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On Wednesday, IBM’s Chief Technology Officer Rob High gave a keynote speech with an emphasis on “cognitive computing” – another term for artificial intelligence, but with a goal of changing the role between humans and machines rather than recreating the human brain in machine form.
Looks like the sky really wasn’t cloud’s limit
While the Cloud is supposed to be the savour of big computing, VMWare, which should be doing well is actually suffering.
Opening the platform up helped
It appears that IBM’s Power system, which had been largely written off, is back from the dead and Biggish Blue’s attempt to resurrect it might have paid off.
Oratel Alliance targets IBM busting deal using the Sun god Apollo
With Microsoft not really needing Intel for its cloud bid, Chipzilla has been snuffling around looking for allies and found another party who has missed the boat to team up with – Oracle.
Still not making money
IBM has been selling the family silver but still can’t buy itself out of trouble as its cloud business has not picked up yet.
Nothing to hide
Biggish Blue is hoping to get the Chinese government onside by showing it its source code.
FinFETs and SOI working in different environments
Soitec's CEO and board chairman has raised an eyebrow or two when he said that the iPhone 6s has multiple RF chips built on silicon-on-insulator (SOI) substrates and that Intel and IBM are using the tech for their silicon photonics push.
Teaming up with Big Blue Power
Big Blue has launched a line of Power processor-based, Linux-tuned machines which are helped out by Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs.
Silicon's days could be numbered
Big Blue Researchers have discovered a way to replace silicon semiconductors with carbon nanotube transistors and think that the development will push the industry past Moore's law limits.
More rumours – this time from the Orient
We wrote a story a while back claiming that GloFlo was going to develop its own 7nm 10nm free from the licencing constraints of its partner Samsung. This was greeted by much mirth at the time, but it is looking like we were right.