International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM), or IBM, is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, with headquarters in Armonk, New York, United States. IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.
LAS VEGAS – Lenovo has said very little when it comes to its $2.91 billion Motorola acquisition, even after the deal closed on Oct. 30th. Today at Synnex's VARnex Conference, Lenovo confirmed Motorola will
Companies accessing the cloud need better ways to assimilate cloud usage data and decipher bills, according to technology distributor Avnet. The value added distributor based in Tempe, Az., with its Canadian subsidiary in
The odds of success are in Lenovo’s favour in integrating IBM’s x86 server business, especially in Canada, where HP, Dell and Cisco should start looking over their shoulder, according to research firm IDC.
Apple’s fiscal 2014 fourth quarter (ending September 27) painted a rosy picture with a quarterly net profit of $8.5 billion on revenues of $42.1 billion. These results compare favourably to the previous quarter
Just days after Lenovo officially took over IBM’s x86 business unit; the hardware vendor has struck a deal with value added distributor Avnet Technology Solutions that would get it access to 40 markets
LAS VEGAS – Forbes publisher and former U.S. Presidential candidate Steve Forbes addressed the solution provider community at the Ingram One show. He dismissed the trend of “the new normal” in the economy
IBM’s Canadian channel partners will be among the beneficiaries of the vendor opening its first SoftLayer data centre in Toronto this week. Its part of Big Blue’s $1.2 billion extension of its SoftLayer
By using techniques such as real-time compression, IBM has bumped up the storage capacity of its FlashSystem array to 1.6 petabytes and bumped up application performance five times over previous versions of the
BlackBerry is barely getting its bearings back, but now Apple Inc. and IBM Corp. have forged a global alliance that will see both develop business-focused mobile apps that threaten to eat into the Canadian