Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Fred McClimans take a look at the success of C3 AI and explore why the firm is a strong competitor in both the government/defense and commercial sectors. The company’s unique and differentiated approach to the challenge of managing and gaining insights from massive amounts of enterprise data is the difference between a data-first and an AI-first approach (and a key differentiator between C3 AI and Palantir).
This week at Dell Technologies World, the company rolled out its APEX consumption based IT solutions zeroing in first on Cloud and Storage.
This week at the Microsoft Business Applications Summit, a new integration between Customer Insights and Microsoft Advertising was announced
Lattice Semiconductor has beaten earnings and topped revenue consensus for the fourth consecutive quarter on demand for low power FPGAs.
Twilio followed up a strong Q4 with a big outperform in Q1 beating guidance and expectations as customer experience investments grow.
We believe that with AWS entering the Confidential Computing space, the bigger message here is that Big Tech is increasingly addressing data security in novel and important ways by addressing the entire data chain to ensure that organizations are able to pass on that security to their customers. We expect big things ahead in the Confidential Computing space and AWS, as always, is on the forefront.
IBM announced the launch of its new LinuxONE III Express, which will enable the company to compete more aggressively on Linux Servers.
Companies have the potential to automate, calibrate, create, and distribute their goods while amassing tons of data to keep doing it better and faster. That’s where industrial IIoT comes in.
Qualcomm delivered another quarter well above guidance as the company’s 5G business gains momentum and its IoT and Automotive pick up steam.
Alphabet, parent to Google, had a blowout result as advertising outperformed and the cloud business grew while narrowing losses.