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Elizabeth Millard
IBM Upgrades 'Stinger' Database for Linux, Unix
09/09/04 10:24 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 669 Words

... IBM announced Wednesday that it is rolling out a new version of its database software for Linux and Unix customers. The DB2 Universal Database version 8.2, code-named Stinger, is designed to streamline administrative tasks and will be available September 17. Stinger also...

ECT News Business Desk
IBM Acquires Venetica To Strengthen Content-Integration Offerings
08/26/04 9:39 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 438 Words

... IBM today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Venetica, a privately held company based in Charlotte, North Carolina. The acquisition is expected to close in the fourth quarter. Financial details were not disclosed. Venetica's operations will be integrated into...

Doug Maxwell
IBM Takes Open-Source Commitment to the Next Level
08/05/04 12:25 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 557 Words

... IBM announced that it will not use its patents against Linux , and it encouraged other software companies to make the same vow. As the owner of 60 patents on which the Linux core might infringe, IBM could wreak havoc on Linux...

Doug Maxwell
IBM Jumps on Open-Source Bandwagon with Patent Promise
08/05/04 11:35 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 558 Words

... IBM announced that it will not use its patents against Linux , and it encouraged other software companies to make the same vow. As the owner of 60 patents on which the Linux core might infringe, IBM could wreak havoc on Linux...

ECT News Business Desk
IBM Boosts Open Source with Patent Promise
08/05/04 10:25 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 563 Words

... IBM announced that it will not use its patents against Linux , and it encouraged other software companies to make the same vow. As the owner of 60 patents on which the Linux core might infringe, IBM could wreak havoc on Linux...

Elizabeth Millard
IBM Promises Not To Assault Linux with Patents
08/05/04 9:30 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 560 Words

... IBM announced that it will not use its patents against Linux , and it encouraged other software companies to make the same vow. As the owner of 60 patents on which the Linux core might infringe, IBM could wreak havoc on Linux...

Keith Regan
IBM Lands Navy Supercomputer Deal
07/27/04 9:57 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 600 Words

... to keep its hold on the top rung among supercomputer makers, IBM landed a contract to build what will likely be one of the five most powerful computers in the world for the U.S. Navy. Known as Kraken, the machine will have...

Elizabeth Millard
IBM Continues Global Linux Push
06/15/04 10:28 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 690 Words

... IBM announced Tuesday that its Linux Center of Competency is now officially open in Bangalore, India. Like other Linux centers that IBM has created around the world, the Bangalore facility will be geared toward helping Big Blue customers in industry, government and...

Blane Warrene
IBM Puts Forth PowerPC Development Tools
05/19/04 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 507 Words

... this week, IBM announced that it has made available dedicated developer resources for its PowerPC architecture at its DeveloperWorks Web site . These resources include a comprehensive portal offering PowerPC technical training, PDF book downloads for developers writing processor-specific application code, a...

Gene J. Koprowski
IBM Reorganizes, Debuts New Version of WebSphere
04/27/04 2:16 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 589 Words

... growth was slower than expected -- and inflated by the depressed dollar overseas -- at IBM last quarter. So Big Blue is reorganizing a bit. "IBM today is a company ready to focus more on opportunities than on threats," said IBM chairman...

John P. Mello Jr.
IBM, Microsoft Eschew New Grid Group
04/22/04 8:51 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 684 Words

Despite the group's support from so many big names, neither IBM nor Microsoft has joined this alliance thus far. This may pose a problem for the organization's future, several analysts said.

"The problem with this EGA alliance is that neither Microsoft...

Keith Regan
Applied Micro Buys IBM Chip Rights for $227M
04/13/04 8:41 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 504 Words

... to refine its business in a changing marketplace, IBM has announced it will sell rights to its PowerPC microprocessors to San Diego, California-based Applied Micro Circuits for US$227 million. The all-cash deal includes intellectual-property licenses as well as the rights to the...

Keith Regan
IBM Boosts Middleware Portfolio with Trigo Buy
03/09/04 8:38 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 564 Words

... the latest example of a small software firm with cutting-edge technology being scooped up by a big-name tech player, privately held Trigo Technologies has agreed to be acquired by IBM , where its technology will become part of Big Blue's burgeoning middleware...

Jay Lyman
IBM Offshoring Nearly 5,000 Software Jobs
12/15/03 10:27 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 582 Words

... a move that falls in line with analyst predictions about offshore outsourcing , IBM plans to move nearly 5,000 software programming jobs to India and other foreign nations beginning next year, according to a published report . Yankee Group program manager Andy...

Staff Writer
IBM Touts New Grid and Autonomic Services
12/12/03 3:25 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 573 Words

... IBM has unveiled new grid and autonomic computer services that, according to Bruce Williams, the company's general manager of integrated technology services, will "bring together industry specific business consulting knowledge with advanced technology skills ... [to help] companies ... improve core business...

Jay Lyman
IBM Debuts Software for Doing Biz in Virtual Worlds
11/25/03 1:37 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 659 Words

... IBM hopes to hit it big with its new Business Integration Game (BIG) technology , which is a software system designed to throw third-party e-commerce and communication into the latest online role-playing and multiplayer video games. The BIG framework, which uses open...

Jay Lyman
IBM Pushes Linux in Face of SCO Suit
07/25/03 1:42 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 653 Words

... SCO's claims that IBM is using SCO source code in its Linux products, Big Blue is offering Linux for free to customers who are using its pSeries servers. The giveaway of a free license for SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8, limited to...

Teri Robinson
IBM Discloses 15,000 Layoffs
08/14/02 10:30 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 596 Words

... layoff announcements at IBM have been sporadic, the company reported to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it has pink-slipped more than 15,000 employees , fully 5 percent of its workforce. In a separate filing, company president and CEO Sam...

Paul A. Greenberg
One Year Ago: IBM Digs Deeper into Wireless E-Commerce
03/14/01 2:36 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 485 Words

Originally published on March 14, 2000 and brought to you today as a time capsule. IBM announced Monday that it has signed agreements to further its wireless e-commerce strategies with seven leading wireless and Internet companies in the U.S. and Europe.

The...

Tim McDonald
IBM Debuts Wireless Laptop
09/07/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 458 Words

... IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM) unveiled a wireless laptop computer on Thursday that features a local area network (LAN) chip built directly on the computer's motherboard. The chip allows users to connect to the Internet and peripherals , such as printers , cell...

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