This week, NVIDIA announced DGX SuperPOD, which the company claims to be the world’s 22nd fastest supercomputer. The more pressing question, though, is how does this launch help NVIDIA increase their dominance in the Automotive space?
The highlight of HPE Discover 2019 is Antonio Neri’s promise that “HPE is going all in with everything-as-a-service.” Overall, I think the move is a bold one and that Antonio is making a strong play. and a commitment I believe that Antonio is making a strong play. With announcements in Storage, Intelligent Edge, and Hybrid Cloud (not all encompassing) all promising to “Greenlake” (short for as-a-service) their solutions, we can be certain that the company is committed to making the leap forward to being service led; and I am confident that this move will pay off, eventually.
Demand continues to grow for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform, and with good reason. Simplifying business applications, allowing customers to do more with their data (and more easily use that data), and AI, are key areas of focus. Additionally, Microsoft’s clear advantage is Azure. I expect Microsoft Business Applications + Azure Cloud to continue to serve as the foundation for companies looking to expedite their ambitions of transformation with data and AI.
I have no doubt that Apple intends to own the entire supply chain and modems and then perhaps RF to follow. I am skeptical that they can execute in the timeline being provided. I would think 2024 or even 2025 is more reasonable, but let’s give them kudos for being bold. As an admitted fan of the Qualcomm modems, I think they could better divert resources elsewhere, but that isn’t Apple’s style.
Exabeam, a fast-growing startup in the SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) space is no real threat to Splunk, IBM. Here’s why.
MarTech has changed the game for both B2B and B2C marketers. Read how marketers are using AI and machine learning to reach and engage customers.
Zoom’s growth should be commended, as for the simplicity that they have brought to point-to-point desktop and mobile video. But I think their next hurdle is a big one and it will lead to slowed growth and a requirement to build more 3rd party integrations, improve their hardware stack and look beyond video for their ecosystem.
Slack has a product people love to use, but is it enough? While it’s an exciting time for the company, a much-anticipated IPO, and people love a good unicorn, long term, it might not be enough. Growth is the answer, and a path to profitability.
The Microsoft Oracle partnership will provide provide improved cloud interoperability services and better user experience for customers.
Last week I attended Pegaworld 2019 in Las Vegas, Pega Systems annual user and partner conference. Their key message this year was “Empathetic AI.”