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Reverse-Engineering IBM's G5 Chip
09/08/04 2:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 773 Words

... technical services company Chipworks Inc. today released findings from its analysis of the IBM PPC970FX6SB chip found inside an Apple Xserve G5 server . This is the second 90-nm device Chipworks has analyzed that does not use low-k dielectric but instead follows...

Elizabeth Millard
IBM Seeks Another SCO Dismissal
08/17/04 9:33 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 666 Words

... court documents filed Friday, IBM has asked for dismissal of a second major component of the lawsuit filed against the company by SCO. IBM is arguing that SCO's breach of contract allegations should be removed from the lawsuit. IBM has been accused...

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IBM Buys Alphablox for Position in Business Intelligence
07/14/04 1:32 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 374 Words

... IBM has signed an agreement to acquire Alphablox Corporation, a privately held company based in Mountain View, California. The acquisition is expected to close later this month, but financial details were not disclosed. According to the companies, Alphablox's operations will be integrated...

Elizabeth Millard
IBM Puts Linux Swing into Wimbledon
06/21/04 10:37 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 597 Words

... Wimbledon gets underway, those who did not get a seat for the matches will not have to miss a single swing. IBM has implemented a Linux-based system to power the Web technologies that will be accessed by tennis fans who want to...

Martin Middlewood
IBM-PeopleSoft Deal Opens Door to Linux CRM
05/19/04 1:46 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 566 Words

... dynamic duo of IBM and PeopleSoft has launched an initiative that the two companies say will expand their existing alliance, allowing them to focus more sharply on small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) worldwide. The alliance calls for joint hardware and software development...

Jay Lyman
Cisco, IBM Synergize Switches and Servers
04/30/04 11:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 611 Words

Cisco and IBM have announced a new partnership and new products to tie the network and datacenter closer together to reduce IT complexity while increasing performance . The two companies said their "global strategic alliance" will integrate Cisco's networking technology with IBM's systems...

Elizabeth Millard
IBM Profits Rise on Server, Mainframe Sales
04/16/04 2:58 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 645 Words

... IBM met Wall Street forecasts today when the company announced that it has shown first-quarter profits of 16 percent. The company earned US$1.6 billion in the first three months of 2004, in comparison to the $1.38 billion it earned in the same...

Jay Lyman
IBM Throws Knockout Punch at SCO
03/31/04 10:05 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 738 Words

... giant IBM is seeking a declaratory judgment in its ongoing defense and counterclaim lawsuit with SCO, which has based its US$5 billion suit against Big Blue on copyright and contract issues surrounding SCO's intellectual-property claims to Linux . While SCO, which has...

Keith Regan
IBM Targets Vertical Markets with Software Reorganization Plan
12/02/03 9:08 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 460 Words

... a move designed to enable the company to better serve emerging markets and changing industries, IBM said it will reorganize its software business to enable it to target vertical industry segments more effectively. Big Blue plans to retain around half of its...

Keith Regan
IBM Withholds Indemnity as It Expands SCO Countersuit
09/29/03 8:02 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 686 Words

... IBM has expanded its countersuit against The SCO Group, saying SCO has harmed Big Blue's Linux business with its claims that IBM incorporated SCO's proprietary Unix code into AIX and Linux products. In addition, the high-tech giant has turned the tables by...

Lesley Hensell
The Evolution of IBM's WebSphere
09/10/03 4:02 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 998 Words

... it comes to e-commerce software , IBM's WebSphere still reigns supreme. With market share of about 20 percent, the software giant has successfully fended off competition from feisty software integrators. However, as e-commerce spending increases, market forces are shifting dramatically. Even...

Jay Lyman
SCO Yanks Second IBM License
08/14/03 9:13 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 792 Words

... Utah-based software company SCO has broadened its licensing attack against IBM by terminating a Sequent license on the same grounds it used as the basis for its earlier claims against IBM. SCO maintains that its Unix source code was used in Linux...

Elizabeth Millard
Is Global Linux IBM's Holy Grail?
05/27/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 844 Words

Linux debate rages in boardroom meetings and around IT water coolers, IBM has chosen sides already. Although Big Blue maintains a friendly relationship with Microsoft, its efforts in touting Linux worldwide have shown that the company is strolling down the aisle hand-in-hand with...

Keith Regan
IBM To Sink $1B into Research/Consulting Wing
11/20/02 11:15 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 543 Words

... IBM has launched the first phase of what executives say will be a complete organizational shift toward on-demand computing and services , saying it will invest US$1 billion to provide customers with access to a team of consultants and researchers. Big Blue...

James Maguire
New IBM Server Targets Mid-Range Market
11/11/02 10:39 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 484 Words

... a bid to capture more of the mid-range server market, IBM has introduced an eight-way Unix machine. Dubbed the eServer pSeries 650, the new unit includes some features that were previously available only in higher-end units. The p650 server also represents a...

Teri Robinson
IBM Stock Rises on Analyst Kudos
06/14/02 11:19 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 577 Words

... other technology stocks fell Thursday, IBM shares rose as Big Blue's strategy to abandon the hard disk drive market drew kudos from analysts and the company announced plans to restate its financials. Other hardware stocks took a dive, but IBM shares edged...

Michael Mahoney
IBM Offers New Web Hosting Services for Smaller Businesses
07/27/01 6:04 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 435 Words

... IBM (NYSE: IBM) said Thursday it is now offering over 30 new Web hosting packages aimed primarily at the small-to-medium business market. The fully-managed programs provide pre-packaged, ready-to-operate services for both e-commerce security and infrastructure , the company said.

"We're making...

Paul A. Greenberg
IBM Counters Rivals with Own B2B Hub
05/02/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 487 Words

... swiftly to news that Hewlett-Packard Co., Compaq Computer Corp. and Gateway, Inc. are launching an online marketplace for supply chain management , IBM disclosed Monday that it is developing a similar Internet marketplace for purchasing and inventory control. Working with at least...

Mary Hillebrand
IBM, AT&T Forge New E-Commerce Alliance
10/06/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 550 Words

... IBM and AT&T announced today that they will join forces to develop, market and distribute end-to-end e-commerce packages for small and mid-sized companies. The world's largest computer maker and the world's largest telecommunications provider launched the "technology alliance" to reduce the complexity...

Dean Ollins
Dell, IBM Expand History's Largest IT Services Pact
09/27/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 603 Words

... on the heels of a $16 billion (US$) strategic agreement signed last March, direct computer systems company Dell Computer and IBM have announced a seven-year pact that will make IBM Global Services available to Dell's corporate, government and education customers. Although terms...

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