Aventis Learning Group is working with IBM to enhance its Training Management System (TMS) with IBM Watson Natural Language Understanding hosted on IBM Cloud. This new capability helps Aventis to offer better personalised learning courses […]
IBM and SAP have teamed up to make it easier for enterprises to embrace a hybrid cloud approach and move mission-critical workloads from SAPsolutions to the cloud for regulated and non-regulated industries. Moving workloads and […]
LG Electronics has joined IBM Quantum Network to advance industry applications of quantum computing. Being part of the network gives LG Electronics access to IBM’s quantum computing systems, quantum expertise and the Qiskit open-source quantum […]
IBM has appointed Paul Burton as General Manager of its Asia Pacific (APAC) business. He takes over from Brenda Harvey who is assuming a senior role with the company in the US. Burton is responsible […]
Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) has won Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) X IBM Lifesavers’ Innovation Challenge: Call for Code 2021 with an innovative solution that aims detects fire early during high voltage […]
MonetaGo and IBM are partnering to deploy the recently-announced global secure financing solution in Asean. Digitising key trade finance processes will create opportunities for financial institutions to collaborate in new ways while maintaining privacy of […]
Australia’s Fusion Broadband has expanded into Equinix to increase its global footprint and offer customers enhanced performance and more advanced connectivity options. Leveraging the massive global infrastructure of Equinix, which has more than 220 data […]
In back-to-back Q1 updates, IDC has reported that India’s server market grew 33.8 percent to reach US$310.6 million while its external storage market dropped six percent to US$83.0 million. The x86 market contributed 88.8 percent […]
IBM has snuck ahead in the semiconductor race by announcing earlier this month the world’s first chip with 2 nanometer (nm) nanosheet technology. Intel and TSMC had previously shared roadmaps with similar technology coming up […]
Korea’s Lotte Hotels & Resorts has successfully deployed an IT service management (ITSM) system from IBM. The implementation gives it an established standardised IT service processes and systems for chain hotels around the world and […]
IBM has boosted its cloud migration and transformation offerings with the acquisition of Taos. Taos is a cloud professional and managed services provider with more than 30 years of experience with leading brands across technology, […]
IBM has appointed former presidential economic advisor Gary D Cohn as Vice Chairman and member of its Executive Leadership Team. He will work with CEO Arvind Krishna and the IBM Executive Leadership Team on a […]
IBM has agreed to acquire TruQua Enterprises, an IT services and consulting SAP development partner that specialises in delivering finance and analytics solutions to Fortune 500 companies. Expected to close in Q4 2020, the deal […]
IBM and gaming are two words that don’t quite come to mind together. Big Blue is renowned for being the largest technology company in the world at one point in time while gaming is at […]
If there’s one thing about IBM is that the legendary IT giant is not afraid to make hard decisions. It has acquired business that complements its offerings (such as Lotus and Red Hat) while splitting […]
Schlumberger IBM and Red Hat are collaborating to accelerate digital transformation in the oil and gas industry.
In an age where personalisation is a big thing, enterprises need to be more mindful of being relevant and relational to customers while ensuring that data security is not compromised. A newly-announced strategic partnership among Adobe, IBM and Red Hat aims to enable companies to deliver more personalised experiences across the customer journey, driving improved engagement, profitability, and loyalty.
IBM has chosen Arvind Krishna to be its new Chief Executive Officer from April 6. The current Senior Vice President for Cloud and Cognitive Software will take over the reign from Virginia Rometty, who will remain as Executive Chairman of the Board and serve until her retirement at the end of the year.
IBM has developed the world’s first financial services-ready public cloud with Bank of America (BoA) as its first collaborator. Under the arrangement, the bank will host key applications and workloads to support the requirements and privacy and safety expectations of its 66 million banking customers.
The tiny chip uses quantum communication algorithms for better security than existing industry standards.
AI Singapore (AISG) has announced the AISG AI Certification, a structure learning pathway to enable Singaporeans to reskill, upskill and deep skill in artifical intelligence (AI).
The mainframe computer is not quite going the way of the dinosaur. Even in today’s age of Intel-based servers, there’s still room and relevance for the mainframe. This explains why IBM has launched the z15, its 15th generation of the mainframe.
The global GPU as a Service (GPUaaS) market is expected to jump tenfold from around US$700 million in 2018 to US$7 billion by 2025, according to Global Market Insights. The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is expected to lead this charge with a compounded annual growth rate of more than 40 percent between 2019 and 2025.
IBM has acquired Red Hat for US$34 billion, one of the biggest technology deals of all time — bettered only by Dell’s purchase of EMC for US$65 billion and Avago’s buyout of Broadcom for US$37 billion, both in 2015.
Data scientist is one of the hottest jobs in the era of artificial intelligence (AI) where big data is king. IBM and The Open Group have come together to provide a certification programme for this highly-sought after job.
Remember the mainframe? It used to rule the world of computing and was presumed by some to be extinct when the advent of Intel-based servers and GPU-powered supercomputers. Presumed is the key word here because the mainframe is still alive and kicking though it does not command the clout that it did in the past.
India software firm HCL Technologies has entered into an agreement to acquire a portfolio of IBM software products for US$1.8 billion. The transaction is expected to close by mid-2019 upon completion of applicable regulatory reviews.
IBM has announced its US$34 billion acquisition of open source leader Red Hat. The move has been dubbed a “game-changer” by Ginni Rometty, IBM Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, who added that it changes everything about the cloud market.
IBM has axed reportedly at least 200 staff from its Tampines plant in Singapore. This is because the IT giant is shifting manufacturing of its IBM Power Systems to IBM Guadalajara, Mexico.
IBM has scored a massive win with a five-year A$1 billion agreement with the Australia government.