The second annual remote graphics and virtualization conference returns to South San Francisco. Virtualization technology is helping companies extend computing resources in ways never thought possible only a few years ago. In October Jon Peddie Research will convene VIRTUALIZE 2015, its second annual conference for companies interested in virtualization technologies for added resources, efficiency, collaboration, […]
Competitors come together at the JPR luncheon with standards and cooperation at customers’ behest. By Kathleen Maher Siggraph in Los Angeles is usually a boost for the organization devoted to all computer graphics, but which has come to depend on the film industry in an uneven co-dependent relationship. This year it’s paying off. […]
Latest Jon Peddie Research report shows “significant rebound” in shipment volume. After a surprisingly painful first quarter, stakeholders in the markets for workstations and professional GPUs were looking for far healthier results in the second quarter of 2015, along with reassurance the market’s fortunes were not following the downward path of the broader PC industry. […]
Deferred revenue grew by 26% to account for the majority of revenue for the first time. Autodesk (NASDAQ: ADSK) has been telling Wall Street for a while how the transition from selling software as piece goods (perpetual licenses) to software as a service (subscriptions) would be a long transition with up and down quarters. 2Q16 […]
Introduced at E3 the AMD Radeon R9 Nano graphics board is well worth the wait. JPR testing shows the Radeon stacking up well against similar products.
Manufacturing companies are the leading target of cyber crime. Tom Lansford takes a look at what you can do to protect product development data. By Tom Lansford Do we really have control over the information in our company? Companies in manufacturing are the main target for hackers and industrial espionage. Security breaches cost companies and […]
Companies are sucking up data and using it to find out everything they can about whatever it is they care about. So far, it’s been a way one deal: data flows from us and into the monster maw of enterprise servers. Banjo has it both ways.
“First Cycle” is the first 10 minutes of the free and open source episodic film. Blender Institute has released the first segment in a new episodic open source animation feature film. “Cosmos Laundromat: First Cycle” tells the story of Franck, a suicidal sheep who lives on a desolate island. He meets his fate in a […]
AMD dropped 26% sequentially in a quarter that saw all GPU players take a hit, says Jon Peddie Research. The market for discrete GPUs continue to slip as embedded GPUs in the CPU and APU bring better performance for free. According to the latest market report from Jon Peddie Research (JPR), shipments of GPUs dropped […]
The CAE vendor is usually a poster child for double-digit growth. Ansys (ANSS: Nasdaq) today reported second quarter results atypical of the Ansys we’ve become familiar with. Revenue for the quarter (ending June 30, 2015) was $235.48 million, up 1.3% from a year ago. The blame goes to currency fluctuations, mostly the continued slide of […]