Marvell buys Innovium for $1.1 billion swiftly adding Innovium’s cloud-scale date center semiconductor assets to augment its overall Ethernet switch semiconductor portfolio. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the Marvell’s acquisition of Innovium strengthens Marvell’s competitive hand in the Ethernet switching chip market segment and channel presence in meeting burgeoning hyperscaler demand for high-speed cloud scale networking capabilities.
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.
Marvell is delivering the differentiation needed to broaden its market presence in the networking switches and PHY segment, especially against competitors including arch-rival Broadcom. Through embedded security and enabling end-to-end performance gains needed to scale borderless enterprise networking, Marvell strengthens its ability to drive borderless enterprise builds and evolution.