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IBM Ireland Lab and Innovation Exchange

IBM Ireland Lab and Innovation Exchange

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IBM announced a new IBM Digital Delivery Centre at its Technology Campus in Damastown, Dublin in November 2017. The new Centre includes IBM iX, one of the largest global digital agencies, and it supports IBM clients in Ireland as they continue to adapt to an increasingly digital world.

IBM iXis a next-generation experience design and digital consultancy. It brings together a unique combination of strategy, consulting, creative and design, analytics and systems integration capabilities to create and deliver personalisedexperiences at every touch point to drive growth and transform the way individuals engage with brands.

"IBM Digital Delivery Centre in Dublin has been created to support our clients in Ireland and to leverage existing and emerging digital technologies in order to create a better tomorrow for their customers. Our investment in people and skills is underpinned by our highly effective agile and iXcustomer focused design methodologies", said Paul Murphy, IBM Global Services Leader, Ireland.

The Centre provides clients with leading design and implementation skills across a range of digital technologies including AI, data insights, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud. IBM iXteams will apply creativity and use IBM Design Thinking to solve business problems.

At IBM iXwe use disruptive thinking, visioning workshops, and cross-industry expertise to help our clients to imagine the realm of the possible and redefine their company's role. We design the businesses that will shape the world for years to come and then we help our clients make them real.

At our Technology Campus in Dublin teams work at the intersection of strategy, creativity, and technology to help our clientsdigitally reinvent their businesses. We advise clients on how to apply digital and emerging technologies for example, improved productivity and efficiency in areas as process automation, next generation supply chain or digital operations.

The new Centre joins IBM’s globally integrated network delivering deep technical and industry expertise across a wide range of public and private sector clients in Europe and around the world.

In 2017, Gartnernamed named IBM iX a leader in the global digital marketing agency space, noting that clients give the network “top marks on collaboration, responsiveness and flexibility.” Gartner also stated that clients are pleased with how the network’s creative teams “help challenge their internal teams' approach to customer-centric marketing.”

For more details contact : Sylvia Jordan, Workforce Leader, Global Business Services, Ireland

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Summary of research
IBM Research Scientists are working on concept cloud technology with potential to reduce costs for providers and users

These changes to the infrastructure are transparent to applications, so developers can keep building applications with the tools they are familiar with and deploy them to the Cloud as usual. The ultimate advantages of this disaggregation of CPU and memory are manifold. More requests can be served with the same amount of resources and memory-centric applications are no longer limited to the memory of a single server. You can also independently upgrade processors and memory, bringing agility and full modularity to the service provider.

IBM Ireland Lab and Innovation Exchange

At IBM Ireland Lab we design, develop, test, deploy and support solutions for IBM’s global clients. Our software solutions are used for real-time collaboration, content discovery, text analytics, application security and more. Established in 2004 and located in Dublin, Cork and Galway, we are one of IBM's largest R&D labs worldwide. We work in key high-value segments of the IT industry, including cloud, AI, security, blockchain and the Internet of Things (IOT). We also develop industry specific software solutions for healthcare, banking and telecommunications.

Our lab employees hold doctorate and master degrees in science, engineering, mathematics, design, or related fields, participate in international conferences, are published in professional publications and are actively involved in teaching at Ireland's higher education institutions. Many employees have received patents and IBM awards for their business achievements and technical excellence. Working closely with design and digital media the lab also serves as a focal point for the design community in Ireland.

In keeping with our innovation ethos and work practices, IBM Ireland Lab engages in collaborative research with business partners and academia through our Innovation Exchange division. The aim of our Innovation Exchange is to engage and connect external collaborators with our lab technology experts and our IBM ecosystem. The Exchange helps collaborators to transform the design, development, and delivery of their products, services, applications and software-enabled research.

Our joint client and business partner projects include, but are not limited to, the domains of health, banking, retail, food & agriculture, citizen to government collaboration, education, tourism and cultural heritage. Leveraging IBM Ireland Lab’s broad range of skills in design, development, project management with our expertise in technology these joint partner projects provide leading solutions and services that are client focused and industry relevant.

As a result we help to create more innovative products and services with our collaborators enabling them to shape the future of their industry. We engage in both domestic and European research frameworks such as Horizon 2020 to facilitate joint innovation with our industrial and academic partners. Our clear focus on innovation is reflected in the number of patents filed and granted and also in the breadth of successfully completed programs and projects.


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For more details on IBM Ireland Innovation Exchange contact:

Fionn Lawlor, Business Development Manager.

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Robert McCarthy, Program Director.

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