This week at the AI Hardware Summit, Qualcomm demonstrated its Cloud AI 100 inference chip that will be available in 2020. Analyzing this week’s introduction.
IBM announced IBM z15, a new enterprise platform delivering the ability to manage the privacy of customer data across hybrid multicloud environments. With z15, clients can manage who gets access to data via policy-based controls, with an industry-first capability to revoke access to data across the hybrid cloud.
At a time when financial management, HCM, and analytics applications are table stakes for businesses serious about growth and profitability, Workday seems to be maximizing opportunity. Looking forward, the company expects to grow subscription revenue to $3.06 billion and hit revenue targets of between $783 million and $785 million. A strong quarter and good results for Workday and I look for more of that ahead.
Dell Tech announced earnings last week. This article dives deeper into a strong Q2 performance as Dell beats on revenue and earnings.
DXC’s well-known expertise in helping organizations modernize their IT systems along with its expertise in AI and machine learning is a good match for Google Cloud Platform Services, as both join together to target the enterprise customer.
HPE and VMware have partnered to leverage HPE’s Greenlake and Composable infrastructure capabilities to deliver VMware Cloud Foundation as a Service.
Microsoft, by way of General Dynamics has been the chosen provider of office productivity solutions with the award of the DEOS contract.
Coming off of a difficult quarter where many pundits and analysts were predicting the demise of Nutanix, the company has had a strong bounceback in FY19 Q4.
VMworld 2019 brought a number of important announcements, but as Hybrid IT and Containers take headlines, Tanzu may be the event’s biggest announcement.
HPE earnings for Q3 showed mixed results, but with several positives and strong leadership the company looks well poised to grow in the mid to long term.