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COMPANY NEWS: American multinational technology company Avaya and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise announced at Gitex Global last week the next phase of their partnership that will enable enterprises to innovate easier without the need for disruptive technology replacement initiatives.
The existing partnership sees Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) offer Avaya OneCloud CCaaS to its customers and Avaya offer ALE Digital Age Networking solution to its clients. According to Avaya, the integration key for both the companies’ customers to innovate using an expanding, rich, and complementary set of capabilities from either—and painlessly roll them out.
“Our common objective is to support our customers in their digital transformation, providing all capabilities needed to make everything connect. Looking to the future, we are collaborating to deliver new value and services to our respective customers thanks to the tailored vertical solutions we are building together,” said Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise executive vice president global sales, services, and marketing Rukmini Glanard.
“Our customers want innovation, but they want that innovation to come over the top of their IT infrastructures – typically over the cloud. They don’t want any costly or time-consuming disruption underneath. Through the integration of our technology with ALE’s, and through the strength of our collective global customer base, we’re in a unique position to provide that innovation without disruption,” added Avaya president Nidal Abou-Ltaif.
Avaya’s presence at Gitex Global comes in partnership with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, Uniphore, Verint Systems, GS Lab, Imperium, Konnect Insights, LumenVox, Nectar, Sestek and Topaz Visit Avaya at its stand in Zabeel Hall, at Dubai World Trade Centre until 14 October 2022.
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Oct 10, 2022 (Heraldkeepers) -- 2022 Research on Machine to Machine Modules Market Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Major Segments and Forecast, 2022-2029. The Machine to Machine Modules market report is a valuable source of data for business strategists. It provides the industry overview with market growth analysis with a historical & futuristic perspective for the following parameters; cost, revenue, demands, and supply data (as applicable). The report explores the current outlook in global and key regions from the perspective of players, countries, product types, and end industries. This Machine to Machine Modules study provides comprehensive data that enhances this report’s understanding, scope, and application. The report also conducted a PESTEL analysis of the industry to study the industry’s main influencing factors and entry barriers.
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Last week was packed full of announcements and events from NetSuite, Intel, Atom, and Amazon. Although I could not attend every event like Amazon’s, as there is only one of me, I still want to cover some of what Amazon announced at its gadgets event.
I want to cover Amazon’s Scribe, and Hole devices which put a focus on distraction-free ecosystems and intelligent digital wellbeing, with the Scribe being the first Kindle Amazon has released in quite some time. Let’s take a look at how what Amazon Announced.
The Amazon Kindle Scribe
I want to preface my coverage of the Amazon Scribe with some context of how I take notes. I have used a keyboard and take notes digitally for a couple of decades, with OneNote as my preferred software tool. Although most of the people in my generation X probably prefer pen and paper, it is not my forte. However, it’s not about the tool that gets you to your goals, but the goal itself.
The Amazon Scribe is just that, Amazon’s tool for those who prefer a pen and paper feel within the digital context. I believe it excels over its tablet and pen counterpart with the closed and distraction-free Kindle ecosystem.
The Kindle is looked at by some as a slow, clunky tablet with low minimal features and minimal connectivity. While most of these characteristics sound negative, they are definitely positives for many people. I believe many OEMs forget to acknowledge that mobile devices are tools for getting things done. Whether trying to be productive in taking notes or trying to whine down and watch a show, the tablet is the tool, not the distraction.
That is why Kindles make great practicing devices. I love my Kindle. practicing is a task that requires a distraction-free ecosystem. What is another task that often requires a distraction-free ecosystem? Writing. I believe Amazon’s play to have a Kindle with journal capabilities within its ecosystem is awesome, especially when you consider how many people take notes and highlight on a book.
One of the difficulties of having a kindle with pen support is that e-ink display technology has a low refresh rate. The Kindle Scribe has a Wacom
Amazon took the pen a step further with an e-ink tablet with its functionality in the Kindle ecosystem. It is challenging keeping the distraction-free ecosystem while also wanting to include helpful and productive features. I believe Amazon has done a great job of including helpful features while maintaining its distraction-free ecosystem. The specific feature I am thinking of is the ability to send documents like Word documents or PDFs directly from a computer or phone to the Kindle Scribe.
