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  • 2015 IBM Fellows John Smith and Donna Dillenberger

    2015 IBM Fellows John Smith and Donna Dillenberger


    Date added: 2015-04-15


    At IBM's corporate headquarters in Armonk, New York, IBMers John Smith and Donna Eng Dillenberger, who work in the company's research unit, demonstrate how data can make city transportation more efficient. The two researchers are part of a group of 10 IBM experts who have been awarded the distinction of IBM Fellow, the company's most prestigious technical honor. Collectively, the 10 new IBM Fellows have filed for 441 patents, of which 289 have been granted.(Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM) 

     

     



  • OpenPOWER Foundation Unveils Powerful Alternatives for the Data Center

    OpenPOWER Foundation Unveils Powerful Alternatives for the Data Center


    Date added: 2015-03-18


    In San Jose, California, at the inaugural OpenPOWER Summit, Gordon MacKean, Chairman, OpenPOWER Foundation (left), and Brad McCredie, President, OpenPOWER Foundation (right), unveil a rapidly expanding hardware ecosystem with more than 10 new OpenPOWER community-developed solutions. The OpenPOWER Foundation is a collaboration of technologists encouraging the adoption of an open server architecture for computer data centers and has grown to more than 110 businesses, organizations and individuals across 22 countries. (Credit: Feature Photo Services)

     

     



  • Eagle scientists explore post-silicon semiconductor materials

    IBM scientists explore post-silicon semiconductor materials


    Date added: 2014-10-20


    IBM and GLOBALFOUNDRIES signed a definitive agreement under which GLOBALFOUNDRIES will acquire IBM's global commercial semiconductor technology business, while IBM sharpens its focus on semiconductor and material science research, development capabilities and leadership in high-value systems. IBM scientists, including researcher Jerry Chow (pictured), are exploring post-silicon semiconductor materials, such as carbon nanoelectronics, silicon photonics, new memory technologies, and architectures to meet the emerging demands of cloud, Big Data and secure transaction optimized systems. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     






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