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  • Jihwan Shin Telmo Mussenga November 10, 2010 #1 INTRODUCTION
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • 1. Brief Overview
    • 1.1 Background
    • 2. Evolution of Role
    • 2.2 1900’s
    • 2.3 2000’s
    • 3. IBM and the IT Industry
    • 3.1 Oracle
    • 3.2 Statistics
  • 4. IBM Today (focus –Area of study) 4.1 Cloud and Hosting Service 4.2 New computer Chip 5. Summary/Conclusion 6. References TABLE OF CONTENTS (cont.)
  • Brief Overview
    • International Business Machines (IBM) is an American multinational computer, technology and IT consulting corporation.
    • Headquartered in New York, United States.
    • IBM is the world's largest technology company and the second most valuable global brand.
    • IBM manufactures and sells computer hardware and software and offers infrastructure services, hosting services, and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.
    • IBM has 8 research centre world wide: Almaden, Watson and Austin Research centre in the USA-Zurich, Haifa, Beijing, Tokyo and Delhi Research centre in Europe and Asia.
  • Background
    • The company which became IBM was founded in 1896 as the Tabulating Machine by Herman Hollerith.
    • Incorporated as Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation in 1911.
    • The Canadian CTR and later South American subsidiary was named International Business Machines in 1917.
    • 1910, DEHOMAG (Deutsche Hollerith-Machine GmbH), was founded as a license holder from the Tabulating Machine Company.
    • In 1949 DEHOMAG finally took the name IBM Germany.
    • Chinese Lenovo became world-famous after acquiring IBM's ThinkPad business in 2005.
    • Samuel J. Palmisano, is the current chairman, chief executive officer, and president of IBM (smartercities Forum, Nov. 24, 2010).
  • 1900’s
    • 1911 - Officially founded (IBM).
    • 1930s - Punch cards processing equipment.
    • Mark1 – the first machine to compute long calculations automatically.
    • 1980S – First wave of connectivity – linked people within a business and between academic communities via email.
    • 1990s - Second wave of connectivity – enabled businesses and growing number of people to interact via email, web browsers and collaborative tools.
    #2 Evolution of role
  • 2000’s
    • Super computer road
    • Map.
    • Third wave of connectivity – connecting the digital and physical words and ever tighter integration into human lives.
    • IBM Blue Gene.
  • 2000’s (cont.)
    • There are four Blue Gene projects in development: Blue Gene/L, Blue Gene/C, Blue Gene/P, and Blue Gene/Q.
    • The project was awarded the National Medal of Technology and Innovation by U.S. President Barack Obama on September 18, 2009 .
    #3
  • IBM and the IT industry Oracle
    • Oracle Chief Executive Larry Ellison is investing heavily to integrate Sun technology.
    • Sun's Sparc chips able to run a database performance benchmark at a speed of 30.2 million transactions per second, 3 times as fast as a test result of IBM new product.
    #4
  • Statistics #5 Co. Name Statement MSFT IBM ORCL HP Revenues $ 62.484 billion (2010) $ 95.75 billion (2009) $ 26.82 billion (2010) $ 126.033 billion (2010) Operating income $24.098 billion (2010) US$ 17.01 billion (2009) $9.05 billion (2010) $11.479 billion (2010) Net income $18.760 billion (2010) US$ 13.42 billion (2009) $6.14 billion (2010) $8.761 billion (2010) Total assets $86.113 billion (2010) US$ 109.02 billion (2009) $60.31 billion (2010) $124.503 billion (2010) Total equity $46.175 billion (2010) US$ 22.63 billion (2009) $31.2 billion (2010) $40.449 billion (2010)
  • Cloud Hosting
    • Cloud hosting is a web hosting service delivered from a group of connected servers.
    • A cloud hosting service is usually delivered from a load-balanced cluster server platform, while the data is stored in a SAN (Storage Area Network).
    • Cloud Benefits Server Simplicity
    • Cascade combines the best hosting technologies to bring you exceptional security, scalability, and redundancy- all with dedicated server simplicity.
    IBM Today (focus – area of study) #6
  • New Computer Chip
    • Silicon Nano-photonics will dramatically increase the speed and performance between chips (CMOS).
    • The design puts a six-channel WDM onto the chip in 1.26 square millimeters and six receiver channels in 1.86 square millimeters.
    • The Tb/sec of bandwidth in the on-chip optical transceivers is a requirement.
    • Processor core will transmit into the on-chip optical routing and out of it.
    • This could transport data inside a computer significantly faster.
    • The supercomputer will be approximately one thousand times faster than the fastest machine today.
    #7 #8
  • Summary/Conclusion
    • The fate of IBM promises to be one of the great business stories of the 1990’s-has been well headed this far.
    • IBM has remained America's top company for over a decade; it has embodied the best qualities and pioneered a new technology, dominated world markets, grew rapidly, treated employees decently and was highly profitable.
    • IBM Success shows that good management could be both efficient and enlightened. Over all these years Big Blue managed to stay atop of the market, leading its industry.
  • References(Images)
    • Web. 5 Dec.2010
    • http://www-03.ibm.com/ibm/history/exhibits/logo/logo_5.html
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:IBM_System3.JPG
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:IBM_Blue_Gene_P_supercomputer.jpg
    • http://www.photonicsonline.com/article.mvc/Breakthrough-Chip-Technology-Lights-The-Path-0001?VNETCOOKIE=NO Web. 5 Dec. 2010
    • http://insidehpc.com/2010/12/02/ibm-chips-the-laser-light-fantastic/ Web. 9 Dec. 2010
    • http://searchsap.techtarget.com/definition/SAP
    • Web. 4 Dec. 2010
    • http://finance.yahoo.com/ Web. 7 Dec. 2010
    • http://www.softwaretop100.org/the-top-100-software-companies-in-the-us
    Web. 3 Dec. 2010 Web. 5 Dec.2010 Web. 5 Dec.2010
  • References
    • Software Top 100: News, Lists and Research about the World’s Largest Software Companies - The World's Largest Software Companies - Software Top 100 . Apr.-May 2010. Web. 09 Dec. 2010. <http://www.softwaretop100.org/>.
    • &quot;Cloud Hosting.&quot; Web Hosting Talk - The Largest, Most Influential Web Hosting Community on the Internet . 5 Sept. 2010. Web. 09 Dec. 2010. <http://www.webhostingtalk.com/>.
    • IBM - United States . IBM, 05 May 1999. Web. 09 Dec. 2010. <http://www.ibm.com/>.
    • Yahoo! Finance - Business Finance, Stock Market, Quotes, News . 14 Sept. 2010. Web. 09 Dec. 2010. <http://finance.yahoo.com/>.
    • &quot;20 Petaflop Sequoia Supercomputer.&quot; IBM - United States . IBM, 03 Feb. 2009. Web. 09 Dec. 2010. <http://www.ibm.com/>.
    • Estimate, By Our. &quot;When Will Computer Hardware Match the Human Brain? by Hans Moravec.&quot; Refresh Page. Summer 2008. Web. 5 Dec. 2010. <http://www.transhumanist.com/volume1/moravec.htm>.
    • Pugh, Emerson W. Building IBM: Shaping an Industry and Its Technology. Cambridge, Mass. [u.a.: MIT, 1996. Print.
    • Ling, Zhijun, and Martha Avery. The Lenovo Affair: the Growth of China's Computer Giant and Its Takeover of IBM-PC. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons (Asia), 2006. Print.
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