The Kindle Scribe starts at $339 for the 16GB model, $389 for the 32GB model, and $429GB for the 64Gb model. Amazon has priced the Kindle Scribe better than other e-ink tablets with pen support. The 16GB is a higher storage option than something like the ReMarkable 2 e-ink pen tablet. At first, I was concerned with the low amount of storage, but for a tablet that will only have books and documents, I am not too worried about it. If you are someone that will put thousands of Word and PDF documents for annotation, I would recommend the higher storage options.
The Amazon Halo Rise
Amazon also announced the Halo Rise, its new nightstand sleep tracker that addresses sleep tracking uniquely. Most modern-day sleep tracking is done through either wearable or through an app that monitors movement with a microphone. For example, I use my Apple Watch and Oura Ring to track my sleep, but if I forget to charge my Apple watch during the day, I am unable to track my sleep.
Amazon Halo Rise pulls from Amazon’s focus on ambient intelligence by putting ambient sleep tracking in the Halo Rise. The Halo Rise uses machine learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to track your movement and sleep without the need for cameras or microphones. It can detect when you are trying to sleep, and even when you are sleeping next to another person, it knows only to detect you. Amazon focused on keeping user data private by not having microphones or cameras and built multiple layers of privacy and security.
One of my favorite features of the Amazon Halo Rise is its wake light which sets off a warmly toned light. The Halo Rise has a clock and a semi-circle LED wake-up light. In my opinion, in looks nice enough to fit in with other nightstand décor. It also does not look large and obtrusive. The Halo Rise also pairs into the Alexa ecosystem so users can implement it into night routines and commands for morning and nighttime rituals. It also has a small speaker for alarms. I would be interested to see if the Halo Rise is able to play white noise with its small speaker.
The Halo Rise would be less useful for me as someone who travels over 30 weeks out of the year. However, I believe Amazon’s sleep tracking approach is novel, with a lot of appeal to privacy and ambiance. There is little you have to do to track your sleep. The Halo Rise does it all, and I do not think there is another device out there that does sleep tracking like the Halo Rise. For days when I am traveling, I will stick to my smartwatch, but for days when I am at home, I could easily see this as part of my nighttime and morning rituals.
I will have to use Halo Rise to deliver a more complete picture of the experience.
The world we live in is full of countless distractions, and our digital world does more harm than good. I believe the Kindle Scribe is set up to provide a distraction-free ecosystem for those who prefer a digital pen and paper. Amazon has done a great job of including productive features while maintaining a distraction-free experience.
Likewise, the Amazon Halo Rise builds on Amazon’s ambient, digital wellbeing ecosystem with a very appealing sleep tracker. I like how Amazon has built it with security and privacy in mind. Amazon’s novel approach to sleep tracking should be very attractive to people who spend less than 30 weeks out of the year on the road like me. If Amazon ever came out with a travel version of the Halo Rise, I would be all over it. I will be interested to see the data Amazon gathers from the device to see how it is ultimately monetized. I can see recommendations on all things sleep we can all buy from Amazon.
Note: Moor Insights & Strategy co-op Jacob Freyman contributed to this article.
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Enterprise routers are basic products that any business or enterprise uses. They play an important role for businesses and enterprises in connecting computer networks and the internet. Routers have many functionapties, for example, enterprise routing gives businesses higher CPU capacity to control place tasks.
The global Enterprise Routers market size is projected to reach USD milpon by 2028, from USD milpon in 2021, at a CAGR of % during 2022-2028.
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Market split by Type, can be divided into: -● Fixed Port ● Modular
Market split by Application, can be divided into: -● Small Enterprise ● Medium-sized Enterprise ● Large Enterprise
Major Key Players of the Market:
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Market segment by Region/Country including: --North America (United States, Canada and Mexico) -Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain etc.) -Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and Southeast Asia etc.) -South America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia etc.) -Middle East and Africa (South Africa, UAE and Saudi Arabia etc.)
