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IBM Rocks The Cloud: Purists Moan But Customers Love Big Blue’s $15.8-Billion Cloud Business

Source: IBM Rocks The Cloud: Purists Moan But Customers Love Big Blue’s $15.8-Billion Cloud Business

Infuriating uptight cloud-definition purists while delighting its forward-looking customers, 106-year-old IBM Corp. has posted $15.8 billion in trailing-12-month cloud revenue, including $7 billion from helping clients convert traditional systems into cloud environments optimized for today’s digital-business economy.

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https://www.forbes.com/sites/bobevans1/2017/10/18/ibm-rocks-the-cloud-purists-moan-but-customers-love-big-blues-15-8-billion-cloud-business/#20973d1646e3

 

 

LTO Program Outlines Generation 8 Specifications and Extends Technology Roadmap to 12th Generation

Source: LTO Program Outlines Generation 8 Specifications and Extends Technology Roadmap to 12th Generation | Business Wire

  • Generation 8 specifications outline increased capacities of up to 30TB* per cartridge
  • Newly extended technology roadmap demonstrates commitment to format, exponential increase in future capacity

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http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20171017005033/en/LTO-Program-Outlines-Generation-8-Specifications-Extends

For additional details read here:

https://www.ibm.com/storage/tape/drives

IBM talks about alphas instead of betas in storage

When IBM Corp. announced its second quarter earnings in June, the news of two straight growth quarters in the company’s storage business got some attention. With flash as a catalyst and storage hardware margins on the rise, it made sense that the company would seek to capitalize on that momentum with announcements as part of its participation in this week’s VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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IBM talks about alphas instead of betas in storage