A few years ago, when the world was watching a massive global financial meltdown unfold, there was no shortage of tech companies eager to jump in.
And, after a decade of slow growth, that was exactly what they were doing.
Today, the stakes are higher: a major tech boom has given rise to an unprecedented and growing market of companies that offer an array of new, disruptive technologies, including autonomous driving, wearable computing and artificial intelligence.
The result is a rapidly expanding industry that has transformed our world in an unprecedented way.
Keystone technology is the latest in a series of technologies that have been developed and introduced by tech giants in the past decade.
And it’s clear that the companies that are taking the technology seriously are not alone.
Keystones are not only the latest technology for telecommunications, they’re the most advanced.
They have the potential to change how we work, how we live and how we travel.
While it’s easy to assume that these developments are simply part of the new normal, a look at what’s happening in the technology world over the past 10 years shows that this is not so.
The trend is accelerating.
In fact, if you look at the 10 years of data released by the OECD, we can see that the growth rate of keystone technology companies is at its highest point since 2008.
In the past 12 months, they have grown at a rate of 3.5% per year.
That is a phenomenal growth rate for the industry.
The companies have doubled their market capitalisation in the last 12 months and their market cap has more than tripled.
In terms of market capitalisations, this is the biggest market cap growth since 2008 and it is happening even though most of these companies are still relatively new.
The industry has grown to $7.9 trillion.
That is a remarkable number of companies.
What makes this particularly significant is that the average growth rate is 5.3% per annum, which is a far cry from the 4.5%-6% average growth of the technology sector over the same period.
That means the growth of keystones is more than double the average number of startups that have taken up residence in a new city each year since 2008 – the last year the OECD data is available.
And it’s not just the growth in companies that’s impressive.
The average growth in the sector over this period is also up from just 4.7% in the previous 10 years.
The reason for this is twofold.
First, there is no doubt that technology companies have seen exponential growth over the last decade.
In fact, it is now almost impossible to see any company outside of a few tech giants that has been successful in the tech space.
Second, this growth is accelerating even more than the overall industry.
This means that companies like Google and Facebook are now becoming a major force in the global economy.
For example, if the US were to go back in time to 2008, it would have been much harder for Google to have succeeded as a company.
Instead, Google was able to capture over 70% of the global search market.
As a result, it became one of the most valuable companies in the world.
What’s more, as we’ve seen over the years, technology companies aren’t simply building technology.
They are creating it.
This is not just a new technology.
It is a new economy.
The keystone industry is also growing fast, which means that the new companies that emerge from this sector are not just taking advantage of technology to improve their products.
They also have the chance to disrupt traditional industries.
The rise of digital giants in techThe rise in the number of new digital giants is one of our biggest opportunities.
They’re disrupting traditional industries in ways that have never been possible before.
The rise of giants like Facebook, for example, has allowed them to disrupt the traditional internet, the way that people normally communicate and socialise.
And they’re doing it by making their own products.
The impact is being felt by the likes of Uber and Airbnb.
The same can be said for companies like Uber, which has created a new form of transportation that doesn’t require the use of cars, buses or other traditional forms of transport.
The UberX service allows people to hail and drop people at their homes, hotels or anywhere else in the city without ever leaving the home.
And the company is also building an autonomous driving system.
The technology is still in its infancy, but it’s already making it easier for people to share their cars and get around without having to get out of their vehicles.
It’s a significant change for how we move about the city, which was traditionally dominated by car companies.
But, as the number and variety of new companies entering the industry continues to increase, so too does the opportunity for disruption.
A number of key technologies like self-driving cars