Dell Inc is privately owned. So it is hard to say what their exact size is, but before being delisted they were number 51 on the Fortune 500 list, so they have mass. That is about to change with the move to leverage VMware to go public again. We still see Dell frequently in the enterprise IT space and know all technologists have familiarity with what they can do in servers and … [Read more...] about Dell: Privately owned PC and server maker and software giant
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Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is best known for chips, but is involved in many other aspects of the delivery of compute platforms. At a current market cap of $164B they have the resources to continue to innovate and we expect to see Intel as a Tech Titan for years to come.April 2015 marked the 50th Anniversary of Moore's Law. Gordon Moore made this observation three years … [Read more...] about Intel Corporation: Designing and manufacturing digital technology platforms
Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) is one of the most widely known Tech Titans, and at a $169B market cap has plenty on hand to continue innovating and acquiring new capabilities. They will be around. Here is how they describe themselves: Oracle Corporation (Oracle) provides products and services that address all aspects of corporate information technology (IT) environments, including … [Read more...] about Oracle Corporation: Addressing enterprise IT infrastructure
There are now two HPs. The other is HP Inc. There are confusing similarities in the brands and some market overlap, but think of HP Inc as serving the consumer and HPE (NYSE:HPE) as serving the enterprise. Here is how HPE describes themselves: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company is a provider of technology solutions. The Company operates through five segments: Enterprise … [Read more...] about HP Enterprise (HPE): Focused on the enterprise market
Improbable is developing an operating environment that makes building simulated worlds possible. Improbable is developing SpatialOS; a distributed operating system that makes building simulated worlds possible. Simulated worlds provide unique insight to those asking questions of complex systems. As well as enabling completely new experiences in gaming, simulated worlds can … [Read more...] about Improbable: Simulation platform technology