News » Systems and Storage News Roundup (5/13 -5/20)

Tuesday, May 21st 2019

Systems and Storage News Roundup (5/13 -5/20)

 

If your favorite vendor is missing from our news roundup, it’s likely they didn’t have any pertinent announcements last week. If there’s a vendor you’re interested in seeing, email me at Nick@evaluatorgroup.com.

Broadcom

5/14- Broadcom Introduces Frictionless Value-based Licensing for Software Running on IBM z/OS Systems

5/15-Broadcom Drives Gigabit Broadband with Industry’s Highest Port Density G.fast Vector Processor

Cray

5/17-HPE to Acquire Supercomputing Leader Cray

Datrium

5/15- Datrium Drives Vision for IT Transformation in the On-demand Economy

5/15- Datrium Unveils Automatrix Platform to Power Instant Outcomes in a Multicloud World

Fujitsu

5/14- Fujitsu Formulates “Design the Trusted Future by Data x AI,” a Process and Framework for Creating Goal-Oriented Businesses

Hitachi

5/14-Hitachi Vantara Introduces Lumada Video Insights as Video, IoT Analytics and DataOps Drive Smart Spaces Growth and Innovation

Huawei

5/15-Huawei Launches AI-Native Database

5/17- Huawei Provides Open Platform to Help Developers Achieve Business Success

IBM  

5/14-European Companies Turn to IBM AI and Hybrid Cloud to Help Drive the Next Chapter of Digital Transformation in the Automotive Industry

5/14- IBM Releases AI-Powered Anomaly Detection Capabilities to Mitigate Supply Chain Disruptions

Intel

5/14- Intel Drives Innovation across the Software Stack with Open Source for AI and Cloud

Oracle

5/14-Oracle Helps Organizations Improve Productivity Across Global Supply Chains

 

Western Digital

5/20- Western Digital Extends Veeam® Integrations Across its Portfolio of Data Center System Solutions

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