Tech giant IBM will sell one of its remaining divisions and disappear into the company it acquired last year — open source firm Red Hat — the veteran technology scribe Robert X. Cringely says in his annual tech predictions.
IBM and Red Hat have announced they have closed the deal under which the former acquired the open source firm for approximately US$34 billion in an acquisition announced last October.
Tech services and hardware vendor IBM has acquired open source company Red Hat for a sum of about US$34 billion, the two companies announced on Sunday, US time.
Employees of IBM have launched a petition against the statement made by the company's chief executive Ginni Rometty to US president-elect Donald Trump in which she detailed various services the company could sell to the government.
IBM has unveiled plans for a new Australian National Cyber Security Centre in Canberra to be headed by cyber security expert and former top law enforcer, Kevin Zuccato.
The biggest IT company of the 21st century has joined with the biggest of the 20th century in an unlikely alliance. Here comes IBM’s big data and analytics on iPhones and iPads.
IBM has posted further revenue declines and falling profits. Big Blue’s fortunes have been waning for years as the epicentre of the IT industry moves beneath its increasingly unsteady feet.
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