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On this episode of The Six Five Webcast, hosts Patrick Moorhead and Daniel Newman discuss Apple Vision Pro developers losing interest, U.S. awards Samsung and Micron over $6B in CHIPS Act funding, does AMD have a datacenter AI GPU problem, Adobe’s use of Midjourney, Samsung knocks Apple off of number 1 market share, and Arm says CPUs can save 15% of total datacenter power.
Hammerspace, Seagate, Quantum, LucidLink, and Resilio Are Among the NAB Products of the Year for 2024
Camberley Bates, VP of Data Infrastructure at The Futurum Group, covers the significance of data infrastructure at the NAB Show 2024 and the Product of the Year Awards.
Its Strategic AI Integration Puts the Company in a Strong Position to Maintain Its Leadership in the AI Industry, Particularly in the Field of Enterprise Information Management
Steven Dickens, Vice President and Practice Lead, and Sam Holschuh, Analyst, at The Futurum Group, share their insights on OpenText’s AI-driven transformation and market positioning.
Adobe and the Industry at Large Need to Have a Conversation Around the Value and Tradeoffs of Using Generated Images to Train Image-Generation Models
The Futurum Group’s Daniel Newman and Keith Kirkpatrick cover Adobe’s incorporation of generated images used to train their Firefly model and discuss the implications for Adobe and the larger generative AI image market as a whole.
Unveiling the Montreal Multizone Region
Steven Dickens, Vice President and Practice Lead, and Sam Holschuh, Analyst, at The Futurum Group share their insights on IBM’s strategic investment in Canadian cloud sovereignty with the launch of the Montreal Multizone Region.
In this episode of Enterprising Insights, The Futurum Group Enterprise Applications Research Director Keith Kirkpatrick discusses the news coming out of Google Cloud Next, focusing on new product enhancements around AI, workspace, and security.
The Futurum Group’s Dr. Bob Sutor looks at five generative AI Python code generators to see how well they follow instructions and whether their outputs check for errors and are functionally complete.
Cerebras CS-3 Powered by 3rd Gen WSE-3 Delivers Breakthrough AI Supercomputer Capabilities Matching Up Very Favorably Against the NVIDIA Blackwell Platform
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall assesses why the Cerebras CS-3, powered by the WSE-3, can be viewed as the fastest AI chip across the entire AI ecosystem including the NVIDIA Blackwell platform.
The Futurum Group’s Steven Dickens provides his take on Equinix's latest announcement as Equinix pivots to a digital infrastructure leader, investing in AI-ready data centers to meet growing technological demands with a new facility in California.
In this episode of Infrastructure Matters, hosts Steve Dickens and Krista Macomber take on the latest conference events including Google Cloud Next, The Mainframe’s 60th birthday, and Security Field Day.
New AI-Driven Tools Focus on Improving Customer Efficiency and Satisfaction
Keith Kirkpatrick, Research Director with The Futurum Group, covers Zendesk’s announcement of a comprehensive CX and EX offering that is powered by AI and designed to improve efficiency and productivity for workers and customers.
An Assessment of AI’s Openness Including Intel’s Guadi 3-led Enterprise AI Strategy, Qualcomm’s Responsible AI Vision, and Nokia’s Transparent AI Moves
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall and Olivier Blanchard examine the major mobile ecosystem moves to make AI open, responsible, and transparent including Intel’s Enterprise AI proposition emphasizing open industry software for developer productivity, Qualcomm’s Responsible AI vision focus on privacy and security, and Nokia using Transparent AI moves.