Cloud computing

Storage for blockchain and modern distributed database processing

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Cloud object storage...

IBM Blockchain is transforming enterprise capabilities across industries, fostering new insights and decisions: from trust and transparency in our food using IBM Food Trust™, to digitization and transparency of trade using TradeLens, to transforming digital identity into trusted identity using Identity, to redefining access to money for people and businesses everywhere using World Wire. The ...read more


Tackle top business challenges with IBM Z at Think 2019

AI, Blockchain, Cloud computing...

Organizations that use IBM Z say they can rely on the platform with their most mission-critical workloads. That is why many of the world’s top financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, airlines, government agencies and healthcare organizations run their business on IBM Z. But can IBM Z help tackle today’s top-of-mind business challenges, such as ...read more


Explore the latest storage innovation at Think 2019

Cloud computing, Flash storage, Hybrid cloud storage...

From healthcare to financial services, organizations across all industries recognize the importance of leveraging data for competitive advantage. But for many organizations, managing vital data resources can present significant storage challenges. First and foremost, organizations need to accommodate rapidly rising volumes of many types of data. They also need to boost storage performance so they ...read more


IBM Systems at HIMSS19: Making precision medicine a reality

AI, Cloud computing, Flash storage...

Are you getting the insights you need from your data, or are you just getting more and more data? At the HIMSS19 conference and exhibition (Feb 11-15 in Orlando, FL), we will introduce new capabilities of the IBM high-performance data and AI (HPDA) reference architecture for healthcare to help your organization make precision medicine a ...read more


Explore the future of enterprise Linux systems at Think 2019

Banking & finance, Blockchain, Cloud computing...

Many organizations rely on Linux-based systems to support critical enterprise applications. Yet as their businesses grow, these organizations are increasingly looking for alternatives to commodity x86 servers. They need better ways to meet enterprise-grade security, reliability and scalability requirements while controlling costs and complexity. IBM LinuxONE enterprise systems offer an answer. From banks to cloud ...read more


IBM honored with 2018 CRN® Tech Innovator Award

Cloud computing, Cloud object storage, Data centers...

IBM Cloud Object Storage takes top honors in the 2018 Storage – Cloud category The books are closed for 2018, but not before IBM received the 2018 CRN Tech Innovator Award for the Storage – Cloud category. IBM Cloud Object Storage is a leader in scalable, durable and highly available capacity storage in the data ...read more


See what IBM Power Systems can do for you at Think 2019

AI, Cloud computing, Deep learning...

The latest IBM Power Systems servers based on IBM POWER9 processors have accelerated the evolution of this robust, flexible and reliable platform. Perhaps your organization has used Power Systems servers for years to support mission-critical workloads, or it is making the move to Power Systems to drive new artificial intelligence (AI) or cloud initiatives. Either ...read more


Deploy and manage cloud environments with new software bundles on IBM Power Systems

AI, Cloud computing, Power servers...

While many companies use public cloud to improve agility and cost efficiency, the reality is that not all workloads are suited for public cloud. Some mission-critical workloads that require complete control over data and security are better suited to remain on premises and behind the corporate firewall. Today’s enterprises need the best of both worlds. ...read more


The evolution of the IBM Blockchain Platform: Choice and control on IBM Z and LinuxONE

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Government...

We’re living in a multicloud world. Today, 85 percent of businesses rely on multiple clouds to meet their IT needs, with 71 percent using more than three[1]. What this means in practice for enterprise clients is that they have multiple architectures in place. This may be fine for “tried and true” workloads–like credit card processing ...read more