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  • IBM Services, Technology Address "Big Data" Climate Challenge

    IBM Services, Technology Address "Big Data" Climate Challenge


    Date added: 2015-05-08


    The German Climate Computing Center in Hamburg hosts the largest archive of climate data in the world -- currently 40 petabytes of information, and projected to grow by as much as 75 petabytes annually over the next five years, requiring a High Performance Storage System from IBM. For comparison, one petabyte equals roughly 210,000 DVDs. The solution uses software developed by IBM and the U.S. Department of Energy, is supported by IBM services and incorporates IBM DB2 database software. (Credit: German Climate Computing Center)

     

     







  • IBM invests over $1 billion in new storage software built for the cloud

    IBM invests over $1 billion in new storage software built for the cloud


    Date added: 2015-02-17


    Jamie Thomas, General Manager of Storage and Software Defined, IBM Systems launched a new storage software portfolio designed to address data storage inefficiencies by changing the economics of storage with a layer of intelligent software. IBM’s new software creates an efficient “data footprint” that dynamically stores every bit of data at the optimal cost, helping maximize performance and ensuring security. With more than $1 billion investment over the next five years, IBM is the first company in the industry to embark on an accelerated roadmap to extract intelligence from its traditional storage hardware products enabling clients to use it in any form – as-a-service, as an appliance, or, as software. (Jared Lazarus/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     


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