15 Jul RealWear: A Force To Be Reckoned With In Enterprise AR

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RealWear is a player in the enterprise AR space with a lot of momentum across multiple major enterprises. Over the last 18 months, the company shipped over 15,000 of its HMT systems globally, and can now boast over 1,300 enterprise customers and more than 120 applications. RealWear’s AR devices are designed to work in the […]

10 Jun Moor Insights & Strategy Analyst Coverage At Computex 2019

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Blogs/Articles NVIDIA’s Journey To Improve High-Performance Laptops Deserves Kudos, by Patrick Moorhead HP Takes Innovation Past Thin, Light And Low Power At Computex 2019, by Patrick Moorhead Dell Methodically Improves XPS, Alienware, Precision And Inspiron Lineup At Computex 2019, by Patrick Moorhead Qualcomm And Lenovo Announce The World’s First Prototype 5G PC, by Anshel Sag […]

05 Jun Apple Throws Down The Security And Privacy Gauntlet At WWDC

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Apple customarily unveils several new software changes for its mobile and desktop products in June. This year’s WWDC19 event, held at the San Jose Convention Center with over 6,000 global attendees from 77 countries, didn’t disappoint and included some big hardware news for users who use Mac Pro desktops for professional video and media editing. There […]

10 May Google Spiritually Commits To Multi-Cloud At GCN 2019

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I recently attended the Google Cloud Next 2019 event in San Francisco and wanted to weigh in on what I consider the highlights. The annual GCN conference is a must-attend for anyone connected with Google Cloud and its enterprise capabilities, and this year’s event was a solid one with several announcements with new leader Thomas […]

12 Apr NVIDIA GTC 2019: Datacenter Ecosystem, But No New Chips

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Article by Karl Freund. Last week at GTC 2019, Jensen Huang, the high energy and immensely entertaining CEO and founder of NVIDIA , took the stage to give his keynote to the event’s 6,000+ attendees. However, this was anything but his usual keynote. We have all been spoiled for years by NVIDIA’s dependable yearly flood of new […]

08 Mar Apple Boosts Its Place In The Smart Home With A New Services Strategy

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At an Apple  special event on Monday, Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, meticulously laid out the company’s vision and strategy, challenging consumers to view and think about Apple in a fundamentally different manner. Monday’s presentation was fascinating as it was the only Apple announcement in the company’s history that was entirely devoid of any physical hardware.  As Apple’s hardware sales […]

05 Mar Real 5G And AI Converge With Enterprise Networking At Mobile World Congress 2019

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“Intelligent connectivity” was this year’s theme for Mobile World Congress (MWC), the preeminent event focused on mobile communications held last week in Barcelona. Once relegated to cellular devices, infrastructure and mobile services, over the past thirty-two years the show has expanded to include much more. From my perspective, the notion of intelligence from the GSMA […]

10 Jan Dell Continues To Impress At CES 2019

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This week I’ve been hard at work covering all the news and announcements from CES 2019 that I humanly can. There’s plenty to chew on from companies large and small, but one company that I always follow with rapt attention is Dell Technologies. It’s been in the news lately with its DVMT conversion plan (read […]

19 Dec Plume And OpenSync Initiative Swing For The Fences

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You can’t say that Plume is resting on its laurels. The Palo Alto-based company jumped onto the scene last year with its innovative Adaptive Home Wi-Fi platform, which provides “smart” mesh networking capability in domiciles of all sizes, using “pods” that can be conveniently plugged into AC outlets throughout the home. In a nutshell, Plume’s solution […]

10 Dec Qualcomm Differentiates Itself And Smartphone Partners From Apple And Huawei With The Snapdragon 855

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I spent last week in Maui attending Qualcomm’s annual Snapdragon Technology Summit with my colleague and analyst, Anshel Sag. It was a tough assignment in Hawaii, but someone had to do it. I attend about fifty events per year, and the Snapdragon Summit is right there at the top- not just for the location, but […]

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26 Oct All Rise, John Medica

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John Medica, who passed away October 13th of last year.     MARK VENA Saturday, October 13th marks the one year anniversary of the passing of John Medica and I wrote this tribute to him a year ago.  I’m sure many in the Forbes audience knew John and will appreciate the sentiments I’ve tried to convey […]

03 Oct Globalfoundries Validates The Company’s Pivot At GTC 2018

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Globalfoundries CEO Dr. Thomas Caulfield kicks off GTC 2018.  ANSHEL SAG There has been some talk about Globalfoundries’ decision to not chase after the leading edge 7nm node. As many in the industry obsess over the leading-edge node (guilty as charged), Globalfoundries decided not to continue down the leading edge FinFET path and instead go […]

06 Jun NVIDIA Adds Next Layer Of AI Automation Development Platforms With Isaac

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Project Isaac playing golf. This week at Computex in Tapei,  NVIDIA announced the availability of its Isaac platform. This AI-based development platform is a combination of hardware, software, and a virtual-world robot simulator designed to power autonomous machines within many industries: agriculture, construction, manufacturing robotics, and more. This announcement is evidence of NVIDIA’s commitment to […]

25 Jan Moor Insights & Strategy’s 2018 Predictions

Columns: 2018 Predictions: Sprint Wins 5G Race — Ericsson And Nokia Merge (January 10, 2018) by Will Townsend Ten Predictions For AI Silicon In 2018 (January 5, 2018) by Karl Freund 6 Big Predictions For The Smart Home/Security Space In 2018, (January 3, 2018) by Mark Vena 2018 Predictions: Apple Buys Tesla — Cook Retires […]

25 Jan Can The Movie ‘Tommy Boy’ Teach The Value Of Network Assurance?

I’ve written quite extensively on intent-based networking in the past. There are many vendors that own various subsets of the topology such as orchestration, translation, validation and optimization. Others, such as Cisco Systems with its “Network Intuitive” strategy, are endeavoring to take a more comprehensive and closed-loop approach, including all these elements to automate the […]

24 Jan Storage Industry 2018: Predictions For The Year To Come

When it comes to storage, this new year certainly won’t be boring. A number of technologies and market movements have been percolating over the past few years and will reach full steam in 2018—impacting the landscape for enterprise suppliers and enterprise buyers alike. There is a lot to cover, so let’s dive in. The year […]

23 Jan Top Smart Home And Home Automation Products From CES 2018

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Consumer Technology Association  As expected, last week’s CES was an expansive affair, with 3,900 exhibitors presenting interesting (and more than a few head-scratching) products and solutions across 240,000 square feet of floor space at the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center. More than 184,000 attendees visited this year’s show (a CES record), and while […]

08 Jan Moor Insights & Strategy Analyst Coverage At CES 2018

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  Podcasts: Patrick Moorhead on The Tech Analysts Ep 7 – 1/8/18 – Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA at CES 2018 Ep 6 – 1/7/18 – Meltdown and Spectre Security Concerns Columns: HP Announces New Premium Notebooks, Game Streaming, Alexa Desktop And 3D Cameras At CES 2018, Patrick Moorhead (January 21, 2018) Dell Showcases New XPS Notebooks […]

05 Jan Ten Predictions For AI Silicon In 2018

2017 was an exciting year for fans and adopters of AI. As we enter 2018, I wanted to take a look at what lies ahead. One thing is certain: we’ve barely just begun on this journey and there will be great successes and monumental failures in the year to come. Before I dive into the […]