FIVE FORCES and PESTLE ANALYSIS:In order to better understand Market condition five forces analysis is conducted that includes Bargaining power of buyers, Bargaining power of suppliers, Threat of new entrants, Threat of substitutes, Threat of rivalry. Political (Political policy and stability as well as trade, fiscal and taxation policies) Economical (Interest rates, employment or unemployment rates, raw material costs and foreign exchange rates) Social (Changing family demographics, education levels, cultural trends, attitude changes and changes in lifestyles) Technological (Changes in digital or mobile technology, automation, research and development) Legal (Employment legislation, consumer law, health and safety, international as well as trade regulation and restrictions) Environmental (Climate, recycling procedures, carbon footprint, waste disposal and sustainability)
Key takeaways from the Enterprise Routers market report:1. Detailed considerate of Enterprise Routers market-particular drivers, Trends, constraints, Restraints, Opportunities and major micro markets. 2. Comprehensive valuation of all prospects and threat in the â In depth study of industry strategies for growth of the Enterprise Routers market-leading players. 3. Enterprise Routers market latest innovations and major procedures. 4. Favorable dip inside Vigorous high-tech and market latest trends remarkable the Market. 5. Conclusive study about the growth conspiracy of Enterprise Routers market for forthcoming years.
Table of Contents:
1 Report Overview
1.1 Study Scope
1.2 Market Analysis by Type
1.2.1 Global Enterprise Routers Market Size Growth Rate by Type: 2017 VS 2021 VS 2028
1.2.2 Fixed Port
1.3 Market by Application
1.3.1 Global Enterprise Routers Market Share by Application: 2017 VS 2021 VS 2028
1.3.2 Small Enterprise
1.3.3 Medium-sized Enterprise
1.3.4 Large Enterprise
1.4 Study Objectives
1.5 Years Considered
2 Global Growth Trends
2.1 Global Enterprise Routers Market Perspective (2017-2028)
2.2 Enterprise Routers Growth Trends by Region
2.2.1 Enterprise Routers Market Size by Region: 2017 VS 2021 VS 2028
2.2.2 Enterprise Routers Historic Market Size by Region (2017-2022)
2.2.3 Enterprise Routers Forecasted Market Size by Region (2023-2028)
2.3 Enterprise Routers Market Dynamics
2.3.1 Enterprise Routers Industry Trends
2.3.2 Enterprise Routers Market Drivers
2.3.3 Enterprise Routers Market Challenges
2.3.4 Enterprise Routers Market Restraints
3 Competition Landscape by Key Players
3.1 Global Top Enterprise Routers Players by Revenue
3.1.1 Global Top Enterprise Routers Players by Revenue (2017-2022)
3.1.2 Global Enterprise Routers Revenue Market Share by Players (2017-2022)
3.2 Global Enterprise Routers Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3)
3.3 Players Covered: Ranking by Enterprise Routers Revenue
3.4 Global Enterprise Routers Market Concentration Ratio
3.4.1 Global Enterprise Routers Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)
3.4.2 Global Top 10 and Top 5 Companies by Enterprise Routers Revenue in 2021
3.5 Enterprise Routers Key Players Head office and Area Served
3.6 Key Players Enterprise Routers Product Solution and Service
3.7 Date of Enter into Enterprise Routers Market
3.8 Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion Plans
4 Enterprise Routers Breakdown Data by Type
4.1 Global Enterprise Routers Historic Market Size by Type (2017-2022)
4.2 Global Enterprise Routers Forecasted Market Size by Type (2023-2028)
5 Enterprise Routers Breakdown Data by Application
5.1 Global Enterprise Routers Historic Market Size by Application (2017-2022)
5.2 Global Enterprise Routers Forecasted Market Size by Application (2023-2028)
6 North America
6.1 North America Enterprise Routers Market Size (2017-2028)
6.2 North America Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2017-2022)
6.3 North America Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2023-2028)
6.4 United States
7.1 Europe Enterprise Routers Market Size (2017-2028)
7.2 Europe Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2017-2022)
7.3 Europe Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2023-2028)
7.9 Nordic Countries
8.1 Asia-Pacific Enterprise Routers Market Size (2017-2028)
8.2 Asia-Pacific Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2017-2022)
8.3 Asia-Pacific Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2023-2028)
8.6 South Korea
8.7 Southeast Asia
9 Latin America
9.1 Latin America Enterprise Routers Market Size (2017-2028)
9.2 Latin America Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2017-2022)
