TBR’s Quantum Computing Market Landscape details emerging uses cases, economic disruption and alliances

TBR’s first Quantum Computing Market Landscape focuses on multiple facets of the quantum computing market, exploring the vendor landscape of a variety of competing hardware vendors with differing quantum theories, as well as software services and security vendors playing in the quantum computing space. Emerging customer sentiments, as well as recent alliances, emerging use cases and economic disruption are all themes explored within this first iteration of the report. A previous TBR special report by Analyst Stephanie Long looked at the “economic advantage” of quantum computing, and our May Digital Transformation Insights Report: Emerging Technology put the consulting and services around quantum in the context of digital transformation. The new market landscape builds on all TBR’s research and analysis to date.

 And don’t forget to sign up for Stephanie’s July 24 webinar, Quantum computing leaps into customers’ transformation-centric conversations.

Additional assessments publishing this week from our analyst teams

TBR’s Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) full report, scheduled to publish June 14, further explores the vendor’s quarterly performance and deep dives into HPE’s infrastructure strategy amid recent and ongoing changes. The report provides greater details on themes covered in the initial response, which published May 24, including how commoditization continues to take its toll on infrastructure vendors’ bottom lines, increasing competition and encouraging more nuanced strategies to get ahead. It also talks about competitive changes in the server landscape hindering HPE as well as its peers and touches on the various strategies playing out in the consumption-based pricing realm, which is a key strategic focus for HPE. Stephanie Long, Analyst

TBR’s Hosted Private Cloud Market Forecast, publishing Wednesday, details how growth will persist up and down the hosted private cloud stack despite the relative cost-effectiveness of public cloud options. IBM remained the vendor to beat overall in 2018, while Microsoft is expected to take on significant additional market share through 2023 as it expands its portfolio of hybrid delivery options and migrates its legacy Office and Dynamics customers to cloud-native versions. — Cassandra Mooshian, Senior Analyst

TBR is publishing the 1Q19 DXC Technology (DXC) report June 14. DXC reported revenue of $5.3 billion, a year-to-year decline of 5.4%, pressured by the completion of several large contracts without replacement and ongoing headwinds in legacy applications work. DXC continues to execute its aggressive cost-cutting initiatives including headcount reduction and facility rationalization, which are being reinvested into funding its active M&A strategy, optimizing service delivery, and developing standardized and automated service delivery capabilities.” Kevin Collupy, Analyst

HPE Pointnext report will publish June 14 and will discuss how HPE is beginning to reap the benefits of its Next initiative, reducing its global footprint to focus on profitable regions. Pointnext continues to act as a key profit generator for the company, enabling investments both internally and through acquisitions to generate new innovative solutions around its core infrastructure offerings.” — Kevin Collupy, Analyst

On June 13 TBR will publish its semiannual Alibaba Cloud report. This report discusses the current investments Alibaba is making to win share from public cloud leaders, namely Amazon Web Services (AWS), and the progress the business is making in doing so. TBR also discusses recent changes to Alibaba Cloud’s leadership structure and the growing importance to the broader Alibaba Group that these changes signify. Meaghan McGrath, Senior Analyst

TBR’s upcoming 1Q19 Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH) report details how BAH wrapped up its FY19 with robust top-line expansion and record revenues and solid earnings, which in turn enabled BAH to reward shareholders with the largest quarterly dividend increase in recent memory. BAH’s performance reflect a soundly differentiated market position and close alignment of its technology and consulting solutions with the missions of its federal customers. BAH is well positioned to sustain its FY19 performance in FY20 in a federal IT market burgeoning with opportunities for IT modernization and the integration of advanced technologies. John Caucis, Senior Analyst

Lastly, if you haven’t already, sign up now for the this week’s webinar, The Makings of the Telecom Edge Compute Market.

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