Published: 18 July 2006
Analyst(s): Jim Tully , Tom Austin , Gene Phifer , Carl Claunch , Daniel Sholler , Nick Jones , Andrea Di Maio , Rafe John Graham Ball , Mark Driver , David Norton , Paul McGuckin , Rita E. Knox , W. Roy Schulte , Steve Cramoysan , David Willis , Nikos Drakos , Martin Reynolds , David McCoy , Leslie Fiering , Monica Basso , Mike Blechar , David Smith , Whit Andrews , Ray Valdes , Christophe Uzureau , John Davison , David Mario Smith , Ken Dulaney , Jackie Fenn , Stephen Smith , Ted Chamberlin , David Cearley
The Hype Cycle for emerging technologies targets planners who advise their organizations on the adoption of emerging technologies. We feature 36 technologies that have great potential impact or that are being significantly hyped or underhyped in the marketplace.
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