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Research Duquesne Advisory delivers in-depth analyses of Information and Communications Technologies, their implementations and their markets. Research is based on critical observation of the market by the analysts and their on-going contacts with the vendor community, together with hands-on, practical experience in consulting engagements.
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Will Bullion turn corporate IT bullish on Bull? - 04/07/2010

On April 6th, Bull introduced “Bullion”, new high-end servers In the NovaScale family, based on its recently announced MESCA architecture. While the new servers do offer a unique set of characteristics that make them relevant for key business applications, the announcement did not make it clear how Bull will give the new product the market exposure it deserves.

Bull updates its server platform architecture, reinforces HPC positioning - 03/31/2010

Closely following the Intel Nehalem EX announcement, Bull today (March 31st 2010) announces a new line of high performance computing systems called « Bullx Supernodes ». Duquesne Group believes this announcement will allow Bull to reinforce its relatively recently acquired leading position in the highly competitive and innovative High Performance Computing (HPC) market.

EMC/VMware and Cisco data center alliance: competing for the future ? - 03/04/2010

The recently announced Virtual Computing Environment (VCE) coalition,...

SAP’s painful management shake-up - 02/16/2010

In ten questions, Duquesne Group analyses SAP’s management shake-up … with no punches pulled.

Who could buy Brocade ... and what does it mean for customers? - 10/26/2009

Consolidation is underway in the IT Industry and now it appears that Brocade Communications Systems is possibly up for sale. Which industry players could or should be interested? Most importantly, how should prudent Brocade customers prepare for the possibility of an acquisition?
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Duquesne Advisory

Duquesne Advisory is a European firm, dedicated to researching, understanding and advising clients worldwide on opportunities and trends in Information and Communications technology.

Research

Duquesne Advisory delivers in-depth analyses of Information and Communications Technologies, their implementations and their markets. Research is based on critical observation of the market by the analysts and their on-going contacts with the vendor community, together with hands-on, practical experience in consulting engagements.

Consulting

The analysts of Duquesne Advisory leverage the Firm’s ongoing market and technology research to undertake high added value consulting engagements for both ICT users and ICT providers. Focused on client service, their approach is rigorous and methodical, and at the same time pragmatic and operational.