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  • Fang Zhang, Clifford Grossner Ph.D. | July 19, 2016
    The PCI Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG) DevCon Conference was held in Santa Clara, California, on June 28th and 29th. The PCI-SIG DevCon supports the community developing products that include PCIe technology found in servers, network interface cards (NIC), and network attached storage (NAS). More than 730 companies are members of PCI-SIG, and over 100 companies and around 500 people attended this years’ conference. Participants this year included system architects, designers, engineers, and end users who work on PCI technology from companies such as Cadence, Synopsys, Mentor Graphics, Keysight, Teledyne LeCroy, and PLDA.
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  • Clifford Grossner Ph.D. | July 18, 2016
    IHS Markit analysis and commentary on the 2016 Cloud Service Strategies and Leadership North American Enterprise Survey follows. Please feel free to quote directly from the Research Note below.
  • Clifford Grossner Ph.D., Devan Adams | July 15, 2016
    We first wrote about P4 (Programming Protocol-Independent Packet Processors) when it was displayed during the Open Networking Summit (ONS) in March (see our Analyst Insight Open Networking Summit 2016: Where Open Source Software Met Programmable Silicon). P4 can be applied to numerous programmable devices including central processing units (CPUs), graphic processing units (GPUs), network processing units (NPUs), ASICs (including networking), and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). One of the major advantages of using programmable chips for networking is additional protocol compatibility or even adding new protocols; P4 allows packet processors to support new features post-deployment. Consequently, programmable chips also decrease the frequency of hardware refreshes; switch chips based on P4 enable end users to code their chips and reuse the hardware instead of purchasing new switches every few months to support the latest software innovations.
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Global, in-depth coverage of off-premises cloud services, cloud service providers, and enterprises that use the cloud for IT infrastructure and applications
Provides comprehensive analysis on the dynamics of the PC evolution, various infrastructure-related products such as servers and the potential PC alternatives.
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Detailed and accurate coverage of the rack power distribution unit (PDU) and IT rack enclosure markets including analysis of the technology and trends relevant to the wider data center industry
Offers unprecedented intelligence to the wholesale and retail data center markets by providing the most relevant detail and analysis on leasing space, power, cooling, and connectivity from multi-tenant data center providers.
Global, in-depth coverage of optical equipment and components used by service providers, data centers, and enterprises for metro and core network transport
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Covering both UPS hardware and its service and support, provides industry-leading detail and comprehensive analysis across a number of key industry segments.

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  • Jeff Wilson, Diane Myers, Michael Howard, John Kendall | July 11, 2016
    This Market Tracker provides accurate data and analyses—including market size, forecasts, and market trends—to help clients make better business decisions in the NFV hardware, software, and services market.
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  • Sarah McElroy | July 01, 2016
    IHS is a leading provider of qualitative and quantitative analysis of the IT rack and enclosure market. This tracker analyzes the industry by type of product, dimension, color, geographic region, application, vertical market, and distribution channel.
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  • Sarah McElroy | July 01, 2016
    The IHS rack power distribution unit tracker features market size estimates across seven strategic segmentations and provides forecasts through 2018. The market is analyzed by product type, form factor, input phase, power rating, geographic region, vertical market, and sales channel.
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  • Icon Manager, Data Centers, Cloud & IT Infrastructure
    Liz Cruz is a manager with the IHS information technology team. Since joining IHS in 2010, she has focused on the data center infrastructure market. Liz now manages the team’s research on the multi-tenant data center industry, which tracks quarterly revenues, power, space, and pricing in this fast growing market.
  • Icon Director, Healthcare Technology
    Jason dePreaux is a director with IHS Inc., and leads its medical technology market intelligence group. He manages an international team of analysts producing high-quality market data, forecasts, and competitive intelligence on medical devices and healthcare IT.