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Cisco and NVIDIA Strengthen Alliance to Accelerate Enterprise Adoption and Management of AI Infrastructure and Hosting on Secure Ethernet Foundation
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall examines how the strengthened Cisco NVIDIA alliance can play an integral role in accelerating enterprise transition and re-architecting to AI networking vital to deploying and securing Ethernet-driven AI solutions.
Dell and Nokia Strengthen Alliance to Advance Private 5G and Network Cloud Transformation to Spur Private 5G Use Cases and Open Network Architecture Adoption
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall assesses why the extension of the Dell-Nokia alliance better positions both companies to meet the evolving private 5G network needs of organizations in the design, deployment, and operation of private networks.
WalkMe Shows Strong Results with a Lot of Upside for 2024
The Futurum Group’s Daniel Newman, Sherril Hanson, and Keith Kirkpatrick of The Futurum Group cover WalkMe’s Q4 2023 earnings. The company rounded out a transformational 2023 with strong results, continued customer growth, and new product innovation.
Oracle Autonomous Database Accelerates the Development of AI-enabled Applications Through Select AI Capabilities That Can Be Used in Any Database Apps
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall examines why Oracle is breaking AI ground with a generally available Select AI capability for organizations to have a contextual dialogue with their private, proprietary data.
GlobalFoundries Q4 and FY 2023 Earnings Spotlight Robust Performance in Automotive Amid Demand Softness and Inventory Adjustments in Other End Markets
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall and Daniel Newman assess why they believe GlobalFoundries’ Q4 and FY 2023 results showed GF’s partnership diversification played a key role in the automotive end market’s breakthrough FY 2023 performance.
Cisco Q2 Results Reflect Ongoing Macro Caution and Uncertainties with Revenue Growth in Security, Collaboration, and Observability Bright Spots
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall and Daniel Newman examine Cisco’s Q2 FY 2024 results and why the improving subscription-based revenue trend provides a positive framework to successfully address concerns that resulted in the dial back of guidance.
Our latest report, Market Insight Report: 5G Monetization in 2024, assesses why 5G monetization is gaining momentum as CSPs accelerate deployment of 5G standalone networks and emerging 5G services and use cases are ready to produce significant 5G monetization outcomes.
Juniper’s AI-Networking Platform Augments AIOps and VNA Capabilities with Digital Experience Twinning Alongside AI Data Center Innovation to Unleash AI Innovations
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall examines why the debut of Juniper’s AI-Native Networking Platform provides the comprehensive AIOps capabilities and new AI data center capabilities key to improving network performance.
GSMA and IBM Collaborate to Accelerate AI Adoption and Skills for the Telecom Industry with Debut of Generative AI Program and Industry Challenge
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall assesses why the GSMA and IBM alliance can help advance the democratization of AI by propagating training and access to the watsonx platform throughout the telecom ecosystem.
Cisco’s IT Strategy Focuses on User Experience, Agile Ways of Working and AI & the Cloud
Sherril Hanson, Senior Analyst at the Futurum Group, provides insights into how Cisco’s IT supports a positive employee experience, particularly how the company’s focus on user experience has resulted in more friction-free moments and processes.
On this episode of The Six Five – In the Booth, host Patrick Moorhead welcomes Praveen Vaidyanathan, VP and GM of the Compute Products Group at Micron to discuss Micron’s announcement of their LPCAMM2 memory offering and how it will change the PC ecosystem.
T-Mobile and Cisco Unite to Launch Connected Workplace Aimed at Midsize Businesses by Combining T-Mobile Managed Services with Cisco Meraki Networking
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall assesses why T-Mobile’s Connected Workplace offering fully leverages Cisco Meraki network technologies to streamline the network infrastructure of midsize businesses key to minimizing IT and operational complexity.