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Nerdio Announces New Integrations with Microsoft Windows 365, Aimed at Making Remote Work Easier

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Futurum Research Senior Analyst, Steven Dickens provides his take on developments coming out of VDI vendor Nerdio. As remote work accelerates the need for increased deployment of remote desktops, VDI has exploded. Nerdio is hyper focused on the issues around the deployment of VDI architectures either within MSP’s looking to service the SMB marketplace or large enterprises looking to manage their desktop fleet.

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The Great Siege of Qualcomm: How Three Waves of Assaults on Qualcomm from 2013 to 2020 Helped Strengthen US Technology Leadership – Part 1

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Who tried to take down Qualcomm? What were they after? Why didn’t they prevail? What does Qualcomm’s resilience mean for the future? These are the questions that Futurum Senior Analyst, Olivier Blanchard, dives into in the first episode of this three-part series, in which regulators challenged the company’s technology licensing model. Under the guise of investigating potential “anti-competitive” behavior, the Chinese, Taiwanese, Korean, Japanese, and European equivalents of the United States’ FTC all took turns attempting to paint Qualcomm’s technology licensing and/or business practices as anti-competitive, when they, in fact, were not.

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Canonical Announces Ubuntu Support for RISC-V

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Futurum Senior Analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the recent announcement by Canonical to support RISC-V with the Ubuntu operating system. Canonical has for years now taken the most holistic approach to porting Ubuntu to multiple platforms. While open source leaders such as Red Hat and SUSE focus on x86 based architectures, Canonical has taken a different path and arguably the most open.

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Benu Networks’ cnBNG Solution Provides Operators OpenShift Relief

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Benu Networks debuts it cloud-native Broadband Network Gateway (cnBNG) using the Red Hat OpenShift K8 container platform, as well as disaggregated routing techniques to ease operator delivery of broadband and 5G edge services and swiftly augment user experiences. Futurum’s Ron Westfall delves into the competitive benefits of the new Benu cnBNG solution and why it bolsters Benu’s cloud-native and 5G ecosystem credentials, especially in hybrid/multi-cloud environments and the service edge, as well as the market potential for advancing broadband provider edge service innovation.

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ServiceNow Intellibot Acquisition Another Step Forward in the RPA Arena — and an Exciting One

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The ServiceNow Intellibot acquisition is another step forward in the RPA arena. Futurum’s Shelly Kramer takes a look at an acquisition that makes the already impressive digital workflow platform even more well-positioned for success — for customers all over the world, including the fast-growing Indian market, which is a strategic move for ServiceNow.