About the Founder
Bob O'Donnell
TECHnalysis Research was founded by technology market research veteran Bob O'Donnell.

USAToday Column
May 23, 2023

When does Windows CoPilot launch? Here's everything you need to know.

As you’ve undoubtedly noticed, AI-related news is everywhere, and its impact continues to grow. Just last week, OpenAI released an iOS version of ChatGPT (an Android version is coming soon) that runs directly on your iPhone and adds the ability to speak your request for information into its interactive chatbot user interface. Now, Microsoft has announced that it’s bringing a range of new generative AI-powered features to Windows 11 starting in June.


TECHnalysis Research, LLC provides strategic consulting and market research services to the technology industry and professional financial community. Building on a deep understanding of critical technology and business trends in conjunction with hard-hitting, original research, the firm provides unique "out-of-the-box" perspectives that are still grounded in the practical realities of the technology, media and telecom markets.

June 1, 2023

Hybrid AI is moving generative AI tech from the cloud to our devices

As exciting as generative AI tools like ChatGPT, Google’s Bard and Microsoft’s numerous Copilots may be, they all currently face one restriction: you have to be connected to the Internet to use them. Now, for most people and in most situations that isn’t a big problem, but imagine how great it would be if you could use them on your computers and smartphones even if you have a poor connection or none at all?



RCR Wireless Column
March 23, 2023

Yes, vRAN and O-RAN are coming, just more slowly than we thought

Watching the evolution of telco carrier RAN networks feels like viewing a sports replay in slow motion. It’s \interesting to see, and there are often angles and perspectives that crop up that aren’t immediately apparent. In the end, however, you still know where things are going to end up. In the case of radio access networks, there’s little doubt that we’ll eventually end up in a world where RANs will primarily be built with, managed, and evolve by software...