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October 2019

 “… businesses wanted to invest in open source but they found the landscape overly complicated. This, was the “first loud roar” that she heard.”The second thing was around helping them modernise,” she adds, noting that around 80 percent SUSE’s customer base are contending with complex legacy infrastructure environments and need guidance on their cloud journey. The third call was in accelerating the delivery of services and decision-making.

Melissa Di Donato, President and CEO, SUSE / Read Full Article


August 2019

IBM owns the origin position, and we now own the new destination position that transcends all clouds,” “It allows you to build once and run anywhere.” 

Ginni Rometti, CEO, IBM / Read Full Article


JUly 2019

“… give them the flexibility to build and deploy any app or workload, anywhere,” “We think open source has become the de facto standard in technology because it enables these solutions. Joining forces with IBM gives Red Hat the opportunity to bring more open source innovation to an even broader range of organizations and will enable us to scale to meet the need for hybrid cloud solutions that deliver true choice and agility”

Jim Whitehurst, President and CEO, RED HAT / Read Full Article


March 2019

“The emergence of AI and data science, as well as billions of simultaneous computer users, is fueling skyrocketing demand on the world’s datacenters,” said Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of Nvidia. “Addressing this demand will require holistic architectures that connect vast numbers of fast computing nodes over intelligent networking fabrics to form a giant datacenter-scale compute engine.”

Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of Nvidia.  / Read Full Article


August 2018

“The execution of this [VDI, n.d.r] vision, though, has been uninspiring. Poor user experience has dogged these systems on four levels: first, a bunch of on-premise infrastructure had to be installed; second, the remote application delivery suffered from lag, low resolution, and connectivity drops; third, every user of virtual desktops needed to install client software; and fourth, the administration tools were cumbersome, complex and did not have APIs to automate and integrate with other systems. Turned out, desktop virtualization actually increased your infrastructure costs rather than reducing them. It made data center management more complicated.”

Salil Deshpande, fmr. Managing Director at Bain Capital Ventures / Read Full Article