Paula Moorhead

Qualcomm Revs Its Engines At Its Automotive Redefined Event

When you think of mobile semiconductors, one company that’s always top-of-mind is Qualcomm. While its silicon powers many if not most of the world’s phones and tablets, the company has not been content to rest on its laurels. In recent years it has begun to extend its mobile technology into other emergent fields, such as …

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IBM Rolls Out Big Customers At Think 2019 Using AI, ML, DL On Power Systems

There was a tremendous amount of news delivered at this year’s IBM THINK 2019, which I personally attended along with my senior storage analyst colleague Steve McDowell. One thing that impressed me, which didn’t get much press, was the number of rich conversations from IBM customers on how they were using Power Systems to help …

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Is VR The Next Frontier For Operators?

The Lenovo Mirage Solo VR headset. ANSHEL SAG As the VR industry continues to grow, we’re seeing more and more standalone devices like the Oculus Go, HTC Vive Focus, Lenovo Mirage, and soon the Oculus Quest. I have spent a considerable amount of time with these standalone VR devices and believe that they represent the future …

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Intel Updates For AI: $1B Now, More Growth Ahead

Intel held a full day event last week to lay out its strategy and products for growth in the datacenter. Senior executives took the opportunity to talk about CPUs, ASICs, FPGAs, memory, and networking, while sprinkling in a healthy dose of real-world customer success stories. Investors were hoping that this event would shed some light …

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