Posts tagged “IBM”

Updated March 13, 2007

Premium Lock Striking Gold: StrikeIron Lands $5 Million in New Financing

Dave Rizzo of NC IDEA, left, is investing again in Richard Holcomb and StrikeIron. Developer and provider of Web services lands new investor, plans to use additional funds for sales, marketing and partnering efforts.

March 9, 2007

Premium Lock UniversityTech: NCSU Launches ‘Cluster’ of PS3s

Frank Mueller For some $5,000, State’s Frank Mueller creates a small supercomputer.

Tags: IBM, Linux, NCSU
March 6, 2007

Premium Lock Microsoft Intellectual Property Exec To Keynote CED Venture Conference

CED 24th annual event is set for April 23-25 in Durham.

March 5, 2007

Premium Lock Red Hat Launches Expansion Effort in Mexico

red hat Linux software developer and services provider opens office in Mexico City, expects rapid growth.

Updated March 5, 2007

Premium Lock Score Another Victory for Little Guys: OpenNMS Tops IBM, HP

OpenNMS operating screenn In a survey of network management system users, tiny Pittsboro-based OpenNMS comes out the winners. It’s second major award for open source venture in two years.

Tags: IBM, Red Hat, Linux, UNIX, HP
February 22, 2007

Premium Lock Internet Security Systems Founder To Speak at AeA Venture Conference

aea Calpine CEO, Smith-Hoffman Capital managing partner also will speak at event on March 13-14.

February 19, 2007

Premium Lock Misys Healthcare Names Former Kodak Exec as General Manager

Roger Davenport (Misys photo) Roger Davenport, who also has worked for Siemens Medical and IBM, replaces CEO Tom Skelton. Skelton left Raleigh-based group last month.

Tags: IBM
February 15, 2007

Premium Lock Lenovo Wins New Computer Contract with UNC

Lenovo Multi-year deal is worth an estimated $4 million annually. Lenovo had assumed previous contract won by IBM.

Tags: IBM, Lenovo, UNC-CH
February 13, 2007

Premium Lock ‘Giant Leap Forward’ in Chip Power

IBM will manufacture chips containing hafnium at a plant in New York, (IBM photo) Semiconductor Research Corporation’s efforts help pave way for IBM, Intel to build faster, cheaper, cooler semiconductors utilizing rare metal known as hafnium.

Tags: IBM
February 1, 2007

Premium Lock Lenovo's 'Innovation Triangle' Includes Raleigh, CEO Tells Raleigh Audience

William Amelio during brief interview with WRAL Local Tech Wire. In speech at Emerging Issues Forum, William Amelio lauds Research Triangle for its knowledgeable workforce. However, he says Lenovo's presence can’t be taken for granted and says a well-educated workforce in future is essential.

February 1, 2007

Premium Lock Job Cuts, Increase in PC Sales Help Lenovo Beat Analysts Expectations

Lenovo profits up. However, PC shipments in U.S. market fell 4 percent. Still, Lenovo CEO sees 'tangible progress' for world’s third largest PC manufacturer. PC shipments surge 8% overall.

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