Category: Storage

Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses Micron’s three-prong Embedded World 2022 announcement, consisting of new memory and storage portfolio innovation across its industrial and automotive offerings, such as the i400 microSD card, ASIL D certification for its LPDDR5 DRAM, and the expansion of its IQ Partner Program, and why it can bolster Micron’s competitive position in driving breakthroughs in key vertical areas such as video surveillance and automotive safety.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss examine Lenovo’s $71.6B record FY2021/22 revenue, up 18% YoY as the Chinese computer, storage, software, services, and HPC vendor unveils its latest earnings numbers.
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 principal analyst Daniel Newman shares his thoughts on Micron’s Investor Day 2022 with insights on what is to come for the memory and storage market.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores why the Dell and Snowflake alliance bolsters Dell’s overall multi-cloud vision and portfolio including increased flexibility for users operating throughout multi-cloud environments and fulfilling data workload optimization as well as how both partners can strengthen their alliance by putting more portfolio development and marketing emphasis on ML capabilities.
Futurum analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the recently announced updates to IBM’s Storage Portfolio. With IBM rightly focused on addressing the burgeoning requirements for enhanced security of data the company launches the Cyber Vault solution across the FlashSysetm portfolio and also delivers a raft of other updates to the portfolio.
Futurum’s Steven Dickens provides his take on the disruption that is occurring in the storage marketplace, as well as recent announcements from IBM and Pure Storage. Steven also covers how traditional supply chains are being transformed through approaches taken by players such as VAST Data, and open source models such as CEPH.
Futurum’s Steven Dickens provides his analysis of IBM Storage announcements today, which reflect the company’s addition of enhanced data protection to Flash System, showing a focus on security, ransomware, and storage. While the company has some catching up to do, this focus on data protection and a Storage-as-a-Service offering is clearly important to clients and prospects
Futurum Research Senior Analyst, Steven Dickens provides his take on the Q2 2021 results for IBM Systems. The headline results on the surface look troubling for Systems, however given the product life cycles of IBM Z and Power, and tough comparisons against Q2 2020, the business did surprisingly well and shows areas of growth and penetration in the marketplace.