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IBM scientists sets new world record, store 330TB of uncompressed data in one tape

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.

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Hybrid cloud is the way to go, claims IBM executive

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

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Siemens, IBM to bring Watson Analytics to MindSphere

MindSphere is the open cloud platform from Siemens and a centerpiece of a powerful IoT operating system with data analytics and connectivity capabilities.

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IBM launches Security Command Centre to safeguard Indian clients’ businesses

IBM unveiled a state-of-the-art Security Command Centre in India to serve the security needs of its clients in the country

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IBM to launch its Cloud service for Telangana engineering colleges

IBM launched ‘Bluemix’ in 2014, growing rapidly to become the largest Cloud Foundry deployment globally.

IBM partners with Canonical to bring Ubuntu Linux on mainframes

IBM has announced that it is partnering with Canonical to build a new mainframe running Ubuntu Linux called the LinuxOne.

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IBM claims breakthrough in developing smaller 7nm chips

IBM to develop 7 nanometer chip with partners at SUNY Polytechnic Institute

VIDEO: BlackBerry’s Secusmart launches SecuTABLET, with help from IBM and Samsung

IBM has provided the secure app wrapping technology for the SecuTABLET based on Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5

India needs its own version, not replica, of Silicon Valley say IT leaders

It also set the tone for an evening which saw 19 awards being given away to the most innovative and scalable IT solutions.

Looking for the next big thing in IT

Gathered in the city’s software hub to listen to the experts and to celebrate excellence and innovation in technology will be the country’s tech fraternity.

IBM introduces Verse enterprise e-mail platform

IBM unveils Verse enterprise email platform

IBM Verse brings in analytics and social collaboration to enterprise email.

IT majors queue up with smart city plans

Cisco has already signed an agreement to transform Bangalore Electronic City into a smart city.

Apple and IBM forge global partnership to transform enterprise mobility

The two companies are working together to deliver the essential elements of enterprise mobile solutions.

Google, IBM results raise questions about other tech-sector companies

‘We’re seeing a lot of traditional technology vendors struggle.’

Layoff reports do the rounds at global IT firms’ India units

Alliance@IBM reports ‘a massive layoff at IBM India in Bangalore’.