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IBM Corp. has completed its $1.7 billion acquisition of Netezza Corp., expanding the computer giant’s business analytics offerings.
IBM is ready to offer the Federal Community Cloud, a secure cloud environment designed for federal agencies. Meanwhile, Lockheed Martin unveiled the Starfire Mission Ready Cloud based on pre-integrated, pretested technology.
IBM Corp. is buying Blade Network Technologies, a private data-routing technology company. Financial terms were not reported.
IBM Corp. is buying Netezza Corp., a publicly held provider of high-performance analytics, in a cash transaction for $27 per share or approximately $1.7 billion after adjusting for cash.
The Army accepts in principle the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s offer to provide 15 companies’ pro bono assistance in assessing the IT requirements to rectify the poor record-keeping at Arlington National Cemetery.
Old mainframe computers stay at a company longer than the employees who know how to run them, according to a news report.
Texas puts IBM on notice that if it doesn't shape up in the next 30 days, it might get fired from the state's data center consolidation contract.
IBM Corp. has been awarded a $9.1 million contract by the Veterans Affairs Department to develop an automated online claims processing system to speed processing of Agent Orange claims.
IBM has been making acquisitions and other investments to build its analytics and cloud computing business.