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

Forbes Column
May 12, 2022

Qualcomm Extends 5G Beyond Phones

While most of the attention given to 5G has been related to smartphones, many have started to discuss the fact that there’s a much broader opportunity for the technology. Recently, for example, we’ve seen a number of important developments related to using 5G to deliver wireless broadband services (sometimes called Fixed Wireless Access, or FWA) to homes and businesses.


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 29, 2022

Arm Aims to Make Mobile Graphics “Immortal-is”

Many tech enthusiasts who like to dig into the underlying technology within their favorite devices understand the importance of news from Arm—the company whose chip architectures underly virtually every smartphone in the world, a huge chunk of IoT devices, and an increasing percentage of PCs and servers as well. As with most of the company’s key clients, including Apple, Samsung, Qualcomm, Mediatek, Amazon, Nvidia, Marvell and many others, Arm has a roughly annual cadence for critical advancements...


  USAToday Column
June 9, 2022

New M2 MacBooks signal Apple is moving full-steam ahead with its computers

How do you make something both a surprise and not a surprise at the same time? Well, if you’re Apple, you announce something most everyone expects you to do at a much different time than most people thought you would. No, I’m not talking about the highly anticipated (but still only rumored) AR headset (that’s likely something for next year). This week’s announcement belonged to the new M2 chip-based MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops, which the company unveiled at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).