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Communications Networks

The communications network analysts at The Futurum Group provide a fresh perspective and cross-disciplinary approach to research and analysis. We help communications service providers (CSPs) and their customers navigate the complex landscape of mobile and cloud technologies, edge networking, data networking, CSP networks, orchestration, and network silicon.

As software increasingly drives differentiation in the market, manufacturers must effectively communicate this paradigm shift, aligning with the reinvented business models of service providers. The Futurum Group excels in helping clients establish their position, craft compelling messages, and extend their influence and market reach.

For businesses seeking to consolidate, expand, or adapt their communications networks, the multitude of choices can be overwhelming. As a trusted advisor, The Futurum Group provides a differentiated viewpoint, helping organizations discern between promises and realities of new technologies, facilitating well-informed decision-making.

Businesses trust The Futurum Group’s perspective to cut through the noise and gain a clearer outlook on AI’s potential. We enable organizations to integrate AI and analytics seamlessly into their processes and products, while amplifying impactful go-to-market messages that resonate with the marketplace.

Coverage

  • 5G
  • Data Networking
  • Edge Networking
  • Internet of Things
  • Service Provider Networks
  • Standards Development

The Latest Insights on COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS

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.
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.
Intel Launched Its AI Strategy for Enterprises Spearheaded by Gaudi 3 Debut Emphasizing Open, Scalable Systems Built to Bring AI Innovation to All AI Segments
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall and Russ Fellows examine why the new Intel Gaudi, Xeon, and Core Ultra portfolio offerings immediately bolster the Intel enterprise AI proposition, bringing AI innovation everywhere.
An assessment of 5G Turnaround Indicators Including Samsung’s Fiscal Q1 2024, 5G/eSIM Expansion, 5G Fund Revival, and T-Mobile’s Blink Smart Home Package
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall and Olivier Blanchard review potential indicators of improving 5G prospects in 2024 including Samsung’s surging Q1 2024 financial results amid AI’s rising tide, growing worldwide 5G connections plus eSIM expansion, the FCC proposing revival of the $9 billion 5G Fund for Rural America, and T-Mobile’s creative new Blink Smart Home bundle package.
Palantir Selects Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to Augment Efficiency, Performance, and Sovereignty from HQ to Tactical Edge for Vast Array of Organizations
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall and Steven Dickens assess why the Oracle-Palantir alliance delivers the synergy between OCI and Palantir's AI platforms needed to spur a wave of innovation.
Marvell Spotlighted Connectivity Optimized for Diverse Architectures and Use Cases to Meet Skyrocketing Demand for Bandwidth at OFC 2024
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall assesses how Marvell’s OFC 2024 announcements demonstrate its ability to meet the massive scaling demands of optical data rates and deliver the energy per bit savings essential to transforming data infrastructure.

The Latest NEWS

Organizations Must Weigh Responsiveness and Convenience Against the Potential for Agent Distractions
Telecommunications Companies Can Elevate Their Role from Vendor to Trusted Advisor
Amdocs Survey Finds Consumers Want More AR and MR Tech, but Need More Education and Guidance
ACSI Survey Finds That Both Full-Service and Value-Oriented Carriers Face Challenges
Vonage Survey Illustrates That Consumers Have Similar Service Expectations for Digital Engagements, Regardless of Providers’ Size
Features Aim to Deliver Desirable Hybrid Experiences at Workplaces