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  • Marist students collaborate with IBM

    Marist students collaborate with IBM


    Date added: 2013-11-21


    Marist College students Zachary Meath (on left) and Mary Miller demonstrate a cloud computing invention that--via the swipe of a finger on a smartphone or tablet--can prevent costly voice and data communications service disruptions caused by hurricanes and other natural disasters. Meath and Miller are collaborating with IBM engineers and Marist faculty to test the innovation, which can enable network operators to slash--from days to minutes--the time it takes to move voice and data services to a safe location. The invention is being demonstrated to clients and is expected to be commercially available in 2014. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • Marist student demonstrates IBM innovation

    Marist student demonstrates IBM innovation


    Date added: 2013-11-21


    Marist College student, Zachary Meath, demonstrates an invention that enables IT professionals to quickly move network communications resources via a wireless phone or tablet. Meath is collaborating with IBM engineers and Marist faculty to test the innovation, which can significantly reduce or eliminate the loss of services and data during a major weather event or other crisis threatening network resources. The cloud solution is being demonstrated to clients and is expected to be commercially available in 2014. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • Girl with Screen

    Invention prevents outages caused by natural disasters


    Date added: 2013-11-21


    Marist College student, Mary Miller, demonstrates a cloud computing invention that can prevent network disruptions and outages caused by natural disasters. Miller is collaborating with IBM engineers and Marist faculty to test the innovation, which can enable network operators to slash--from days to minutes--the time it takes to move voice and data services to a safe location. The demonstrated to clients and is expected to be commercially available in 2014. (Credit: IBM)

     

     





  • New IBM Power Systems Linux Center

    New IBM Power Systems Linux Center Part of $1 Billion Investment to Fuel Linux on Power Systems


    Date added: 2013-09-17


    A new IBM Power Systems Linux Center for developers, clients and partners opened in Montpellier, France today. Joining similar centers in Asia and North America, the Montpellier center is an immediate result of a larger initiative by IBM to commit $1 billion towards Linux ecosystem growth on IBM's Power Systems line of servers. (Credit: IBM)

     

     


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