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IBM Pulse 2011

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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. At PULSE 2011--IBM will highlight how its expertise in analytics, systems management, sensors and security is coming together to bridge the physical and digital worlds and create new Smarter Planet infrastructures.

News releases
Date Title
01 Mar 2011 Survey: 90 Percent of IT Decision Makers Investing to Secure Computing Endpoints
02 Mar 2011 IBM Announces 2011 IBM Tivoli Award Winners
01 Mar 2011 IBM Advances Cloud Computing with New Software
01 Mar 2011 Cities Get Smarter with IBM's Location-based Analytics
28 Feb 2011 IBM Works With McMaster University to Create First Canadian Energy-Smart Buildings on Campus
28 Feb 2011 Swiss Federal Railways Creates a Smarter Railroad with IBM and Alcatel-Lucent
28 Feb 2011 IBM Delivers New Software to Advance Industry Transformation


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    Swiss Federal Railways

    Date added: 28 Feb 2011

    Swiss Federal Railways, an organization already well esteemed for punctuality, is tapping IBM and Alcatel-Lucent technology to sense, monitor and trace the location and status of thousands of rail events in real-time for new levels of efficiencies.

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    Screen Shot of Maximo Spatial

    Date added: 28 Feb 2011

    Cities around the world use IBM software for a geospatial context so their engineers can visually identify “hot spots” of repairs and make better decisions on how best to restore service.

Contact(s) for the Press kit

Colleen Haikes
IBM Media Relations

Tod Freeman
IBM Media Relations
(415) 320-5893

Kara Yi
IBM Media Relations
(415) 889-7789

Faye Abloeser
IBM Media Relations