This year’s IBM Think 2021 event focused on artificial intelligence, hybrid cloud and also on ecosystem growth. Overall, I believe IBM effectively utilized Think 2021 to clearly articulate its Hybrid Cloud and AI strategy, along with the key strategic moves the company is making in ecosystem partnerships, M&A, and portfolio management under Arvind’s leadership.
IBM announced the launch of its new LinuxONE III Express, which will enable the company to compete more aggressively on Linux Servers.
Companies have the potential to automate, calibrate, create, and distribute their goods while amassing tons of data to keep doing it better and faster. That’s where industrial IIoT comes in.
IBM returned to a slim 1% YoY growth during its first quarter of the fiscal year giving reason for encouragement.
Siemens has tapped IBM and Red Hat to provide advanced Hybrid Cloud solutions to deliver manufacturing better outcomes from untapped data.
IBM has been aggressively pursuing its hybrid cloud story and has gone GA with its Cloud Satellite offering adding to its hybrid arsenal.
Alphabet released cloud results for the first time. What’s clear is that it isn’t a shoo-in for No. 3 in the cloud business.
The Delta IBM cloud partnership takes flight, with an announcement on Thursday of the acceleration of the airline’s digital transformation strategy and expansion of the partnership between the companies. IBM will transform Delta’s computing environment to run on a hybrid cloud architecture built on Red Hat OpenShift, provide services and training, and make further inroads in its big bet on cloud.
Microsoft has announced the launch of Microsoft Cloud for Retail at NRF 2021, adding to the roster of the big cloud players’ vertical-specific platforms. The announcement highlights Microsoft’s focus on and commitment to helping brands enable ‘intelligent retail.’
IBM managed operations strongly yielding an EPS beat despite another soft revenue quarter with Red Hat as its lone bright spot.