Marvell delivered its fourth consecutive growth quarter as the company’s focus on cloud, 5G, and automotive are upping demand for its products.
Splunk delivered a strong fiscal Q4 as its IT, Security, and Observability bets and new subscription model continue to pay off.
At this year’s Microsoft Ignite, the company announced a set of deeper integrations between its Dynamics and Teams Platforms.
HPE delivered a top and bottom line beat in its first fiscal quarter on the strength of its edge and GreenLake business despite being down YoY.
Zoom significantly outperformed the market in its fiscal Q4 beating estimates on the top and bottom line heading into the new year.
Alphabet released cloud results for the first time. What’s clear is that it isn’t a shoo-in for No. 3 in the cloud business.
After going public just 3 months ago, C3.ai is reporting its fiscal third quarter where it grew by 19% top line on growing demand for AI.
Companies around the world are dealing with not just digital transformation and growing customer expectations, but the continued pandemic, decreased budgets, and changing customer priorities.
Salesforce finished its year delivering 20% growth for the quarter and 24% for the year. Going forward it anticipates similar growth in FY 21.
Riding high on the growth in demand for PCs, Dell Technologies was able to deliver a record top and bottom line year in 2020.