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IBM Expands Cloud Computing Appliances, Services

Article Source InformationWeek
June 15, 2009, 8:25 am

IBM is expanding its push into the fast-growing cloud computing market with new "purpose built" cloud appliances, public cloud services for business, and integration services to help companies build internal and hybrid clouds.

IBM has been expanding its cloud computing portfolio since October 2007, when it partnered with Google to offered cloud computing environments to university students and academic researchers. Over the past 20 months, Big Blue has launched 13 cloud computing centers around the world, unveiled its Blue Cloud technology for corporate data centers, made software available on Amazon Web Services, and rolled out its LotusLive collaboration applications as a service...

 

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