Dassault Systèmes move to acquire Medidata for a reported $5.7B by year end is a smart move, surely strategically designed to expand the company’s role in healthcare science. The acquisition also affords the company some great “relationship” benefits.
Ericsson 5G Consumer Potential Report is a myth buster for sure. Surveying over 35,000 consumers, the data provided is sure to be an eye-opener.
Intel’s acquisition of Barefoot Networks is a shrewd move, immediately bolstering the company’s competitive prospects in the hyperscale data center market segment and challenging key rivals NVIDIA and Broadcom in a drive toward new business.
Westcon-Comstor’s just announced partnership with Ribbon’s Network Edge Orchestrator platform is a value add for European resellers.
Nokia confirms 42 commercial 5G deals across the planet, asserting a steady pipeline for continued growth. It appears like it’s Nokia’s time to shine.
Nutanix, Inc. announced the general availability of its Certified Kubernetes solution, Nutanix Karbon. What does this mean for their customers?
Before I begin, rest assured that this is not a political post. Please don’t read any partisan or political views into any of my arguments here. This post is meant to be an objective analysis of an executive order and its potential impact on technology markets. Now that my political disclaimer is out of the way, let’s begin. 1. Executive …
Dell Technologies World 2019 event unveiled Dell Technologies Cloud, Dell-Microsoft partnership to accelerate digital transformation, and the intro of Unified Workspace.
The Apple Qualcomm lawsuit has been settled. Here’s our take on why this finally happened and what to expect moving forward.
HPE reported a mixed second quarter with earnings increasing but actually coming up short on revenue expectations.
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