Posts Tagged ‘IBM’
IBM has announced a blockchain initiative with Dubai Customs and Dubai Trade to advance Dubai government’s blockchain strategy.
The centre, according to both companies, will define and deliver Dubai’s Cognitive Roadmap and help accelerate the development of cognitive citizen services across Dubai.
According to a new study by IBM and the National Retail Federation, nearly all members of Gen Z (98 percent) prefer to shop in-store over online.
The company’s 2016 patent output covers a diverse range of inventions in artificial intelligence and cognitive computing, cognitive health, cloud, cybersecurity and other strategic growth areas for the company.
General Motors and IBM have announced a partnership to bring the power of OnStar and IBM Watson together to create OnStar Go – the auto industry’s first cognitive mobility platform.
IBM and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries have announced a significant expansion of their existing global e-Health alliance, with a focus on discovering new treatment options and improving chronic disease management. Both projects will run on the IBM Watson Health Cloud.
IBM has introduced the Watson Virtual Agent, a cognitive conversational technology that allows businesses to simply build and deploy conversational agents.
IBM has unveiled the Watson Data Platform at the World of Watson conference in Las Vegas, to help companies gain more valuable insights from data.
According to the IBM, the cloud solution will allow Bank Sohar to enhance its information technology infrastructure, boost its client service capabilities and elevate the overall customer experience.
IBM has announced that U.S. secretary of commerce Penny Pritzker has appointed Takreem El Tohamy, IBM’s general manager for the Middle East and Africa, to the U.S. president’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in […]
IBM has announced that it will acquire Resilient Systems, and along with the company, take security guru Bruce Schneier on-board.
In an exclusive interview, the team leading the IBM Studios in Dubai gives CNME a low-down on the objectives of the company’s new venture in the region and the value-add it can give to its customers.
Bit9 + Carbon Black has launched the Carbon Black App for IBM QRadar, which provides a solution for integrating the Carbon Black endpoint threat detection and response solution with IBM security intelligence technology.
Artificial intelligence (AI), computers behaving like humans is no longer science fiction. As the technology industry progresses, machines are getting smarter and companies across the globe are beginning to realise ways to leverage AI to improve consumer engagement and customer experience.
The original floppy was a thin and flexible magnetic storage medium lined with fabric. The original 5 ¼ inch disks were the ubiquitous form of data storage from the 1970s onwards.
King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah has a vital new research tool. Not just any new system, its High Performance Computer has been rated as the 360th most powerful supercomputer in the world. Dr Iyad Katib, Director of the High Performance Computing Centre, discusses the current and future uses of the behemoth.
IBM and HCL Technologies has announced they have formed a strategic initiative to accelerate adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT).
IT is heading towards being something more akin to a utility service, transformed by OpenStack’s open standardised cloud architecture, which will improve interoperability and render vendor lock-in a thing of the past.
This month’s Vintage Tech features an object that we’re sure still gives many CIO’s nightmares, and others fond nostalgia.
During LinuxCon, IBM announced the launch of LinuxONE, which the company describes as the most secure server line in the industry.
According to an IBM tally released recently, the US Patent and Trademark Office has issued more than 1,200 patents to IBM related to cloud technologies during the past 18 months, with 400 of those issued so far in 2015.
IBM has reported another quarter of declining revenue and profit. Revenue for its second quarter was $20.8 billion, down from $24 billion a year earlier, IBM announced recently.
IBM has recently partnered with Abu Dhabi company, Mubadala, to offer its Watson-based data analysis services to the Middle East and North Africa.
IBM and online storage firm Box have recently formed a wide-ranging cloud technologies partnership.
IBM has recently debuted 20 new behaviour-based predictive analytics solutions tailored to address 12 industries and use cases within those industries.
A recent report which was jointly prepared by IDC and Flexera, reveals that organisations form deep-seated opinions about software vendors based on a wide spectrum of criteria – factors that vendors should take note and be aware of as they develop, launch and support their products.
IBM has recently launched IBM Cloud OpenStack Services, which allows customers to run OpenStack jobs both in-house and in the IBM SoftLayer cloud, with minimal headache moving applications back and forth.
IBM Watson has begun rolling out new hybrid cloud capabilities that will integrate IBM Cloud with a growing number of cognitive computing and content analytics services in the Watson Zone on Bluemix, IBM’s open standards-based cloud innovation platform.
IBM has launched two new services that makes the QRadar technology available through a cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) model.
Revenue for the quarter ended March 31 was $19.6 billion, with profit down 5 percent to $2.4 billion, IBM recently announced.
Hungry for a bigger piece of the Internet of things market, IBM will invest US$3 billion over four years to establish a new business unit dedicated to providing IoT systems and services to […]
IBM will dedicate $4 billion in spending this year to the cloud, analytics and mobile technologies, as it struggles with seismic shifts that are changing the computing landscape it once dominated.
Capturing public conversations around the world in real time, Twitter could be a valuable source of intelligence for the business world. IBM is now creating new ways to derive potentially valuable information from this massive, sprawling data set.
IBM is apparently planning the most devastating jobs cuts in business history, with a reported 110,000 employees from a global workforce of 435,000 facing redundancy, US Forbes has reported.
IBM will favour buyouts that strengthen its cloud services, the company’s CFO has said, as it looks for ways to expand its business after 11 straight quarters of declining revenue.
IBM took the wraps off a new mainframe computer on Tuesday, promising it will help customers to detect more fraud in real time and plow through billions of transactions generated each day by smartphones and tablets.
IBM is building out its global computing network in a bid to focus on the enterprise cloud market, announcing that it is adding cloud centres in 11 new locations.
IBM and Apple have unveiled the first results of their enterprise IT partnership: 10 mobile applications aimed at businesses in six industries as well as government users.
IBM and Twitter have announced a partnership that will merge Twitter’s massive flows of social media data with Big Blue’s analytics software, including Watson.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty is moving quickly to quell concerns about the company’s sinking earnings and decision to pay more than a billion dollars to cast off its money-losing microelectronics business to GlobalFoundries.
IBM will sell the semiconductor technologies unit that makes its Power processors to Abu Dhabi-owned GlobalFoundries, paying the chip manufacturer about US$1.3 billion to take two factories off its hands in a move to erase losses.
With Lenovo expected to close its IBM x86 server business acquisition by year end, a glimpse at the combined server product line has emerged.
IBM has announced advances in Watson’s cognitive computing capabilities that could enable researchers to accelerate the pace of scientific breakthroughs by discovering previously unknown connections in Big Data.
Server shipments and revenue grew for the first time since 2011 in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, a trend likely to continue in the second half of the year, according Gartner.