Bharti Airtel ("Airtel"), one of India's largest integrated telcos, has selected IBM and Red Hat to build its new telco network cloud, designed to make it more efficient, flexible and future-ready to support core operations and enable new digital services.
Skytap has announced the public availability of its service for running IBM Power applications in Microsoft Azure. The service provides complete application environments that are compatible with on-premises data centers, including natively running AIX, IBM i, and Linux on Power workloads.
Samsung and IBM announced today a new joint platform leveraging IBM Cloud and AI capabilities, and Samsung’s mobile offerings. The collaboration between the two companies brings together IBM’s capabilities with the Samsung Galaxy ecosystem for enterprise customers.
VeloCloud Networks today introduced the SD-WAN Security Technology Partner Program, along with inaugural partnerships with security industry leaders, including IBM Security, Check Point Software, Fortinet, and Zscaler.
IBM has launched the first enterprise-strength Blockchain as a Service, based on The Linux Foundation's open source Hyperledger Fabric version 1.0. IBM Blockchain, which lets developers quickly establish highly secure blockchain networks on the IBM cloud
IBM and Visa have revealed a partnership to use the Watson IoT platform to expand digital payments to connected cars, wearables, and other devices. The collaboration brings together IBM’s Watson IoT platform and cognitive capabilities, withVisa’s global payments services that are used by more than 3 billion consumers globally.
BlackBerry have announced DTSec, a medical device cybersecurity standard created and managed by an international, non-profit consortium, led by the BlackBerry CHACE team.
CompanionLink has released a sync alternative for BlackBerry Priv Android phones. CompanionLink features the DejaOffice for Outlook App.
Building on the deep technology partnership between IBM and SAP, IBM today announced a set of integrated Power Systems solutions designed to help clients process volumes of data with incredible speed for both transactional and analytics workloads.
IBM today announced its Health Cloud and Watson cognitive computing capabilities will support health data entered by customers in iOS apps using Apple's ResearchKit and HealthKit frameworks.