Software giants IBM and Microsoft are set to go at loggerheads over Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, an IBM employee for 20 years, who recently joined the Redmond-based company.
IBM was one of the first big companies to see blockchain’s promise, contributing code to an open-source effort and encouraging startups to try the technology on its cloud for free.
In a race to commercialise quantum computing, IBM has recently signed partnership deals, in order to expand the applications of the technology.
Microsoft Corp, Oracle Corp and IBM — looking to stoke demand for cloud computing services — are said to be shifting incentives for their sales representatives, pushing them to ensure their customer base.
Nearly two dozen major companies in technology and other industries are planning to launch a coalition to demand legislation that would allow young, illegal immigrants a path to permanent residency.
Among enterprises either actively considering, or in the process of deploying blockchain technology, more than four in 10 (43 per cent) ranked IBM first – more than twice the proportion selecting second-placed Microsoft (20 per cent).
The breakthrough, outlined in a research paper to be published, uses a technique that could eventually allow quantum computers to solve difficult problems in chemistry and electro-magnetism that cannot be solved by even the most powerful supercomputers today.
Research scientists at IBM have set a new world record for storing data on tape, and managed to store over 330TB of uncompressed data on a single tape cartridge. The cartridge itself is so small that it would easily fit in someone’s hands. IBM worked with Sony on this.
When adopting cloud technology, the public is looking for private and public services under a single infrastructure. an IBM executive claims hybrid is the solution
MindSphere is the open cloud platform from Siemens and a centerpiece of a powerful IoT operating system with data analytics and connectivity capabilities.
IBM unveiled a state-of-the-art Security Command Centre in India to serve the security needs of its clients in the country
IBM launched ‘Bluemix’ in 2014, growing rapidly to become the largest Cloud Foundry deployment globally.
IBM has announced that it is partnering with Canonical to build a new mainframe running Ubuntu Linux called the LinuxOne.
IBM to develop 7 nanometer chip with partners at SUNY Polytechnic Institute
IBM has provided the secure app wrapping technology for the SecuTABLET based on Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5