. Obviously companies are interested in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can.

 

Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well." So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM?


What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more on the way features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, G3, eh, 3G introduction, that they were making obviously very big play to talk with a number of independent software developers who are gonna be out there. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving into a situation here we're gonna find that the software standards are more open and trying to improve and to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point of time. However, we would think that Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately.


Now, right now, you know, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say Microsoft has the technology to really push RIM out of the water if it will. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not?

 

Well, when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number that less than 10 percent. And given some of the attractions there in terms of price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that we respect the Microsoft. Microsoft has been trying to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially at a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or perhaps a Palm product or, you know, even in some cases a Nokia product.

 

OK. Thank you so much. We'll see all, we'll see what happens there. Appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Research at Dinosaur Securities. Track RIM, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.

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All the battle continues between Blackberry and its competitions. So what’s ahead of the smart phone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest or other competitor encroaching on it? Stay with me now is David Garrity. He is the director of the research for Dinasoar Security. David, thanks for joining us.

Thank you.

It’s incredible run for RIM over the past few years. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull it back a little bit?

Research In Motion is certainly on the very / position, given that one is very strong in terms of business market. But soon they’re making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking for the wireless service providers with those Verizon wireless of AT&T’s. Typically, these companies find that smart phone customers have much higher daily usages. They generally drive the much higher bills and obviously drive higher profit margins. There’re people maybe raising concerns or various places that, you know, consumers will become more strapped to the extent that it’s growing to be sold with the subsidy in sense of the profitability with them, expect sell phone company to heavily push this product.

Do you expect that the issue would be reaching into other markets? Apple doing with the iphone, RIM certainly doing with Blackberry, where maybe those subsidies won’t play such a big factor or maybe these phonets won’t be subsidized. Or can you bet on that in all the markets?

Our view is that subsidies can be very significant unless we indicated that the earlier usage level is quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now there is usage drives, billings drives, revenues, and the standpoint for the recent weaker economy. Obviously, companies are just trying to find the way to maximize everything they can.

Ah, when we talk about this steady use , we really focus on corperate email, something RIM has nailed down. But Apple said “hey, we’re working on that. software as well.” What happens if and when Apple goes to develop that software? What happens to Rim?

What happens to Rim is that Rim is going to have a consider what gonna do with their own prioritery standard / make the side/. They concern the developers come in to have more features/. Certainly, we saw that apple with the iphone G3, 3G introduction that they’re making obviously very big play to talk about a number of independent software developers out there. We also see recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the soft provider, Symbian, for their phones certainly to make their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So, we’re moving to the situations here that we gonna find that the software standards are more open, trying to output , and trying to bring about creativity, trying to widen the choice for the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice some points . However, we’ll think the Research In Motion giving as strong as they are in the business market doesn’t necessarily have to make that choice immediately.

Right now, you know, finally some other competition out there, beyond that a lot of people might say that Microsoft has the technology to really push Rim out of the water a few well. Do you think they look after for other competition, and where else they can grow outside the the Blackberry or can they not?

Well, when you’re looking at the global cell phone marke, in that sells billion and half units annually recieveing profits in smart phone at farely low number of less than 10%, and given some of the attractions, price/ margins. Yes, there is a lot of competition growing in smart phone market. We would say that we respect Microsoft. Microsoft is trying to push windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time. For companies like Sumsang, support them doing that. We’ve been really finding out that Mircosoft really successful in terms of providing something that consumer really is willing to pay up for, as they’re / , Research In Motion product, or Apple product, or well, palm product, or even some basic Nokia product.

Okay, thank you so much for seeing / we’ll see what happens there. I appreciated it, David Garrity, director research in Dinasoar security’s track Rim, track Apple, or any other tech-stock in your portfolio right here on our website.

[ 本帖最后由 jtt0217 于 2008-6-27 21:59 编辑 ]
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on shanjiason

 

all the battle continue between Blackberry and its competition.so what is the head in smartphone sector? can the Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest or are there other competitors encroaching on its space.with me now is David Garrity.he is diretor of research at dinosraur security.David,thanks for joining us.thank you.

 

pretty incredible run for RIM over the past year,so,can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit?

 

Ah,Reseach In motion is certainly in an advantageous position,given the one of the very strong in terms of business market.but two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of comsumer market.and i think for investors who really focus on here is that when you are look at the wireless service providers whether it's the Verizon Wireless or the AT&T.typically these companies find smartphone customers have much higher daily usages. they generally drive some much higher bill and / drive higher profit margins.// people may be raising concerns in various places that,you know,consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones being sold out to subsidy and to the extent that there're greater profitability with them,expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product.

