Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why the Juniper Apstra Freeform offering is well positioned to unify experiences across vendors and automate essential data center workflows as well as ease multivendor data center automation and management builds.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Ron Westfall examine Intel’s Q2 2022 financial results including the bad, the good, and the implications of the CHIPs Act passage. Intel’s CCG and DCAI units reported substantial declines that contributed directly to missing consensus outlooks related to its Q2 top-line and bottom-line expectations and revising full-year guidance, however progress in the NEX, AXG, and Mobileye units along with advancement of the CHIPs Act in the U.S. Congress indicate how Intel can mount a much-needed comeback before near-term and long-term.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss looks at RISC-V computing leader SiFive’s announcement of the opening of its new U.K.-based R&D center and its bold plans to hire more than 100 workers for its global operations over the next two years.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss review NVIDIA’s Q1 2023 earnings, which posted a new NVIDIA quarterly revenue record at $8.29B for the GPU maker in a turbulent global marketplace, and explore what’s likely ahead.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores why Marvell’s acquisition of Tanzanite locks in Tanzanite’s Compute Express Link (CXL) technology and expertise that further bolsters Marvell’s CXL platform for cloud data centers. The deal follows on Marvell’s string of successful M&A deals, such as the Innovium and Inphi acquisitions, demonstrating its organization-wide ability to effectively use acquisitions to broaden its addressable market and boost overall competitiveness throughout key markets such as the cloud-optimized silicon market segment.
Futurum analyst Michael Diamond coves the anouncement by TeleSign around the opening of its new datacenter in Brussels, designed to offer clients greater data sovereignty that will exceed the data protection requirements set forth by the European Union including GDPR regulations.
Microsoft launched a sustainable data center region in Sweden that will be completely powered by carbon-free green energy. Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer breaks down this announcement and what it will mean for the region and the future of data storage along with the benefits this is intended to extend to customers in their own sustainability efforts.
AWS gets the greenlight for another data center campus in Northern Virginia to accommodate the booming cloud business.
Forget the speed of light. In today’s marketplace, it’s almost impossible for data itself to move fast enough to keep our businesses running. As Cole Crawford, CEO of Vapor IO, has said: “Speed of light sucks.” And since we haven’t yet developed a way to beat it, we have to find a way to outsmart it. Enter: the growing differentiation …
This year is predicted to be a huge year for technology, with many predictions focusing on big data and analytics. It’s clear that the growth of data has just begun. Perhaps the biggest gain when it comes to data this year, is the rise of data center automation and its many benefits. According to Cisco, there will be a 226% increase in …
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