Futurum Analyst Michael Diamond discusses Cisco and other vendors’ move to sell their software and services through hyperscale cloud marketplaces as they try to expand their ecosystems and explores why this is a smart strategy.
In this research report, Futurum Research explores why Dell’s Project Alpine enables customers to use the APIs and management tools they already use, avoiding the expense and complexity of refactoring applications or reskilling workforces to drive their multi-cloud journey. As such, customers can combine their preferred public cloud services with Dell Technologies’ enterprise data services to attain uncompromised connectivity and consistent experience deploying Dell assets such as PowerStore, PowerScale, PowerFlex and ObjectScale on-prem to optimize their multi-cloud data services.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why Marvell’s new LiquidSecurity 2 solution is well-suited to support enterprises in their journey from on premise hardware security module (HSM) implementations to multi-cloud and private cloud environments due to key factors such as providing the latest FIPS-certified security boundary, critical for safeguarding cloud-scale applications across private and public clouds while also delivering cost, energy efficiency, and performance advances.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the new Oracle MySQL HeatWave on AWS solution provides the single database platform that fulfills topmost customer transaction processing, analytics, and machine learning demands and delivers definitive price performance advantages over rival solutions including Redshift, Snowflake, BigQuery, and Synapse.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss share their insights as HPE revenue hits $6.95B for Q3, up 1% YoY, beating estimates, as the edge-to-cloud, compute, HPC, AI and storage vendor details its Q3 FY2022 financial performance.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Michael Diamond cover Salesforce’s Q2 2023 earnings results and how the cloud-based CRM category remains a strategic priority for organizations that view customer centricity and organizational connectedness as integral to business success.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall and Daniel Newman examine Marvell Technologies financial results for the second quarter of fiscal year 2023 and why they confirm Marvell as a major player across the semiconductor space that exercises considerable ecosystem influence and is impressively adept at capitalizing on secular growth drivers across the data infrastructure, cloud, 5G/operator, enterprise, and auto market segments which help power the company’s long-term investment and growth prospects.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why Cradlepoint’s NetCloud Exchange cloud-native solution provides the policy-driven, zero-trust capabilities that can augment emerging enterprise 5G experiences and WAN services with SD-WAN and Zero Trust through the flexible delivery of multiple SD-WAN and security services bolstered by the backing of Ericsson’s 5G portfolio expertise and global channel resources.
Futurum analyst Michael Diamond examines Teradata’s Q2 2022 earnings and how he expects the organization to perform in the future as organizations want to leverage analytics to build competitive advantage in the future.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Ron Westfall examine Lenovo’s first quarter 2022/23 results that produced improved profitability and revenue for the ninth consecutive quarter and why Lenovo’s strategic vision, R&D prioritization, portfolio development commitments, and operations have enabled the company to make notable strides across its three main SSG, IFG, and IDG business units.