Category: Output and 3D Printing

On this episode of The Six Five Webcast, hosts Patrick Moorhead and Daniel Newman discuss Micron Q3FY24 earnings, their first personal impressions on Copilot+ PC, Google kills endless scroll, Lenovo AI announcements, Google updates Vertex AI, and Synopsys at DAC.
Marvell Technologies continues to power innovation across its custom ASIC portfolio using 3nm, customization, and chiplet IP advances to provide optimized performance, power & area breakthroughs, and maximized returns on investments. Futurum’s Ron Westfall and Marvell’s Hugh Durdan explore why Marvell’s custom ASIC offerings fulfill the intricate, high-speed, high-performance silicon requirements of next generation 5G operators, cloud data centers, enterprises, and automotive applications as well as how Marvell’s custom capabilities provide the foundation for driving portfolio-wide innovation.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss looks at how Siemens is growing the market for industrial additive manufacturing by opening CATCH, its latest innovation and collaboration hub, where customers can meet with Siemens experts and 3D printer vendors to brainstorm and find answers to their most pressing additive manufacturing problems.
NVIDIA’s Omniverse Enterprise brings 3D Simulation, real-time collaboration, and a dose of storytelling to the chip-manufacturer’s portfolio. Futurum’s Fred McClimans and Ron Westfall break down NVIDIA’s Omniverse and how it has the potential to help manufacturing and design companies transform themselves into more efficient and safer organizations.
NVIDIA’s Omniverse Enterprise platform has the potential to reshape the future of manufacturing and collaboration. Futurum’s Fred McClimans walks through the key elements of the Omniverse and explains why it might well be transformational for businesses well beyond the manufacturing sector.
New partnerships and alliances like what we are seeing HP do here will help enterprises of different sizes have more resources for 3D technology equipment, training and support. These efforts will help leverage and continue the 3D printing technology efforts HP has made during the pandemic, and it will be interesting to see what the company does moving forward. Overall, we expect to see continued growth in the 3D printing and additive manufacturing space.
While 3D Systems has grown by acquisition over the course of the last few years and has a diverse product offering, revenues (and profitability) haven’t followed that same trajectory. It looks to us like Graves will be focused on transformation and streamlining offerings and delivering on earnings and profitability in the process.
In this week’s episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast, Futurum analyst Sarah Wallace joins me to discuss the impact 3D printing is having on the global fight against the coronavirus COVID-19. We explore why 3D printing is the right solution at the right time, the challenges the industry faces, some of the companies doing innovative things with 3D printing, and what’s ahead for the 3D printing industry.
During this time of global pandemic, HP is ramping up its 3D technology efforts to produce mission critical supplies for hospitals around the world. This effort represents the tech communities collective challenge to be resourceful and innovative during this global pandemic.