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Keith Regan
IBM Trims 1,500 More Jobs as Makeover Continues
05/30/07 9:58 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 648 Words

... IBM has cut more than 1,500 additional jobs from its information technology services unit, the company said Wednesday. The move is the latest in a series of changes to revamp the company to better compete in a changing technology landscape. Big Blue...

Keith Regan
IBM's New Nano Chip Process Takes Cue From Nature
05/03/07 10:44 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 829 Words

... IBM has developed a method of assembling microchips using nanotechnology, the company stated Thursday, a potentially revolutionary process for insulating tiny wires by allowing them to assemble themselves around air gaps. This advance could make next-generation chips dramatically faster and more energy...

Walaika Haskins
IBM, Google Team on Gadgets for the Workplace
03/01/07 1:54 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 899 Words

... IBM has become the first vendor to incorporate Google Gadgets into its commercial portal software , WebSphere , the two tech companies announced Wednesday. Users of WebSphere Portal and WebSphere Portal Express v. 6.0 will have some 4,000 free-of-charge add-ons they can...

Tim Gray
IBM Unveils Linux Server Consolidation Systems
02/16/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 541 Words

... IBM unveiled three new offerings this week designed to consolidate Web-tier Linux servers in increasingly complicated IT environments. The new offerings, a trio of machines running Linux or IBM's AIX Unix operating system , will help businesses consolidate more than 1.6 million...

ECT News Staff
IBM to Offer Eclipse Customer Support, Resources
09/07/06 10:05 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 439 Words

... the company's strategy around open source business models, IBM announced new resources designed to help software development teams build Eclipse-based, vendor neutral development environments. Additionally, IBM is unveiling a new customer support program -- IBM Rational Elite Support for Eclipse -- that...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Challenges Microsoft With $300 Million Ad Campaign
03/31/06 8:29 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 547 Words

... a move to extend the growth of its Linux-based products, IBM on Thursday announced a new initiative designed to help customers migrate from Microsoft Exchange to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino on Linux . Big Blue will sink US$300 million into an...

Jennifer LeClaire
Rambus, IBM Confirm Licensing Agreement
03/17/06 11:13 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 500 Words

... chip interface designer Rambus on Friday said it has signed a technology licensing agreement with IBM . The agreement allows IBM to building Cell Broadband Engine (Cell BE) processors and companion chips using Rambus' technology. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Keith Regan
IBM Acknowledges Stepped-Up SEC Probe
01/13/06 9:39 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 681 Words

... Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched a formal investigation into how tech giant IBM reported earnings and stock compensation expenses in a quarterly report nearly a year ago. The SEC had launched an informal inquiry in June of 2005, which IBM...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Launches New Licensing Program With VC Community
12/13/05 8:07 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 671 Words

... IBM last night announced it is launching a new licensing program with the venture capital community to help startup companies accelerate the development of innovative solutions in the marketplace. The new IBM Ventures in Collaboration program is designed to give VC firms...

Keith Regan
IBM Latest to Split Business Segments
07/20/05 10:38 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 737 Words

... IBM has announced it will separate its services businesses, creating two divisions to focus on the different types of consulting and outsourcing that now make up half of Big Blue's total revenue stream. The move, announced yesterday when IBM reported strong earnings...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM, Red Hat Gang Up on Sun Solaris
05/17/05 11:44 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 579 Words

... IBM and Red Hat today announced a Solaris-to-Linux server migration program designed to grab market share from Sun Microsystems . The "Solaris to Linux Migration Factory" and additional solutions and support offerings are designed to help customers migrate from Solaris to multi-platform...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Gobbles Up Gluecode
05/10/05 8:41 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 472 Words

... IBM today announced it has acquired privately held Gluecode Software, an open-source software and support services provider whose product compliments Big Blue's WebSphere application integration middleware portfolio. Based on core open-source technology from the Apache Geronimo application server , Gluecode is designed...

Jay Lyman
Lenovo Finalizes Purchase of IBM's PC Business
05/02/05 12:18 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 655 Words

... analysts gave their blessing to Lenovo's deal for IBM's PC business , finalized this week, indicating that the Chinese company will gain access to the U.S. market while IBM trades a low-profit business division for its own access to China, heralded...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM To Invest $100 Million in Linux Support, Technology
02/17/05 1:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 435 Words

... response to high double-digit growth in 2004 in the number of customers deploying IBM collaboration software on the Linux platform , IBM today announced plans to invest US$100 million over three years to expand Linux support and technology across its Workplace software...

Keith Regan
IBM Lands Voice, Data Deal Worth Nearly $1 Billion
12/06/04 10:22 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 629 Words

... the tech industry still buzzing over its apparent decision to sell its PC business , IBM underscored its ongoing transformation by announcing today that it had landed a contract worth nearly US$1 billion to supply Internet-based telephone and data services to British...

Mark Essig
IBM Makes Speech Code Open Source
09/13/04 3:12 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 522 Words

... IBM today announced it is contributing proprietary voice-recognition software to two different open-source software groups. The Apache Software Foundation will receive Reusable Dialog Components (RDCs), used for handling simple words for dates, times and locations. In addition, IBM is proposing a project...

ECT News Desk
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...

ECT News Business Desk
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...

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