Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer covers the emerging partnership between General Motors and Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source software solutions, aimed at accelerating the pace of software-defined vehicle development — including critical safety and security components.
Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman dives into the recent collaboration agreement between IBM and Amazon Web Services (AWS). The agreement will provide clients with access to IBM’s software portfolio on cloud-native AWS.
Futurum analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the recently announced partnership extensions between VMware, Wipro and Atos. As Kubernetes deployments start to happen at scale, Global System Integrators are flocking to form relationships with VMware so they can be skilled in the latest technologies.
Futurum’s principal analyst Shelly Kramer responds to the newly announced multi-year partnership between global brands McLaren Racing and OKX crypto exchange, a Formula 1 crypto partnership with high potential to create intriguing innovations — especially in the esports arena.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman explores the news that Nissan will utilize Luminar’s LIDAR technology in its next-generation advanced driver systems, offering insight on how this will expand Luminar’s reach in the automotive industry.
Futurum’s principal analyst Shelly Kramer examines the impact of Zoom for Government achieving Provisional IL4 Authorization from the Department of Defense and why that’s an important accomplishment for the video conferencing and collaboration leader.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss dives into the news that Lego and Fortnite’s Epic Games are collaborating with the aim of creating a safe and fun metaverse experience targeted to children. Weiss explores the possibility that this move is perhaps a tempting carrot to later bring adults into the cloudy metaverse mix, along with a look what other brands are doing as we navigate the nascent stages of the metaverse and what’s ahead.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss shares his insights about what the latest $105 million in Series C round funding means for collaborative application developer platform Docker as the company continues its rebound from its 2019 reorganization.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer explores the news that Five9 has become the official customer contact center software partner for golf’s European Tour group. The partnership is all about leveraging technology to drive innovation as well as making a better experience for all, improving communication and logistics for fans, players, and sponsors. This bodes well in myriad ways, both for the European Tour group as well as for the opportunities this might present for Five9 in the future.
Futurum’s Shelly Kramer explores Shure’s expanded certification for its Intellimix Room for Microsoft Teams Rooms. The applicable use cases for the Intellimix Room are in instances where the Shure Microflex® Ecosystem is leveraged jointly with video conferencing products from Lenovo, Poly, Logitech, and Crestron. Kramer offers insight on the role that user experience is placing in selection of video conferencing and collaboration solutions and key themes coming out of Enterprise Connect 2022.