Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why Qualcomm’s new RFFE portfolio additions including new Wi-Fi 7 FEMs build on its robust presence throughout the handsets segment into new device categories such as automotive and IoT and provides the competitive foundation to attain new revenue growth thresholds as well as bolster overall RFFE portfolio differentiation.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses Micron’s three-prong Embedded World 2022 announcement, consisting of new memory and storage portfolio innovation across its industrial and automotive offerings, such as the i400 microSD card, ASIL D certification for its LPDDR5 DRAM, and the expansion of its IQ Partner Program, and why it can bolster Micron’s competitive position in driving breakthroughs in key vertical areas such as video surveillance and automotive safety.
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’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’s Ron Westfall examines why Qualcomm’s acquisition of Cellwize can swiftly elevate Qualcomm’s 5G infrastructure proposition by integrating Cellwize’s cloud-native, multi-vendor RAN automation technology across its extensive 5G silicon portfolio, using AI-driven RAN automation and orchestration capabilities to help spur mobile network operator deployments in areas such as private networks and Open RAN.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses Lattice Semiconductor’s launch of the Lattice ORAN Solution Stack aimed at providing the secure communications, low-power hardware acceleration, and multi-component synchronization key to bolstering ORAN deployments across disaggregated, open 5G networks as well as fulfilling zero-trust security and eCPRI requirements.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines Marvell’s third generation Brightlane Ethernet Switch launch and why it delivers the MACsec, dual core lockstep CPU redundancy, and key automotive standards support vital to accelerating and broadening support for the zonal architecture and security capabilities that can meet the demands of greater security threat surfaces throughout the software-defined vehicle ecosystem.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores Juniper’s new Secure Edge CASB and DLP capabilities targeted at augmenting the SASE experience by bolstering cloud-based data safeguards, driving policy-based visibility, fortifying SaaS protections, and easing the overall SASE integration process, enabling Juniper to strengthen its competitive position in the tightly contested SASE market.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss review Dell Technologies’ latest Q1 2023 earnings report, which shows a healthy record Q1 revenue jump of 16 percent to $26.1 billion as well as increases in revenue for its critical server and networking and business and consumer PC divisions.