$2.5 billion in damages
Semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries has sued IBM, asking a judge to rule that it did not violate a contract that claims it is owed $2.5 billion in damages.
Cloud and AI in one company
Biggish Blue has announced it has written a cheque for Waeg, a consulting partner for Salesforce in a deal that will extend its range of services and support its hybrid cloud and artificial intelligence strategy.
It is going to take a while to build new fabs
IBM has joined the legions in the chip industry who have warned that the chip shortage is not going away soon.
Intel has a little sob
IBM boffins have emerged from their smoke-filled labs claiming to have invented the world’s first 2 nm chip.
Beats Wall Street
IBM recorded the highest quarterly sales growth in more than two years and beat Wall Street targets on Monday, thanks to its cloud operations.
Told to write an $11.1 million cheque
A federal jury found that former IBM sales manager Scott Kingston had been unlawfully fired by the company and denied sales commission after challenging the treatment of subordinates as racially biased.
Time to start issuing the horseheads
While Big Blue has been suing more companies over its inventions, its IP income has shrunk.
No longer elementary
IBM is exploring a potential sale of its IBM Watson Health business according to the Wall Street Journal.
Can scale to hold 1.7 petabytes of data.
IBM unveiled a 1u all-flash storage system for on-premises IT environments that can scale to hold 1.7 petabytes (PB) of data as part of a cunning plan to make it easier to manage data across a hybrid cloud computing environment.
Mixes quantum and conventional methods
IBM has found a way to combine a new program execution environment, Qiskit, which uses a mix of conventional and quantum computing to deliver a 100 times speedup for tasks that depend on iterative circuit execution.