18 : IBM Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $1,249,472,802
Defense revenue: $257,542,606
Civilian revenue: $991,930,196
2006 revenue: $91.4 billion
2006 earnings : $9.5 billion
2005 revenue: $91.1 billion
2005 earnings: $7.9 billion
Number of employees: 355766
Headquarters: Armonk, N.Y.
Web address: www.ibm.com
President/CEO: Samuel J. Palmisano, chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: John Nyland, public sector managing partner
Ticker: NYSE: IBM
Lines of business: Hardware, software, services, financing, research and technology
Major customers: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, US. Joint Forces Command, Veterans Affairs and Energy Department
Major contracts/projects: The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency awarded IBM a four-year, $244 million contract to develop a machine that provides 100 times the sustained performance of today''s general purpose supercomputers and simpler to program, administer and use. The company was also hired by the Energy Department''s National Nuclear Security Administration to design and build the world''s first supercomputer to harness the power of the Cell Broadband Engine processor. This will produce a machine capable of processing 1,000 trillion calculations per second.
Previous Profile: 2006
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