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International Business Machines Corporation (commonly referred to as IBM) is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, with corporate headquarters in Armonk, New York. IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware, middleware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. - Wikipedia

The cloud computing wars and the race to add the next client have become so intense that it has reached a stage where tech leaders are taking potshots at each other. Oracle and Amazon have always been at each other's...
IBM's journey of transformation has been a long and arduous one, and is far from being over. Big Blue has now watched over 20 consecutive quarters of revenue decline and, looking at the 3 percent rate at which revenues declined during the...
Data centers are the backbone of a cloud service provider. The bigger and stronger the network, the faster and more scalable the service will become. That’s the reason why all the major cloud service providers are building data centers...
If you have been following the cloud computing industry, you are already aware of the fierce competition that exists in the space. Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM and Oracle - five companies with deep pockets, tons of talent and all...
As quarterly earnings results roll in, it's time to do our favorite topic - "who won the cloud computing race?" The three top cloud service providers - Amazon, Microsoft and IBM - continued their double-digit growth runs during this...
Though there are five big cloud service providers, most of the cloud talk revolves around Amazon, Microsoft and then Google. Not much time do we spend on talking about IBM or Oracle. Little noise about Oracle is understandable because their...
Comcast Business announced yesterday that its customers can receive an up-to 10Gbps private network connection to IBM's Cloud for public, private, or hybrid cloud deployments. Businesses around the world need to rely on the open Internet to connect to their...
Financial institutions around the world have, so far, remained on the cloud sidelines, as security, regulatory, and cost factors, among other things, forced them to take the ‘wait and watch’ approach. But if things go per IDC’s research report, financial...
If you are running a business, there is a near 100% chance that you are already using some form of SaaS - Software as a Service. According to a recent a survey by Northbridge and Wikibon, one in seven...
Beating out companies like Samsung, Microsoft and Google, IBM set a new record for US patents, for the first time crossing 8,000 patents in 2016.According to IBM CEO Ginny Rometty:"Leading the world in innovation for 24 years in a...
IBM announced today that it will be building quantum computing systems and making them available for commercial use. The computing service, which will be delivered via IBM’s cloud platform, will allow users to connect to IBM’s quantum processor, enabling...
In a recent article titled Why Toppling AWS from the Top of Cloud Computing is Not an Easy Task, we outlined why Amazon’s strength in cloud will allow AWS to maintain its IaaS market leadership for a long time yet.A...
In a newly published eBook, IBM has outlined exactly why cloud infrastructure is safer than traditional datacenters. The eBook is called: Should We Fear the Cloud? It may be the key to security, and covers various risk factors as...
IBM Analytics is a monster unit in its own right. In 2016, IBM reported $19.5 billion in revenues from the segment.That’s more than the total revenue that a top tech company like Salesforce makes; in fact, it’s even...
How Big is Microsoft Azure, Really? That’s a question that can only be answered by Microsoft. The Redmond giant does not give out revenue numbers specific to its Infrastructure as a Service offering, Azure...but it happily gives us its year...