The IBM Mass Lab, a campus comprised of sites in Littleton and Westford, Massachusetts, is the largest IBM Software Development Lab in North America. The IBM Mass Lab is creating software that manages some of the world's most complex process and infrastructure problems such as modernizing and automating the world's physical infrastructures -- from railroads, water management, food traceability and healthcare modernization. Much of the demand for software is being created by the need to automate and modernize virtually every system today such as electronic medical records, fraud detection and energy management through smart grids. The IBM Mass Lab is also developing software for the new era of enterprise mobile computing fostering more effective collaboration and integration to support an increasingly mobile workforce.
IBM Opens Its Largest Software Development Lab in North America
Date added: 16 Jun 2010
Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick (left), IBM Senior Vice President and Group Executive, IBM Software Steve Mills and IBM Product Designer Lori Landesman (right) review new IBM software for the mobile enterprise market at the Mass Lab in Littleton, Massachusetts June 16, 2010. (John Mottern/Feature Photo Service for IBM)
Mass Lab Ribbon Cutting with Gov. Patrick and Steve Mills
Date added: 16 Jun 2010
IBM Senior Vice President and Group Executive, IBM Software Steve Mills (center left), Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick (center right), Alistair Rennie Massachusetts Senior State Executive, IBM (left) and Greg Bialecki, Secretary Office of Housing and Economic Developement, Commonwealth of Massachusetts (right) during the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Mass Lab in Littleton, Massachusetts, June 16, 2010. The Mass Lab is IBM's largest software development lab in North America bringing together leading experts to design and develop first-of-a-kind solutions to respond to organizations' toughest computing challenges. (Feature Photo Service)
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