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Quickly capitalizing on the Intel/Centrino Sonoma update, Dell and IBM have released notebooks that feature the new chipset.
With one of the largest embraces of the open source community ever, IBM has announced that it will be releasing 500 software patents to open source developers, establishing a platform for increased innovations.
AMD and IBM have developed a new strained silicon transistor technology aimed at improving processor performance and power efficiency.
Network attacks against critical infrastructure providers such as utilities, telecommunications companies and government agencies surged 55 percent from July to August, according to IBM’s Global Security Intelligence Services.
Furthering its leadership in the blade server market, IBM has introduced a new low-cost IBM eServer BladeCenter chassis and a unique set of “business-in-a-box” solutions to help lower the cost and speed the time it takes for a small to mid-sized business to purchase, deploy, and implement BladeCenter servers in an IT infrastructure.
Cost-Effective Data Management Solution for PeopleSoft Users Addresses Availability and Business Management Needs.
PeopleSoft and IBM announced the general availability of a new Solution Edition eServer i5 550 server configured for PeopleSoft World.
Today IBM announced a broad suite of services to speed the benefits of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems to industrial companies and mid-market businesses.
IBM and SUSS MicroTec today announced they have signed an agreement to develop and commercialize IBM’s next-generation, 100 percent lead-free semiconductor packaging technology, C4NP.
IBM, in collaboration with Intel, has made available the design specifications for the IBM eServer BladeCenter platform. The specifications allow hardware vendors to more easily create BladeCenter-compatible products and participate in the rapidly growing blade server market segment.
Versata today announced general availability of the Versata Logic Server, version 5.6.2, for the IBM WebSphere Application Server on IBM eServer iSeries hardware running Linux.
IBM was the first organization to provide certification for XML and related technologies. As XML has grown more popular, this certification has also gained respect, and now it is one of the most sought-after certifications for developers. According to IBM, the goal of this certification is to equip developers with the knowledge necessary to design and implement applications that make use of XML and related technologies such as XML Schema, XSLT, and XPath.
Later this year, there will no longer be any Certified Lotus Professionals. Or Tivoli Certified Consultants.
IBM’s (Quote, Company Info) growth spurt in the market for supercomputers got a boost Friday when the company announced the sale of one of its new p655 Unix servers to the University of Texas at Austin (UT) to help scientists develop environmentally-friendly oil drilling techniques.