23 Jan 2015
Brussels, 23 January 2015 – IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announces that Prof. Dr. Jean-François Raskin of the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) receives the IBM Faculty Award for his research on reactive computers systems. These computer systems maintain a continuous interaction with the environment in which they execute, like e.g. controllers embedded in cars or planes, system level software, device drivers, communication protocols, etc. The award fosters collaboration between researchers at leading universities worldwide and IBM and is valued at 10.000 USD.
19 Nov 2014
Brussels, 19 November 2014 – IBM (NYSE: IBM), the Fund for Scientific Research – FNRS and the Fonds voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (FWO) award the Scientific Prizes IBM Belgium for Informatics 2014 to Dr. Guy Van Den Broeck (KU Leuven), Dr. Julie De Pril (Umons) and Dr. Benoît Frenay (UCL). These Prizes are awarded each year to the best doctoral thesis to have made an original contribution to computer sciences or its applications. The informatics part of the thesis should be in-depth as well as groundbreaking.
09 Dec 2013
IBM and Business Partner Bechtle Providing 6,100 System x And Flex Systems Servers To European Union Organizations
Armonk, N.Y. - 9 Dec 2013: IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Business Partner Bechtle AG have won a $115-million contract with the European Commission for System x and Flex Systems servers and services, the largest server contract ever awarded by the EC.
06 Dec 2013
IBM, Dexia and Several Major Financial Institutions across Europe agree to a 1.3 Billion US Dollar Sourcing Deal for IBM to Build and Manage their IT
Brussels – 6 December 2013: IBM (NYSE: IBM (US)) today announced that it has signed an agreement with Dexia (Euronext: DEXB) and several major financial institutions* in Europe to build and manage their IT infrastructure previously managed by Associated Dexia Technology Services (ADTS). As a result of this agreement, IBM takes a controlling share in ADTS establishing an IBM company, renamed as Innovative Solutions for Finance (ISFF), with signed sourcing contracts for a total value of 1.3 billion US Dollars over seven years. With this agreement, IBM will implement a cloud infrastructure to expand ISFF services into new markets and optimize the efficiency of its existing information technology management.