9.3 Latin America Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2023-2028)
10 Middle East and Africa
10.1 Middle East and Africa Enterprise Routers Market Size (2017-2028)
10.2 Middle East and Africa Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2017-2022)
10.3 Middle East and Africa Enterprise Routers Market Size by Country (2023-2028)
10.5 Saudi Arabia
11 Key Players Profiles
11.1.1 Cisco Company Detail
11.1.2 Cisco Business Overview
11.1.3 Cisco Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.1.4 Cisco Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.1.5 Cisco exact Development
11.2.1 Huawei Company Detail
11.2.2 Huawei Business Overview
11.2.3 Huawei Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.2.4 Huawei Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.2.5 Huawei exact Development
11.3 ZTE Corporation
11.3.1 ZTE Corporation Company Detail
11.3.2 ZTE Corporation Business Overview
11.3.3 ZTE Corporation Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.3.4 ZTE Corporation Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.3.5 ZTE Corporation exact Development
11.4.1 HPE Company Detail
11.4.2 HPE Business Overview
11.4.3 HPE Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.4.4 HPE Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.4.5 HPE exact Development
11.5.1 Juniper Company Detail
11.5.2 Juniper Business Overview
11.5.3 Juniper Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.5.4 Juniper Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.5.5 Juniper exact Development
11.6.1 TP-LINK Company Detail
11.6.2 TP-LINK Business Overview
11.6.3 TP-LINK Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.6.4 TP-LINK Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.6.5 TP-LINK exact Development
11.7.1 D-Link Company Detail
11.7.2 D-Link Business Overview
11.7.3 D-Link Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.7.4 D-Link Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.7.5 D-Link exact Development
11.8.1 Alcatel-Lucent Company Detail
11.8.2 Alcatel-Lucent Business Overview
11.8.3 Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.8.4 Alcatel-Lucent Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.8.5 Alcatel-Lucent exact Development
11.9.1 UTT Company Detail
11.9.2 UTT Business Overview
11.9.3 UTT Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.9.4 UTT Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.9.5 UTT exact Development
11.10.1 Cradlepoint Company Detail
11.10.2 Cradlepoint Business Overview
11.10.3 Cradlepoint Enterprise Routers Introduction
11.10.4 Cradlepoint Revenue in Enterprise Routers Business (2017-2022)
11.10.5 Cradlepoint exact Development
12 Analyst's Viewpoints/Conclusions
13.1 Research Methodology
13.1.1 Methodology/Research Approach
13.1.2 Data Source
13.3 Author Details
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With digital disruptors eating away at market share and profits hurting from prolonged, intensive cost wars between traditional competitors, businesses had been looking to reduce their cost-to-income ratios even before COVID-19. When the pandemic happened, the urgency hit a new high. On top of that came the scramble to digitize pervasively in order to survive.
But there was a problem. Legacy infrastructure, being cost-inefficient and inflexible, hindered both objectives. The need for technology modernization was never clearer. However, what wasn’t so clear was the path to this modernization.
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Currently, 88% of technology assets are legacy systems, half of which are business-critical. An additional concern is that many organizations lack the skills to adapt to the requirements of the digital era. This is why enterprises are rushing to modernize: The report found that 70% to 90% of the legacy estate will be modernized within five years.
Different modernization approaches have different impacts. For example, non-invasive (or less invasive) approaches involve superficial changes to a few technology components and impact the enterprise in select pockets. These methods may be considered when the IT architecture is still acceptable, the system is not overly complex, and the interfaces and integration logic are adequate. Hence they entail less expenditure.
But since these approaches modernize minimally, they are only a stepping stone to a more comprehensive future initiative. Some examples of less and non-invasive modernization include migrating technology frameworks to the cloud, migrating to open-source application servers, and rehosting mainframes.
