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TN5250

The AS/400 - also called the "IBM iSeries," is a midrange server from IBM, designed for the business world. TN5250 is a terminal emulator...

September 17, 2014 by MochaSoft

IBM and the challenge of systems design

In the past, systems could be designed for a single purpose. Although every system design is a set of compromises, it was possible to partially optimize a system design for a specific purpose. Today, system architects have been forced to try to build "do-everything-well" machines. IBM's announcements show its long history in system design.

October 3, 2012 by

TN5250 Lite

The AS/400 - also called the "IBM iSeries," is a midrange server from IBM, designed for the business world. TN5250 is a terminal emulator...

September 15, 2013 by MochaSoft

IBM's new STM makes atomic scale Iron man movie

"Footage" of individual iron atoms captured by IBMs new pulsed-scanning tunnelling microscope, could herald a new era of atomic-scale microchip design, the company says.The scanning tunnelling microscope (STM), invented by IBM in the 1980s, can resolve images at the atomic scale.

September 24, 2010 by

IBM's new cloud data center is greenest so far

So, IBM has raised its own bar as far as green data centers go, earning a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for its new facility in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. This is IBM's first LEED Gold recognition.

September 22, 2010 by

IBM System x3650 M2

IBM remains a solid choice of server vendor, and this IBM/Lenovo server is a good rack-mount platform, albeit not quite as good as some of the competition.

August 20, 2009 by

IBM announces Rational Team Webtop

With IBM's Rational Software Developer Conference 2009 less than a month away now, the company is making reasonably enthusiastic noises about its new software platform (and related services no less) for product manufacturers and designers.In a disappointingly generic announcement released today at 2pm GMT, IBM aligned its new collaboration-focused offering towards organisations that, “Often struggle with increasingly complex design environments.

May 7, 2009 by

IBM launches cloud computing services

IBM on Monday unveiled a series of cloud computing services including business consulting to determine return on investment, design and implementation and security architecture.Big Blue noted that its services will focus on public, private and hybrid cloud computing set-ups.

November 23, 2008 by

IBM stresses the green-ification of product design and management

About a week ago, I mentioned an alliance between Autodesk and Sustainable Minds aimed at helping designers reate greener products from the drawing board stage. Now, IBM Global Business Services has introduced a set of product lifecycle services intended to help companies apply that sort of thinking not just to product design, but to the packaging around something, how that thing gets to and from where it needs to go, and where it ends up when its useful life is over.

September 24, 2008 by

Dr. IBM prescribes Blue Gene to hunt down HIV

It’s not often that you hear the acronyms IBM and HIV in the same sentence, but news from Big Blue is that the company is working with the University of Edinburgh on a research project to use supercomputing simulations combined with lab experiments to speed the design of drugs aimed at inhibiting infection by the HIV virus.

April 3, 2008 by

A hardware-software symbiosis

We all want smaller and faster computers. Of course, this increases the complexity of the work of computer designers. But now, computer scientists from the University of Virginia are coming with a radical new idea which "may revolutionize computer design." They've developed Tortola, a virtual interface that enables hardware and software to communicate and to solve problems together. This approach can be applied to get a better performance from a specific system. It also can be used in the areas of security or power consumption. And it soon could be commercialized with the help of IBM and Intel.

June 4, 2007 by

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