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

Generative AI Study
July 26, 2023

A New Beginning: Generative AI in the Enterprise

The latest research report investigates interest, usage, applications, vendor preferences and understanding of Generative AI (GenAI) tools and their impact in US-based 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.

February 20, 2024

Intel’s Gelsinger Describes a Different Kind of Foundry

The big question that most people who follow chip giant Intel have is, why? Why has the company chosen to make the huge strategic pivot and investment to not only make chips for itself—as it has always done—but open up their factories to manufacture chips for other companies. It’s a particularly vexing question for Intel because they previously tried this chip foundry model—as the business of building chips for other companies is called—and it failed on two previous occasions. Fortunately, in advance of the company’s first ever event dedicated to their Intel Foundry business happening this week, I had the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger to get a sense of what his and the company’s strategic goals are in making this bold move.



February 1, 2024

How Will GenAI Impact Our Devices?

Now that we’re into year 2 of the Generative AI phenomenon, it’s time to start digging into the second and third order implications of what this technology revolution may actually bring about. One question that’s evolved quite a bit over the past year is the potential impact that GenAI will have on things like PCs, smartphones, tablets, wearables, and other devices. Initially, it seemed like these various computing gadgets wouldn’t be much of a factor, as all the early GenAI applications and services were done in the cloud and simply accessed like any other website or application...