Recent research by Amazon with GlobalData suggests that competition in retail is substantial and Amazon is not a retail monopoly.
Cisco’s rural broadband network solutions for services providers is fundamentally focused on closing the digital divide, a fast emerging imperative for government decision makers and all of society. The necessary move to more remote working and learning is proving that access to affordable, reliable internet access is essential to fulfilling the unique demands of rural communities in top-priority areas such as public safety, public health, education, and communications. Cisco is making the full business case warrant for rural communities to join the emerging digital workforce and ecosystem in order to survive and prosper.
With this week’s launch of the Cloud AI 100, Qualcomm is taking its AI capabilities from the smartphone to the edge to the datacenter.
Here are 4 metrics brands should keep their eyes on in order to deliver a great customer experience to customers.
A recent report showed Oracle Commerce and its cloud product to be missing the mark, but in reality, it is heading in the right direction.
ADTRAN’s new MetNet 60GHz solution is providing exactly what CSPs require to push residential broadband to their most challenging to serve customers and environments. ADTRAN’s MetNet 60 GHz solution is not gated by the underlying physical infrastructure, which has limited the deployment range of fixed access broadband technologies like FTTH. Fixed wireless services are becoming an invaluable compliment to fiber and fiber extension networks in terms of reaching any potential residential or business customer with gigabit capable services, no matter where they are located.
NVIDIA and ARM have been locked in talks, but yesterday’s announcement brings together a powerful combo of NVIDIA’s GPU portfolio with ARM’s CPU.
IBM launched the Red Hat Marketplace, a one-stop-shop to find, try, buy, deploy, and manage enterprise applications in hybrid IT environments.
Amazon is further committing to adding as many as 33,000 more employees and coaching more than 20,000 at its September 16 career day.
With Zoom, Cisco and Microsoft seeing explosive growth, Slack has been steady and boring and with COVID-19 that simply shouldn’t be the case.