COBOL apps for IBM System z mainframes should see improved performance following the latest release of IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS.
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IBM is offering new storage servers that combines RAID data security and speed with a new take on file systems and architecture to deliver even faster and more reliable data performance.
According to IBM, the new mainframe can deliver 25 percent more performance and 50 percent more capacity with the same energy footprint as its predecessor, which started at $1 million.
Apple has restricted AirPlay mirroring in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion to 2011 and newer Macs and its got users of older hardware howling mad. But it's not planned obsolescence on Apple's part, the feature requires Intel Quick Sync Video for optimal performance.
IDC says the high-performance computing market is on the up. HP and IBM continue their market leader race with 59 percent of the market, but Cray showed the most growth year-on year.
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 says the Blue Gene/Q architecture can reach 100 petaflops, uses a new 18-core IBM PowerPC A2 processor and beats the maximum attainable processing performance of systems announced this year by Cray and Fujitsu
IBM is augmenting its "Smarter Computing" products and services with the acquisition of Platform Computing, a long-time player in high performance computing, clusters, grids and their cloud computing counterparts.
IBM has launched a pair of new small business servers, both single socket and designed to be powered by the latest Intel Xeon E3-1200 (Sandy Bridge) processors. The new CPUs offer a claimed 30 percent performance uplift over previous generation models.
update New survey reveals commuter pain despite improvement in global traffic congestion levels, with many citing negative impact on work performance, IBM says, adding advanced analytics way to go.
IBM has announced a family of supercomputing products designed to give companies access to large amounts of processing power within their private cloud.The high-performance computing (HPC) products, announced by IBM on Thursday, include the IBM HPC Management Suite, the HPC cloud implementation service, and the IBM Intelligent Cluster integrated hardware appliances.
The Platform Preview promises better performance, better support for web standards and new APIs for coders who are urged by Microsoft to ask more from browsers
IBM CEO Sam Palmisano stumped for transportation systems that enable collaboration between major players and governments, standards and better network designs.
Not just countries are nervous over iPad performance standards, but now even some of America's top universities have said that their campuses are not ready for this device.
Data centers are being reinvented via virtualization, servers with better performance per watt and the increasingly popularity of cloud computing. Key vendors such as Cisco, EMC, HP, IBM, VMware and others are all pushing to make the data center more efficient. Who will be the leader in next-gen data centers?
The high performance computing market took its lumps in 2009 with sales down 11.6 percent, but IBM came out with a slim market share lead when the duel with HP was done, according to research firm IDC. Why? Supercomputers---going for $500,000 and up---sell even when the economy stinks.
Future generations can look forward to life-prolonging healthcare tech, among others, by utilizing high-performance computing, proclaims IBM exec.
Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is a standards proposal designed to help developers working with content across multiple repositories by bringing a much-needed level of interoperability to the party. IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and others are behind this initiative, but Alfresco Software is apparently the first to table a product with Verson 1.
Sun is touting improved database performance and low upgrade costs in an effort to fight back against competition from IBM and HP
IBM's vision of a smart planet is proving to be an interesting intellectual platform from which to invite all actors to think how best to improve sustainability performance with smart use of IT. Yesterday's announcement (hat tip James) of a partnerhsip between IBM, FXA Group, the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters & Producers and the Vietnamese government is particularly interesting.