Futurum analyst Michael Diamond discusses Lenovo’s recently announced Lenovo AI Innovators program designed to help its partners drive artificial intelligence solutions into their end-customers environments.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss explains why NVIDIA H100 MLPerf 2.1 AI performance results are impressive in the latest round of AI inferencing benchmark testing for data centers and edge computing by the respected MLCommons engineering consortium.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss looks at how NVIDIA QODA boosts quantum classical computing interactions by bringing together the power and capabilities of QPUs, GPUs and CPUs in groundbreaking new ways.
Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman explores IBM’s acquisition of Databand.ai, a leading data observability software provider, offering insight on how this software will improve IBM’s existing observability solutions.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss explores how NVIDIA’s MLPerf 2.0 AI training test leadership continues and shows new progress in the latest MLPerf 2.0 benchmark results and rankings of AI inferencing platforms.
The News: Qualcomm has unveiled its Qualcomm AI Stack portfolio of software tools to make it easier for OEMs and developers to build AI applications for a wide range of devices that run on Qualcomm chips. The Qualcomm AI Stack is designed to unleash the AI power of Connected Intelligent Edge devices, including smartphones, IoT, automotive, XR, cloud, and mobile …
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’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 analyst Todd R. Weiss dives into NVIDIA’s latest announcement that powerful data center servers built with NVIDIA’s latest NVIDIA Grace CPU Superchips and NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchips will be available for purchase from leading Taiwan-based server makers starting in the first half of 2023.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses how Amdocs and AWS provided the AI-enabled, cloud-based business assurance solution that he sees assisting T-Mobile’s merger synergies across the vast, intricate Sprint merger process.