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IBM unloaded a slew of tools aimed at the hybrid cloud market as it aims to be the centerpiece of it. The company also expanded partnerships and built out SoftLayer capacity.
John Akers, who had died aged 79, was CEO and president of IBM when the company lost control of the PC business, and made the biggest annual loss in its history.
Like previous quarters, hardware remains a sore spot for IBM. However, the company delivered better than expected earnings and sales in the second quarter.
IBM CEO Virginia Rometty has spoken frankly about IBM's business woes, but insists that change will lift the company from stagnation.
Chinese e-commerce giant secures 102 patents in the United States, adding to the 20 it acquired from IBM last year, as the company possibly looks to avoid legal potholes before its U.S. IPO.
IBM has invested an undisclosed sum in Fluid, an e-commerce and omnichannel shopping company, to create a Watson-powered personal shopping app prototype for The North Face.
IBM beefs up SoftLayer's disaster recovery services and infrastructure. The company also said Novitex inked a $10 million SoftLayer deal.
IBM told Twitter it believed the social networking company infringed on its patents. Twitter later acquired more than 900 patents from Big Blue and bolstered its intellectual property portfolio.
For Dell to transform from being a commodity hardware player, the company will need some help from Dell Research, a six-month old effort led by former IBM fellow Jai Menon.
New server company Servergy uses IBM Power Architecture to equip the high-density datacenter
ARM Holdings has indicated that enterprise networking is a growth market for the company. A licensing deal with IBM and another with Broadcom proves the point.
Having a mobile app doesn't mean a company is truly taking advantage of the mobility boom, and those that continue to do so will be left behind, according to IBM.
IBM Senior Vice President John E. Kelly says the company has entered a new era in computing, and announces the company's plans for future partnerships.
The U.S. company is chipping away at Oracle, IBM and SAP.
Recently named U.S. partner of the year by the giant software developer, the company is also aligned with EMC, Google, IBM, Oracle, Salesforce and TIBCO.
Cloud computing is rearranging the datacentre infrastructure market: large server makers are seeing their dominance wane as competition grows from low-cost Asian manufacturers that sell directly to the clouds of Google, Amazon and others.
Alcatel-Lucent poses that carriers have special needs for their cloud implementations that requirements for reliability, availability, security and control that go beyond those of a typical organization. The company believes that it is uniquely qualified to address those needs. Unfortunately for them, so does Dell, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and just about everyone else.
What's better than one big brand-name cloud? 1,000 smaller ones all running on your technology — or so IBM thinks. If there's any company that can pull this strategy off, it's IBM.
When you think of Big Data Analytics, you might think of startups. Think again. IBM has the space covered, perhaps better than any other company.