said by mozerd: said by JPedroT:
You might think USA is the brain capital, but its not. And for ZyXEL it has never been an important part either.
I do not think --- I know the USA is the brain capital when it comes to networking, operating systems and computing at every level .. Insofar as ZyXEL I have no idea but they would benefit from excellent software engineering done in the USA.
I am sorry, but you should get out a bit more
I'll put any of scandinavian countries up against the US any day, when it comes to quality and productivity
And on top of that, most of the brainy guys are imported from the rest of the world anyway
So historically the system in the US has pushed the boundaries of computing, but the smartest brains in the US are now looking at how to squeeze more out of the financial markets or get you to click on ads.
If you look at broadband in the USA today, its stone-age compared to leading countries, ie Korea, Japan, China etc in Asia, Nordic countries Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland.
The baltic states are way ahead most other countries.
UK is more like USA, in that regards, but if you look at Germany or Switzerland you notice you guys are lagging.
So moving anything to USA is not a silver bullet.
I have told US companies for almost 10 years now, look at the Nordics, thats where your market will be in about 2-3 years. Especially Finland/Sweden, those guys are beyond bleeding edge usually.--
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