Edge computing

As artificial intelligence and IOT devices spread into industries such as automotive and healthcare, cloud architectures cannot to provide the latency, security and privacy needed. This is driving growth in ‘edge computing’, which looks set to benefit a broader range of players than cloud: from start-ups to well-established microcontroller firms and outsourced embedded computing companies.

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The new big data world

The convergence of cloud computing, big data, IOT and artificial intelligence has transformed the database industry. Although relational databases still dominate, newer technologies such as Hadoop, NoSQL and NewsSQL are driving waves of acquisition and consolidation. While Oracle and Amazon fight over the #1 spot, there are also plenty of potential unicorns in the sector.

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Transforming the R&D industry

As the outsourced R&D and engineering services market continues to grow, we look at the trends shaping this dynamic market, from globalization and concentration to hybrid business models and evolving client demands. For the key players, size is becoming increasingly important in a market where scale matters.

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CES 2018 - artificial intelligence takes control

At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas it was all about the “cockpit of the future” and AI. In this report we round up the most significant developments in the auto and semiconductor industries that we saw during our visit to CES 2018.

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Playing catchup: how digitilization will impact european utilities

The energy industry is in flux as utilities scramble to adapt to digitalization, major shifts in the energy mix and the rise of storage systems. In this paper we analyze what these trends mean for incumbents and look ahead to the future of the European energy market.

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The next big growth idea

Where will FMCG, healthcare and technology groups find growth now? Our new white paper argues that as we transition to a new world of personalized consumption, it all depends on data-driven innovation and M&A.

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Bryan, Garnier & Co grows its TMT franchise with the hiring of Charlie Pujo as Director

PARIS, December 6 2017 – Bryan, Garnier & Co, the leading pan-European Investment Bank focusing on growth companies, is delighted to welcome Charlie Pujo to its Technology, Media & Telecoms team.

With over 10 years of experience in financial and strategic advisory services notably in M&A, Charlie, will be responsible for the development of the software and technology practice of Bryan, Garnier & Co. He will assist the TMT team in sourcing and executing ECM and M&A mandates for European growth tech companies, private equity funds and corporates. He will be based in Paris.

Prior to joining Bryan, Garnier & Co, Charlie worked as an investment banker for Société Générale, (London) in their TMT, Aerospace & Defense – M&A advisory services – where he was responsible for the development of the Technology and Aerospace & Defense franchise. Charlie has also previously held positions at Qwant.com where he was Strategic Advisor and Deputy CEO, Arma Partners and Lehman Brothers.

Olivier Beaudouin, Partner, Bryan, Garnier & Co, Paris comments: "I am delighted to have Charlie join the Technology, Media and Telecoms franchise, strengthening our capacity to continue to support fast growth companies in Europe".

Charlie adds: "I am thrilled to join Bryan, Garnier & Co, and I am looking forward to working with its first class tech corporate finance team which is renowned in the market for its deep sector knowledge and strong client commitment".

Charlie is a graduate from the Supaero/ISAE School of Aeronautics and Space where he obtained a Major in System Modelling and Financial Engineering.

About Bryan, Garnier & Co

Bryan, Garnier & Co is a European, full-service growth-focused independent investment banking partnership founded in 1996. The firm provides equity research, sales and trading, private and public capital raising as well as M&A services to growth companies and their investors. It focuses on key growth sectors of the economy including Technology, Healthcare, Consumer and Business Services. Bryan, Garnier & Co is a fully registered broker dealer authorized and regulated by the FCA in Europe and the FINRA in the U.S. Bryan, Garnier & Co is headquartered in London, with additional offices in Paris, Munich, Stockholm, Oslo and Reykjavik as well as New York and Palo Alto. The firm is a member of the London Stock Exchange.


The promise of blockchain

In our latest white paper we explore and explain blockchain, looking at the cryptocurrency bitcoin, the impact of bitcoin mining on technology, and the implications of blockchain for the payments industry. We also explore the many other applications for blockchain technology.

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Semiconductors - 3D sensing and the potential of augmented reality

New white paper available about augmented reality, virtual reality and the latest semiconductor innovation. In this report find out more about market trends, how companies are reacting and the latest transaction tables.

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Autonomous driving - sector analysis

Welcome to our latest white paper about Autonomous Driving. In this report we look at the key technologies that enable them, and how industry players are building the sector.

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