During Web Summit, in a conversation with The Channelist, John Brisco shared how Coherent helps organizations and channel partners leverage existing data and advance in digital transformation.


Recently, Sanjay Poonen took the reins of Cohesity, a leader in cloud security and next-generation data management, after architecting multiple successful cloud partnerships at VMware. In this interview, he discusses how VARs can maximize their partnership with Cohesity.


Kigen provides cellular service providers, integrators, and chipset manufacturers with the services to provision and manage the embedded SIM featured in millions of cellular devices, including Apple’s recently released iPhone 14.


Despite a recent slowdown this year, the unified communications (UC) market will continue to grow around 20 percent year over year. EY’s Tom Loozen believes channel partners can benefit from offering more integrated solutions.


The German semiconductor company has a long history of supporting startups worldwide. They are Infineon’s innovation partners, customers, and market channels.


More than 230 billion chips use Arm technology. From basic sensors to massive cloud datacenters, thousands of silicon vendors use Arm cores for their designs. Managing a complex partner ecosystem is critical for the company as it prepares for its second IPO.


The market for private cellular networks is expected to reach $80 billion by 2029. Nokia, the leader in private wireless, is working closely with different channels to capture a substantial share.


As many industries accelerate digital transformation, traditional managed service providers must adapt their offerings to the new paradigm.


Today’s MSPs face increasing competition from small consulting firms, vendors, and other players. To remain competitive and gain premium customers, they need to research their target market, engage with customers in their own languages, and specialize.


Vonage’s Adam Wilson argues that the pandemic has accelerated more traditional industries into the cloud and “as a service solution,” dramatically changing how IT products and services are delivered.

page 1 of 2