10 Grafici Che cambierà la Vostra Prospettiva Di Amazon Brevetto GrowthTech Aziende

Getty </div> </div> <ul> <li>Since 2010 Amazon has grown its patent portfolio from less than 1,000 active patents in 2010 to nearly 10,000 in 2019, a ten-fold increase in less than a decade.</li> <li>Amazon heavily cites Microsoft, IBM, and Alphabet, with 39%, 32% and 28% of Amazon’s total Patent Asset Index</li> <li>Amazon’s patent portfolio is dominated by Cloud Computing, with the majority of the patents contributing to AWS’ current and future services roadmap. AWS achieved 41% year-over-year revenue growth in the latest fiscal quarter, reaching $7.6B in revenue.</li> </ul> <p>Patents are fascinating because they provide a glimpse into potential plans, and roadmaps tech companies are considering. Amazon has one of the most interesting patent portfolios today that encompass a wide spectrum of technologies, from aircraft technology, drones, cloud computing, to machine learning. Interested in learning more about Amazon’s unique patent portfolio, I contacted <a href="https://www.patentsight.com/en-us/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener" data-ga-track="ExternalLink:https://www.patentsight.com/en-us/">PatentSight, a LexisNexis company</a>, one of the leading providers of patent analytics and provider of the <a href="https://www.patentsight.com/en-us/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener" data-ga-track="ExternalLink:https://www.patentsight.com/en-us/">PatentSight analytics platform</a> used for creating the ten charts shown below.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Amazon patents grew at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of above 35% between 2010 and 2019.</strong> PatentSight’s analysis shows that Amazon’s patent portfolio has increased tenfold in the last decade, and is comprised entirely of organic patents with only a small percentage gained from acquisitions. PatentSight also finds that Amazon’s patents have a falling average quality as measured by their Competitive Impact score shown on the vertical axis of the chart below. As Amazon’s patent portfolio has grown, there has been a downward trend of quality. <a href="https://www.patentsight.com/en-us/patent-analytics-services#WilliamMansfield" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener" data-ga-track="ExternalLink:https://www.patentsight.com/en-us/patent-analytics-services#WilliamMansfield">William Mansfield, Head of Consulting and Customer Success at LexisNexis PatentSight</a> explains why. “To maintain a high quality when growing the portfolio is difficult, as each patent would need to be equally as good as or better than the previous,” he said. Mr. Mansfield’s analysis found that Amazon’s portfolio has an average Competitive Impact of 2 today, double the PatentSight database average of 1.</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>Amazon’s patent portfolio is unique in that 100% of it is protected in the U.S. “</strong>The protection strategy of Amazon is also uncommon. While it can be the case that US firms tend to be US-centric, Amazon is an extreme case,” said William Mansfield. It’s surprising how many Amazon patents are active only in the USA (86%) and invented in the USA and active only in the USA (81%). William explained that “one factor for this US-centricity could be the great acceptance of software patents in the USA, we do also see high US-only filing for other tech giants, but are a level of around 60% vs. Amazon’s 86%.”</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>PatentSight found that the majority of the Amazon portfolio falls in the 2nd decile of Competitive Impact (top 20% - 10%).</strong> Comparable technology-based organizations have a higher density of patents in the top 10% of Competitive Impact, which is another unusual aspect regarding Amazon’s patent growth. “This is unusual compared to other big tech companies which have more in the top 10%, it could be Amazon is holding onto more lower value assets than required,” William Mansfield remarked.</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>Amazon’s patent citations most often cite Microsoft, IBM, and Alphabet, with 39%, 32% and 28% of Amazon’s total Patent Asset Index.</strong> Interesting that PatentSight’s analysis finds the reciprocal is not the case. A much smaller percentage of companies cite Amazon in return. This can be attributed to a few other firms having the breadth and depth of patent development that Amazon does today.&nbsp; PatentSight found that less than 10% of their respective portfolios even mention Amazon. &nbsp;William Mansfield explains that “one factor here is the larger size of these companies, vs. Amazon. However, even in absolute terms, Microsoft and IBM cite Amazon much less than the other way round. However, citation value is close to equal in absolute terms between Amazon and Alphabet.”</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>Relying on patents to keep AWS’ rapid growth going appears to be Amazon’s high priority patent strategy today. </strong>As can be seen from the portfolio below, Cloud Computing patents dominate Amazon’s patent portfolio today. In the latest fiscal quarter ending March 31, 2019, AWS delivered $7.9B in revenue and$2.2B in operating income, growing 41% year-over-year. “Amazon’s ongoing developments in alternative delivery methods in Urban Logistics and Drones are noteworthy with Drones being one area of particular strength in the portfolio as seen from the high Competitive Impact, despite the smaller portfolio size,” notes William Mansfield.