IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced that through SoftLayer it will offer its customers bare metal servers powered by Intel Cloud Technology that provides monitoring and security down to the microchip level.
We’ve been hearing a great deal about the power of Big Data over the last couple of years. The term “big data” has gone mainstream, attracting coffee table books, multiple industry landscapes, consumer applications, and large amounts of investment. But big data has taken on a new lease of life in the last five years, so many companies finding new ways to analyse data.
IBM recently announced it will use resources from its global innovation centers to develop and deliver new Big Data and cloud computing software applications for clients using Linux on IBM Power Systems servers.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced it has acquired the business operations of Lighthouse Security Group, LLC, a premier cloud security services provider. Lighthouse Security Group’s Gateway platform protects identity and data in an increasingly complex IT environment where more company information is being stored in the cloud and accessed from mobile devices.
To help customers quickly transition to the cloud with minimal disruptions to their data center environments, both the global technology companies CSC and IBM have enhanced their existing alliance with new ways to help global customers accelerate their transition to the cloud.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced it has acquired CrossIdeas, a privately held provider of security software that governs user access to applications and data across on-premise and cloud environments. Financial terms were not disclosed.
In order to solve advanced computation problems, IBM is expanding its high performance computing (HPC), as part of technical computing, and making it more accessible through the cloud for clients grappling with big data and other computationally intensive activities. In recent years, the cloud environment has played a major role in running High-Performance Computing (HPC) applications computationally intensive and data intensive in nature.
In what could be a highly significant deal for Apple, the Cupertino based company has inked a deal with IBM to transform enterprise mobility. Both the companies today released a joint statement announcing an exclusive partnership.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced it is investing $3 billion over the next 5 years in two broad research and early stage development programs to push the limits of chip technology needed to meet the emerging demands of cloud computing and Big Data systems.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) introduced new cloud and on premises social software to help clients better connect, collaborate and share information with key stakeholders inside and outside their organizations.