Futurum’s Ron Westfall explore Cisco’s vision to make cloud networking more intelligent and streamlined through a more unified experience primarily underpinned by the integration of the Cisco Nexus Cloud, Cisco Catalyst, and Cisco Meraki product lines meets the most urgent cloud management demands of IT. Now Cisco can start using a simplified SaaS experience, the acceleration of the cloud adoption process, and easy to consume enterprise and CSP agreements as the building blocks to power the unified experience across cloud environments.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why Render Networks new product additions to its Network Construction Platform amply position the company to capitalize on increased U.S. federal government funding of broadband builds, including FTTH, and play an integral role in allowing broadband operators and construction companies to optimize the overall fiber build process by operating from the same digital page.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer explores ServiceNow’s acquisition of Hitch Works, the updated capabilities that will be integrated with the Now Platform, and how this will impact ServiceNow’s customers in beneficial ways, especially as it relates to helping address talent gaps.
Futurum Research analyst Todd R. Weiss looks at how Amazon and Alphabet are ramping up their fight against a “self-preferencing” bill in the U.S. Congress that seeks to rein in Big Tech marketplace influence in online search and sales.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss dives into the recent release of the latest NVIDIA TAO Toolkit, which includes broader tools and features aimed at easing AI deployments for enterprise AI developers through the inclusion of REST APIs, pretrained models, and more.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss dive into Oracle’s latest 2022 earnings results, which saw revenue increase by five percent in Q4 and FY2022 respectively, as the cloud application and infrastructure vendor saw steady growth in cloud sales.
Futurum senior analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the announcements coming out of the MongoDB World conference in New York this week. During the event MongoDB announced a raft of updates, including updates to Atlas, its core database offering, and launched a Developer Data Platform. It’s clear that MongoDB wants to compete in a crowded marketplace, but can it manage that?
Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why Pure Storage’s introduction of FlashBlade//S meets customer demand for substantial advances in density, performance, and power efficiency across their data storage environments as well as directly addresses the challenges of unstructured data expansion and modern application development.
Futurum analyst Daniel Newman examines the recently published Amazon Brand Protection Report and the company’s plan to protect the brands that work with them from potential counterfeit or fraud.
Futurum analyst Michael Diamond evaluates Poly’s new Poly Studio R30, designed for organizations needing higher-quality solutions for hybrid workers leveraging huddle rooms.