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People and businesses today are rapidly adopting new technologies and devices that are transforming the way they interact with each other and their data. This digital transformation generates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data associated with the proliferation of mobile devices, social media and cloud computing, and...

If Ubuntu Linux is to prove truly competitive in theOpenStack cloud and Big Data worlds, it needs to run on more than x86 hardware. And that's whatCanonical achieved this month, with the announcement of full support for IBM POWER8machines on Ubuntu Cloud and Ubuntu Server....

BANGALORE, JUNE 27: IBM will use its huge India software developer base to work on its new Power8 chips to challenge Intel’s dominance.The world’s largest software company has launched its new Power8 chip architecture, an enhancement over its earlier version, to take on Intel’s Xeon...

The litany of computing buzzwords has been repeated so often that we’ve almost glazed over: mobile, social, cloud, crowd, big data, analytics.  After a while they almost lose their meaning. Taken together, though, they describe the evolution of computing from its most recent incarnation — single...

ORLANDO — Working closely with an active open ecosystem, SAP AG empowers customers, partners, startups and developers worldwide to innovate easily on top of the SAP HANA platform. By fostering strategic collaborations with partners, including Red Hat, IBM, HP and VMware, as well as startups,...

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cleantech IT innovation and design firm Servergy, Inc. announced today at an IDC Open Compute Project event held in Dubai at the Burj Al Arab that it has partnered with the University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA) Cloud and Big Data Laboratory, and...

Since its development in the 1990s, IBM Power Systems served databases. They crunched big data for big business better than anyone else in the industry. But so these systems would support the boom of mobile and cloud computing – not to mention social media and...

There was something I missed on the IBM strategy when they sold x86 branch to Lenovo. Since I read some articles about OpenPower and Google home made first power8 server, this strategy is making more sense....