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  • Infographic A heritage and future of IBM technology innovation

    A heritage and future of IBM technology innovation


    Date added: 2014-10-20


    IBM's investments and semiconductor partnerships over the years are driving R&D leadership and enabling future technology innovation to meet the emerging demands of cloud, Big Data, transaction processing and analytics-optimized systems.

     

     







  • OpenPOWER Foundation Chair Gordon MacKean

    OpenPOWER Foundation Chair Gordon MacKean of Google Displays an Early System Design Architecture Incorporating IBM's POWER Processor


    Date added: 2014-04-29


    Las Vegas, Nevada/April 28, 2014/FPSnewswire -- At the IBM Impact technology conference in Las Vegas, OpenPOWER Foundation Chairman Gordon MacKean displayed an early system design architecture that Google, through its leadership in OpenPOWER, is investigating as an alternative for large scale data centers with massive data requirements. MacKean explained that the newly formed OpenPOWER Foundation -- with a roster of 26 members and growing -- is looking to aggressively exploit IBM's POWER processor for more innovative and cost-effective server designs. (Feature Photo Service)

     

     

     



  • Dr. Colin Rawlings, scientist, IBM Research, explains how IBM scientists and National Geographic Kids achieved a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS(r) for the world's smallest magazine cover

    IBM and National Geographic Kids Achieve a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS(r) Title for the World's Smallest Magazine Cover


    Date added: 2014-04-25


    In Washington, D.C., Dr. Colin Rawlings, scientist, IBM Research, explains how IBM scientists and National Geographic Kids achieved a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS(r) for the world's smallest magazine cover at USA Science and Engineering Festival on Friday, April 25, 2014. At 11 x 14 micrometers, 2,000 of the magazine covers could fit on a grain of salt. IBM researchers developed the technology to help scientists and engineers prototype a new generation of technologies, from energy efficient transistors for computers to tiny structures to microscopic security tags to prevent the forgery of documents. (Johnny Bivera/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     


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