</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>Amazon’s prioritization of cloud computing, AI, and machine learning patents is evident when 18 years of patent history is compared.</strong> The proliferation of AI and machine learning-based services on the AWS platform is apparent in the trend line starting in 2014. The success of <a href="https://aws.amazon.com/machine-learning/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener" data-ga-track="ExternalLink:https://aws.amazon.com/machine-learning/">Amazon’s SageMaker machine learning platform</a> is a case in point. Amazon SageMaker enables developers and data scientists to quickly and easily build, train, and deploy machine learning models at scale.</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>Amazon is already one of the top 10 patent holders in Drone technology, just behind Alphabet and Toyota Motors.</strong> PatentSight defines Drone technology as encompassing aviation, autonomous robots, and autonomous driving. Amazon’s rapid ascent in this area is attributable to the logistics and supply chain efficiencies possible when Drones and their related technologies are applied to their supply chain’s more complex challenges.</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>PatentSight finds that FinTech is an area of long-standing strength in the Amazon patent portfolio, attribute to their payment systems being the backbone of their e-commerce business.</strong> Reflecting how diverse their business model has become, Amazon is now one of the top 15 patent holders in this area due to cloud computing, AI, and machine learning taking precedence. “FinTech is a highly competitive field with many established players, and while Amazon is not in the top 10, but top 15 players, it’s still an impressive achievement,” said William Mansfield.</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>Amazon’s patent portfolio in speech recognition encompasses Alexa, its related patents, and </strong><a href="https://aws.amazon.com/lex/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener" data-ga-track="ExternalLink:https://aws.amazon.com/lex/"><strong data-ga-track="ExternalLink:https://aws.amazon.com/lex/">Amazon Lex, an AWS service used for creating conversational interfaces for applications</strong></a><strong>.</strong> Alphabet, Apple, Microsoft, and Samsung are patent leaders, according to PatentSight’s analysis. The fact that Amazon is in the top 10 speaks to the level of activity and patent production going on in the Alexa research and development and product teams.</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>Amazon’s patent strategy is eclectic yet always anchored to cloud computing to make AWS the platform of choice.</strong> The following selected patens reflect how broad the Amazon patent portfolio is. What each share in common is a reliance on AWS as the platform to ensure service consistency, reliability, and scale. An example of this is their patents Video Game Streaming.</li> </ul> PatentSight, a LexisNexis company </div> </div> <p>&nbsp;</p>" readability="17.305785123967">
  • Dal 2010 Amazon ha sviluppato il proprio portafoglio di brevetti da meno di 1.000 brevetti attivi nel 2010 a quasi 10.000 nel 2019, con un incremento di oltre dieci volte in meno di un decennio.
  • Amazon pesantemente cita Microsoft, IBM, e l’Alfabeto, con il 39%, 32% e il 28% di Amazon totale di Brevetto Indice di Attività
  • Amazon portafoglio di brevetti è dominato dal Cloud Computing, con la maggior parte dei brevetti che contribuiscono a AWS’ i servizi attuali e futuri tabella di marcia. AWS raggiunto il 41% anno-su-anno di crescita del fatturato nell’ultimo trimestre fiscale, raggiungendo $7.6 B delle entrate.

I brevetti sono affascinanti perché forniscono un assaggio di potenziali piani, e tabelle di marcia tech stanno prendendo in considerazione. Amazon è uno dei più interessanti portafogli brevetti, oggi, che comprendono una vasta gamma di tecnologie, dalla tecnologia aeronautica, droni, cloud computing, alla macchina di apprendimento. Interessati a saperne di più su Amazon unico portafoglio di brevetti, ho contattato PatentSight, un LexisNexis società, uno dei principali fornitori di brevetto analytics e fornitore del PatentSight piattaforma di analisi utilizzato per la creazione di dieci carte mostrato di seguito.

  • Amazon brevetti è cresciuta ad un Tasso Annuo di Crescita Composto (CAGR) di sopra del 35% tra il 2010 e il 2019. PatentSight analisi mostra che Amazon portafoglio di brevetti è aumentato di dieci volte nell’ultimo decennio, ed è composto interamente di organico brevetti con solo una piccola percentuale guadagnato da acquisizioni. PatentSight rileva inoltre che Amazon brevetti hanno una caduta di qualità media, come misurato dalla loro Impatto Concorrenziale punteggio indicato sull’asse verticale del grafico di seguito. Come Amazon portafoglio di brevetti è cresciuta, c’è stata una tendenza al ribasso della qualità. William Mansfield, Testa di Consulenza e di Successo dei Clienti a LexisNexis PatentSight spiega perché. “Per mantenere alta la qualità quando cresce il portafoglio è difficile, come ogni brevetto avrebbe bisogno di essere altrettanto buono come o meglio dei precedenti,” ha detto. Signor Mansfield analisi ha riscontrato che Amazon portafoglio ha una media Impatto Concorrenziale di 2 oggi, il doppio di PatentSight database media di 1.
