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2007-06-27 VeriSilicon adds IBM PowerPC processors to offerings
VeriSilicon has struck a deal with IBM to offer PowerPC 405 and 440 microprocessors to its customers.
2012-07-03 UMC looks to catch up with competitors with IBM deal
UMC looks to drastically improve its position with 20nm low power process with FinFET development license from IBM
2005-03-11 Lenovo-IBM deal passes U.S. security committee review
The proposed acquisition of IBM's PC business by China-based PC maker Lenovo passed another hurdle Wednesday (March 9) as the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) cleared the deal.
2005-07-22 Lenovo sales up, but analyst remains wary of IBM merger
Second quarter sales at Lenovo, China's largest PC maker, should be better than expected because of strong demand from Chinese consumers, yet it's still too early to tell whether Lenovo's merger with IBM is a success story, according to Deutsche Bank Securities
2014-07-15 IBM takes to the cloud for storage scalability
The storage-as-a-service platform leverages the fully-supported storage environment running on SoftLayer, including bare metal resources and data management, designed for swift migration of data between on-site infrastructure and the cloud.
2005-10-20 IBM acquires DataPower Technology for XML acceleration
IBM Corp. has acquired DataPower Technology (Cambridge, Mass.), removing from the field one of the last independent startups in XML acceleration
2012-07-17 Analysts foresee GlobalFoundries-IBM deal
Future Horizon speculated that GlobalFoundries will purchase IBM's semiconductor division, and that Hynix/Micron will buy up the remaining memory firms
2009-10-21 Analysis: Is IBM turning over key IC tech to China
IBM Corp. has struck its second major chip deal in China, leaving questions on if the company is handing over technology to that nation without thinking about the possible consequences.
2003-01-10 AMD deal with IBM appears to end earlier alliances
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has switched partners again, announcing that it will work with IBM Microelectronics to co-develop process technology at the 65nm and 45nm nodes
2004-02-13 Xilinx in talks with IBM to revive foundry deal
Xilinx Inc. is renegotiating a foundry agreement with IBM Microelectronics in an effort to revive a plan for Big Blue to manufacture its FPGAs
2009-04-08 What's next after IBM-Sun merger talks fizzle
With its proposed acquisition of Sun Microsystems apparently shelved, executives at IBM are breathing a sigh of relief while Sun managers need to figure out how to survive the on-going consolidation of the computer industry accelerated by the steep recession
2009-06-10 Weighing in on the Intel-Wind River deal
With its acquisition of embedded software provide Wind River Systems Inc., Intel Corp. has unambiguously signaled that it is again attempting to diversify beyond X86 processors. We polled our U.S. and European editors to get their take on the deal
2005-02-02 U.S. to review IBM-Lenovo sale
The U.S. House of Representatives has thrown a potential monkey wrench into the $1.25 billion sale of IBM's Personal Computer Division to China's Lenovo Group
2005-01-27 U.S. reportedly probing IBM-Lenovo deal
An interagency oversight panel concerned about industrial espionage is reportedly investigating IBM Corp.'s proposed sale of its PC operations to China's Lenovo Group Ltd
2008-06-05 Tundra ends product acquisition, license deal with IBM
Tundra Semiconductor Corp., a leader in system interconnect, has terminated its product acquisition agreement, announced in August 2007, with IBM effective June 1
2012-04-18 Toshiba eyes IBM's POS biz
The deal that is estimated to be valued at about $870 million would expand the global reach of Toshiba's half-owned Toshiba Tec, according to reports
2008-04-30 Spansion enters memory cross-licensing deal with IBM
Spansion has entered into a seven-year patent cross-licensing agreement with IBM, including IBM's newly unveiled racetrack electronic memory solution
2012-10-25 Servergy ready to pit IBM's servers vs x86, ARM
Servergy enters an increasingly crowded field, opting to use energy efficient servers using IBM's power
2014-10-20 Report: IBM to transfer chip-making ops to GlobalFoundries
IBM is set to make a "major business announcement," which according to insiders could indicate that the company is close to dumping its microchip manufacturing unit into the lap of GlobalFoundries
2009-02-16 Ramtron to install F-RAM process tech in IBM facility
Ramtron International Corp. has entered into a foundry services agreement with IBM. The companies plan to install Ramtron's ferroelectric RAM (F-RAM) semiconductor process technology in IBM's Burlington, Vermont wafer manufacturing facility
2005-09-15 Nu Horizons inks global partnership deal with IBM
Nu Horizons Electronics Corp. has signed a global distribution agreement with IBM
2008-01-29 No truth to IBM-AMD merger rumor, says source
Widespread talk of an IBM-AMD merger, credited for giving AMD's share price an upward kick of nearly 11 percent for a few hours Wednesday last week, is nothing but speculation run amok, according to a source close to AMD
2005-07-08 Magma provides further details about IBM licensing agreement
Magma Design Automation Inc. has released further details about the physical synthesis and routing technology that it has licensed from IBM Corp
2008-01-29 Lenovo denies IBM server biz buyout
Lenovo Group clarified Jan. 25 that it did not acquire the IBM Corp.'s sever business, according to a report from Sinocast.com
2014-01-24 Lenovo buys another slice of IBM for $2.3 billion
Lenovo revealed Thursday that it will acquire IBM's x86 server hardware and related maintenance services for $2.3 billion
2015-10-13 Is the Dell-EMC merger a good deal
Dell announced a $65-billion bid to acquire storage company EMC. The deal is part of Dell's strategy to move beyond the slowing PC market, but pundits have mixed feelings about the acquisition
2014-01-27 Is IBM set to sell its remaining hardware biz
After selling its HDD business to Hitachi in April 2001 for $2.05 billion and its desktop and notebook PC business to China's Lenovo for $1.75 billion, what is Big Blue planning to let go of next?
2014-02-11 Is IBM ready to let go of its semiconductor biz
Talks about the potential sale of IBM's semiconductor business have come up time again and this time, reports identified Globalfoundries as the potential buyer
2009-06-08 Intel ventures on embedded apps with Wind River deal
While the $844 million purchase of Wind River made barely a dent on Intel Corp.'s $10.6 billion cash hoard, the implications are enormous, not just for Intel but also for its customers.
2008-09-09 India petroleum firms tap IBM's RFID tracking solution
IBM will implement RFID-based solution for Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd (HPCL), a Fortune 500 company and a downstream petroleum organization in India
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