Monthly Archives: August 2012

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The postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent my employer’s positions, strategies or opinions. Blog entries before 2010 are in my Archived Blog.

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Daily links for 08/30/2012

IBM Brings Big Data Analytics, Cloud to US Open Tennis – IT Infrastructure – News & Reviews – eWeek.com “During the two-week event, IBM will apply its predictive analytics, cloud computing and mobile technology expertise to connect tennis fans to … Continue reading

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Where I’ve been

It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted an entry here. It’s been a very busy summer both in my personal life as well as my business one. I changed jobs within IBM effective August 1: I went from the … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/29/2012

IBM’s new Kenya research lab: A stepping stone to African expansion | ZDNet “IBM‘s decision to locate its new research centre in Nairobi, Kenya gives yet another boost to the country’s status as an investment destination for foreign technology companies. The … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/27/2012

Apple’s patent victory over Samsung: What the analysts say | ZDNet “Apple‘s patent lawsuit win over Samsung drew a mixed reaction ranging from “an important symbolic victory” to “far reaching implications” to “unlikely to meaningfully change the smartphone landscape.” A jury … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/13/2012

I.B.M. Adds an African Lab to Its Growing Global Research Network – NYTimes.com “I.B.M. is opening a research center in Nairobi, adding an African lab to its global network. The announcement about the center is to be made Monday, Kenya will be … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/08/2012

IBM’s New Blue Gene/Q Supercomputer to Help Research in Health Sciences (video) “New York State’s University of Rochester now sports the world’s fastest computer dedicated to medical research.   The IBM Blue Gene/Q clocks in at 172-teraflops (172 trillion floating point … Continue reading

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