AT&T, Cisco Systems, General Electric, IBM and Intel are coming together to form a new group to try to create standards for the sensors inside machines and sprouting up around cities as part of the Internet of Things.
Vast improvements in power consumption are essential if the Internet of Things (IoT), wearable devices and related wireless applications are to fulfill the lofty visions being laid out for them, says IBM Fellow Robert Dennard.
AT&T said it will work with cloud and computing giant IBM to developer machine-to-machine solutions for the Internet of Things, specifically for things like smart cities and utilities.
AT&T is giving its existing VPN network customers another connection option by embedding its NetBond technology into a number of Equinix's data centers.
IBM has put forth a plan to commit over $1.2 billion to expand its global cloud footprint, a move that it says will give its business customers more flexibility in how they manage their data and IT operations in the cloud environment.
Qualcomm shifted into the list of top 10 U.S. patent awardees during 2013, while Google and Apple both jumped into the top 20, according to IFI Claims Patent Services.
American telecom Sprint and equipment vendor IBM flexed their international muscles with a pair of overseas contracts that showed a growing need for network infrastructure and cloud-based services.
IBM has just announced that it has completed the acquisition of “The Now Factory.” This acquisition will enable IBM to delve deeper into the operators&rsquo
IBM and Google have partnered with Mellanox, NVIDIA and Tyan on plans to form an open development alliance based on IBM's POWER microprocessor architecture. The OpenPOW
Sprint has tapped IBM to help it create the Sprint Velocity Service Bus, a communications architecture that will enable automotive OEMs to deliver customized in-vehicle infotainment, security and convenience features via the cloud.