Mobile technologies have been the driving force for ever faster and better computer technologies for the past two decades. Faster and smaller chips, display technologies, and wireless communications are all able to function on tiny amounts of electric power drawn from ever more advanced batteries.
In a future that is very much going to be stay-at-home and, these costly mobile technologies are nice to have, but they aren’t essential. The home has plenty of electric power. There is always a plug nearby.
Yet every single laptop component has to be specially made to operate on battery power, and the main mobile chips have to be made in advanced chip fabs costing as much as $3 billion each.
Why buy a laptop — such as Apple’s stellar new models based on its
PubMatic signage on day of IPO at the Nasdaq
PubMatic runs a sell-side advertising platform that runs real-time programmatic ad transactions and allows publishers and app developers to sell space to advertisers across media, including display or video ads on desktop, mobile app, mobile web or streaming TV.
The company said revenue in the fourth quarter of 2020 was $56.2 million, up 64% year-over-year. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv expected revenue of $47.4 million in the quarter. The company said revenue in full-year 2020 was $148.7 million, up 31% year-over-year.
The company’s chief financial officer Steve Pantelick said in a statement that the quarterly growth was driven by advertising strength in e-commerce, technology, personal finance and on streaming video.
PubMatic’s clients, as
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