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NVIDIA Continues Its Bull Run of Form Posting Strong Q3

NVIDIA Continues Its Bull Run of Form Posting Strong Q3

The News: Nvidia Corp. shares were indicated modestly higher in pre-market trading Friday after the gaming chipmaker forecast lighter-than-expected near-term revenues that offset a solid third quarter earnings report. Nvidia said non-GAAP earnings for the three months ending on October 27, the group’s fiscal third quarter, came in at $1.78 per share, down 3.3 percent from the same period last ...
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How to Stop Remote Workers From Disengaging

How to Stop Remote Workers From Disengaging

The number of remote workers in America has shot up 115 percent in the past decade. The No. 1 reason that remote workers quit? They feel lonely and disengaged. Many of my followers lead remote workers, so I sought out solutions to help them feel included. Author Dan Schawbel has several tips for managers to help stop remote workers from ...
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Cisco Delivers Strong Q1 Despite Tame Guidance For Q2

Cisco Delivers Strong Q1 Despite Tame Guidance For Q2

Cisco shares fell as much as 6 percent after the close of trading on Wednesday after the company gave fiscal second-quarter earnings that came in below analysts’ estimates. Here’s how the company did: Earnings: Excluding certain items, 84 cents per share, vs. 81 cents per share as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. Revenue: $13.16 billion, vs. $13.09 billion as expected by ...
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Oracle Blesses BRM with Cloud Native Option

Oracle Blesses BRM with Cloud Native Option

The News: Digital service providers are transforming their monetization systems to prepare for the upcoming demands of 5G and future digital services. Oracle Communications’ new cloud native deployment option for Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) addresses these demands by combining the features and extensibility of a proven, convergent charging system with the efficiency of cloud and DevOps agility. Oracle Communications’ ...
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Intel Announces Nervana and Movidius AI Chips for Inference and Training

Intel Announces Nervana and Movidius AI Chips for Inference and Training

The News: Intel Corp. this week introduced a trio of chips for training and deploying artificial intelligence models that will allow it to step up the competition against Nvidia Corp., the graphics processing unit market leader. The chips, unveiled at a press event in San Francisco this morning, grew out of Intel’s 2016 acquisitions of two machine learning companies, Nervana Systems and Movidius ...
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