Econ 483_Lecture 15_Indirect networks

E indirect networks open standards cases high tech

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Unformatted text preview: ards Cases High-tech industry E The Microsoft case As a young upstart entrant, Microsoft must have consented to making Netscape & Java compatible with the Windows environment (since) Microsoft’ applications programming interfaces are not public. s The cross-platform capabilities served as open standards. As a dominant market incumbent, Microsoft attempted to get rid of these capabilities & create applications exclusive to its platform. Lecture 15: Indirect networks, Econ483: Econ of Innovation & Technology, Evangelia Chalioti c A ll rights reserved. Indirect networks Open standards Cases High-tech industry vs A rare case that the company which copied the software won the lawsuit. Lecture 15: Indirect networks, Econ483: Econ of Innovation & Technology, Evangelia Chalioti c A ll rights reserved. E Indirect networks Open standards Cases High-tech industry Sega vs Accolade (the 1992 case) Sega: an integrated …rm that sold game consoles & games In 1988, Sega invented the console which is called "GENESIS". Accolade: a game deve...
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