 

ah,do you expect that being an issue when we were reseach into other markets?ah,apple's doing the Iphone, RIM certainly doing the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor.maybe these phones won't be subsidized.so can you bet on that in all the markets?

our view is the subsidies is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier,the usage level's quite high,relative to other phones for the wireless service providers.now we see usage drives,billings drives,revenues in the standpoint looking a weaker economy.obviously companies are interested in trying to find the a way to maximize everything they can.

 

ah,when we talk about the steady use we are really focuing on coporate E-mails,something that RIM has nailed down.but apple says"hey,we are working on that software as well."what happens if and when apple / develop that software?what happens to RIM.

 

what happens to RIM is that you konw RIM is going to have to consider what can they do around their propritary standard.they assigned to make it open so they can start to have the developers come in and add more / features.certainly so that apple the iphone,G3,er,3G introduction,that they were making obviously very big play to talk with ten independent software developers who are gonna be out there.and we also saw recently that Nokia,in buying in half software provider--symbian,for their phones certainly  making their product free.we also know that goole with android,so we're moving into this situation here we're gonna find that the software standards are more open and trying to improve and trying to bring about creativity,try to provide greater choice to the comsumer.and Reseacher In Motion will have to make their choice at some point time.however,we will think Research In Motion given as stronger as they are in the business market,doesn't necessarily have to make a choice immediately.

 

now,right now,you know,finally some other competition out there beyond apple.a lot of people say micosoft has the technology to really push RIM out of water if it will.do you think they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the blackberry or can they not?

 

well,when you're looking on the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a farily low number that less than 10%.and / give some attractions of in terms of price points and margins,yes,there is lot of competition growing in this smart phone market.we would say that we respect micosoft.micosoft has tried to push windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that./ we really haven't found micosoft really successful in terms of providing something that the comsumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or or an apple product / a / product, or / even in some cases a Nokia product.

 

Ok,thank you so much foresee we'll see what happens there.we appreciate it.David Garrity,director of Research at Dinosaur Securities.track RIM,tack apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.

[ 本帖最后由 jacqueline09 于 2008-6-27 23:05 编辑 ]
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On shanjason All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smartphone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there other competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of research at Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us. Thank you. It's been pretty an incredible run for RIM over the past / year/. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit? Well, Research In Motion is certainly in an advantageous position, given them one of the very strong in terms of the business market. But two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking at the wireless service providers whether it's the Verizon Wireless or the AT&T, typically these companies find that the smartphone customers have much higher daily usage/, which generally drives a much higher bill and obviously drives higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones are being sold to subsidy and to the extent that there’re being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product. Ah, do you expect that being an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah Apple’s / doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the markets? Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier, / the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now we see usage drives, billings drives, revenues in the standpoint of a / and weaker economy. Obviously / companies are interested in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can. Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well" So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM? What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more (innovative) features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, / G3, eh, 3G introduction, they were making obviously very big play to talk with the independent software developers who are gonna be out there. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving into a situation here we're gonna find the software standards are more open and trying to improve and to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point and time. However, we would think that Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately. Now, right now, you know, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say that Microsoft has the technology to really push RIM out of the water if it will. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not? Well when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number that less than 10 percent. And / given service attractions of (their own)/in terms of price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that we respect the Microsoft. Microsoft has (tired) to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or perhaps a Palm product or, you know, even in some cases a Nokia product. OK. Thank you so much. We'll (see ya and) see what happens there. We appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Research at Dinosaur Securities. Track RIM, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in Palm product our portfolio right here on our site.

on jacqueline09

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all the battle continues between Blackberry and its competition.so what is the head in smartphone sector? can the Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest or are there other competitors encroaching on its space.with me now is David Garrity.he is diretor of research at dinosraur security.David,thanks for joining us.thank you.

 

pretty incredible run for RIM over the past year,so,can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit?

 

Ah,Reseach In motion is certainly in an advantageous position,given the one of the very strong in terms of business market.but two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of comsumer market.and i think for investors who really focus on here is that when you are look at the wireless service providers whether it's the Verizon Wireless or the AT&T.typically these companies find smartphone customers have much higher daily usages. they generally drive some much higher bill and / drive higher profit margins. and while people may be raising concerns in various places that,you know,consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones being sold out to subsidy and to the extent that there're greater profitability with them,expect the cellphone companies to heavily push this product.

