It has been a busy few days this week at WebexOne in Anaheim, where Cisco Systems Inc. revealed a number of new products and solutions for its conferencing and collaboration unit, including devices powered by Nvidia Corp.’s artificial intelligence engine.
The GITEX Global show kicked off this week in Dubai. For those unfamiliar with the event, it is the largest enterprise tech show in the world, with hundreds of thousands of attendees spanning 41 halls across two venues. I have been looking forward to this show as the 2023 edition of GITEX theme is “AI in everything,” and I was hoping to see some strong use cases for the technology.
If data is king of this artificial intelligence-driven world, Cisco Systems Inc. is making a play for the throne with its acquisition of Splunk Inc., long-rumored and finally announced this morning.
Cisco has been expanding from its hardware roots over the past few years, and this all-cash $28 billion acquisition will push it even further on its journey to building its business around recurring revenue.
The Boston Red Sox, one of the iconic names in the world of baseball, is reinventing the fan experience. In an age of data-driven decisions and personalized outreach, the Major League Baseball team is tapping into generative artificial intelligence to revolutionize its marketing campaigns.
No stranger to hype, Zoom Video Communications Inc. is jumping on the generative artificial intelligence bandwagon with both feet. After introducing AI in early June for composing team chats and meeting summaries, the company on Tuesday expanded that commitment in two areas.