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 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 Marvell’s third generation Brightlane Ethernet Switch launch and why it delivers the MACsec, dual core lockstep CPU redundancy, and key automotive standards support vital to accelerating and broadening support for the zonal architecture and security capabilities that can meet the demands of greater security threat surfaces throughout the software-defined vehicle ecosystem.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Ron Westfall examine Marvell Technologies financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2023 and why they validate Marvell as a major player across the semiconductor space who exercises considerable ecosystem influence and is exceptionally adept at capitalizing on secular growth drivers across the data infrastructure, cloud, 5G, and auto market segments which help power the company’s long-term growth prospects.
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.
Marvell debuts its CPO technology platform aimed at enabling cloud data centers to meet rapidly expanding bandwidth demands driven by applications such as AI/ML engines and HPC clusters with improved energy efficiency benefits. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores why Marvell’s CPO technology platform is poised to take advantage of broader ecosystem support for standards-based switch and optics integration, diversifies standardized silicon choice, and can help power adoption across cloud data center environments.
Dell Technologies introduces new telco solutions and services, including Dell Telecom Multi-Cloud Foundation and Dell Open RAN Accelerator, to strengthen the open telecom ecosystem cause and CSP transitions toward open, cloud-native networks. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why Dell’s new solutions and services can boost CSP confidence in using distributed server capabilities across multi-cloud architectures, including especially working with Marvell to deliver open, virtualized 5G RAN architectures that are key to accelerating broader open 5G networking.
Marvell broadens its RAN portfolio aimed at advancing cloud-optimized 5G infrastructure with the launch of the AtlasOne 50Gbps PAM4 DSP and TIA chipset solution. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the new AtlasOne chipset fulfills fast growing mobile operator demand for 50G fronthaul bandwidth capabilities as they advance vRAN and Open RAN deployments, enhance existing RAN technology, and scale 5G applications such as enhanced mobile broadband, FWA, edge computing, ultra-reliable low-latency communications, and digital workforce.
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.
The new Marvell OCTEON 10 DPU solution is positioned to gain rapid traction in meeting the burgeoning security, networking, and storage workload demands of the data center, cloud, 5G, carrier, and enterprise realms as the sampling process unfolds in H2 2021. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why Marvell’s new OCTEON 10 DPU is clearly differentiated and why the solution is well-suited to advance processing capabilities such as parsing, classification, and inline IPSec applications using hardware accelerators to provide ML and vector packet processing as well as Terabir switching key to delivering performance and power efficiency breakthroughs.