 

ah,do you expect that being an issue when we were reseach into other markets?ah,apple's doing the Iphone, RIM certainly doing the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor.maybe these phones won't be subsidized.so can you bet on that in all the markets?

our view is the subsidies is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier,the usage level's quite high,relative to other phones for the wireless service providers.now we see usage drives,billings drives,revenues in the standpoint looking a weaker economy.obviously companies are interested in trying to find the a way to maximize everything they can.

 

ah,when we talk about the steady use we are really focuing on coporate E-mails,something that RIM has nailed down.but apple says"hey,we are working on that software as well."what happens if and when apple goes to develop that software?what happens to RIM.

 

what happens to RIM is that you konw RIM is going to have to consider what can they do around their proprietory standard.they assigned to make it open so they can start to have the developers come in and add more * features.certainly so that apple with the iphone,G3,er,3G introduction,that they were making obviously very big play to talk with memory independent software developers who are gonna be out there.and we also saw recently that Nokia,in buying in half of software provider--symbian,for their phones certainly gonna making their product free.we also know that goole with android,so we're moving into this situation here we're gonna find that the software standards are more open and trying to improve and trying to bring about creativity,try to provide greater choice to the comsumer.and Reseacher In Motion will have to make their choice at some point time.however,we will think Research In Motion given as stronger as they are in the business market,doesn't necessarily have to make a choice immediately.

 

now,right now,you know,finally some other competition out there beyond apple.a lot of people say micosoft has the technology to really push RIM out of water if it will.do you think they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the blackberry or can they not?

 

well,when you're looking on the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a farily low number that less than 10%.and / give some attractions of in terms of price points and margins,yes,there is lot of competition growing in this smart phone market.we would say that we respect micosoft.micosoft has tried to push windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. we really haven't found micosoft really successful in terms of providing something that the comsumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or or an apple product / a prompt product, or / even in some cases a Nokia product.

 

Ok,thank you so much foresee we'll see what happens there.we appreciate it.David Garrity,director of Research at Dinosaur Securities.track RIM,tack apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.

 

 

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 sundaydesert 于 2008-6-29 11:55 编辑 ]
It's most fortunate
that we do not know exactly
what kind of world we live on.

It would be necessary
to have existed very long,
decidedly longer
than the world.

If only for comparison
to get acquainted with other worlds.

One must soar out of the body
which cannot do anything
but limit
and create difficulties.

For the sake of research,
clarity of the picture,
and the final results,
one must rise above time,
in which everything drives and whirls.

From this perspective
you must once and for all get rid of
details and episodes.

Counting the days of the week
must seem
a meaningless activity,

throwing letters into a mail box
is a whim of foolish youth,

the plaque "Don't trample the grass" is
a senseless one.
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all the battle continues between Blackberry and its competition.so what is the head in smartphone sector? can the Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest or are there other competitors encroaching on its space.with me now is David Garrity.he is diretor of research at dinosraur security.David,thanks for joining us.thank you.
 

pretty incredible run for RIM over the past year,so,can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit?


 

Ah,Reseach In motion is certainly in an advantageous position,given the one of the very strong in terms of business market.but two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of comsumer market.and i think for investors who really focus on here is that when you are look at the wireless service providers whether it's the Verizon Wireless or the AT&T.

 

typically these companies find smartphone customers have much higher daily usages. they generally drive some much higher bill and  drive higher profit margins. and while people may be raising concerns in various places that,you know,consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones being sold out to subsidy and to the extent that there're greater profitability with them,expect the cellphone companies to heavily push this product.


 

ah,do you expect that being an issue when we were reseach into other markets?ah,apple's doing the Iphone, RIM certainly doing the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor.maybe these phones won't be subsidized.so can you bet on that in all the markets?


our view is the subsidies is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier,the usage level's quite high,relative to other phones for the wireless service providers.now we see usage drives,billings drives,revenues in the standpoint looking a weaker economy.obviously companies are interested in trying to find the a way to maximize everything they can.


 

ah,when we talk about the steady use we are really focuing on coporate E-mails,something that RIM has nailed down.but apple says"hey,we are working on that software as well."what happens if and when apple goes to develop that software?what happens to RIM.


 

what happens to RIM is that you konw RIM is going to have to consider what can they do around their proprietory standard.they assigned to make it open so they can start to have the developers come in and add more its features.certainly so that apple with the iphone,G3,er,3G introduction,that they were making obviously very big play to talk with memory independent software developers who are gonna be out there.and we also saw recently that Nokia,in buying in half of software provider--symbian,for their phones certainly gonna making their product free.