Invasive strategies modernize thoroughly, making a sizable impact on multiple stakeholders, application layers and processes. Because they involve big changes, like implementing a new package or re-engineering, they take more time and cost more money than non-invasive approaches and carry a higher risk of disruption, but also promise more value.
When an organization’s IT snarl starts to stifle growth, it should look at invasive modernization by way of re-architecting legacy applications to cloud-native infrastructure, migrating traditional relational database management systems to NoSQL-type systems, or simplifying app development and delivery with low-code/no-code platforms.
From the above discussion, it is apparent that not all consequences of modernization are intentional or even desirable. So that brings us back to the earlier question: What is the best modernization strategy for an enterprise?
The truth is that there’s no single answer to this question because the choice of strategy depends on the organization’s context, resources, existing technology landscape, business objectives. However, if the goal is to minimize risk and business disruption, then some approaches are clearly better than others.
In the Infosys Modernization Radar 2022 report, 51% of respondents taking the big-bang approach frequently suffered high levels of disruption, compared to 21% of those who modernized incrementally in phases. This is because big-bang calls for completely rewriting enterprise core systems, an approach that has been very often likened to changing an aircraft engine mid-flight.
Therefore big-bang modernization makes sense only when the applications are small and easily replaceable. But most transformations entail bigger changes, tilting the balance in favor of phased and coexistence approaches, which are less disruptive and support business continuity.
Phased modernization progresses towards microservices architecture and could take the coexistence approach. As the name suggests, this entails the parallel runs of legacy and new systems until the entire modernization — of people, processes and technology — is complete. This requires new cloud locations for managing data transfers between old and new systems.
The modernized stack points to a new location with a routing façade, an abstraction that talks to both modernized and legacy systems. To embrace this path, organizations need to analyze applications in-depth and perform security checks to ensure risks don’t surface in the new architecture.
Strategies such as the Infosys zero-disruption method frequently take the coexistence approach since it is suited to more invasive types of modernization. Planning the parallel operation of both old and new systems until IT infrastructure and applications make their transition is extremely critical.
The coexistence approach enables a complete transformation to make the application scalable, flexible, modular and decoupled, utilizing microservices architecture. A big advantage is that the coexistence method leverages the best cloud offerings and gives the organization access to a rich partner ecosystem.
An example of zero-disruption modernization that I have led is the transformation of the point-of-sale systems of an insurer. More than 50,000 rules (business and UI) involving more than 10 million lines of code were transformed using micro-change management. This reduced ticket inventory by 70%, improved maintenance productivity by about 10% and shortened new policy rollout time by about 30%.
Technology modernization is imperative for meeting consumer expectations, lowering costs, increasing scalability and agility, and competing against nimble, innovative next-generation players. In other words, it is the ticket to future survival.
There are many modernization approaches, and not all of them are equal. For example, the big-bang approach, while quick and sometimes even more affordable, carries a very significant risk of disruption. Since a single hour of critical system downtime could cost as much as $300,000, maintaining business continuity during transformation is a very big priority for enterprises.
The phased coexistence approach mitigates disruption to ensure a seamless and successful transformation.
Gautam Khanna is the vice president and global head of the modernization practice at Infosys.
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Major chemical companies are backing pyrolysis plants that convert plastic waste into hydrocarbon feedstocks that can be turned into plastics again. The process uses high temperatures in the absence of oxygen to break down plastics into a mixture of smaller molecules known as pyrolysis oil. But the practice has its critics, according to a cover story in Chemical & Engineering News.
Proponents of pyrolysis argue that the process can make up for the shortcomings of traditional recycling, which captures only about 9% of plastics in the U.S., according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. But environmentalists are not yet convinced, and a growing number of jurisdictions, such as California, don't consider pyrolysis recycling at all, writes Senior Editor Alex Tullo. Critics say that pyrolysis facilities can't actually accept the mixed plastic waste that they claim to, as residual contaminants gum up the process too much. A second charge is that pyrolysis is really just incineration. Another concern is scale. Pyrolysis and other forms of chemical recycling have roughly 120,000 t of capacity currently onstream in the U.S.—a miniscule fraction of the 56 million t of overall plastics production in North America in 2021.
