2003 Top 100

Top 100 Revenue: $393,921,000
Defense Revenue: N/A
Civilian Revenue: N/A
2002 Revenue: $81.2 billion
2002 Earnings: $3.6 billion
2001 Revenue: N/A
2001 Earnings: N/A
Number of employees: 315,000
Headquarters: Armonk, New York
Website: https://www.ibm.com/us-en?ar=1

Samuel Palmisano, chairman and CEO

Todd Ramsey, general manager, IBM Global Government Industry

Ticker: IBM
Lines of business: Global services, IBM global financing, microelectronics, personal and printing systems group, research, sales and distribution, software group, server group, storage systems group, and technology group
Major customers: Department of Energy; and Pennsylvania State Police
Major contracts/projects: IBM is building the world''s fastest supercomputers for the Department of Energy. The first system -- called ASCI Purple - will offer the Department of Energy a supercomputer capable of up to 100 teraflops, more than twice as fast as the most powerful computer in existence today. The second supercomputer, a research machine called Blue Gene/L, will employ advanced IBM semiconductor and system technologies based on new architectures being developed in the ongoing partnership between IBM and the DOE.