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"Derek's knowledge of the wireless sector goes very deep. I am also impressed with his ability to identify and organize issues/problems and to put together action plans that address the issues/problems."
"Liz is brilliant - I started the Qualcomm Innovation Center from scratch and needed to quickly engage with the Silicon Valley ecosystem. Liz helped me make this happen. We created a cloud services business with her help."
"We were all very impressed by Derek's depth of understanding of the industry, our business, and how he could add value to our business."
"I find Liz to be one of the most talented individuals that I have ever worked with, regardless of the industry or the need. She is a true professional with a great breadth of expertise with the results to back it up."
"Derek is a safe pair of hands (results and timeliness/quality of deliverables) with a real brain. He adapts very well to all level of audiences, and will deliver quality if it is a specific piece of research on an expert subject or a wider piece of business analysis for senior decision making."
"Thanks to the wireless industry knowledge, organizational and communication skills, and charisma of Liz and the Kerton Group, we were ultimately more successful that we had ever anticipated."
"Derek has performed for us a variety of missions related to the telecom industry. He has in-depth knowledge of the telecom market and excellent insight of its evolutions - both technical and marketing."
"Derek has a unique blend of product, business and financial sense. He adds value on every project he touches. He's a super team player and really 'gets it' when it comes to results."
BloombergTV interview on with an outlook on Sprint Nextel Corp in 2012watch the interview
20 years of contributions to the TechDirt blog and analyst community online.Derek on TechDirt
So what does the Android OS mean for competing OSes? Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Mobile and Nokia Corp.’s Symbian OSes are likely big losers in the space, although they brought on the trouble themselves, said Derek Kerton, principal analyst at the Kerton Group.Article on RCR
Interview on Future Connected CarsWatch the interview
AT&T's offer is even more clever than T-Mobile's Binge On, because consumers who cut the cord often rely more on wireless data, Kerton said. Those who turn to mobile data for all their Internet needs eventually are labeled "data hogs" by the wireless carriers.Article from 2016
Index of articles published on RCR WirelessIndex of Derek's articles on RCRWireless
Contributor to the Insight Community a platform for expertise on demand managed by The Copia Institute.Derek on Insight Community
Interview on Dice about the future of MobileOSwatch the interview
Spot on predictions on the iPhone and its industry impact before the release of the first iPhone in 2007.Read the predictions
"Ultimately, widespread municipal Wi-Fi projects will fail, Kerton believes, as residents quickly demand new technology down the road."Read the article on CNN
“[Automotive manufacturers] need to find companies stable enough and with enough investment to make it through the product development cycle with a car company, which everybody knows is not short,” Kerton said.Read the article on Techcrunch
Liz Kerton discusses the challenges and importance of developing apps for the connected car that promote safety and keep the driver's attention focused on the roads.Watch the interview
"Big automotive companies sometimes need help finding the little companies that can move them to innovate. That's where Liz Kerton comes in."Read the Story
“When it comes to IoT, “you need to pick you battles,” Kerton said. “Wineries probably not. But smart cities yes.”Read more
Index of contributions and articles on Enterprise IoT Insights - a multimedia, multichannel community and event series for ICT decision makersArticles listed here