Industry executives say they are more committed than ever to recycling and are eager to practice pyrolysis at large scale. Firms are building facilities that are bigger than before to increase capacity. Many companies are attempting to take in more mixed waste, with approaches such as using catalysts and adsorbents to filter out particulate matter and eliminate the most reactive compounds from the feedstock stream. And interest in pyrolysis is taking off, with petrochemical companies building infrastructure to process the products of pyrolysis plants and large engineering companies licensing technology to third parties that want to get into the business. How the technology works in the real world will go a long way to determining the public's perception of the plastics industry.
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Fairlawn officials say they are etching serial numbers onto the part for free.
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Officials say scrap yards won't take them if they have serial numbers on them.
When people believe that a door is closing—that they have a limited amount of time left to enjoy something, such as dining out or traveling—they gravitate to the comfort of something familiar rather than the excitement of something new, according to research published by the American Psychological Association.
In eight experiments with nearly 6,000 total participants, researchers explored whether people tend to prefer novel, exciting experiences, such as trying a new restaurant, or familiar ones, such as returning to an old favorite—and whether those preferences shift with the amount of time people believe that they have left to enjoy similar experiences.
The research was published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Previous research has found that, on average, people tend to opt for novel and exciting experiences over familiar ones. They would rather enjoy a new movie than rewatch something they've already seen, for example, given equal access to both. However, study authors Ed O'Brien, Ph.D., and Yuji Katsumata Winet, of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, suspected that "perceived endings" might affect those choices by nudging people to return to a meaningful old favorite.
In the first experiment, the researchers asked 500 online participants and 663 college and business school students to read hypothetical scenarios in which they were given the choice between a new experience or a familiar, beloved one—such as practicing a new novel versus rereading an old favorite, or visiting a new city versus revisiting a city they loved.
Half the participants were simply asked to make the choice, while the other half were instructed to imagine that it was the last chance that they would have for a while to travel or read a novel. Overall, across all the situations, participants in the "endings" groups were more likely to choose familiar activities compared with participants in the control groups.
In the next set of experiments, the researchers moved beyond hypothetical questions to explore people's behavior in lab and real-life settings. In one, for example, participants were told they would be given a gift card to a restaurant and that the gift card needed to be used in the next month.
Then, half the participants were told to reflect on how few opportunities they would have for going to restaurants in the next month and specific things that might prevent them from going to restaurants. Finally, participants were asked whether they would prefer a gift card to a restaurant they'd visited before or one that was new to them. Overall, 67% of the participants in the "endings" condition preferred a gift certificate to a familiar restaurant, compared with just 48% of those in the control condition.
Finally, the researchers explored why perceived endings seemed to push participants toward familiar things. They found evidence that it was not simply because the familiar experiences were a safe bet that participants knew they would enjoy, but also because they were more likely to find those familiar things personally meaningful.
"Our findings unveil nuance to what people really mean by ending on a high note," said Winet. "Endings tend to prompt people to think about what's personally meaningful to them. People like ending things on a meaningful note as it provides psychological closure, and in most cases old favorites tend to be more meaningful than exciting novelty."
"The research is especially interesting because, on the surface, it runs counter to the idea of the bucket list, whereby people tend to pursue novelty—things they've never done but have always wanted to do—as they approach the end of life," O'Brien said. "Here we find that, at least in these more everyday ending contexts, people actually do the opposite. They want to end on a high note by ending on a familiar note."
The researchers noted that the findings could help people better structure their time to maximize their enjoyment of experiences, for example by visiting an old favorite attraction on the last rather than the first day of a vacation. Retailers and marketers, too, could take advantage—a café slated to close for renovations might put more of its favorite dishes on the menu rather than try new items for sale.
And perhaps, according to the researchers, such psychological framings could be useful for addressing larger societal problems. "Nudging people toward repeat consumption by emphasizing endings and last chances could subtly encourage sustainable consumption by curbing the waste that necessarily accumulates from perpetual novelty-seeking," Winet said.
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