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As physical and digital assets converge, the planet is getting smarter. Food and retail products are tracked with RFID tags. Traffic and energy systems are now managed with sensors. Cities are more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. This convergence challenges today’s infrastructures, but also offers the opportunity to integrate operational assets with hardware, software and services for improved service management that drives greater business value.

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News releases
Date Title
23 Feb 2010 Galveston National Labs Employs IBM Software to Help Fight Infectious Disease
23 Feb 2010 Tennessee Valley Authority Goes Live With IBM Software To Streamline Fleet Operations
23 Feb 2010 IBM Details Virtualization, Integrated Service Management Strategy
22 Feb 2010 IBM Launches New Era of Smarter Buildings
22 Feb 2010 IBM and Johnson Controls Join Forces to Make Buildings Smarter
22 Feb 2010 IBM and Ricoh Deliver Intelligent Print Monitoring and Management System
22 Feb 2010 New IBM Software And Services Exploit The Intersection Of Physical And Digital Worlds To Foster Business Transformation
10 Feb 2010 IBM Software to Help Improve the Sewer Infrastructure in California's Capital City
07 Dec 2009 IBM and City of Chesapeake Build a Smarter City
19 Nov 2009 IBM and DC WASA Flow Technology into Washington DC's Water and Sewer System


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    Galveston National Labs Employs IBM Software to Help Fight Infectious Disease

    Date added: 23 Feb 2010

    Galveston National Laboratory’s critically important biomedical equipment and engineering processes are managed, calibrated and monitored by IBM Maximo software. The laboratory is dedicated to the study and prevention of emerging infectious diseases such as SARS, West Nile encephalitis, avian flu and hemorrhagic fevers (such as Ebola). The biomedical equipment includes air-flow handlers, decontaminating showers, door seals and locks. IBM software helps these assets operate efficiently to assure safe and secure operations. Photo Source: University of Texas Medical Branch

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    Tennessee Valley Authority Goes Live with IBM Software to Streamline Fleet Operations

    Date added: 23 Feb 2010

    Tennessee Valley Authority, the United States’ largest public power company, has initiated fleet-wide use of IBM software to help increase efficiency across all its power facilities that employ wind turbines, methane gas, and solar panels, including 29 hydroelectric dams, 11 coal-fired plants, 11 combustion-turbine sites, a pumped-storage hydropower plant, 18 green-power sites and three nuclear plants, including its Sequoyah Nuclear Plant (pictured). Photo Source: Tennessee Valley Authority

Contact(s) for the Press kit

Colleen Haikes
IBM Media Relations
(415) 545 4003

Gina Jesberg
IBM Media Relations
(203) 445-1545

Leigh Ann Schmidt
IBM Media Relations
(914) 766-1362

Libra White
IBM Media Relations
(408) 404-6786