Finzsoft Solutions has signed a five-year agreement with IBM to move its finance and banking applications to the cloud as part of its hybrid cloud infrastructure.
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Pure has organically grown a global IP portfolio of close to 150 patents and pending applications. The IBM deal brings Pure's patent total to 300.
IBM said it will deliver SAP HANA, the HANA One service and other applications such as Business Suite and BusinessObjects on SoftLayer.
One of the challenges of using Cloud-based big data or media applications is moving big files and objects into the cloud. IBM acquired Aspera just to address this issue. Signiant, long a player in broadcast and other media, says don't forget us.
Consumer NAND flash technology has serious problems in enterprise applications, leading the industry to look for better non-volatile semiconductor storage. Researchers at IBM have been characterizing just such a new drive from Micron.
Researchers and developers seeking to create and test Internet of Things applications using IPv6 over Low-power Wireless Personal Area Network (6LoWPAN) technology now have a toolkit at their disposal.
In the next few years, 50 percent of applications will be hybrid, combine the use of native programming with HTML, and be delivered in a native shell to specific types of devices, according to IBM marketing manager for mobile Jon Baxter.
Developing low latency orchestration tools that can accelerate technical and big data applications requires vast knowledge of cluster and grid computing dynamics. IBM just released the results of several benchmarks that demonstrates mastery of that arcane knowledge.
Steve Mills, IBM's senior vice president in charge of software and systems, said most companies are thinking vertical applications with their big data pilots.
Stratus Technologies just launched a new version of its Avance high availability platform that supports Intel Xeon E5 “Sandy Bridge” processor-powered servers, such as those offered by HP, IBM, Dell and Intel. This technology is designed to make it possible for customers to know that their applications will operate without interruption. The problem? Stratus is known and loved by only a small circle of friends.
IBM has ploughed $2bn into developing the PureSystems family of integrated hardware and software, which see it mimic a datacentre strategy already adopted by rivals, though it is aiming for a broader stable of applications
IBM looks to change the way customers deploy clouds and applications with their integrated expert system hardware
The Nytro family of PCIe-linked flash products aims to boost performance of latency-dependent applications across large and small enterprises, and is likely to show up in storage from IBM, EMC and other major providers
IBM is betting its social analytics tools will aggregate unstructured data and find signals to highlight everything from employee sentiment to market trends via unstructured data, SAP applications and Facebook posts.
The acquisition of London-based Green Hat will allow IBM to offer cloud tools for stress-testing applications without the need to set up complex hardware environments
Businesses want big data analytics for much more than just collecting data about social media.
Enterprises have lost control of the applications their employees are using. IBM is now developing technology that can automatically identify applications and control their access by analysing their data traffic.
It has begun: The strategic consolidation of the energy and carbon management software category got its first high-profile example this week in the form of IBM's proposed acquisition of Las Vegas-based TRIRIGA.With literally dozens if not hundreds of smaller software developers innovating in this burgeoning applications category, it is not surprising that IBM is staking its claim early -- especially to supplement its aspirations in the smart building sector.
IBM researchers have devised how to track atoms and their behavior at nanoscale. The applications: storage, solar cell efficiency and quantum computing.
IBM launched a suite of software for enterprises looking to reach customers through multiple Web channels ranging from a browser to mobile applications