OS/2 about to get a modern browser
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Firefox no longer warpy enough for time warps

The OS/2 community is getting close to obtaining a modern browser on their ancient platform.

IBM has another go at flogging Watson Health
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Yours for a quick billion

Big Blue has resurrected its sale process for IBM Watson Health, with hopes of fetching more than $1 billion.

IBM creates new quantum processor
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Can do things too complex for a normal computer

IBM has created a quantum processor which it claims can process information so complex the work can't be done or simulated on a traditional computer.

IBM Cloud releases third-generation AMD EPYC servers
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128 cores (256 threads) of processing power to play with

IBM Cloud has released Bare Metal Servers using the newly released third-generation AMD EPYC processors.

Red Hat will hire less senior engineers
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Need to save a bit of cash

IBM's Red Hat plans to cut back on hiring senior engineers in an effort aimed largely at controlling costs.

Big Blue misses estimates
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Managed infrastructure suffers decline

IBM missed market estimates for quarterly revenue as its managed infrastructure business suffered from a decline in orders ahead of a spinoff next month.

IBM’s AI steered ship takes to the seas again
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Failed last time

After failing its first attempt to re-create the Mayflower's voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, a crewless ocean vessel, powered by artificial intelligence, has returned to sea.

IBM announces Power E1080 server
Published in PC Hardware

Based on Power10 processor

IBM unveiled the Power E1080, the first in a family of servers based on the company’s recently announced Power10 processor.

IBM announces Telum chip
Published in PC Hardware
07 September 2021

IBM announces Telum chip

Headed for IBM Z and LinuxONE systems

IBM announced the IBM Telum Processor which will be the central processor chip for the next generation IBM Z and LinuxONE systems.

GlobalFoundries sues IBM
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$2.5 billion in damages

Semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries has sued IBM,  asking a judge to rule that it did not violate a contract that claims it is owed $2.5 billion in damages.