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.
IBM announced the launch of its new LinuxONE III Express, which will enable the company to compete more aggressively on Linux Servers.
Marvell introduces its new automotive multi-gig automotive Ethernet PHY, the 88Q4346, to advance the availability of smarter, secure, safer, and environmentally sound vehicles as well as bolster its IVN market influence. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores the competitive advantages of the new Marvell 10G Ethernet PHY offering and why it strengthens Marvell’s automotive Ethernet portfolio, especially in areas like security, power operations, and speed, as well as Marvell’s influence across the automotive networking industry.
Qualcomm delivered another quarter well above guidance as the company’s 5G business gains momentum and its IoT and Automotive pick up steam.
Microsoft delivered a beat on top and bottom line and grew across all of its segments in a Q3 route, however, investors sold off on the news.
In the most recent quarter, Honeywell came in above guidance and flat YoY on revenue as the company is continuing its pivot to software.
Intel delivered a solid beat against expectations while being relatively flat on a YoY basis in its first quarter under CEO Pat Gelsinger.
IBM returned to a slim 1% YoY growth during its first quarter of the fiscal year giving reason for encouragement.