IBM today unveiled new System x servers that offer increased memory and can help improve efficiency to allow customers to better exploit virtualization and support more sophisticated workloads.
These new products mean IBM has completely revamped its line up of two-socket x86 servers
IBM scientists have unveiled a significant step towards replacing electrical signals that communicate via copper wires between computer chips with tiny silicon circuits that communicate using pulses of light. his is an important advancement in changing the way computer chips talk to each other.
This is an important advancement in changing the way computer chips talk to each other.
IBM Research has unveiled a breakthrough method based on a mathematical algorithm that reduces the computational complexity, costs, and energy usage for analyzing the quality of massive amounts of data by two orders of magnitude.
This new method will greatly help enterprises extract and use the data more quickly and efficiently to develop more accurate and predictive models.
IBM has elected Andrew N. Liveris to its Board of Directors. Liveris, 55, is chairman, president and chief executive officer of The Dow Chemical Company, a diversified global chemical company.
IBM has announced it is creating smarter buildings, offices, and urban infrastructure worldwide. With intelligence embedded into the physical assets of an organization, IBM is helping clients create a command center to manage not only their data center and IT design, but also the physical assets as diverse as water mains, office equipment, door locks, printers, heating systems and fire hydrants.
IBM believes smarter buildings are key to the economic and environmental sustainability of urban environments.
IBM today announced an enhanced strategy to help clients maximize benefits of virtualization with integrated service management by focusing on four key priorities: consolidation, management, automation and optimized delivery. This strategy is based on a comprehensive view of data center virtualization including servers, storage, networking, software and services.
Analysts believe worldwide revenue for virtualization related ecosystem is expected to exceed $46 billion by 2013, so this is a big move for IBM.
IBM has been awarded a contract to modernize the U.S. Government's Acquisition and Procurement System. IBM will work to modernize a system that federal agencies and their suppliers use to source equipment, supplies, information technology (IT) and telecommunications services. The award made by the U.S. General Services Administration has a contract value of $74.4 million over an eight-year period.
This is another feather in the cap of IBM's services push.
IBM today said its research labs have developed a new tool that will allow a user capture, reuse and share their web browsing history with friends and collegues.
The technology was developed in the company's West Coast lab and is now available on the IBM Research Labs Experimental Technology site that allows people to try, share and provide feedback on emerging technologies.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced it has acquired Intelliden Inc., a leading provider of intelligent network automation software that enables organizations such as telecommunications companies to configure, manage and scale their networks. Intelliden, a privately held company, is based in Menlo Park, Calif. Financial terms were not disclosed.
By acquiring this automation technology, IBM says its aims to help clients improve network service
IBM has announced it is delivering business-grade collaboration and social software for use with the iPhone, iPod Touch or Macintosh computers.
This will give organizations use of IBM software for enterprise social networking; instant messaging; and securely encrypted email and collaborative applications with the iPhone and Mac.
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