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  • IBM and Cisco combine the power of Watson Internet of Things with edge analytics


    Date added: 2016-06-03


    BM and Cisco are collaborating to provide instant IoT insight at the edge of the network, bringing together IBM Watson IoT and business analytics technologies and Cisco edge analytics capabilities to help organizations more deeply understand and act on critical data on the network edge. (Credit: IBM and Cisco)

     

     



  • The Edge of What's Possible with IoT


    Date added: 2016-06-03


    IBM and Cisco are working together to provide real time Internet of Things insight at the edge of the network, providing businesses in remote locations with the ability to tap the combined power of IBM's Watson IoT and business analytics technologies and Cisco's edge analytics capabilities to more deeply understand and act on critical data on the network edge. (Credit: IBM and Cisco)

     

     



  • IBM today honored 11 new IBM Fellows, the company's most prestigious technical honor


    Date added: 2016-04-20


    BM today named 11 new IBM Fellows, the company's most prestigious technical honor. The new Fellows are being honored for pioneering work in areas including cognitive computing, analytics, cloud, security, mobile and healthcare. Pictured from left to right are the 2016 IBM Fellows: Adam Kocoloski, Ajay Royyuru, Shankar Kalyana, Tanveer Syeda-Mahmood, Mac Devine, Blaine Dolph, Gosia Steinder, Bill Kostenko, Stacy Joines, JR Rao, Salim Roukos (Credit: Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     



  • IBM and Pfizer Team on IoT Parkinson's Research


    Date added: 2016-04-07


    IBM Research Data Scientist Eric Clark explores wearable technologies that could help monitor and analyze biological data from study subjects on Thursday, April 7, 2016 at IBM's T. J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown, NY. IBM and Pfizer are collaborating to create a first-of-a-kind remote monitoring system to support patients with Parkinson’s disease. This non-invasive, real-time approach to patient data will offer new insights into disease progression and treatment plans. By applying advanced analytics and machine learning to sensor data, the hope is to transform how neurological diseases are diagnosed and treated. (Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     




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