IBM helping Pitney Bowes transform and embrace hybrid cloud computing

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Pitney Bowes has signed an agreement with IBM under which the latter will help the global technology firm transform and embrace hybrid cloud computing to enhance its operations and customer services. Commenting on the collaboration, Karen Bruno, Industrial Markets General Manager, IBM Global Technology Services, said, "We will bring together people, processes and solutions through an optimized managed services approach that can enable Pitney Bowes to enhance its operations and deliver new innovations to its customers." IBM will utilize its IT infrastructure knowledge, tools and transformation techniques to support Pitney Bowes global business plan and goals. The tech giant will manage core infrastructure domains including servers, storage systems, end-user computing, and networking for Pitney Bowes, while helping to keep...

IBM on track with next-level, 1,121 qubit quantum computer by 2023

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This decade could hold more than a few breakthroughs for IBM, as the company claims to remain on target with plans to release a 1,121-qubit IBM Quantum Condor processor by 2023.  To achieve the long sought after quantum qubit status, IBM is relying on a harmonious ecosystem. For Big Blue, a well-timed intersection of hardware and software efforts brings the roadmap into view. “The key thing that we focused on in the last six months is really an articulation of our roadmaps, so the roadmap around hardware, the roadmap around software, and we’ve also done quite a bit of ecosystem development,” said Jamie Thomas (pictured), general manager of strategy and development of IBM Systems. Thomas spoke with Dave Vallente, host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile livestreaming studio, during IBM Think. They discussed the quantum computer,...

Global Cognitive Computing Market Size (2021-2028) | Top Manufacturers : Cognitive Scale, IBM Corporation, Google, Palantir Technologies, Microsoft Corporation – KSU

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Cognitive Computing Market 2021 Sales Analysis, Future Prospects And Upcoming Trends: Google Inc. IBM Corporation Microsoft Corporation Palantir Saffron Technology – KSU

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(May 2021) The Cognitive Computing Market report provides high-quality and extensive research study, including key factors, which are expected to have a significant impact on Cognitive Computing during the forecast period. The report shows the value of major market segments, based on their growth rates and shares. The report also provides an analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Cognitive Computing industry. The report explains the historical and current trends affecting the growth of the Cognitive Computing market. The Cognitive Computing market report outlines several major countries distributed in various geographic regions of the world. The report focuses on identifying various market developments, dynamics, growth drivers and factors fueling market growth. In addition, the report provides comprehensive insights into numerous...

Quantum Computing Market to See Huge Growth | Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, 1QB Information Technologies – KSU

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Quantum computing is emerging as an area of ​​interest for research in quantum information science. This technology has already started to attract investment in R&D to achieve quantum supremacy. Quantum computing promises great potential in various fields including financial modeling, medical research, traffic optimization, weather forecasting, artificial intelligence, etc. It can be a revolutionary technology to fight climate change and enable companies to improve their cybersecurity strategies. “Quantum Computing Market is growing at a 30.18% CAGR during the forecast period 2021-2027. The increasing interest of the individuals in this industry is that the major reason for the expansion of this market”. Quantum Computing Market research report is the new statistical data source added by A2Z Market Research. Get the Sample PDF Copy...

IBM Debuts Qiskit Runtime for Quantum Computing; Reports Dramatic Speed-up

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In conjunction with its virtual Think event, IBM today introduced an enhanced Qiskit Runtime Software for quantum computing, which it says demonstrated 120x speedup in simulating molecules. Qiskit is IBM’s quantum software development platform; the new containerized runtime software runs in the IBM Cloud where it leverages IBM classical hardware and proximity to IBM quantum processors to accelerate performance. An IBM blog by researchers Blake Johnson and Ismael Faro said, “Last fall, we made the ambitious promise to demonstrate a 100x speedup of quantum workloads in our IBM Quantum roadmap for scaling quantum technology. Today, we’re pleased to announce that we didn’t just meet that goal; we beat it. The team demonstrated a 120x speedup in simulating molecules thanks to a host of improvements, including the ability to run quantum programs...

IBM just solved this quantum computing problem 120 times faster than previously possible

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Using a combination of tweaked algorithms, improved control systems and a new quantum service called Qiskit Runtime, IBM researchers have managed to resolve a quantum problem 120 times faster than the previous time they gave it a go. Back in 2017, Big Blue announced that, equipped with a seven-qubit quantum processor, its researchers had successfully simulated the behavior of a small molecule called lithium hydride (LiH). At the time, the operation took 45 days. Now, four years later, the IBM Quantum team has announced that the same problem was solved in only nine hours.  The simulation was run entirely on the cloud, through IBM's Qiskit platform – an open-source library of tools that lets developers around the world create quantum programs and run them on prototype quantum devices that IBM makes available over the...

IBM and MIT kickstarted the age of quantum computing in 1981

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In May 1981, at a conference center housed in a chateau-style mansion outside Boston, a few dozen physicists and computer scientists gathered for a three-day meeting. The assembled brainpower was formidable: One attendee, Caltech’s Richard Feynman, was already a Nobel laureate and would earn a widespread reputation for genius when his 1985 memoir “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!”: Adventures of a Curious Character became a bestseller. Numerous others, such as Paul Benioff, Arthur Burks, Freeman Dyson, Edward Fredkin, Rolf Landauer, John Wheeler, and Konrad Zuse, were among the most accomplished figures in their respective research areas.The conference they were attending, The Physics of Computation, was held from May 6 to 8 and cohosted by IBM and MIT’s Laboratory for Computer Science. It would come to be regarded as a seminal moment...

IBM unveils 2-nanometre chip technology for faster computing, Technology News

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For decades, each generation of computer chips got faster and more power-efficient because their most basic building blocks, called transistors, got smaller. The pace of those improvements has slowed, but International Business Machines Corp on Thursday said that silicon has at least one more generational advance in store. IBM introduced what it says is the world's first 2-nanomere chipmaking technology. The technology could be as much as 45% faster than the mainstream 7-nanometre chips in many of today's laptops and phones and up to 75% more power efficient, the company said. Also read: Scientists fuse nature with tech as 'robo-plants' surge The technology likely will take several years to come to market. Once a major manufacturer of chips, IBM now outsources its high-volume chip production to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd but...

IBM Cloud Leader Howard Boville Is Writing Cloud Computing Chapter Two: Enterprises Should Take Note

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I like to think that I have a knack for identifying companies making waves in specific technology areas. One such company is IBM with cloud technology. Yes, IBM making waves with cloud technologies. I have written several articles tracking the progress and evolution of the IBM Cloud offering. When I attach the Red Hat acquisition and the industry's transition to hybrid, the real magic could happen. I believe IBM needs to get there, get there fast, and tell everybody about it at the top of its lungs about why it’s the better cloud for certain circumstances. Recently I was fortunate to speak with IBM’s hybrid cloud leader, Howard Boville (Senior Vice President of IBM Hybrid Cloud), to hear his thoughts on the evolution of IBM Cloud, which he refers to as "cloud chapter 2". Howard Boville, Senior Vice President, IBM...