IBM Ushers In Era Of Stream Computing

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Steve Mills, SVP of IBM Software (left), and Dr. John Kelly, SVP of IBM Research, at IBM headquarters in Armonk, N.Y., view Stream Computing technology, which captures and analyzes thousands of streams of data simultaneously and delivers it to business experts. The technology allows businesses to make smarter decisions and react to changing market conditions at breakneck speeds. The result of five years of research and over 200 patents, the new software was announced at IBM’s Investor Briefing in New York City (May 13, 2009).  


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