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  • Amazon portafoglio di brevetti è l’unica che il 100% di esso è protetto degli stati UNITI“,La strategia di protezione di Amazon è anche raro. Mentre può essere il caso che le imprese tendono ad essere NOI-centrico, Amazon è un caso estremo,” ha detto William Mansfield. E ‘ sorprendente come molti di Amazon brevetti attivi solo in USA (86%) e inventato negli stati UNITI e attivo solo in USA (81%). William ha spiegato che “un fattore che per questo CI centralità potrebbe essere la grande accettazione dei brevetti software in USA, ci fai vedere anche elevati di solo deposito per altri giganti della tecnologia, ma sono un livello di circa il 60% rispetto di Amazon 86%.”
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  • PatentSight trovato che la maggior parte di Amazon portafoglio cade nel 2 ° decile di Impatto Concorrenziale (top 20% – 10%). Tecnologia analoga-organizzazioni di base hanno una maggiore densità di brevetti nel top 10% dell’Impatto Concorrenziale, che è un altro aspetto insolito per quanto riguarda Amazon brevetto di crescita. “Questo è anomala rispetto alle altre grandi aziende tecnologiche che hanno più del 10%, potrebbe essere Amazon trattiene più basso valore di attività rispetto al necessario,” William Mansfield ha detto.
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  • Amazon brevetto citazioni più spesso citare Microsoft, IBM, e l’Alfabeto, con il 39%, 32% e il 28% di Amazon totale di Brevetto Indice di Attività. Interessante che PatentSight analisi rileva che il reciproco non è il caso. Una percentuale molto minore di aziende citare Amazon ritorno. Questo può essere attribuito a un paio di altre ditte che hanno l’ampiezza e la profondità del brevetto di sviluppo che Amazon fa oggi. PatentSight scoperto che meno del 10% dei rispettivi portafogli anche parlare di Amazon. William Mansfield spiega che “un fattore qui è la dimensione più grande di queste aziende, contro Amazon. Tuttavia, anche in termini assoluti, Microsoft e IBM citare Amazon molto meno che il contrario. Tuttavia, la citazione valore è vicino al pari in termini assoluti tra Amazon e l’Alfabeto.”
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  • Basandosi sui brevetti per mantenere AWS rapida crescita sembra essere di Amazon di alta priorità della strategia in materia di brevetto oggi. Come si può vedere dal portafoglio di seguito, il Cloud Computing brevetti dominare Amazon portafoglio di brevetti di oggi. Nell’ultimo trimestre fiscale, terminato il 31 Marzo 2019, AWS consegnati $7.9 B ricavi e$2.2 B proventi operativi in crescita del 41% anno su anno. “Amazon gli sviluppi in alternativa ai metodi di consegna in Logistica Urbana e Droni sono degni di nota con Droni essendo una zona di particolare forza in portafoglio, come si è visto dall’alto Impatto Concorrenziale, nonostante il piccolo portafoglio dimensione,” note di William Mansfield.
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  • Amazon priorità del cloud computing, AI, e di machine learning brevetti è evidente quando a 18 anni di brevetto storia è rispetto. La proliferazione di AI e di apprendimento automatico e di servizi basati sulla piattaforma AWS è evidente la linea di tendenza a partire dal 2014. Il successo di Amazon SageMaker macchina piattaforma e-learning è un caso in punto. Amazon SageMaker consente agli sviluppatori e i dati agli scienziati di costruire rapidamente e facilmente, in treno, e distribuzione di apprendimento automatico di modelli in scala.
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  • Amazon è già uno dei top 10 titolari di brevetti Drone tecnologia, proprio dietro l’Alfabeto e Toyota Motors. PatentSight definisce Drone tecnologia che comprende l’aviazione, i robot autonomi, autonomi e di guida. Amazon rapida ascesa in questo settore è attribuibile alle attività di logistica e supply chain possibile quando i Droni e le relative tecnologie sono applicate per la loro catena di fornitura sfide più complesse.
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  • PatentSight rileva che FinTech è una zona di lunga data e di forza di Amazon portafoglio di brevetti, l’attributo per i loro sistemi di pagamento, di essere la spina dorsale del loro business e-commerce. Riflettendo come varia il loro modello di business è diventato, Amazon è ora uno dei top 15 titolari di brevetti in questo settore per il cloud computing, AI, e di machine learning per la precedenza. “FinTech è un campo altamente competitivo, con molti giocatori affermati, e mentre Amazon non è nella top 10, ma i primi 15 giocatori, è comunque un risultato impressionante,” ha detto William Mansfield.
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