Victor Dabrinze

Victor is a seasoned writer covering live events with theCUBE, a SiliconAngle Media initiative. As a digital content aficionado and a tech nerd, he has cut his teeth across both sides of the pond. He sees the world as an incredibly diverse, infinite expanse and takes every available chance to learn something new. In his spare time, Victor enjoys outdoor activities such as go-karting, paintballing, and soccer. Got news? Tweet us @siliconangle.

Latest from Victor Dabrinze

Demystifying the multicloud: Kong’s one-click solution to API management

While multicloud is today’s de-facto operating model, certain complexities still plague companies and development teams — particularly in artificial intelligence and application programming interface management. Enter Kong Inc. and its dedicated API Gateway. The solution exists to simplify API infrastructure management across multiple clouds and regions with a one-click deployment mechanism. “Today we are announcing a ...

Gen AI unleashed: Transforming industries through tailored tech solutions

Having sped past the speculation and exploring phases, artificial intelligence is now nearing maturity. From the manufacturing to telecom and life sciences fields, companies are taking steps to implement gen AI in aller valuable operational area possible. As the gen AI wave sweeps through, how is the tech poised to overhaul industries and drive efficiency, ...

Innovating at the edge: Analyzing Google’s AI-driven strategy at Cloud Next

In the technology business, it’s always prudent to strike while the iron is hot. Google LLC is running with that mantra, bursting through the gate with a flurry of artificial intelligence-related announcements to bring expanded capabilities to the enterprise. But what’s the deal with all these announcements, and how does each one move the needle ...

Unpacking Google’s data center leap with Arm-based Axion processors

The “data-first company” buzzword is mainstream today, but back when it wasn’t, Google LLC had already embraced the ideology. Now, drawing from years of combined hardware and software experience handling swathes of data, Axion processors have been engineered by Google to bring cutting-edge artificial intelligence capabilities to the data center. “Google has a rich history ...

Gen AI reality check: Strategies for unlocking business value and scaling innovation

Hype, investment, innovation and market results — every breakthrough technology has followed a version of this path to dominate the mainstream. With artificial intelligence and, more specifically, generative AI having reached the innovation stage, what signals are emerging as it primes to deliver on the lofty cross-sector promise? “I think where we are right now ...

Transforming customer service with AI: Enterprise evolution’s next step

Artificial intelligence is disrupting several industries, product/service verticals and operations. Customer service is one such area experiencing AI’s transformative effects. How are customer-facing companies in industries such as finance and retail harnessing AI to exploit available touchpoints, supercharge end-user satisfaction and drive sales? “When you think about all the customer stories that we’ve shared, Discover is ...

From exploration to action: Trends and best practices in AI adoption

When a breakthrough technology matures, companies compete to carve their niche through innovation. Today’s example is generative artificial intelligence, and names such as OpenAI and Google LLC are staking their claim as global frontrunners. Expanding partnerships is crucial to driving AI’s advancement alongside accelerated research and development. Google is doing so through an active ecosystem ...

Progressing to search-powered AI: An overview of Elastic’s approach

Spawning hardware assistant devices, such as the Rabbit R1 and Humane Ai Pin, artificial intelligence has revolutionized search. With information now more democratized than ever, companies like Elastic B.V. are innovating with AI to overhaul enterprise logging, analytics, search and observability use cases. “All search experiences are a little bit different,” said Kathleen Walker (pictured), senior director of ...

What to expect during the RSA Conference: Join theCUBE May 6-9

Former FBI Director Robert Mueller famously said, “There are only two types of companies: Those that have been hacked, and those that will be.” This epitomizes the relentless battle in cybersecurity, a domain where defenders and attackers are perpetually at odds. Now, artificial intelligence has emerged as a game-changer, significantly reshaping the landscape of society’s ...

Fortinet’s strategic surge: Mastering secure networking, operations and SASE

Following last year’s announcement of an organizational restructuring and its recent Accelerate event in Las Vegas, Fortinet Inc. has been buzzing with activity lately. The announcement uncovered the company’s plans to hone in on three high-growth areas with differentiation potential: security operations, secure networking and secure access service edge. “That makes perfect sense — speaking ...