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  • Infographic: 21 Years of Innovation & Patent Leadership

    Infographic: 21 Years of Innovation & Patent Leadership


    Date added: 2014-01-14


    In 2013, IBM patented a record-setting 6,809 innovations that will position the company to lead in strategic areas such as cloud computing, Big Data and analytics, while advancing the era of cognitive systems. (courtesy: IBM)

     

     





  • IBM Tops U.S. Patent List for 21st Straight Year 

    IBM Tops U.S. Patent List for 21st Straight Year 


    Date added: 2014-01-14


    IBM received a record 6,809 U.S. patents in 2013, marking the 21st consecutive year in a row that the company topped the annual roundup of patent recipients. More than 8,000 IBM inventors residing in 47 different U.S. states and 41 countries patented a range of inventions in 2013 that are expected to enable the company to compete and lead in strategic areas-–such as IBM's Watson, cloud computing, Big Data analytics and the new cognitive computing era. IBM Master Inventor Lisa Seacat DeLuca (pictured) received nearly 50 U.S. patents in 2013, including patent #8,494,851, which depicts a system that continuously analyzes terms and topics discussed during a phone conversation, and automatically identifies and displays contextually relevant social networking information (courtesy: IBM)

     

     



  • 21 Years of IBM Patent Leadership 

    21 Years of IBM Patent Leadership 


    Date added: 2014-01-14


    IBM inventors received a record 6,809 U.S. patents in 2013 -- the 21st consecutive year that the company has led the annual list of patent recipients. IBM inventors patented range of inventions in 2013 that will position the company to compete and lead in strategic areas-–such as IBM's Watson, cloud computing, Big Data analytics and the new cognitive computing era. IBM Researcher Dr. Christian Cachin (pictured) is co-inventor of U.S. Patent #8,422,686, which describes a technique that automates the lifecycle of cryptographic keys used to encrypt and secure data, and can enhance security for cloud computing applications (courtesy: IBM)

     

     


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