 

We also know that goole with android,so we're moving into this situation here we're gonna find that the software standards are more open and trying to improve and trying to bring about creativity,try to provide greater choice to the comsumer.and Reseacher In Motion will have to make their choice at some point time.however,we will think Research In Motion given as stronger as they are in the business market,doesn't necessarily have to make a choice immediately.


 

now,right now,you know,finally some other competition out there beyond apple.a lot of people say micosoft has the technology to really push RIM out of water if it will.do you think they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the blackberry or can they not?


 

well,when you're looking on the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a farily low number that less than 10%.and  give some attractions of in terms of price points and margins,yes,there is lot of competition growing in this smart phone market.

 

 

we would say that we respect micosoft.micosoft has tried to push windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. we really haven't found micosoft really successful in terms of providing something that the comsumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or or an apple product  a prompt product, or  even in some cases a Nokia product.


 

Ok,thank you so much foresee we'll see what happens there.we appreciate it.David Garrity,director of Research at Dinosaur Securities.track RIM,tack apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.

 

 

 

 

on xkx

 

All the battle continues between the Blackberry and its competition. So what's ahead in smartphone sector? Can Research In Motion stay ahead of the rest? Or are there other competitors encroaching on its space? With me now is David Garrity. He is the director of research at Dinosaur Securities. David, thanks for joining us. Thank you.

 

It's been pretty an incredible run for RIM over the past / year/. So can they keep this momentum up or do they have to sort of pull back a little bit? Well, Research In Motion is certainly in an advantageous position, given them one of the very strong in terms of the business market. But two, they are making very meaningful progress in terms of the consumer market. And I think for investors who really focus on here is that when you’re looking at the wireless service providers whether it's the  Verizon Wireless or the AT&T, typically these companies find that the smartphone customers have much higher daily usage/, which generally drives a much higher bill and obviously just as higher profit margins. And while people may be raising concerns in various places that, you know, consumers are becoming more strapped to the extent that these phones are being sold to subsidy and to the extent / there/ being greater profitability with them, expect the cell phone companies to heavily push this product.

 

Ah, do you expect that being an issue when we were reaching into other markets. Ah Apple’s / doing with the IPhone, RIM certainly doing with the Blackberry where maybe those subsidies won't play such a big factor. Maybe these phones won't be subsidized. So can you bet on that in all the markets?

 

Our view is that the subsidy is gonna be very significant and as we indicated earlier, / the usage level's quite high, relative to other phones, for the wireless service providers. Now we see usage drives, billings drives, revenues in the standpoint of a / and weaker economy. Obviously / companies are interested in trying to find a way to maximize everything they can.

 

Ah.. when we talk about the steady use we are really focusing on corporate emails, something that RIM has nailed down. But Apple says "Hey, we are working on that software as well" So what happens if and when Apple does develop that software? What happens to RIM?

 

What happens to RIM is that you know RIM is going to have to consider what they're gonna do with their own proprietary standard. They assigned to make it open. So they can start to have the developers come in and add more in the way features. Certainly we saw that Apple, with the IPhone, / G3, eh, 3G introduction, they were making obviously very big play to talk with the independent software developers who are gonna be out there. And we also saw recently that Nokia, in buying in half of the software provider Symbian, for their phones are certainly gonna be making their product free. We also know that Google with Android. So we're moving into a situation here we're gonna find that the software standards are more open and trying to improve and to bring about creativity, trying to provide greater choice to the consumer. And Research In Motion will have to make that choice at some point and time. However, we would think that Research In Motion, given as strong as they are in the business market, doesn't necessarily have to make that choice immediately.

 

Now, right now, you know, finally some other competition out there beyond Apple. A lot of people say (that) Microsoft has the technology to really push RIM out of the water if it will. Do you think that they have to look out for other competition and where else can they grow outside of the Blackberry or can they not?

 

Well when you're looking into the global cell phone market and access to a billion and half units annually and you're still finding smart phones at a fairly low number that less than 10 percent. And / given some of the attractions  in various terms of price points and margins, yes, there is a lot of competition growing in this smart phone market. We would say that with respect to Microsoft, Microsoft has been trying to push Windows in terms of compact edition for quite some time and has had companies like Samsung supporting them in doing that. But we really haven't found Microsoft really successful in terms of providing something that the consumer really is as willing to pay up for as they are potentially a Research In Motion product or an Apple product or  perhaps a / Palm product or, you know, even in some cases a Nokia product.

 

OK. Thank you so much. We'll see what happens there. We appreciate it. David Garrity, director of Research at  Dinosaur Securities. Track RIM, track Apple and all the other tech-stocks in your portfolio right here on our site.

 

 

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