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Analysis: 5 Takeaways On The State Of AI PCs And Why Big Channel Vendors Are Excited
Dylan Martin
December 08, 2023, 04:08 PM EST

In the final piece for AI PC Week, CRN explains the state of AI PCs and why some of the biggest IT vendors in the channel, including Intel, HP Inc. and Lenovo, believe the category is the next big thing, even if many compelling use cases have not yet become fully established.

AMD’s David McAfee On Why AI PCs Are ‘Here To Stay’ And Why ISVs Will Flock To The NPU
Dylan Martin

In an interview for CRN’s AI PC Week, AMD executive David McAfee talks about why the company believes AI PCs are ‘here to stay’ and why it needed to ship AI PC chips in volume to enable mass-market, AI-enabled computers before many applications are optimized on the chip’s NPU.

AI And The Channel: Exploring The B2B Impact
Jennifer Follett
December 07, 2023, 06:16 AM EST

Circana’s Mike Crosby talks about the impact AI is having on the channel, both as solution providers seek to deploy the technology internally and look for ways to monetize it through product and services sales to customers.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

Rick Whiting

December 08, 2023, 10:54 AM EST

For the week ending Dec. 8, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their ‘A’ game to the channel including World Wide Technology, AMD, Wiz, OneSpan and Strapi.

Vast Data Founder On New $118M Funding And Why It’s Going To ‘Sit In The Bank’
Joseph F. Kovar
December 07, 2023, 03:01 PM EST

‘By working with the largest customers, we don’t need to build the same size sales and marketing team as you typically find for startups who come into the market selling to the low end of the market. And because of this, we’ve managed to build a business that doesn’t burn venture capital. Actually, we haven’t spent our series B, series C, or series D. And now, we don’t anticipate spending anything from series E. That leaves us with over $300 million in the bank,’ says Vast Data Co-founder Jeff Denworth.
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